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* ''Animation/{{Clinic}}''

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** ''WesternAnimation/DreamDoll'' (1979)(co-production with the United Kingdom)


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* ''Animation/{{Vykrutasy}}''


Eastern European Animation refers to AnimatedShows from Eastern Europe, to include Russian and the now defunct Soviet Union, as well as most other ex-socialist European countries. Actually, classifying these as "shows" is very inaccurate; some of them are features, some are actual shows; most of them are isolated shorts. In fact, there were no animated shows in Soviet Union; those that look like ones are series of loosely connected shorts, with long (sometimes over 10 years) intervals between "releases". Overall, network and medium seem to matter much less in Eastern European culture, at least to average viewer--in part because there was only one thing to watch for so many years--so not making distinction between features, shorts and series on this page is justified. However, the post-Fall era animation is more westernized in formal aspects, with a proper division into features, shows and shorts.

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Eastern European Animation refers to AnimatedShows from Eastern Europe, to include Russian and the now defunct Soviet Union, as well as most other ex-socialist European countries. [[note]]The exception being the former East Germany, which ceased to exist on union with West Germany in 1990.[[/note]] Actually, classifying these as "shows" is very inaccurate; some of them are features, some are actual shows; most of them are isolated shorts. In fact, there were no animated shows in Soviet Union; those that look like ones are series of loosely connected shorts, with long (sometimes over 10 years) intervals between "releases". Overall, network and medium seem to matter much less in Eastern European culture, at least to average viewer--in part because there was only one thing to watch for so many years--so not making distinction between features, shorts and series on this page is justified. However, the post-Fall era animation is more westernized in formal aspects, with a proper division into features, shows and shorts.


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* ''Animation/MotoPerpetuo''


* ''Animation/Manivald''

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* ''Animation/Manivald''''Animation/{{Manivald}}''

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* ''Animation/Manivald''


* A two part adaptation of ''Literature/TreasureIsland''.


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* ''Animation/TreasureIsland1988''


* ''Animation/{{Gustavus}}'' (original title: Gusztáv), a long-running series of comedic shorts with social commentary.
* ''Animation/HaryJanos'' (hour-long opera adaptation)
* ''Animation/HeroicTimes'' (original title: ''Daliás idők''), oil painting animation adapting a historical drama.
* ''Animation/{{Hofeher}}'', BlackComedy retelling of the ''Literature/SnowWhite'' story satirizing the Communist regime.



* ''Animation/{{Hofeher}}''

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* ''Animation/{{Hofeher}}''''Animation/JohnnyCorncob'' (original title: ''János vitéz''), after the poem ''John the Valiant'', a.k.a. ''John the Hero''.



* ''Animation/RabbitAndDeer'' (original title: ''Nyuszi és Őz'')
* ''Animation/TheRabbitWithTheCheckeredEars'' a.k.a. ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kock%C3%A1sf%C3%BCl%C5%B1_ny%C3%BAl Kockásfülü nyúl]]'', colloquially known by fans of ''Series/{{Pinwheel}}'' as "Bunny in the Suitcase"



* ''Animation/RabbitAndDeer'' (original title: ''Nyuszi és Őz'')
* ''Animation/TheRabbitWithTheCheckeredEars'' a.k.a. ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kock%C3%A1sf%C3%BCl%C5%B1_ny%C3%BAl Kockásfülü nyúl]]'', colloquially known by fans of ''Series/{{Pinwheel}}'' as "Bunny in the Suitcase".



* ''Animation/TreasureOfSwampCastle'' (original title: ''Szaffi'').

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* ''Animation/TreasureOfSwampCastle'' (original title: ''Szaffi'').''Szaffi'')



* ''WesternAnimation/ThePrincessAndThePea'' (a co-production with America).

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* ''WesternAnimation/ThePrincessAndThePea'' (a co-production with America).America)


* ''[[http://www.kinokultura.com/2007/16r-vladimir.shtml The Adventures Of Prince Vladmir]]''

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* ''[[http://www.kinokultura.com/2007/16r-vladimir.shtml The Adventures Of Prince Vladmir]]''Vladimir]]''


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* ''Animation/TheNut1967''


Bear in mind that just because it has the word "East" in the title does ''not'' make this trope ''not'' part of WesternAnimation. While cartoons from the former Soviet Block are often significantly different from their ''West'' Western counterparts, their stories usually follow similar premises and touch upon closely related subjects. [[CaptainObvious It is the same continent after all.]]

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Bear in mind that just because it has the word "East" in the title does ''not'' make this trope ''not'' part of WesternAnimation. While cartoons from the former Soviet Block are often significantly different from their ''West'' Western counterparts, their stories usually follow similar premises and touch upon closely related subjects. [[CaptainObvious It is the same continent after all.]]
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