Oak-Thrower 1952 Validub EN & RU subs Soviet animation by Dmitri Babichenko

Oak-Thrower 1952 Validub EN & RU subs Soviet animation by Dmitri Babichenko


Soyuzmultfilm studio
Moscow – 1952 VALIDUB
Scenario A Vepritskaya
Based on Czech folk tales Director Dmitri Babichenko
Art director Alexander Trussov
Camera Nikolai Vohinov Music V Smirnov, Sound N Prilutskiy
Backgrounds V Valerianova, V Rodzhero, I Svetlitsa Animators Boris Meyerovich, Boris Butakov,
Vladimir Arbekov, Victor Likhachev,
Fedor Khitruk, Roman Davydov, Gennady Filippov, Vladimir Danilevich, Michael Botov, Valentin
Lalayants, K. Nikiforov, Nadezhda Privalova
Costumes I Kesha, Cutter N Majorova “Growing up with his father and mother
Son Janek, surprised all with his strength.” Let me go on a tour around the world, and learn about people. – Well fine, go then, my son, and enrich your mind. And it might be, that your strength
will be needed somewhere too. Take care you don’t do damage to anyone, Janek. Don’t worry about that, mother. A Silvery lily of the field on a may day in bloom Who sees it – will pick it That flower sparkling in bright dew blooming in spring in girlish beauty Hello, girl! may your work go along and go well. Thank you for your kind words! Janek i am called and you? My name is Marishka.
– Mariska … This is Janek, grandfather.
– Janek … Do not be afraid, Janek. My bees are clever. The kind they welcome, the evil they chase away. Why visit us, unexpected guest? I’m traveling into the wide world, to demonstrate my strength and find happiness. But – for Mariska – I would complete any deed. Tell me, Grandpa!
– But why tell you something? live by your own mind, but remember,
there are deeds and deeds. Come back here and Mariska
will judge the fairness of your deed. Wait for me, Mariska.
I’ll be back soon. Hey, hey, hey! Who here in the forest is the strongest, the bravest? Come out to me so we can
measure our force! Hey, hey, hey! Well then, let’s wrestle, brave Janek. Oh-oh-oh, you’re strong, Janek, strong. I am the most powerful! No, Janek. You see the old oak over there?
He is the strongest. What’s with you guys?! I fought the bear. I made the old oak tree fall down! What on earth did the old oak disturb you with? Oh, Janek, Janek … Found someone to measure your force with? With a bear, with an oak …
Oh, you, Oak-Thrower! What’s wrong, buddy? Today the wind rests, so I worked instead. I am called Wind-blower Wind-blower … Let us measure our force!
Well, not in my resting time! Later, in the coming holiday. Let me give a blow … Do not disturb me! Let me! Do not bother me, I say! Let me! Do you think, that I
don’t have the strength for it!? Do you know who I am? I am Oak-Thrower! Oak-Thrower? Yes Oak-Thrower. Well fine, then give me a hand, brother.
– Heh-heh-heh, that’s it. I did not give it my best yet. easy, easy, easy, you!!! Listen, stop it! Well, brother Wind-Blower,
who of us is stronger? You see? Me! Oh boy! Again I blundered. All needs to be repaired. Well done, Janek!
Oh well done, Oak-Thrower! Oh, what am I to do to get more intelligent? A long time Janek wandered around his country,
looking for all that he could help people with …” What to do? Everywhere in spring
it’s green, but here … It looks as if it’s the fall? Hello, Grandma! Wait a minute, I will help you. It is not necessary, my dear…
Again it’s empty. The water is gone. What happened here, grandmother? Oh dear son, bad luck happened to us. Look around. A storm swept over our mountains. A formidable, unprecedented storm. Lightening flashed, thunder roared.
And it became darker and darker. Over gorges the mountains broke down, and blocked the river with tremendous boulders. Now see for yourself how the earth yearns for water. Fields are dying. Gardens and forests wither. Hey, you terrible rocks, give the people water! That should do it with the water! Thank you, son, thank you! The lilies in the field, by day,
grow fluffy from the sun. How magnificent they blossom My love returns precisely after a year. Grandfather, Janek is coming! A good thing you did, Janek, in the present case. isn’t it Mariska?
– It is, Grandpa. Hello, Janek! Hello, Mariska! THE END.
Subs by Chapaev & Eus
June 2019

4 Comments on "Oak-Thrower 1952 Validub EN & RU subs Soviet animation by Dmitri Babichenko"


  1. Hi! I'm from Brazil and I've liked this animation so much. If you want I could translate that to Portuguese. If you're interested, answer my comment. Thank you!

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  2. I love the artistry of this animation and doesn't the ending song sound familiar to anyone else?

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