The Millionaire

Vitold Bordzilovsky (1963)

The Millionaire by Vitold Bordzilovsky is one of the examples of the new approach of the early 1960s. This cell animated film is executed in the sharp contrast with the Disney-like Soviet animation of the 1940-1950s. While the Stalinist aesthetics was replaced with more Western-like, Soviet art continued to be highly ideological.

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  1. I love the animation of this…but the propaganda is certainly there. Harpo Marx visited Russia in the 30s and he said it was pretty much grey…everything was dim and soul less.

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