Through the Catalogue of the films of the Universal Film Studio we can see that prior to the evacuation, the studio released 40 films in six years, the last one being October 22, 1944 (three years before the establishment of the studio), and in 2017 the studio released 71 films.
The Moscow-based studio participated in the creation of a number of films. As a result of the propaganda war against fascism, the studio created anti-fascist films often, although not always. Among them was 1966's The Unforgettable years of the House of the Uniates and the 1967 epic The Legend about Grig, by Mikhail Kamenetsky. It was not only that the studio participated in the creation of such films, but also contributed to creation of graphic projects, including the theater and movie graphics, and animation projects (the popular puppet shorts, for example, such as Rózsak (1962), The Adventures of Vishnevski [ru] (1963), and Mother Hen [ru] (1965) and the 1960 disaster film Black Water [ru]).
In January 1941, the studio began producing animated cartoons called "cartoons" (Russian: механик (Б.)). However, these were not animated films, which gives them an additional definition; they were shorter (5-8 minutes) cartoons that were distributed often by the Grobeol Group. d2c66b5586