These Russian Puppets are enemies of the pajanimals, attempting to destroy each and every member of the pajanimals. Their show premiered in 1964 on Soviet Central Television. It is currently shown in Rossiya Network.
Stepashka is the leader of the group and she loves painting. She also organizes protests and boycotts against the pajanimals.
Khyrusha is Stepashka's long time friend. He blames the pajanimals for being naughty like writing grafiti on the wall.
Philya is Stepashka's other long time friend. He was the one who banned the pajanimals from coming to television outside of the United States.
Karkusha is the only member with feet being seen. She makes Microsoft Sam Videos.
Mishutka is one of the members. He makes videos out of the pajanimals.
Who Accompanies Them?Edit
Anna Mikhalkova is the daughter of Nikita Mikhalkov. She has one older half brother, Stefan, from her father's previous marriage. She has two younger siblings, Artam and Nadia. She has been on the show since 2002.
Oxana Fedorova is Resigned Miss Universe 2002. She was an only child. She has been on the show since 2002.
Dmitry Malikov is the son of Yury Malikov. He has one younger sister, Inna. He has been on the show since September 12, 2012.
About the programEdit
Over the years, it has been on like this:
September 1, 1964- December 25, 1991: 20:45 MSK, Soviet Central Television Programme One
December 26, 1991- October 1997: 20:45 MSK, Channel One
October 1997- August 30, 2002: 20:50 MSK, Channel One
September 2, 2002-Present: 20:50 MSK, Rossiya Network
The show was also broadcasted on Another VGTRK Channel since 2010.
And the graphics look like this: 1964-1982: Pinnochio Clock
1970S: Girl with toys
1982-1991:Plasticine Animation of a girl with toys
1986-1994: Animation (with a different song in it)
1995-1997: Animation (with a different song in it)
1997-1999: Crazier Cartoon with Puppets
1999-2002: Bunny on a theater
2002-Present: Remake of Plasticine Animation of a girl with toys.
Other Songs besides the main one:
1986-1994: Russian Translation of Mozart's Wiegenlied
1995-1997: Song about a fairy
About the Main SongEdit
It was written by Arkady Ostrovsky and Zoya Petrova in 1964.
In 1982, the animation was done by Alexandr Tatarskiy.
It was brought back by Channel One in October 1997 with Shortening the timeslot, where it remained today.
Rossiya Network was the only network that played this for the program.