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Three from Prostokvashinio (aka Three from Buttermilk) (Russian: Трое из Простоквашино, Troye iz Prostokvashino) is the first in a trilogy of soviet animated shorts based on the Children's book Uncle Fyodor, His Dog and His Cat (Дядя Фёдор, Пёс и Кот) by Eduard Uspensky.

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A six-year-old boy called Uncle Fyodor, because he is very serious, leaves his home after his parents don't let him keep Matroskin, a talking cat. Uncle Fyodor, with the dog Sharik, and cat Matroskin, set up a home in the country, a village called "Buttermilk", or Prostokvashino in Russian.

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The film is followed by Vacation in Buttermilk Village, and Winter in Buttermilk Village.

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