In the United States compared American and Soviet Winnie the Pooh
The browser edition of The Daily Beast Natalia Winkelman compared the character of the Soviet cartoon “adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh” with its American version.
The browser edition of The Daily Beast Natalia Winkelman compared the character of the Soviet cartoon “adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh” with its American version. In her opinion, the Soviet bear more simple, weird, and funny.
She notes that the American Vinnie looks like a grown bear with a protruding belly, and the Soviet is more like a character on the children’s tales — he is a brown, rounded, and his wide open eyes.
According to the Explorer, Winnie the Pooh from Soviet cartoon good sense of humor and cunning — he pretends to be a cloud to hide from the bees, goes out to eat for free. The journalist notes that bear enters into a dialogue with the audience when he gets in a difficult situation, Vinnie draws the view on the screens, while the American version only exclaims: “That’s bad luck!”.
Natalia Winkelman writes that funny Soviet cartoon undeservedly almost unknown in the West. The journalist believes that it needs to become cult.
Winnie-the-Pooh was first published in 1926, the pages of the works of English writer Alan Milne. In 1958 with the book met Boris Zakhoder, which told the story of Milne. In 1960 — 1970-ies at the Studio “Soyuzmultfilm” under the leadership of Fedor Khitruk was created three cartoon “Winnie the Pooh”, “Winnie the Pooh goes visiting” and “Winnie the Pooh and a day of concerns”.