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Mashaand the Bear animated TVseries to be screened in the UK and Ireland

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Mashaand the Bear animated TVseries to be screened in the UK and Ireland


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Worldwide popular Russian animated television series Masha and the Bear is coming out in the UK and Ireland. From September, 20 the third season to be shown at the major British cinema network Vue Entertainment, RIA Novosti informs.

According to the representative of the Animaccord Group, the cinema premiere to take part in 89 UK and Ireland cinema theaters. Representatives of Russian company named it an important event of animation's anniversary. They have emphasized that they are very glad to issue creative production that unites young audience around the world.

Russkiy Mirreported, that at the beginning of the year the episode about Masha’s battle with porridge was included in the Guinness Book of Records. The video about Masha who cooked too much porridge held the position in the top ten most popular videos on YouTube for two years. Masha and the Bear series broke YouTube record last winter; the episode called Masha plus Porridge was viewed more than four billion times.

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