While trying to rescue a kidnapped millionaire, Tintin receives help from an unlikely source.


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Episode credited cast:
Colin O'Meara ...
Tintin (voice)
Thierry Wermuth ...
Tintin (voice)
David Fox ...
Captain Haddock (voice)
Christian Pellissier ...
Le capitaine Haddock (voice) (as Christian Pelissier)
Henri Labussière ...
Yves Barsacq ...
Dupont (voice) (credit only)
John Stocker ...
Thompson (voice) (credit only)
Dan Hennessey ...
Jean-Pierre Moulin ...
Dupond (voice) (credit only)
Snowy (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Denis Akiyama ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Robert Cait ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Graeme Campbell ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Liz Dufresne ...
Additional Voices (voice) (as Elizabeth Dufresne)


While trying to rescue a kidnapped millionaire, Tintin receives help from an unlikely source.

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25 May 1992 (USA)  »

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Hergé has an animated cameo 21 minutes in as a man in the black and white news footage who is standing to Dr. Krollspell's right. See more »

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Flight 714 (Part 2)
28 March 2007 | by (the Mad Hatter's tea party.) – See all my reviews

Tintin and Captain Haddock escort Carreidas and Rastapopoulos, but encounter some of Rastapopoulos' men and get caught in a gun fight. Since the serum has worn off, Rastapopoulos makes a successful run for it. So he gathers his men and go after Tintin and co. But Tintin starts receiving a voice in his head, which leads him to a hidden cave and a statue that has a secret passage leading deeper in the volcano. Rastapopoulos is just behind, and uses explosives to move the statue to get the passage way. Tintin and friends then meet space writer Mik Kanrokitoff, the man talking to Tintin in his mind. This was able because of a transmitter device from outer space. Soon they have to flee, as Rastapopoulos' explosives have disrupted the lava flow and everyone is in grave danger. They follow Kanrokitoff and then he summons a flying saucer to pick them. When aboard they are hypnotised and told to forget everything that had happened, and they're then dropped off in rubber boat in the place of Rastapopoulos and his goons.

"Flight 714" is Herge's twenty-second comic strip album and the thirteen episode (part 2 of 2) of Season 2. Now this is when it totally goes off the deep end with its telepathic phenomena's, extra-terrestrial talk (though we see no aliens), flying saucer action and group hypnosis. While in the background is some lively volcano activity. This atypical nature is just so uncanny it strikes up an eerie atmosphere from its unhinged setting of the island and its ancient remains. The final group hypnosis is one vibrantly delirious mind trip, but everything about it is plain preposterous and the humour does seem more like three stooges' antics. The dialogues have bite, and the ripe characters get their fair share of lines. A wonderfully offbeat Tintin adventure, which doesn't make much sense, but gives the viewer plenty of humour and a spontaneous dreamlike quality.

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