Oh, My! Oh, Wow! Would You Look at That! (Uhti, uhti, uhkesti..., 1969) by Heino Pars

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Oh, My! Oh, Wow! Would You Look at That!
Uhti, uhti, uhkesti...
Uhti, uhti, uhkesti... (et)
Эх,ты! Ух,ты! Ишь,ты! (ru)

Year 1969
Director(s) Pars Heino
Studio(s) Tallinnfilm
Language(s) Estonian
Genre(s) Comedy
Domestic life
Folklore & myth (Rus./East Slavic)
Animation Type(s)  Cutout
Length 00:08:54
Wordiness 5.68
Animator.ru profile Ru, En
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Consists of two short stories: "Centipede" / Sadajalgne and "Bast Shoe, Bubble and Straw" / Kukk, mull ja õled.

The folk tale "Bast Shoe, Bubble and Straw" was first recorded in Perm oblast by A.N. Afanasyev in the mid-19th century. It is one of the shortest Russian folk tales:

Once upon a time there lived a bubble, straw and a bast shoe; they went into the forest to cut wood, but once they reached the river, they did not know how to cross it. The bast shoe said to the bubble:

- Bubble, let's swim across on you!

- No, bast shoe, it will be better if the straw stretches from shore to shore, and we walk over on her.

The straw stretched across the river, the bast shoe walked upon her, and the straw broke. The bast shoe fell into the water, and the bubble laughed, laughed, and burst!



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