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Soyuzmultfilm
film studio
puppet film division
Fox and Hare
A Russian folk tale
recorded by Vladimir Dal
Director
Yuriy Norshteyn
Art director
Francheska Yarbusova
Camera
Teodor Bunimovich
Composer
Mikhail Meyerovich
Sound operator
Boris Filchikov
Animator
Yuriy Norshteyn
Script editor
Natalya Abramova
Montage
Nadezhda Treshchyova
Production manager
Natan Bitman
English translation by
Niffiwan
Narrator
Viktor Khokhryakov
There once lived
a fox and a hare.
Fox had a home made of ice,
and Hare had a home made of wood.
Fox looked through her icy
window and chuckled at Hare:
Look at what a hut that pauper made!
It is nothing next to mine: clean,
bright, a real crystal palace!
Spring came, and Fox's palace melted.
So she decided to occupy Hare's home.
Hare, crying, wandered
where his feet would take him.
He met Grey Wolf.
Hello, Hare!
Hello, Grey.
Why are you crying,
why are you grieving?
How can I not grieve or cry?
I had a house of wood,
and Fox had a house of ice.
Her house melted, so she took over mine.
And she won't let me in.
Hold on, said Wolf, we'll evict her!
Doubtful, Grey. She's
settled in really well.
"I am no Wolf, if I cannot evict Fox!"
growled Wolf.
Hey, Fox, get out of your stolen home!
But Fox told him:
When I get down from my warm bed,
leap out, jump out and thrash you,
only tufts of fur will be
left to fly in the wind!
"How mad she is!" growled Wolf,
took fright, and ran into the forest.
And Hare was left to cry in a field.
Bear walked by, and said:
Hello, Hare!
Hello, Bear.
Why are you grieving,
why are you crying?
How can I not grieve? How can I not cry?
I had a house of wood, and
Fox had a house of ice.
Her house melted, so
she took over mine,
and she won't let me
into my own home.
Let us evict her!
No, Bear, we're unlikely to evict her.
Wolf tried and failed, and
you won't evict her either.
"I am no Bear", roared Bear,
"if I cannot evict Fox!"
Hey, Fox, get out of your stolen house!
Hey, Fox, get out of your stolen house.
But Fox told him:
When get down from my
warm bed, leap out, jump out
and start thrashing you, Bear,
only tufts of fur will be
left to fly in the wind!
How fierce she is!
roared Bear, and ran
away like a coward.
And Hare was left to cry in a field.
Hello Hare, why are you crying?
Fox has occupied my home.
Let's evict her.
No, Bull, you won't evict her.
Wolf tried and failed,
Bear tried and failed,
and you will also fail, Bull.
I am no Bull, if I cannot evict Fox.
Rooster walked by.
He saw Hare, and said:
Hello, Hare!
Hello, Rooster.
How's life? What are you
grieving and crying about?
How can I not grieve and cry when
I am evicted from my own home?
I had a house of wood,
and Fox had a house of ice.
Fox's house melted,
so she took over mine.
And she... won't let me
into my own home.
Let's evict her.
You're unlikely to evict her, Rooster.
She's settled in really well.
Wolf tried and failed!
Bear tried and failed!
Bull tried and failed!
What chance do you have?
"We'll try," said Rooster.
They went together to evict Fox.
Rooster began to sing:
This Rooster's coming over
with a sabre over his shoulder
He'll cut up Fox like that,
and make himself a hat.
Come out, Fox, for your own good!
From that time on,
Rooster and Hare
began to live together.
The EndSoyuzmultfilm Studio
Fox and Hare
A russian folk tale
recorded by Vladimir Dal
Director
Yuriy Norshteyn
Art Director
Francheska Yarbusova
Camera
Teodor Bunimovich
Composer
Mikhail Meyerovich
Sound Operator
Boris Filchikov
Animator
Yuriy Norshteyn
Script Editor
Natalya Abramova
Montage
Nadezhda Treshchyova
Executive producer
Natan Bitman
Narrator
Viktor Khokhryakov
There once lived
a fox and a hare.
Fox had a home made of ice,
and Hare had a home made of wood.
Fox looked through
her icy window
and chuckled at Hare:
Look at what a hut that pauper made!
It's nothing next to mine:
clean,

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