Space Dogs: Adventure to the Moon

Synopsis: Get ready to blast off to an out-of-this-world adventure with canine teenage astronaut, Pushok, who is determined to find his missing astronaut father. Against all odds, Pushok stows away on a US rocket ship to the moon but soon finds he is not alone, as he is reunited with his mom and encounters a macho monkey and a baby alien. Together, the furry heroes learn the true meaning of teamwork as they join the search for Pushok's dad.
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90 min


A long time ago in a

country very away far called Russia,

there were two best friends

that went into space together.

Their names

were Belka and Strelka.

When they came back,

Belka married a brave

German Shepherd named Kazbek.

They had a little puppy

called Pushok.

Pushok wanted to be a space dog

like his mom and dad.

But first he was picked to go on

an exciting adventure to America.

Now, Pushok, have you

remembered everything?

Mom, don't worry. This isn't the

first time I've been away from home.

Yes, Belka, Pushok is a big boy.

I know, Kazbek, but I'm gonna

miss my little baby so much.

Mom, I can't breathe.

Time to go, Son. Your mom and

I are both very proud of you.

Thanks, Dad.

And when I get back, I'll start

training to be a space dog, right?

Absolutely not. Being a

space dog is dangerous.

That's why your Aunt Strelka and I

are going back into show business.

We'll talk about it

when you get back.

Have a good time, kiddo.


Bye, Aunt Strelka!

Bye, kid!

Don't take any wooden nickels!

Tell the Americans nothing!

- Bye, Son.

- Be safe, darling. We love you.

I'm gonna miss him so.

He'll be fine.

He's a great kid.

- Takes after his aunt.

- Okay, ladies, time to hit the road.

Fame and fortune await!

We'll see you

in two months, big guy.

Have a good time, my little star.

Break a leg. Well, not really.

You know what I mean.

All right,

let's get this party started.

Hit the tunes, Porky.

Please, baby, say to me

All the things

that set me free

I'm gonna miss them. Yeah, things

will be pretty dull here without them.

Or not.

It looks like that beam

came from the moon.

We'd better get back to base. Come on.

Moonshot One is

on the pad and prepped for go.

All indicators

are ready for launch.

Comrade Kesha.


Are we still receiving that

strange signal sent from the moon?

It's very weak,

but we still are.

And we still don't know

the language?

It's in no language

that we recognize.

Then it's up to Kazbek

to find out what's up there.

Mission Control,

this is Commander Kazbek.

Begin systems check.

Launch control...

is good.

Boosters set to standby. Signal

tracking is online and good to go.

We have your flight path set to

put you close to the green beam.

Roger, Control.

Once I make moon landing,

I will attempt to make

contact with the moon rover.

Tell the brass in Moscow if the Americans

are behind this, I'll find out about it.

Roger, Commander. Commencing

launch sequence now.

Engines are go for burn.

Six, five, four,

three, two, one.


Rockets to full.

We have liftoff.

Control, I have cleared

the launch tower.

Roger, Kazbek.

You are go for the moon.

First-stage separation is good.

Prepare second-stage separation.

Second stage confirmed.

Next stop, the moon.

It's a pretty small house

tonight, don't you think?

Small? Small? Any smaller, and

we'd undergo gravitational collapse.

How I long for the long ago days

when crowds lined up for blocks

to see the famous first dogs in space

perform family friendly entertainment

at a reasonable price.

Wasn't that, like, a month ago?

Show business is

a fickle calling, my friend.

Are the girls ready?

Good to go, boss.

Then, in the famous words

of Vladimir Ulyanov - Hmm?

The show must go on!


Ladies and gentlemen,

pets, animals

and vermin of all kinds,

you are about to experience

in this humble venue

the absolute towering pinnacle

of theatrical stagecraft,

for tonight

I bring you two stars

that have journeyed

through the heavens themselves

and returned to bring you the musical

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