2023 Author: Leah Sherlock | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-08-25 09:26
We all loved watching cartoons as children. In the USSR, they were produced every year in large quantities. Cartoons taught us to do good, to help people in trouble, and to appreciate true friendship. Kids today love them too. They have a huge selection: from funny puppies from "Paw Patrol" to funny Peppa pig and Fixies. But the most popular were and remain Soviet cartoons (the best by rating will be presented in the article). We invite you to remember the most popular.
Top best Soviet cartoons (rating) according to viewers
Cartoons released in the Soviet era differ from modern ones in warmth, they carry an instructive meaning. There is no negativity in them, and after viewing only positive emotions remain. Many adults do not like modern cartoons, but they watch Soviet ones with children with great pleasure. This is a great option for a family weekend. So that you do not spend a lot of time searchingsuitable option, we have compiled a rating of Soviet cartoons. We advise you to definitely watch them:
- In the first place in the ranking of the cartoon "Winnie the Pooh and all, all, all". The cartoon was released on Soviet screens at the end of 1969. The children really liked the funny teddy bear who always gets into funny situations.
- "The Adventures of Leopold the Cat" in second place. Teaches children to be kind and treat well even their enemies. You need to give others your smile and warmth, then life will become better.
- "Three from Prostokvashino" - third place. You can watch the adventures of the boy Uncle Fyodor and his faithful friends (the dog Sharik and the cat Matroskin) all day long. It has a lot of funny jokes, as well as good and kind songs. The first episode of the cartoon was shown on TV in 1978
- "Baby and Carlson". The most important lesson that the cartoon contains is that difficulties and troubles should not unbalance. After all, everything can be solved if there are friends nearby who will come to the rescue.
- "Hedgehog in the Fog" - fifth place. The favorite pastime of two friends (Hedgehog and Bear cub) was to visit each other and drink tea. While drinking tea, they discussed philosophical topics and looked at the beautiful starry sky.
- "The Snow Queen". The story of a brave little girl Gerda, who went to save her brother Kai. The boy was captured by the Snow Queen and is at the North Pole in her ice palace. Many trials await Gerda, but she will be able to overcome all obstacles in order to savebrother.
Now more about these and some other cartoons.
The Adventures of Leopold the Cat
The idea of a cartoon that would teach children about kindness and friendship came from two directors Arkady Khait and Anatoly Reznikov. Initially, the management of the Soyuz studio did not approve of the plot. The cartoon was banned from showing, but the directors did not give up. Their perseverance was rewarded. In the early 80s, "The Adventures of Leopold the Cat" began to be shown on the main channel of the country.
The main characters of the cartoon are the mischievous pranksters mice and the cat Leopold. The mice in each episode try to piss off the cat by doing various dirty tricks to him. At the end of the episode, they realize they were wrong and tearfully apologize. A kind cat always forgives them, because it is very bad to keep all grievances in the heart. Leopold is a real intellectual who is used to solving problems peacefully. He is a big fashionista. Always clean and neatly dressed. His large, purple bow around his neck is especially eye-catching.
"The Bremen Town Musicians" is one of the best cartoons of the Soviet years
The troubadour and his faithful companions (Dog, Cat, Donkey and Rooster) make a living with their songs. They arrive at the king's castle and start a merry performance. The king and princess are watching them from the balcony. Seeing the girl, Troubadour falls in love with her without memory. He tries to perform his best to win her heart. But the king doesn't like numbers oractors. He drives the speakers away from the castle. A young man in love does not want to live without a beautiful girl, and a plan is born in his head how to win over the king and get into the castle.
In the list of the best Soviet cartoons "The Bremen Town Musicians" always occupies a worthy place. The audience liked it so much that a sequel was released. The second part came out in 1973 and the third in 2000.
Crocodile Gena and Cheburashka
Many generations of children have fallen in love with the green crocodile Gena in a bright jacket and green cap and his best friend, little Cheburashka. Even negative characters (the old woman Shapoklyak and her harmful rat Lariska) evoke a smile and sympathy. The cartoon was directed by Roman Kachanov and released by the Soyuzmultfilm studio in 1969
Cheburashka lives in a telephone booth. He is terribly bored, because he has no friends at all. Somehow, walking through the streets, he notices a bright announcement. It says that the crocodile Gena is looking for friends and invites everyone to come to visit him. Guests are waiting for an exciting game of checkers and chess, as well as delicious tea and a pleasant company. "Crocodile Gena and Cheburashka" is one of the best Soviet cartoons in the ranking.
Well, wait a minute
The most popular cartoon among Soviet children. In the early 2000s, there was even a mobile phone game where you could control either a wolf or a hare. "Well, wait a minute" always gets into the rating of Soviet cartoons.
The plot is based on the constant pursuit of the restless Wolf after the Hare. Each episode tells about the unsuccessful attempts of Gray. At the end, he always shouts: "Well, Hare, wait a minute!". The cartoon is incredibly funny. A lot of pleasant emotions while watching it are provided to you.
Baby and Carlson
Swedish storyteller Astrid Lindgren gave the whole world a fairy tale about Carlson, who lives on the roof. And Soviet directors shot a wonderful cartoon about the adventures of "men in the prime of life."
An ordinary family lives in the city of Stockholm. The younger child is left to himself, because the older brothers and sisters do not play with him at all. The kid is very bored, he dreams that a friend will appear in his life. And one day a red-haired Carlson appears in the room. He loves to play pranks, he can eat jam in jars and eat sweet cakes.
Soviet children watched such wonderful cartoons.
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