Interesting facts about the cartoon "Once Upon a Dog"
• Interesting facts about the cartoon "Once Upon a Dog"
In this cartoon so much humor and all this thanks to the main characters of the Dog and Wolf. You can watch lots and lots of times and never tired of repeating the funniest phrase: "Sho? Again? "Or" Right now sing "that cause laughter.
In 2012, the Open Festival of Animated Film in Suzdal cartoon became the first in the ranking of the 100 best Russian cartoons for 100 years, beating the famous Well, wait a minute! and Hedgehog in the Fog.
There was a cartoon dog, though created 30 years ago, is considered the best embodiment of the Ukrainian theme in the animation. Moscow animator Eduard Nazarov in a short cartoon of a wolf and a dog starring handed Ukrainian national character better than anyone else of domestic filmmakers.
With his literary prototypes cartoon Nazarov met back in the post-war childhood. Father of the future director once brought his son a little book, the title which the boy immediately found "error." "Oh, look, there's the cover letter, written in Cuzco, and not a fairy tale - he complained to his father. But parent explained that the book is written in Ukrainian, and so there is no error. As the director says, he mastered it then without difficulty: "Languages something similar."
One of those "kazok" Sirko about the dog and his friend Wolf Muscovite remembered in 30 years, when he was a young art director of the All-Union Soyuzmultfilm animation studio. Then the children's book once again hit him in the hand, but in a Russian translation.
"At first glance, the tale quite unremarkable. It is generally very brief, only a few lines, - said Nazarov. - But there was only one expression: "Right now, sing!". And somehow I was hooked it. I began to wonder what life was a wolf, what kind of a dog, when they were young ... And so slowly, gradually turned the event. "
The real gem of the material was the music, which is the author of the cartoon procured in 1980 at the Institute of Folklore and Ethnography of the Academy of Sciences. Agency staff gave Nazarov large tape reel with old songs recorded by ethnographers in the Ukrainian villages.
Wolf first had to announce Mikhail Ulyanov, however, due to permanent employment in the filming, it was not possible to invite him in "Once Upon a Dog."
Sound carts were leaving at the beginning of the cartoon Nazarov borrowed from the movie "Chapaev".
Nazarov wrote the script of the cartoon for a year.