Psychedelic Soviet/Latvian kids' cartoons


21 Responses to “Psychedelic Soviet/Latvian kids' cartoons”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Damn you Mr Drawers. Always squaring my stuff.

  2. Bray_beast says:

    Aw man, that drawer guy is like, squaresville man!

  3. Jasonclock says:

    This is an interesting take on the freaky eastern european cartoon phenomenon:

  4. coverandwait says:

    It’s like Pingu, but terrifying.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Unfortunately most men don’t remember to dilly dally in pussy park.

  6. Genutz says:

    I wonder what kind of ideological state apparatuses were at work in these cartoons.

  7. lewis stoole says:

    weird man, i was just watching fantadroms.
    episode #11 is my favorite.

  8. nyar says:

    Dilly Dally in Pussy Park….

    A couple of questions:

    1. Where is this park?

    2. How do I get there?

  9. alienllama says:


  10. Anonymous says:

    This seems like a metafor on how bureaucracy tries to kill creativity and art by turning them into something that can be controlled, measured, stacked, but in the end creativity prevails.

  11. pretzellogic says:

    It’s the King Crimson-esque music that blows my mind…

  12. MelSkunk says:

    I’m used to people claiming these things are trippy, but I have to agree, this example is pretty trippy. For some reason I found that ‘friendly’ snap-snap noise the fox’s jaws made very unpleasant.

  13. boingaddict says:

    i remember when i was younger, cartoons like that dominated polish tv every day at 19:00. I still kind of prefer those to the carebears.

    But this one is still my favorite:

  14. Sir Ominous says:

    Reksio! OMG memories from my childhood in the seventies come flooding back all of a sudden.
    I used to love him, along with (the little mole)
    There was also this kid that used to draw with his magic pencil and everything he drew came to life.
    Thanks a million for a lost fragment of my childhood.

  15. boingaddict says:

    Ha i remember that one, now to turn 8 again and not worry about mortgage and bills…..

    Did you watch Bolek I Lolek as well?

    • Sir Ominous says:

      Bolek & Lolek appeared in the ‘related movies’ section on Youtube. And yes, I knew them as well. Ahhh.. Great to remember that. Many of those were broadcast also on German TV back then. Great for kids. I think I will show them to my kids as well. Thank you again for this gem.

  16. andremount says:

    I think I saw the NBC Peacock at 1:25!

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