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ⓘ White Bim Black Ear




White Bim Black Ear
                                     

ⓘ White Bim Black Ear

White Bim Black Ear is a 1977 Soviet drama film directed by Stanislav Rostotsky. It is based upon the book of the same name, written by Gavriil Troyepolsky and is about an English Setter with a black ear who becomes homeless because of his masters illness. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 51st Academy Awards.

                                     

1. Plot

Ivan Ivanovich, an older man who is fond of reading and nature, buys a puppy despite the dogs improper coloration and black ear, which are considered faults in terms of its breed standard. The man names his dog Bim diminutive form: Bimka, and often takes him in the country to enable the dog to track birds, as his nature.

Ivan Ivanovich begins to develop heart problems, and when the disease becomes worse, is taken to a hospital. His dog cannot bear waiting for the only person that ever cared for him, and sets out to find his master. Thus begins the story of a stray dog and his adventures and encounters with many people, both kind and cruel. Ultimately, he is unable to find a permanent home. His owner returns home only to discover that Bim has been tricked by a neighbor and died.

                                     

2. Cast

  • Vasya Vorobev as Tolik the boy who picked up the dog
  • Anya Rybnikova as Lyusya a girl
  • Andrey Martynov as driver
  • Yuri Grigorev as police officer
  • Two English setters as Bim
  • Irina Shevchuk as Dasha
  • Vyacheslav Tikhonov as Ivan Ivanovich Master
  • Valentina Vladimirova as Sneaky Woman
                                     
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  • Tara Strong A rectangular creature with short legs and armless hands. Bim - Bom Liebowitz voiced by H. Michael Croner when speaking, Roger Craig Smith
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  • Editions BIM Poeme for viola and string orchestra, Op. 84 1993 1994 Editions BIM Solissimo II for viola solo, Op. 102 2005 Editions BIM Franz Zebinger

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