How amazing I was and still am today! His body shape is inconsistent; while he is tall and mostly skinny, he has a noticeably large stomach, which jiggles and bounces when he moves. He also looks very unhealthy, with the unkempt hair, bloodshot eyes and saggy eyelids. And I like beets to make me strong. The mice asked me to give you message. "Mr. Bobinsky is wearing the Russian Hero Medal for Service at the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster on April 26, 1986. Mr. B is from Russia, this is obvious by his accent, but another clue is the medal that he wears. ... Not much surprisingly, except for the fact that the character is Russian. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Enemies Go down to postman, talk, give Dollar, get package, give it to Mr. Bobinsky. He then appears at the end of the movie, sneakily uprooting some tulips, muttering To himself, planting more of his beets in place of the tulips, with another message from the mice. Mr. Bobinsky's middle name should be "Alexandrovich" rather than just "Alexander", since Russians have patronymics as their middle names, derived from their father's first name. Posted by 3 years ago. Other Mr. Bobinsky is the deuteragonist, in the film. Alive 1) Why Mr. Bobinsky Is Blue. Seen in games Like the real Mr. Bobinsky, he also owns a mouse circus but the mice are actually rats disguised as jumping … He gives her a beet and claims that it'll make her strong. This article is an Incomplete Article, it requires editors to improve it. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Sergei Alexander Bobinsky, also known as Mr. B or Mr. Bobinsky, is a pentagonist in the stop-motion film, Coraline (2009).He is Coraline's Excentric Russian neighbor who resides within the upstairs flat of the Pink Palace Apartments. "Bobinsky there" it read, pointing up a rickety staircase. Mr. Bobinsky: They are saying, "Do not go through little door." Inkagames English Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. Russian is a widely spoken language around the world. Coraline: The jumping mice? So since he's really just translating the advice given by the jumping mice I would classify him as a mediator as well. Easter Egg. Coraline - Scene 1/10 - Why Were You Born, Coraline - Scene 2/10 - Passage to the Other World, Coraline - Scene 3/10 - Coraline's Other Parents, Coraline - Scene 5/10 - The Magical Garden, Coraline - Scene 6/10 - The Play's the Thing, Actually in the book his name was Mr Bobo but they made it sillier in the movie,which wasn't nearly as good as the book, https://coraline.fandom.com/wiki/Sergei_Alexander_Bobinsky?oldid=10360. Nationality Frequently the actors don't speak Russian at all and are just reading lines that have been … In Coraline's adventurous video game he was seen in the second night, where he popped out from a round pyramid. In "Coraline", the character of Mr. Bobinsky wears a medal awarded to the Liquidators of the Chernobyl Disaster. Henry Selick explains that Mr. Bobinsky's skin is blue because he's outside all the time, in the cold and damp weather, wearing only a sleeveless shirt and short pants. As such, he is rarely sitting or standing still. Благодарю . He is always positive, generous and kind, despite a little bit north of normal. In the book, Other Bobinsky bears a strong resemblance to the original Mr. B with the exception of having black buttons for eyes. Sergei Alexander Bobinsky He has a long, untamed moustache, hairy shoulders and armpits, bushy eyebrows, and a hairy area below the navel. In Coraline's adventure game he was seen in the next morning on his balcony, and told Coraline that he forgot the password to his lock. Then use the code from Act 1 where you had counted the leafs. In the film, Mr. Bobinsky narrowly escaped accidental castration at the hands of Coraline. Well there's an explanation for his odd color. He also seems to have a loose grasp on English, using Russian words for things like "mice" and " new cheese" before repeating himself in English. Of course, he pretends to not notice. He first appears just after the beginning of the film, performing exercises on the roof of the Pink Palace as Coraline's family and their moving van arrive to move in. You might already know да [da] is "yes" and нет [njet] is "no." Coraline Wiki is a FANDOM Books Community. Love, Mother. Another Wybie. He has a long, untamed moustache, hairy shoulders and armpits, bushy eyebrows, and a hairy area below the navel. It’s just wrong, both phonetically and semantically. Male This could mean a multitude of things, but there’s no question that the hanging flag resembles that of Montenegro’s official flag. The. At one point he mentions that "the jumping mice say don't go through tiny door." "Well Mr. Bobinsky, I'm your new neighbor from downstairs. He owns a jumping mice circus; Coraline assumes he is crazy and her motherbelieves that he's a drunk. I like cheese. He owns a jumping mice circus. Russia has been a chief source of tourism in Egypt, but direct flights from Russia to Red Sea beaches were suspended after a Russian airliner was … 1.5k. Race You stand in front of the house. I live in beautiful Ashland, Oregon. The flag that he has hanging in front of his flat is the Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation. …is the even more eccentric Mr. Bobinsky, ringmaster of a mouse circus… pointing to such quirky characters as pot-bellied Russian circus performer Mr. Bobinski… After telling him the code to the lock, he told her that he was waiting for a package, and when Coraline went down she saw the mailman, gave him money, and took the package back to Mr. Bobinsky. Sergei Alexander Bobinsky, otherwise known as Mr. B or (as he prefers) it Mr. Bobinsky, is Coraline's Russian neighbor who lives in the upstairs flat of the Pink Palace Apartments. I am very interesting indeed! Sergei Alexander Bobinsky is Coraline's Russian neighbor who lives in the upstairs