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 Omar ben Salaad / ... (4 episodes, 1959-1964)
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Tintin and the moon
7 September 2011 | by (France) – See all my reviews

Our heroes embark for the moon. In the rocket of the Professor Calculus, there are two stowaways (Dupont and Dupond) and a spy. Will Tintin and his companions come back to earth? I saw the first episode " objective the moon " (objectif lune). It lasts 81 minutes. It is an old-fashioned curiosity which will please essentially the "tintinophile". I would put a note of 5/10 for this episode. This episode is the synthesis of two albums " Objective the moon " and " We walked on the moon "("Objectif lune" and "On a marché sur la lune"). The spy benefits from the voice of Roger Rudel which doubled Kirk Douglas for the French versions. "The secret of the Unicorn" is the fifth episode of the series. Tintin buys the model of a boat for the Captain Haddock. There are two other identical models. The main matt of every model of "The Unicorn" hides a parchment. Tintin ignores the existence of its three parchments which indicate the lattitude and the longitude of the famous treasure of "Rackham Le Rouge". A stranger steals the model bought by tintin. It is the beginning of the treasure hunt... We always find same old-fashioned charm but fights and action scenes are badly adjusted. The car of our heroes falls in a ravine and they go out of it all unhurt! This episode lasts 36 minutes. The sixth episode, " The treasure of Rackham the red ", lasts 83 minutes. It is doubtless the best episode of the series because it is full of humor and new developments. It is in this adventure that Tintin and Haddock are going to find their definitive accommodation : "Le château de Moulinsart" imaginary and partial replica of the castle of Cheverny. I would put a note of 7/10 for this episode.


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