20,000 Leagues Across the Land

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20,000 Leagues Across the Land
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Directed by Marcello Pagliero
Written by Leonid Zorin, Sergey Mikhalkov, Semyon Klebanov, Michel Cournot
Starring Léon Zitrone
Yuri Belov
Nikolay Savin
Tatiana Samoilova
Jean Rochefort
Jean Gaven
Valentin Zubkov
Evgeny Burenkov
Music by Nikita Bogoslovsky
Release date
  • January 13, 1961 (1961-01-13) (USSR)
  • January 18, 1961 (1961-01-18) (France)
Country USSR
France
Language Russian

20,000 Leagues Across the Land (French: Vingt mille lieues sur la terre or "Léon Garros Is Looking for His Friend", Russian: Леон Гаррос ищет друга) is a 1961 Soviet-French feature film by Marcello Pagliero.

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During the Second World War and Leon Garros and Boris Vaganov escape from a Nazi concentration camp. After 15 years as a journalist Leon with buddies visits the Soviet Union to make a report and accidentally finds Boris. But Boris is not in Moscow, and for the sake of meeting a friend Leon has to take a car halfway across the country... Traveling with the foreigners is translator Nikolai, who in turn is looking for Natasha, his brother's runaway bride.

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