"The Adventures of Tintin"
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This guide contains a few spoilers. There is violence throughout the tv series. But it is limited down to fist fights mainly. 4/10

Characters are frequently involved in shootouts, but no one is hit usaully.

Some slapstick, which can be painful in a comic way.

Deaths are rare. In one episode we see a man thrown into the water and we hear he drowned. In another episode, a man is shot (offscreen) and another jumps into space (again, offscreen).

The characters often nearly die.


One character frequently yells out insults, but it's comical.


A lot of smoking is seen.

A common theme within episodes is drug smuggling. We never see the drugs.

Alcohol is drunk occasionally.


Even though it is not seen, the thought of one character jumping into space could be disturbing to young viewers.

Many intense sequences of action, with near death situations often occuring.

Episodes can be scary. The cigars of the pharoh has a character who is quite spooky in it.

In the seven crystal balls, as well as there being a disturbing theme, there is a frightining Inca mummy which will almost certainly frighten younger viewers. It is seen several times, with scary close-ups of its face.

Sometimes there are disturbing nightmares. In a very frightening dream sequence, an Inca mummy (the one above mentioned) is resurected, climbs down the roof of a house, opens the window, climbs in a throws a crystal ball. Very frightening.

Rather intense, but fine for children.

Argentina:Atp / Australia:G / Germany:6 / Iceland:L / Portugal:M/6 (DVD rating) / Spain:T / UK:U (video rating) / USA:TV-Y / USA:TV-G (alternate rating)

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