Bolek and Lolek travel the world (18 episodes) - 1968 - 1970

Bolek and Lolek travel the world (18 episodes) - 1968 - 1970

  • 01. W Stepach Australii - The Tarsus of Australia
  • 02. Na Tropach Bengalskiego Tygrysa - On the Trail of the Bengal Tiger
  • 03. Na Wyspach Polinezji - On the Islands of Polynesia
  • 04. Złote Miasto Inków - The Golden City of the Incas
  • 05. Wyścig Do Bieguna - The Race to the Pole
  • 06. W Puszczach Kanady - In the Forests of Canada
  • 07. Polowanie Na Goryla - Hunting the Gorilla
  • 08. Na Stokach Kilimandżaro - On the Slopes of the Kilimanjaro
  • 09. Olimpiada w Mexico - The Olympic Games in Mexico
  • 10. W Krainie 1001 Nocy - In the Land of the 1001 Nights
  • 11. W Piaskach Gobi - In the Sands of the Gobi
  • 12. Gran Premio Argentyny - The Grand Prize of Argentina
  • 13. Na Dzikim Zachodzie - In the Wild West
  • 14. Grobowiec Faraona - The Tomb of the Pharaoh
  • 15. Łowcy Bizonów - The Buffalo Hunters
  • 16. Nad Orinoko - On the Orinoco
  • 17. Na Tropach Yeti - On the Yeti's Trail
  • 18. Przemytnik - The Smuggler
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Bolek i Lolek Cartoons - Jym & Jam - Bennie and Lennie Adventures. First Season 1963 - 1964

Bolek i Lolek series is about 2 young brothers and their fun and sometimes silly adventures which often involve spending a lot of time outdoors. They first appeared in an animated film in 1964.

Most episodes do not have dialogues. Exceptions are feature-length films and the series from the 1980s, where the main characters' voices were done by: Bolek - Ewa Złotowska, Ilona Kuśmierska; Lolek - Danuta Mancewicz, Danuta Przesmycka.

Names of the 2 characters are diminutives of Bolesław and Karol. In English, the cartoon was distributed as Jym & Jam and Bennie and Lennie. Some episodes were seen as part of Nickelodeon's Pinwheel.

The series was popular in many countries and in Poland it has a cult status.

Nu, Pogodi! - Well, Just You Wait! Russian Cartoon.

USSR cartoon series Nu, Pogodi! ('Well, Just You Wait!') has often been recognized Russia's answer to the classic US cartoons from the 40s, distributed in the USSR for a limited period after WWII. First created in 1969, the Nu, Pogodi! series characterized the art of toons for generations of children not solely in Russia but in several countries in Eastern Europe.

The series was created in 16 10-minute-episodes by the studio Soyuzmultfilm between 1969 and 1986, with 4 extra episodes created in 1993 and 2005. First 18 episodes are directed by Vyacheslav Kotyonochkin, episodes 17 and 18 by Vladimir Tarasov, and the last two are directed by Aleksey Kotyonochkin.

The Best of Zagreb Film - Volume 3: Nudity Required

Nudity Required (59:16)

Some of Zagreb Film's most recognized and enduring films are not for children. These six explore imagery and the human condition with equal parts outrageousness and beauty.

Way to Your Neighbor (1:23)
(Put Susjedu)

Typical of a Nedeljko Dragic film, the punch line is set up perfectly as a man dresses for just another day at the office.

  • 1982 First Prize (in category), Chicago
  • 1982 First Prize (in category), Zagreb
  • 1982 Special Jury Diploma, Lille

The Best of Zagreb Film - Volume 2: Laugh at Your Own Risk, For Children Only

Laugh at Your Own Risk (54:04)

Beyond all the metaphors, all the symbolism, and all the awards, the animation from Zagreb Film will make you laugh. These are among the funniest.

The Tower of Babel (4:25)
(Vavilonska Kula)

A man's life flashes before him as he falls from a tower. Directed by Rastko Ciric.

  • 1988 Special Jury Award, Ottawa
  • 1988 Special Award for Music, Zagreb
  • 1989 Award for Music, Titograd (Podgorica)

Exciting Love Story (5:37)
(Uzbudljiva Ljubavna Prica)

Directed by one of the great masters of the Zagreb School, Borivoj Dovnikovic, or "Bordo." This is his classic cartoon of a man in search of his sweetheart, Gloria.

  • 1989 Gold Medal, Belgrade
  • 1989 Jury Award, Zagreb
  • 1989 Youth Jury Award, Bourg-En-Bresse
  • 1989 Best Animation Award, Titograd(Podgorica)
  • 1990 Best Script for Short Film, Treviso

The Devil's Work (9:05)
(Djavolja Posla)

This was the debut film of Zlatko Grgic, a Zagreb legend, in 1965 at the age of 20. It demonstrates his comedic talents at their best, as a well-meaning fellow learns to appreciate the benefits of "devilish" behavior.

  • 1966 Special Diploma, Bergamo

Of Holes and Corks (8:50)
(O Rupama I Cepovima)

Ante Zaninovic's story of a man's persistent battle with the forces of nature.

  • 1968 First Prize, Locarno

Learning to Walk (8:06)
(Skola Hodanja)

Borivoj (Bordo) Dovnikovic''s story of a man whose four countrymen each try to teach him their own style of walking. But he already knows how to walk.

  • 1982 First Prize (in category), San Antonio
  • 1978 Diploma, Chicago
  • 1978 Second Prize, Zagreb
  • 1979 Gold Medal, Belgrade
  • 1979 Diploma, Sydney
  • 1979 Jury Award, Oberhausen

Home is the Best (8:05)
(Kod Kuce Je Najbolje)

Josko Marusic's comical muse about a cat who takes over a man's household.

  • 1988 Gold Medal for Best Animated Film, Belgrade
  • 1988 Gold Medal for Direction, Belgrade
  • 1989 Jury Award for Most Amusing Film, Varna

Largo (4:04)

Being stranded on a desert island is anything but tedious for this strange shipwrecked soul.

MaxiCat in Tennis (:58)

MaxiCat in Rope (:55)

MaxiCat in Door (1:00)

For more than a quarter of a century Zlatko Grigic's whimsical cat has been entertaining children and adults alike. Here are two darkly comic gems.

The Best of Zagreb Film - Volume 1: Be Careful What You Wish For

Fifteen stories of irony, double cross, and mystery. Some are hilarious, some poignant, all memorable.

Big Time (6:18)
(Veliki Provod)

A piggy-bank runs away from a boy who was just about to smash it. The pursuit of the pig by a gallery of oddball characters makes this a Zagreb Film favorite.

  • Special Diploma, London

The Best of Zagreb Film - Volume 1: The Classic Collection

Starting with Ersatz, the first film from outside the United States to win an Academy Award for best animated film, these seven cartoons are ambassadors of the most unique offerings from the legendary Zagreb Film studio.

Gusztav (Gustavus) magyar rajzfilm cartoon


SCRIPT: L. Gyorgy, A. Kristof, Istvan Kovacs, Marcell Jankovics, Jozsef Nepp, Bela
Ternovszky and Gy. Varnai

DESIGN: Edit Baksa, Tibor Hernaldi, Ivan Jenkovszky, Miklos Kaim, Istvan Kovacs,
Istvan Majoros, Ferenc Rofusz, Ildiko Sz. Szilagyi, Csaba Szorady, Sarolta Toth, Laszlo
Ujvary, Janos Uzsak and Maria Zsilli

MUSIC: Tamas Deak and Zsolt Petho

DIRECTION: Istvan Kovacs, Marcell Jankovics, Jozsef Nepp and Bela Ternovszky