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Raymond Leblanc (1915–2008)

Raymond Leblanc was born on May 22, 1915 in Longlier, Belgium. He was a producer and director, known for Tintin and the Lake of Sharks (1972), Asterix and Cleopatra (1968) and Asterix the Gaul (1967). He died on March 21, 2008 in Brussels, Belgium. See full bio »


(age 92) in Brussels, Belgium

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 1995 Iznogoud (TV Series) (executive producer)
 1977 Gulliver's Travels (producer)
 1974 The Down-in-the-Hole Gang (producer)
 1972 Tintin and the Lake of Sharks (executive producer)
 1971 Lucky Luke (producer)
 1968 Asterix and Cleopatra (producer)
 1967 Asterix the Gaul (executive producer)
 1965 Pinocchio in Outer Space (producer)
 1965 Gibus (TV Series) (producer)
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 1965 Gibus (TV Series)
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 2003 Tintin and I (Documentary)
 1976 I, Tintin (Documentary)

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He was the Belgian publisher of the popular "Tintin" comic-book magazine. Leblanc started the weekly in 1946 with the participation of Georges Rémi (nom de plume "Hergé"), who had created the character Tintin in 1929. Under Leblanc's guidance, the boy reporter became the hero of a weekly children's magazine, with Hergé as the artistic director. See more »

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