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Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne (1969)

Goopy wants to sing, and Bagha wants to play the dhol. They meet accidentally and are helped by King of Ghosts. With newly endowed abilities, they land in kingdom of Shundi, where their ... See full summary »

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1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »
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Goopy (as Tapen Chattopadhyay)
Rabi Ghosh ...
Bagha (as Robi Ghosh)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ajoy Banerjee ...
Visitor to Halla
Iva Banerjee
Ratan Banerjee ...
Court singer at Shundi
Durgadas Bannerjee ...
King of Amloki
Ramen Bhaduri
Binoy Bose ...
Village elder / visitor to Halla
Dilip Bose ...
(as Dilip Basu)
Govinda Chakravarti ...
Goopy's father
Abani Chatterjee ...
Village elder
Bhaswati Chatterjee
Kartik Chatterjee ...
Court singer at Shundi / visitor to Halla
Nripati Chatterjee
Santi Chatterjee ...
Commander of Halla army

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Goopy wants to sing, and Bagha wants to play the dhol. They meet accidentally and are helped by King of Ghosts. With newly endowed abilities, they land in kingdom of Shundi, where their adventure begins. Written by Anonymous

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8 May 1969 (India)  »

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The Adventures of Goopy and Bagha  »

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The voice of ghost king in this film is given by famous director Satyajit Roy himself. See more »

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Followed by Goopy Bagha Phire Elo (1991) See more »

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The best Bengali Children Classic Ever Made!
17 August 1999 | by (Mumbai (India)) – See all my reviews

A must see for all children . A fantastic adventure story with amazing effects of the time.(i think it deserved an Oscar for the effects). Satyajit Ray has made a master piece. Even today I watch the movie and am not bored.FANTASTIC.


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