This sleek The Princess iPhone case protects your phone from scratches, dust, oil, and dirt. It has a solid back and flexible sides that make it easy to take on and off, with precisely aligned port openings.
• BPA free Hybrid Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) and Polycarbonate (PC) material
• Solid polycarbonate back
• Flexible, see-through polyurethane sides
• .5 mm raised bezel
• Wireless charging compatible
© This is licensed art, drawed by Evgeny Shvenk.
The Bremen Town Musicians (Russian: Бременские музыканты) is a 1969 Soviet musical animated film produced by Soyuzmultfilm.
It is based on the characters of Brothers Grimm fairy tale, Town Musicians of Bremen. The film became a cult hit in the Soviet Union because of its memorable musical soundtrack, which contains influences from Western rock ‘n’ roll music. One sequence in particular contains a musical motif inspired by the “I Want to Hold Your Hand” by the Beatles.
The cartoon focuses on a Donkey, a Dog, a Cat, and a Rooster and their master Troubadour (much more a classical five-pieces rock-band than a travelling circus). At the start of the cartoon, the band travels to a palace to do a show for the King and his subjects. During the show, Troubadour falls in love with the King’s daughter, the Princess, and the band is subsequently thrown out of the palace by the king. Back on the road, Troubadour dreams of the princess and hatches a plan to win the King’s consent.
That night, the band chances upon a hut housing a band of crooks. Troubadour and the animals scare off the crooks and take possession of the hut. The next day, the King and his military escort are marching to a classified location when their road is blocked by Troubadour and his companions , who are disguised as bandits. The group chase off the soldiers and capture the King, before retiring to their hut. Troubadour then comes out of the hut as his regular self and “rescues” the King, thereby winning the King’s favor. With the King rescued, the musicians lead a procession back to the palace where the King throws a party and Troubadour and the princess realize their love for each other.
Meanwhile, the animals are thrown out of the palace and are forced to spend the night outside. In the morning, the animals call for Troubadour. Hearing no answer, however, they pack up their things and leave the palace, beginning a solemn rendition of the song they sang in the opening. To their surprise, one of the verses is sung by outside voices: Troubadour and the Princess. Now reunited, Troubadour, the princess, and the animals set off into the unknown.