Famous Soviet children cartoon characters – glass ornaments

Famous Soviet children cartoon characters – glass ornaments

Winnie the Pooh

“Winnie the Pooh” or “Pooh Bear” is a serial of a few children stories written by A. Milne in 1924.
In the Soviet Union, “Winnie the Pooh” transcribed in Russian as “Vinni Pukh” and became very popular among Soviet children as a cartoon personage.

Winnie the Pooh. 85mm. (1970-80s)
1. Winnie the Pooh. 85mm. (1970-80s)
Winnie the Pooh. 85mm. (1970-80s)
2. Winnie the Pooh. 85mm. (1970-80s)
Winnie the Pooh. 85mm. (1970-80s)
3. Winnie the Pooh. 85mm. (1970-80s)

Cheburashka & Gena the Crocodile

Cheburashka is a funny animal cartoon character owning large ears and the kindest soul. 

His is an unknown creature to science.

Cheburashka came to Soviet Moscow from the jungle and made many friends but his best friend was the intelligent crocodile Gena.

Cheburashka and Gena the crocodile became popular characters in Soviet – Russian jokes.

Cheburashka. 125mm. (1980s)

4. Cheburashka. 125mm. (1980s)

Gena the Crocodile. 100mm. (1970-80s)

5. Gena the Crocodile. 100mm. (1970-80s)

Gena the Crocodile. 90mm. (1970-80s)

6. Gena the Crocodile. 90mm. (1970-80s)

Gena the Crocodile. 90mm. (1970-80s)

7. Gena the Crocodile. 90mm. (1970-80s)

Boniface the Circus Lion

The lion Boniface is a cartoon character of Soviet animated films for children; “vacation Boniface” and “Boniface and his nephews”.

Boniface the Circus Lion.  90mm. (1970-80s)

8. Boniface the Circus Lion.  90mm. (1970-80s)

Boniface the Circus Lion.  90mm. (1970-80s)

9. Boniface the Circus Lion.  90mm. (1970-80s)

Roar-Mew the Lion Cub

Lion cub called Roar-Mew is a Soviet cartoon children personage. 90mm. (1970-80s)

10. Lion cub called Roar-Mew is a Soviet cartoon children personage. 90mm. (1970-80s)

Lion cub called Roar-Mew is a Soviet cartoon children personage. 90mm. (1970-80s)

11. Lion cub called Roar-Mew is a Soviet cartoon children personage. 90mm. (1970-80s)

Lion cub called Roar-Mew is a Soviet cartoon children personage. 90mm. (1970-80s)

12. Lion cub called Roar-Mew is a Soviet cartoon children personage. 90mm. (1970-80s)

Moydodyr

“Moydodyr” is a Soviet children poem by K. Chukovsky 1923.

“Moydodyr” may be translated as “Clean ’til Holes”. 

Briefly, the Crocodile swallowed the sponge and then became angry with the boy for being so dirty.

Being afraid of the Crocodile, the boy goes back home to Moydodyr and took a bath.

Crocodile.  90mm. (1950s).

13. Crocodile.  90mm. (1950s).

Murzilka

Murzilka is a Soviet cartoon yellow funny personage who typically wears a red beret with a scarf and has a photo-camera over his shoulder.

This character was created for a popular Russian children magazine “Murzilka” in 1937.

Murzilka . 90mm. (1960s)

14. Murzilka . 90mm. (1960s)