The Snow queen

Russia (Federation), 1992

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Episode of Series “Stories to remember”.
Sigourney Weaver narrates Andersen’s moving story of a young girl’s quest for her young friend who has been captured by the beautiful but heartless Snow Queen and taken to her icy palace far from humankind. Along the way she makes new friends who help her in her search. Based on Susan Jeffers’ illustrations for the picture book adaptation by Amy Ehrlich.

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co-director

Mark Buchwald

Vladlen Barbe

co-producer

Igor Kostigin

Joshua M. Greene

production company

Klassika Studio Moscow

Lightyear Entertainment

Duration

00:30:00:00

Production places
Russia (Federation)
Production dates
1992

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Stories to remember

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