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Plasticine Crow to Commemorate a Great Animator
26.10.2007 22:54
Plasticine Crow to Commemorate a Great Animator

To commemorate the famous animator Alexander Tatarsky who passed away this summer, a monument to Plasticine Crow, a character of one of his most outstanding animated cartoon films, has been set up in Saint Petersburg.
      At first the monument will be changing: just like in the cartoon, a crow made of plasticine will be sitting on top of an antic column and holding a piece of cheese in its mouth. According to the concept of the projects authors, illustrious figures of culture and animation will leave their finger-prints on the plasticine monument.
      The unveiling of the temporary monument has taken place today in the childrens cinema centre Rodina. The permanent Plasticine Crow is planned to be set up in one year.


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