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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for priklyucheniya

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The Adventures of the Elektronic The Adventures of Elektronik (, translit. Priklyucheniya Elektronika) is a 1979 Soviet adventure TV miniseries directed by Konstantin Bromberg.
Georgi Gitis In 2008-2009 he has worked at Paradise Studio as the director of the animated feature film "Priklyuchenya Alenushki i Eremi" (which became the first Russian 3D animation film in wide release) and its sequel "Novye priklyucheniya Alenushki i Eremy". His "Novye priklyucheniya Alenushki i Eremy" won the Best Animation Award at the Kinotavrik-2010.
Bell of Chersonesos The bell of Chersonesos was featured in the Soviet Russian film for children Priklyucheniya Buratino (The Adventures of Buratino) in 1975.
The Suicide Club (short story collection) 1979: A Soviet adaptation entitled "Priklyucheniya printsa Florizelya" starring Oleg Dal as Prince Florizel and Donatas Banionis as Chairman of the Club.
The Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin The Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin (, "Zhizn i neobïchaynïe priklyucheniya soldata Ivana Chonkina") is a 1969–2007 novel by Soviet dissident writer Vladimir Voinovich. Voinovich wrote two sequels to the novel Pretender to the Throne: The Further Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin (, "Pretendent na prestol: Novye priklyucheniya soldata Ivana Chonkina"), 1979, and A Displaced Person (, "Peremyeshyonnoye litso"), 2007; together, the trilogy constitutes Voinovich's "magnum opus".
The Adventures of Lolo the Penguin The Japanese title of the film is and in Russian, it is "" ("Priklyucheniya pingvinyonka Lolo"), both literally translate as "The Adventures of Small Penguin Lolo". Apart from language, the Russian and Japanese versions are identical.
The Adventures of Buratino (1959 film) The Adventures of Buratino (; tr.:"Priklyucheniya Buratino") is a 1959 Soviet traditionally animated feature film directed by the "patriarch of Russian animation", Ivan Ivanov-Vano, along with Dmitriy Babichenko and Mikhail Botov. It was produced at the Soyuzmultfilm studio in Moscow and is based on Tolstoy's "The Golden Key, or Adventures of Buratino.
Leonid Kuravlyov In the early 1970s, Leonid Kuravlyov would star in three to four films a year. He managed to play completely opposite characters like Robinson Crusoe in Stanislav Govorukhin's "Zhizn i udivitelniye priklyucheniya Robinzona Kruzo" ("Life and Amazing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe", 1972), Nazi officer Kurt Eismann in "Seventeen Moments of Spring" (1973), and Lavr Mironovich in Pyotr Todorovsky's "Poslednyaya zhertva" ("The Last Victim", 1975).
Adventures of Captain Wrongel Adventures of Captain Vrungel (, translit. "Pryhody kapitana Vrungelya"; , translit. "Priklyucheniya kapitana Vrungelya") is a 1981 Soviet musical adventure animation film by David Cherkassky, Kievnauchfilm, loosely based on the novel with the same name by Andrey Nekrasov. Cartoon production was divided into 13 episodes - 1-3 filmed in 1976, 4-6 in 1977, 7-9 in 1978, 10-13 in 1979.
Unbelievable Adventures of Italians in Russia Unbelievable Adventures of Italians in Russia (, translit. "Neveroyatnye Priklyucheniya Italyantsev v Rossii", ) is a 1974 joint Soviet-Italian film directed by Franco Prosperi and Eldar Ryazanov. The film tells a story about a group of Italian treasure hunters who set on a journey to find long-forgotten treasure in Leningrad, Russia.