There once lived a dog

Soviet Union, 1982

Film
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A delightful Ukrainian folk tale about a pet dog who becomes a nuisance and is dumped in the local woods. The dog, with the help of a wolf, plans a way to be reaccepted by his owners.

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Credits

director

E. Nazarov

production company

Soviet Film Studios Moscow

Duration

00:10:33:00

Production places
Soviet Union
Production dates
1982

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