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Umka (Russian: Умка) is a 1969 Soviet animated film. It is based on children's book of the same name by Yuri Yakovlev, who also wrote the screenplay for the film. Umka means "polar bear" in Chukchi language.
The film is famous for its song "She-bear's Lullaby" (Russian: Колыбельная медведицы), written by Yevgeny Krylatov and performed by Aida Vedishcheva.
Date of issue: 30.06.2021
In the centre the relief image of the National Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation, above the semicircular inscription along the rim THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION framed on both sides by ornamental elements of doubled rhombuses, in the lower part of the disc, at the edge the horizontal inscriptions BANK OF RUSSIA and 25 RUBLES, the date 2021 under it, over it to the right the mint trade mark.
Depicts a relief image of the characters of the ‘Umka’ animation film, polar bear's cub Umka and a small Chukchi boy against the background of ice and the sky full of stars; at the top, there is an inscription UMKA.