Gena the Crocodile (film) Song in Different Languages. Russian Cartoon

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Gena the Crocodile (Russian: Крокодил Гена, romanized: Krokodil Gena) is a 1969 Soviet/Russian stop-motion animated film directed by Roman Kachanov in Soyuzmultfilm studio. This film introduces the characters Gena the Crocodile, Cheburashka, and the old woman Shapoklyak. The film was based on Eduard Uspensky's stories about the characters. Its famous soundtrack was composed by Mikhail Ziv, including songs composed by Vladimir Shainsky.
This film became popular in the Soviet Union and spawned three sequels.
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