Uncle Styopa the Policeman (Дядя Стёпа — милиционер, 1964) by Ivan Aksenchuk

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Uncle Styopa the Policeman
Uncle Stiopa the Militiaman
Uncle Styopa, Militia Man
Uncle Styopa, Policeman
Дядя Стёпа — милиционер
Dyadya Styopa - militsioner (ru)
Onu Stjopa, militsionäär (et)

Year 1964
Director(s) Aksenchuk Ivan
Studio(s) Soyuzmultfilm
Language(s) Russian
Genre(s) Domestic life
Literature (Rus./East Slavic)
Animation Type(s)  Drawn (cel)
Length 00:18:38
Wordiness 10.43
Animator.ru profile Ru, En
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The story of a very tall and honorable Moscow policeman. Based on the poem by Sergey Mihalkov.

The poem was first published in 1935, and can be read here. This was the second animated adaptation; an earlier 1939 cartoon was also made.

From 1917 to 2011, the civilian police force in Russia was known as the militia (militsiya). It was funded locally rather than centrally, and the oath of the militiaman ended with the words "Служа Закону - служу народу!" ("In serving the Law, I serve the people!"), while the oath of the Russian policeman since Nov 30 2011 ends with the words "Служу России, служу Закону" ("I serve Russia, I serve the Law"). However, its everyday functions were generally the same.

 

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