But it's all bricked up. I am very interesting indeed! Good He talked with Coraline about ‘mooshkas’ and explained ‘mooshkas’ (plural) means ‘mice’. This article is an Incomplete Article, it requires editors to improve it. He wore an old-fashioned hat and a trench-coat where he kept his rats. 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. When Mr. B. lands on his feet, he's left standing over her, the shear blades less than an inch from his groin. As Coraline went down the stairs, she was quickly called back up from Mr. Bobbinsky that told her a secret what the mice said about the doors that lead to the other world. In the book, Mr. Bobinsky is not said to have blue skin. 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. Posted by 3 years ago. And I like beets to make me strong. The Cat kills the rat that has the ghost eye and passes the Circus Ball over to Coraline in the front lawn of the Other Pink Palace. Home/Lair Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Coraline Wiki is a FANDOM Books Community. 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. He was seen the same in the game as he was in the movie. Mr. Bobinsky: Caroline, wait! Mr. Bobinsky seems to love his exercise, as, every time he appears, he is constantly performing acrobatics or warmups. When jumping down onto her from his balcony, she ducks down and tries to shield her head with her hands, inadvertently pointing her sharp garden shears straight up. As the Russian writer Mikhail Lermontov once said, "Life is a bank, fate is the dealer, and I am the player." My name is Sergi Alexander Bobinsky You can call me Mr. B. I was professional gymnast in Russia. His sentences, while clear enough in English, are somewhat watered down. The flag that he has hanging in front of his flat is the Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation. Despite his mostly blue complexion, his nose and chin are tinted violet. Pronunciation: paKAH Translation: for now Meaning: later, see you, bye The most popular way to say goodbye in Russian in informal situations, пока is perfect when speaking to anyone whom you would address as ты (singular/informal "you"), such as friends, family (apart from those members of the family whom you would address as вы out of respect), children, … In the second night, he was seen next to his little circus and somehow shaking. The stairs wrapped around and up the house's side, and before she quite knew what she was doing, Coraline found herself climbing them. He owns a jumping mice circus. See more. Once the Other Mother transforms all the residents of her Other World, he is reduced to nothing but a suit filled with his performing rats and an artificial, robot-like voice being replicated by the them. You stand in front of the house. I live in beautiful Ashland, Oregon. Unknown Gender He has a long, untamed moustache, hairy shoulders and armpits, bushy eyebrows, and a hairy area below the navel. In the book, Other Bobinsky bears a strong resemblance to the original Mr. B with the exception of having black buttons for eyes. "Well Mr. Bobinsky, I'm your new neighbor from downstairs. And the cold causes his skin to become blue. 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. 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 wearing the Russian Hero Medal for Service at the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster on April 26, 1986. Human Mr. Bobinsky is a blue-skinned, extremely tall, Russian man. Relatives The Grandson of an Army Intelligence Officer, Bobulinski Served in the Navy for 4 Years & … In Coraline's adventurous video game he was seen in the second night, where he popped out from a round pyramid. 1 time. The Other Mr. Bobisnky's robotic slurred speech during the scene in which he has been transformed into rats in clothing could be a possible reference to Coraline's mother calling him a drunk. Mr. Bobinsky is a blue-skinned, extremely tall, Russian man. Frequently the actors don't speak Russian at all and are just reading lines that have been … He owns a jumping mice circus; Coraline assumes he is crazy and her mother believes that he's a drunk. Athlete It can be used in a variety of situations, including very formal and very informal. Since Coraline’s parents are busy working on a garden catalog she feels ignored … 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. He is the tallest one from all of the characters. Just as Mr. Shaibel took a risk and changed Beth's life for the better, Beth - now a fully confident young woman in The Queen's Gambit - takes a risk and lets her guard down far away from home. Even in the other world, he wears the same medal. Great. Do you know such a thing? Donald Trump has pursued business deals in Russia since 1987, and has sometimes traveled there to explore potential business opportunities. Благодарю . Enemies This may also mean that Mr. Bobinsky may have helped clean up the town of Pripyat after The Chernobyl disaster. 