Alisa Knows What to Do!
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Alisa Knows What to Do!
Alisa Knows What to Do!
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Russian , !
GenreSci-fi, comedy
Created byOlga Baulina, Viktor Glukhushin
Country of originRussia
Original Russian
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes24
Timur Bekmambetov
Elena Malyonkina
Running time26 minutes
Production Bazelevs
Original networkSTS
Original release16 November 2013 (2013-11-16) -
5 March 2016 (2016-03-05)
External links

Alisa Knows What to Do! (Russian: , !, romanizedAlisa znaet, shto delat!) is a Russian animated series, based on the books of Kir Bulychev about Alisa Selezneva.[1][2] The premiere took place on 16 November 2013 on STS[3][4] a day before the official birthday of Alisa, and three months later on February 3, 2014 on the Carousel TV channel. This is the first screen version of Alisa Selezneva in which many episodes of the series are original stories and not based directly on the books by Bulychev, and the first screen version made using computer animation.


English dubbing

Russian dubbing

Guest appearance:

  • Igor Taradaikin
  • Yekaterina Sculkina
  • Dmitri Yermak
  • Natalia Bistrova
  • Pyotr Glanz
  • Anna Galler
  • Artur Smolyaninov
  • Anna Guchenkova
  • Gosha Kutsenko
  • Anton Bogdanov
  • Andrei Birin
  • Alexandra Uruslyak
  • Garik Harlamov


Season 1

Alisa CLUB

Additionally a separate cycle of humorous episodes were released in 2016 under the title of "Alisa CLUB".


A film continuation of Alisa Knows What to Do! produced by Bazelevs, titled My Super Dad, was released on 30 March 2018. Voice cast of the upcoming film includes Darya Melnikova, Timur Rodriguez, Konstantin Khabensky and Vasilisa Savkina.[5][6]


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  2. ^ "Russian Series 'Alisa' Crosses Borders". Animation Magazine.
  3. ^ " , !". VokrugTV.
  4. ^ " : "? ? , ? ? ? ?"". Komsomolskaya Pravda.
  5. ^ " ? -- ? 2018 ?". 2018god.
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