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Ukrainian/russian animation

Totem tribe features lot of ukrainian references, I wonder if the developer team know some animations from ukraine/russia/bielorussia or other countries around there. Me I found this channel which feature a lot https://www.dailymotion.com/user/eus347 , Mountain of gems https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCexc-emEni9lvU5jbTqLEkw/videos?view=0&sort=dd&shelf_id=0 , http://redmedusa.com/ (youtube channels are at the top right) and while it's made for kids I also like Masha and Mishka https://www.youtube.com/user/MashaMedvedTV/ . As for me, in french I can recommend Les shadoks https://www.reddit.com/r/animation/comments/4gyesy/today_is_the_48th_anniversary_of_first_tv/.
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The developers are Ukrainian so I'm guessing they know the animations you are referencing.  :-)

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Actually I'd like them to share their knowledge if they have any about this, since they seem to know well their own culture.
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You should take a look at Soviet cartoons, like Nu Pogodi (Tom and Jerry clone in Soviet scenery) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14I4BcUOgN0

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Thanks, that's what I'm looking for.

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I just discovered Pat and Mat, a czech stop-motion animation and I'm like, how could I miss something that funny for so many years, I hope I'm not missing anything else big like that.

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I just discovered Pat and Mat, a czech stop-motion animation and I'm like, how could I miss something that funny for so many years, I hope I'm not missing anything else big like that.

Aaah, that was my fav when I was a kid, it was called "Neighbours" here. It's brilliant! From the Czech ones Krtek was also nice - for younger kids.

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In this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28wWPz7LgRQ&t=288s , from 4:48 to 6:05 still makes me laugh, I even have tears, too bad comments are disabled, I think it's because back a few years ago (that is even before Ukraine was invaded), those videos had many dislikes from american people just because they were russian, to me that's quite absurd. This video is from "Mountain of gems" but is quite recent and is different than other ones, who really talk almost just about war, starvation and frost.

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In this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28wWPz7LgRQ&t=288s , from 4:48 to 6:05 still makes me laugh, I even have tears, too bad comments are disabled, I think it's because back a few years ago (that is even before Ukraine was invaded), those videos had many dislikes from american people just because they were russian, to me that's quite absurd. This video is from "Mountain of gems" but is quite recent and is different than other ones, who really talk almost just about war, starvation and frost.

That's something totally russian.

Here is some USSR era animations about Ukraine and Cossacks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvimTlDugpY

Which were one of the most favored in my childhood.

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Here is another funnny short one about Ukrainian folk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KtPMO0uOhI

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Here is couple more, not sure if you'll dig this one without language knowledge:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tnh1E4SDvwI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zfl22wfvBNY

Ukrainian stories in animations usually kinder.

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In this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28wWPz7LgRQ&t=288s , from 4:48 to 6:05 still makes me laugh, I even have tears, too bad comments are disabled, I think it's because back a few years ago (that is even before Ukraine was invaded), those videos had many dislikes from american people just because they were russian, to me that's quite absurd. This video is from "Mountain of gems" but is quite recent and is different than other ones, who really talk almost just about war, starvation and frost.

That's something totally russian.

Yeah I know, I find this part just so funny. Thanks for the links, I'm actually lacking of good stuff to watch while doing training bike (I'm too fat). The first and last one can be auto-translated with youtube so it's okay, that's how I watched mountain of gems too.

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