Verblyud (The Camel) (1992) Theatrical Cartoon

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English Title: The Camel

Verblyud (The Camel) (1992) Theatrical Cartoon

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  • Theatrical FilmTheatrical
  • Second Frog Animation Group, Cinema Technologies Group
  • Directed By Rinat Gazizov.
  • Produced By Alexander Tatarsky, Anatoly Prokhorov, L. Bubnenkov.
  • Animated By U. Muravjova, Kirill Kravchenko, Denis Kuzmin, V. Muravjova, Alexander Ilyash, Sergei Antonov, A. Gridnev, P. Lebedenko, P. Storozhenko.
  • Awards: Special Prize, Crock '93 International Festival of Animation Films, Prize in the Category of Animation Films, Nika, 1994.
  • Music: Michael Chekalin.
  • Editor: Ludmila Kopteva.
  • Originally Released in 1992 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 1 minute.
  • Color
  • Russia  Russia

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English Title:

"The Camel."

Alternate Series Title: "Charles Darwin. The Origin of Species."

A parody of Charles Darwin's book "The Origin of the Species."

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