apartment of the the Pink Palace Apartments. She's free. Out on the porch, Coraline trips over a pile of mail addressed to a Mr. Bobinsky; the man who lives upstairs. Use bowl with milk below cat, then go up to Mr. Bobinsky. Character Information Mr. Bobinsky claims that the mice give him messages to say to Coraline, although animals cannot talk in the Real World. Other names However, his extremely long limbs and sickly complexion hide surprising strength and grace, as Mr. B can easily perform strenuous acrobatic feats such as a one-armed handstand, cartwheels, and safely land from a 10-20 foot jump. Weird, right? These quotes are all said in chronological order. In the second night, he was seen next to his little circus and somehow shaking. His skin tone is a healthier shade of sky-blue with a large, well-groomed blue mustache and has bla… In Coraline's game he was first seen on the top of the roof of the house, jogging. Really? He is the tallest one from all of the characters. Well, everything's right in this world, kiddo. His body shape is inconsistent; while he is tall and mostly skinny, he has a noticeably large stomach. Coraline assumes he is crazy and Mel Jones believes that he's a drunk. And the cold causes his skin to become blue. Mr. Bobinsky: Ah. Return to the backyard, south, right. Despite his mostly blue complexion, his nose and chin are tinte… As the Russian writer Mikhail Lermontov once said, "Life is a bank, fate is the dealer, and I am the player." 1 time. Mir definition, a village commune of peasant farmers in prerevolutionary Russia. When Coraline lifted his hat off, the head rat attempted to escape with the eye of one of the ghost children, otherwise the circus ball, only to be caught by the Cat. In addition, he wears a light orange sleeveless shirt, short dark blue pants, and black marching boots. Gender Пока . In the book, Mr. Bobinsky is not said to have blue skin. Pink Palace Apartment Mel Jones believes him to be drunk, and Coraline instead believes him crazy when he mentions his mouse circus, but later calls him eccentric instead. Bobinsky even made mistakes in Russian, at least once. Human Dearest Coraline, Miss Spink and Miss Forcible have invited you downstairs after lunch. You replied. In this place there lived other people for example two retired actresses called Miss Spink and Miss Forcible, and also a Russian acrobat named Mr Bobinsky. Athlete When first introduced, he counts in Russian, but when Coraline's parents honk the horn of their bug, he almost loses his balance, and curses at them in Russian. That know-it-all Wybie said it was all in Mr B's head. At the ending scene, he was at the picnic party with others, as the only thing different here was that he had a pink scarf tied over his neck. I hope you like the new outfit I made you. And recently I was filmed for movie Coraline. Trump's partners and children have repeatedly visited Moscow, connecting with developers and government officials to … ‘A mouse’ (singular) translates as ‘mysh’ (‘мышь’). Home/Lair When he is first seen on-screen, he is atop the Pink Palace doing varied warmups. This is the scene where most viewers get "freaked out". Despite his mostly blue complexion, his nose and chin are tinted violet. This is the most common and popular way to say thank you in Russian. The Other Bobinkyis the "other" version of Mr. Bobinsky in the real world, though much neater than the real one; less of a gut, a more prigmented skin color, buttons for eyes, and a much neater mustache, and also wears a navy blue ringmaster's suit complete with gold trimmings and his liquidator badge. He owns a jumping mice circus; Coraline assumes he is crazy and her mother believes that he's a drunk. Character Exaggeration: In the book, Mr. Bobo simply happens to be Slavic (Russia isn't even mentioned, actually); it's not even implied that he has an accent until Misses Spink and Forcible happen to talk about him near the end of the book. As far as the language goes, most of it is horrible. Despite his mostly blue complexion, his nose and chin are tinted violet. Even in the other world, he wears the same medal. At the top, she paused before Mr. Bobinsky's front door, a scraped and dented panel of wood that had seen better days. Finally, there’s Wybie, the landlady’s grandson, who’s the same age as Coraline. The Grandson of an Army Intelligence Officer, Bobulinski Served in the Navy for 4 Years & … I knew he was wrong. Hollywood assumes that Americans don't speak Russian. We live in the United States and we've noticed something about the way Russian is used in American films and on TV. Relatives Unknown https://inkagames-english.fandom.com/wiki/Mr._Bobinsky?oldid=28512. We have all noticed this one thing about the man we all know and love, also known as Mr. B- he's BLUE. My wife is Russian and I am American. and Mr. Bobinsky, who claims to be putting together a “mouse circus” and thus has stinky cheeses delivered to his apartment. Two days later, a mail mix-up forces Coraline to take his mail (containing strong-smelling cheese) up to his flat's door, where she meets Mr. B. in person and he gives her a "message" from his mice. Mr. Bobinsky is a blue-skinned, extremely tall, Russian man. He talked with Coraline about ‘mooshkas’ and explained ‘mooshkas’ (plural) means ‘mice’. Profession(s) Mr. Bobinsky: Caroline, wait! As then he swings from his balcony off, leaving the doors to his home open. He was seen the same in the game as he was in the movie. His body is also disproportionate, as his eyes and mouth are much smaller than the other aspects of his face. Mr. Bobinsky: They are saying, 'Do not go through little door.' No surprising really. In the film, on the other hand, Mr. Bobinsky holds a resemblance to Mr. B, but with many improvements. He is bold and truthful with his words, quite ignorant of what people would think of him when he says such things. 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