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. These quotes are all said in chronological order. At one point he mentions that "the jumping mice say don't go through tiny door." In addition, he wears a light orange sleeveless shirt, short dark blue pants, and black marching boots. Another Wybie. Talk option 1, talk again option 3 ("try the code"). Return to the backyard, south, right. Other Information 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. This could mean a multitude of things, but there’s no question that the hanging flag resembles that of Montenegro’s official flag. He is the only character in the movie to have an abnormal skin color. Like the real Mr. Bobinsky, he also owns a mouse circus but the mice are actually rats disguised as jumping … 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. https://inkagames-english.fandom.com/wiki/Mr._Bobinsky?oldid=28512. ….the outright weird Mr. Bobinsky. Male Bobinsky even made mistakes in Russian, at least once. He has a long, untamed moustache, hairy shoulders and armpits, bushy eyebrows, and a hairy area below the navel. Hollywood assumes that Americans don't speak Russian. Easter Egg. It is often pronounced in a fast, shortened way, sounding more like 'paseebuh' or 'pseebuh'. So sorry, is nothing. ... Not much surprisingly, except for the fact that the character is Russian. Mr. Bobinsky, a Russian acrobat who trains mice, is one of the neighbors. In addition, he wears a white, orange stained wife-beater tank top, shorts, and black marching boots. I knew he was wrong. 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 … And recently I was filmed for movie Coraline. Mr. Bobinsky: They are saying, 'Do not go through little door.' Coraline, Mr Bobinsky has invited you to come see the jumping mice perform after dinner. No surprising really. 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. We have all noticed this one thing about the man we all know and love, also known as Mr. B- he's BLUE. 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. The mice asked me to give you message. 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. ‘A mouse’ (singular) translates as ‘mysh’ (‘мышь’). It’s just wrong, both phonetically and semantically. He decides to give her a spooky doll that looks just like her. 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. and Mr. Bobinsky, who claims to be putting together a “mouse circus” and thus has stinky cheeses delivered to his apartment. Character Information Go down to postman, talk, give Dollar, get package, give it to Mr. Bobinsky. Profession(s) Pink Palace Apartment 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. His body is also disproportionate, as his eyes and mouth are much smaller than the other aspects of his face. Close. I like cheese. Russian is a widely spoken language around the world. Coraline: The jumping mice? Mir definition, a village commune of peasant farmers in prerevolutionary Russia. As such, he is rarely sitting or standing still. Alive Your father and I will clean up while you and your friend head upstairs. None This is the most common and popular way to say thank you in Russian. Race Use bowl with milk below cat, then go up to Mr. Bobinsky. As then he swings from his balcony off, leaving the doors to his home open. He owns a jumping mice circus; Coraline assumes he is crazy and her motherbelieves that he's a drunk. He also looks very unhealthy, with the unkempt hair, bloodshot eyes and saggy eyelids. 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. It is claimed by Mel Jones that Mr. Bobinsky is drunk, but given his impeccable balance and dexterity in terms of acrobatics, it is certainly more likely that he is simply very eccentric, as alcohol impairs fine motor skills and balance. You replied. Coraline also meets Miss Spink and Miss Forcible, two strange actresses obsessed with dogs. Mr. Bobinsky and the Other Mr. Bobinsky]] seem to argue in the movie banner ad. The Other Bobinky is 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. 02. of 13. "Bobinsky there" it read, pointing up a rickety staircase. …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… 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 wanted to say hello!" - 3 : In France, & francophonia in general, we actually say : "New York" & not "Nouvelle-York" as it was the case in the Ancien Régime. Russian Harold: I sure do love that good ol' Mr. Bobinsky Weird, right? Do you know such a thing? I hope you like the new outfit I made you. Пока . He has blue skin (due to radiation) and has a small jumping mouse circus. 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. Out on the porch, Coraline trips over a pile of mail addressed to a Mr. Bobinsky; the man who lives upstairs. Mr. Bobinsky lives in the top flat of the Pink Palace Apartments and once trained as a gymnast, (explaining the flexibility he shows in the film) and lives on a steady diet of beets, which he once offered to Coraline with the claim that it'll make her strong. Sometimes mice are little mixed up. And "Bobinsky" comes from 'Coraline', family name of Mr. Bobinsky. Morality When he is first seen on-screen, he is atop the Pink Palace doing varied warmups. Dearest Coraline, Miss Spink and Miss Forcible have invited you downstairs after lunch. His body shape is inconsistent; while he is tall and mostly skinny, he has a noticeably large stomach. His body is also disproportionate, as his eyes and mouth are much smaller than the other aspects of his face. She's free. So since he's really just translating the advice given by the jumping mice I would classify him as a mediator as well. Like the real Mr. Bobinsky, he also owns a mouse circus but the mice are actually rats disguised as jumping mice. As far as the language goes, most of it is horrible. Sergei Alexander Bobinsky is Coraline's Russian neighbor who lives in the upstairs apartment of the the Pink Palace Apartments. How to Say the Most Common Words or Phrases in Russian. The. Current status Then use the code from Act 1 where you had counted the leafs. Just like Coraline later says, Mr. Bobinsky is more eccentric instead of crazy. Mr. B is from Russia, this is obvious by his accent, but another clue is the medal that he wears. It's a great movie though, you should definitely watch it. 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. 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