Russian Video: Mary Poppins, Goodbye! (Movie)

Russian Video: Mary Poppins, Goodbye! (Movie)Hello,

There are some Russian/Soviet movies for kids what I missed in my childhood. Really, they were made after my childhood. But I often hear that they are very good movies. And a musical movie “Mary Poppins, Goodbye!” (1983) is one of such.

How you can guess this movie is based on a Pamela L. Travers stories. And her stories were my favorite by far in my childhood. The movie has two parts: “Lady Perfection” “Week ends on Wednesday” and we will watch both of them with English subtitles this weekend!

Lady Perfection

Week ends on Wednesday

So we just watched one more beautiful Russian movie base on stories of English writers. Do you remember that we already published all Russian Sherlock Holmes series with English subtitles: Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson on Russian Video from Russia!

And now about movie of this weekend: Mary Poppins, Goodbye!
Directed by Leonid Kvinikhidze
Screenplay by Vladimir Valutsky.
Lyrics by Naum Olev.
Original music score by Maksim Dunayevsky,
Conductor – Sergei Skripka (State Symphony Orchestra of Cinematography).
Cinematography producer – Valentin Piganov.
Stage producer – Viktor Petrov.

Natalya Andrejchenko as Mary Poppins (voiced by Tatyana Voronina)
Albert Filozov as Mr. Banks
Lembit Ulfsak as Mr. A (Robertson), poet and composer (voiced by Pavel Smeyan)
Oleg Tabakov as Miss Andrew
Larisa Udovichenko as Mrs. Banks
Filipp Rukavishnikov as Boy (Michael)
Anna Plisetskaya as Girl (Jane)
Irina Skobtseva as Ms. Lark, dog owner
Zinovi Gerdt as Admiral Boom
Marina Nudga as Ma’am Corrie
Gali Abajdulov as Sir Ljudovik
Semyon Sokolovsky as elderly gentleman
Igor Yasulovich as Park cleaner
Pavel Babakov as Butcher
Leonid Kanevskiy as Bob Goodetty
Yuri Moroz as Mailman
Ilya Rutberg as Official
Eduard Levin as Policeman
V. Karklinsh as Marble boy

© MOSFILM, 1983.

Russian Video from Russia
Svet and Kyle

comments always welcome.

One thought on “Russian Video: Mary Poppins, Goodbye! (Movie)

  1. Tassia Pellegrini

    Hi! I’m a 21yearsold girl from Brazil (with an italian background on family), but I love russian culture, and I remember the song “nepogoda” from this series, and I want to thank you for publishing this on Internet. Thank you a lot! Spasiba!


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