Maria, Mirabella (Maria, Mirabela, 1981) by Nataliya Bodyul and Ion Popescu-Gopo

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Maria, Mirabella
Maria, Mirabela
Мария, Мирабела
Mariya, Mirabela (ru)
Maria, Mirabela (fr)

Year 1981
Director(s) Bodyul Nataliya
Popescu-Gopo Ion
Studio(s) Moldova-Film
Language(s) Romanian
Genre(s) Folklore & myth (non-Rus./USSR)
Animation Type(s)  Drawn (cel)
Length 01:05:08
Wordiness 11.55 profile Ru, En
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A frog named Oaky gets frozen in ice, a glow-worm named Scăpirici gets his shoes on fire instead of letting them glow, and a butterfly named Omidè can't fly. Maria and Mirabela decided to take them to the forest fairy to help them, but can they make it there before midnight?

This film was a Romanian-Soviet co-production. The second video is the original Romanian version, which has good quality but is matted, while the first video is the Russian version (released a few months later), but the print is darker and the sound has a hissing sound. As for the English subtitles that can be selected, some of them translate from Romanian, others from the Russian version. All of them have room for improvement.



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