Once again, Kuzya, who had been stolen by Baba-Yaga, did not want to live in the woods and was quite ready to leave for the city, and was tempted by grandmother's baking on the road. The witch darted into the dough potion, but Kuzya guessed her intention. Then Yaga declared that if "you will not be mine, then you will not be anyone's else" and decided to bake him. But Kuzya moved Izbushka on chicken legs and a fire broke out in the dump that started. Baba-Yaga drove the burning Izbushka to the river, where Kuzya would have disappeared in the fire and water, but the Crow saves him, after which they return to Natasha. And Baba-Yaga gets acquainted with the housekeeper Kikim and remains to live with him.
Did You Know?
In the original script were used the characters from the tale of Tatyana Aleksandrova's "Kuzka in a New Apartment", published by Children's Literature Publishing House in 1977. See more
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