Two Tickets to India

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Two tickets to India
Два билета в Индию
Directed by Roman Kachanov
Produced by Soyuzmultfilm
Written by Kir Bulychov
Starring Vladimir Ferapontov, Youry Volyntsev, Olga Gromova, Youry Andreyev, Alexander Kaidanovsky, Rogvold Sukhoverko, Maria Vinogradova, Nina Zorskaya
Music by Yury Saulsky
Cinematography Kabul Rasulov
Edited by Elena Beliavskaya
Release dates
1985 (USSR)
Running time
20 minutes
Country Soviet Union
Language Russian

Two tickets to India (Russian: Два билета в Индию, Dva bileta v Indiu) is a 1985 Soviet/Russian traditionally animated feature film directed Roman Kachanov. It was produced at the Soyuzmultfilm studio in Moscow and is based on the story of the same name by Kir Bulychov. Compared to the book the story was significantly shortened.


The astronauts from the planet Geda fly to India on a symposium on animal protection of the Galaxy. As a result of a technical malfunction one of them finds himself in a scout's camp situated near Moscow, transformed into a tiger. By means of July and her grandmother, the astronaut manages to reach India.

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