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Tintin et le lac aux requins (1972)

Tintin and his friends visit Professor Calculus at his country laboratory, only to find him and a pair of local children threatened by criminals after the inventor's work.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jacques Careuil ... Tintin (voice)
Georges Atlas ... (voice)
Jacques Balutin ... Le gardien du musée (voice)
Nadine Basile ... (voice)
Jean Berger ... (voice)
Edmond Bernard ... (voice)
Claude Bertrand ... Capitaine Haddock (voice)
Jacqueline Brasseur ... (voice)
Jacques Ciron ... Le directeur du musée (voice)
Pierre Collet ... Le commentateur TV (voice)
Micheline Dax ... Bianca Castafiore (voice)
Jacques Ferrière ... (voice) (as Jacques Ferriere)
Georges Hubert ... (voice)
Serge Nadaud ... Rastapopoulos (voice)
Maurice Nasil ... (voice)
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Tintin is sent to guard an absent-minded professor in a Balkan country, but a local criminal tries to lure him away by kidnapping two children. The professor, however, has invented a machine that can duplicate anything. Written by Anonymous

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13 December 1972 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Kuifje en het Haaienmeer  »

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Very enjoyable
20 February 2009 | by See all my reviews

I really enjoyed this movie. I saw it when I was a kid and had a chance to see it again with my daughter. The story is quite nice. There is a lot of action and humor. The pace is good and setting is nicely done. The story is original with a lot of references to the books.

I don't know about the voices in English, but the French voices are excellent.

Even if the story is a little more "simple" than what you will find in the books you have to remember that in the 70's, cartoons were made mostly for children. There was rarely 2 levels to a story, one for children and one for adults as it is so common (and fun) today. Still the story here is sufficiently well done to be entertaining for adults.

Finally, Hergé himself worked on the movie. So I guess he must have found this close enough to the world of Tintin to be made.


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