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Nu, pogodi! poster.

Animated TV series (1969—2006)
Russian title: Ну, погоди!
English title: Well, Just You Wait!

Anatoliy Papanov (voice of Wolf)
Klara Rumyanova (voice of Hare)

Wolf tries to catch Hare by all means possible, but never quite succeeds.

Note: This is an animated film. The aircraft shown in it are therefore not actual aircraft, however, where a reasonable depiction of an actual aircraft has been created, it has been identified as best as possible.

Antonov An-2

Episode 6 “Countryside Entertainment” (1973).
A skydiving biplane inspired by Antonov An-2.

Animated biplane similar to An-2.

Tupolev Tu-154

Episode 13 “1980 Olympics in Moscow”.
The plane looks most similar to Tu-154, although the number of windows is too small and the front part looks more similar to Ilyushin Il-62. No airline is specified, but the color scheme looks like that of Aeroflot.

Airliner inspired by Tupolev Tu-154 of Aeroflot.

Animated Mil helicopter

Episode 13 “1980 Olympics in Moscow”.
A helicopter was most likely inspired by Mi-8, although it also shares some traits of Mi-2.

Helicopter similar to Mil Mi-8.

Animated Trijet Airliner

Episode 13 “1980 Olympics in Moscow”.
A generic trijet most likely inspired by Tupolev Tu-154 and Yakovlev Yak-42.

Animated trijet.

Antonov An-22

Episode 13 “1980 Olympics in Moscow” (1980).
Undoubtedly based on An-22 “Antey”.

Animated Antonov An-22.

Animated Airliners

Episode 13 “1980 Olympics in Moscow”.
The two planes on the right look similar to Boeing 707. The plane on the left was probably inspired by Ilyushin Il-18.

Animated airliners.

Animated Trijet Airliner

Episode 13 “1980 Olympics in Moscow”.
Another trijet.

Animated trijet.

Animated Airplane Model

Episode 14 “Electronic Hare” (1984).
Loosely an Aero L-29 Delfín.

Airplane model.

Mil Mi-2

Episode 14 “Electronic Hare” (1984).
Scale helicopter model looking very similar to Mi-2.

Model helicopter similar to Mi-2.

Tupolev Tu-134

Episode 19 “Beach Ideas” (2005).
An animated plane is a very accurate depiction of Tu-134, although in further scenes it’s labeled “Nu-19” (a reference to series title and episode number).

Animated Tupolev Tu-134.

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