Child's voice: the tragic fate of Clara Rumyanova - actress, voiced the most famous Soviet cartoons
• The voice of childhood: the tragic fate of Clara Rumyanova - actress, voiced the most famous Soviet cartoons
Her face was hardly known to the public - almost all of her life she spent behind the scenes. Clara Rumyanova voiced about 300 cartoons, including its most famous works - "Well, wait a minute!", "Crocodile Gena", "The Wizard of Oz," "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi," "Puss in Boots," "Dunno," " Little Raccoon "," The Kid and Carlson "," Umka ", and others. Everyone's favorite childhood songs were performed Rumyanova. Unfortunately, her fate was tragic. 12 years ago, September 18, 2004 the actress died in loneliness, disease and poverty.
Clara from childhood dreams of becoming an actress and entered VGIK at the first attempt. As a teenager, she had a very deep voice, viola, but after suffering pneumonia she suddenly spoke very high tone, which later became her hallmark in all voiced cartoons.
on the same course with Rumyanova studied Nikolai Rybnikov and Alla Larionov, who later became one of the strongest couples in the Soviet cinema. But at that time I did not notice Rybnikov Larionov - he lost his head by Clara Rumyanova and hours on duty at her door. She did not respond to his advances: "How can he spend hours pants? Of course, I'm never going to meet with such a fool "- she was indignant.
* * Voice childhood Clara Rumyanova
Once Rybnikov took money from friends and bought a gold watch for Clara. She slapped him in the face and did not accept a gift. Enraged boyfriend threw the clock out the window, and then he had a few months to sit on a buckwheat to repay debts. The episode of the hours later came the famous film with his participation - "Girls". 5 years after graduation Rybnikov married Alla Larionova and lived with it all my life. 2 years before his death, when Rybnikov after minor stroke was in the hospital, Rumyanova visited him and admitted that he was very sorry about his refusal.
A and K. Papanov Rumyanova voiced cartoon * Well, wait a minute! *
The reasons for the refusal have Rumyanova at that time really was. Even at age 16, she married a young pianist. The marriage broke up after 3 months when her husband an ultimatum: either he or the movie. Clara then was the second month of pregnancy, and after breaking up with her husband made a clandestine abortion, because of what forever lost the ability to have children. Therefore freshman VGIK in no hurry to start a new relationship.
Her second husband was the actor A. Chemodurov, best known for playing Levashova in "Young Guards". Due to the lack of demand for creative he started a drinking problem, which is why the marriage broke up. Rumyanova third husband tormented her with his jealousy, so the marriage did not last long. For actress courted by many famous artists, according Rumyanova, among its fans was rejected even Vysotsky. But in the end she was left alone, without family and children.
Honored Artist of the RSFSR Clara Rumyanova
In Rumyanova was a difficult character, which nearly cost her acting career. Once-powerful CEO of "Mosfilm" Ivan Pyryev offered her the lead role in his film. After reading the script melodrama, the actress said: "I do not like any role offered to me or your script. This picture is doomed to failure. " Pyrev for lesser sins brushed aside actresses to shoot, not surprisingly, never filmed a few years Rumyanova.
Later, she starred in several films, the most famous of these works was the role of the priest's wife in "The Twelve Chairs" (1971), but the all-Union popularity brought her no film works, and scoring of animated characters. Every second Soviet cartoon voices Rumyanova, and children's songs in her performance became real hits. She was the only actress to be awarded the title of Honored Artist of the RSFSR for his work in animation. But in the competition for the best voice of the world of animation Rumyanova awarded first place.
After the Soviet Union collapsed and closed "Soyuzmultfilm" Rumyanova he was unemployed and suffered severe depression. Her mother died, and the actress was left completely alone. In addition, she was diagnosed with breast cancer, but neither the money nor the energy to fight the disease she did not. Rumyanova often told friends about wanting to commit suicide. She was not watching TV, do not listen to the radio, I do not leave the house, and repeated that he sees no point in living. The disease was aggravated by pneumonia, and in 2004 the actress died. Funeral organization engaged in the Screen Actors Guild, as relatives she was not there.
Honored Artist of the RSFSR Clara Rumyanova