WriterWilhelm Hauff (stories) Release dateMarch 20, 2003 (Russia) ScreenplayWilhelm Hauff, Aleksandr Boyarskiy CastAlbert Asadullin (Jacob, the Dwarf), Yelena Shulman (Jacob, the Boy), Yevgeniya Igumnova (Princess / The Goose), Natalya Danilova (The Witch), Igor Shibanov (Urban), Ivan Krasko (The King) Similar moviesHappily N'Ever After, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Maleficent, Frozen
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Little Longnose (Russian: Ка́рлик Нос, Karlik Nos) is a Russian traditionally animated feature film directed by Ilya Maksimov, made by Melnitsa Animation Studio. It opened in Russia on March 20, 2003, and had 375,000 admissions during its theatrical run. A computer game based on the film was produced by Melnitsa, K-D Labs, and 1C.
Sergey Selyanov produced Little Longnose and Alyosha Popovich i Tugarin Zmey. Sergey Selyanov produced Little Longnose and Dobrynya Nikitich and Zmey Gorynych. How Not to Rescue a Princess (2010). Prince Vladimir (2006). Viktor Sukhorukov and Elena Shulman appear in Little Longnose and Ivan Tsarevich & the Grey Wolf.
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The film is a loose adaptation of the fairy tale "Der Zwerg Nase" (German for "The Dwarf [called] Nose") written by Wilhelm Hauff.
Jacob, the son of a shoemaker, refuses to do a favour for an evil witch. In retaliation, she takes away seven years of his life and turns him into an ugly dwarf. At the same time the King's daughter Princess Greta is turned into a goose by the same witch after she discovers her in her father's library stealing a spell which will help her rule the kingdom. Jacob and Greta meet and plan to overthrow the witch and get back to their families and true forms.