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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.

Director:

Raymond Leblanc

Writers:

Hergé (characters), Michel Régnier (scenario) (as Greg) | 4 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jacques Careuil Jacques Careuil ... Tintin (voice)
Georges Atlas Georges Atlas ... (voice)
Jacques Balutin Jacques Balutin ... Le gardien du musée (voice)
Nadine Basile Nadine Basile ... (voice)
Jean Berger Jean Berger ... (voice)
Edmond Bernard Edmond Bernard ... (voice)
Claude Bertrand Claude Bertrand ... Capitaine Haddock (voice)
Jacqueline Brasseur Jacqueline Brasseur ... (voice)
Jacques Ciron Jacques Ciron ... Le directeur du musée (voice)
Pierre Collet Pierre Collet ... Le commentateur TV (voice)
Micheline Dax Micheline Dax ... Bianca Castafiore (voice)
Jacques Ferrière Jacques Ferrière ... (voice) (as Jacques Ferriere)
Georges Hubert Georges Hubert ... (voice)
Serge Nadaud Serge Nadaud ... Rastapopoulos (voice)
Maurice Nasil 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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Country:

Belgium | France

Language:

French

Release Date:

13 December 1972 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Kuifje en het Haaienmeer See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Original plot inspired on the popular and famous comic books by the genius Herge
14 May 2011 | by ma-cortesSee all my reviews

This time our friends go to Sildavia where takes place several adventures . The picture will appeal to the fans of the popular animated hero named Tintin and his faithful sidekicks as well as the comic-books nostalgics. As Tintin and captain Haddock along with the Dupont brothers travel in a Balkan country to find professor Tornasol who has invented a machine that can duplicate anything .The professor is residing in a location near a lake plenty of sharks and next the border of Syldavia( Tintin and the scepter of Ottokar) and Bodouria but a criminal master mind named Rastapopoulous (Cigarrettes of pharaoh) attempts to force professor Tornasol to give up the machine by abducting two local children who live nearby , in order to get by all means the magical artifact .

This is a nice adventure with hilarious moments here and there, and has Tintin and his inseparable friends captain Haddock , absent-minded professor Tornasol , the botcher Dupont brothers taking on , as always, against stupid enemies , this time Rastapopoulos ,the ruthless and infamous international delinquent . This cartoon movie of the popular "Tintin" comic-book magazine brilliantly captures the outrageous adventures, tongue in cheek, satire, comedy ,taking the characters and some elements from original stories , such as the shark-submarine (Treasure of Rackam the Red) and the Rastapopoulos's underwater amphibious. Although contains a primitive drawing , however being better developed than former entry ¨Tintin and the temple of the sun¨ , both of them produced by Raymond Leblanc . This amusing movie is accompanied by lively musical score with a catching leitmotif on the start and the ending. Full of humor , it's a funny entertaining for kids and grown-ups . The entertaining screenplay isn't based on the known comics by Herge but originally written by Michel Greg author of Achille Talon (1977 ,TV series and comics ) , 1981 L'Agence Labricole (TV series (screenplay) and 1970 Tintín in the temple del sol (dialogue). This cartoon movie is professionally directed by Raymond Leblanc . He was a Belgian publisher who started the weekly magazine in 1946 with the participation of Georges Rémi ("Hergé") . Under Leblanc's guidance, the boy reporter became the hero of a weekly children's magazine, with Hergé as the artistic director and magnificent creator of the immortal personage . Later on ,Leblanc produced the following films: Iznogoud ,1978 Gulliver's Travels ,1972 Lucky Luke el intrepid ,1970 Tintín in the temple of the sun ,1968 Astérix y Cleopatra and 1967 Astérix the Gaul. The picture will appeal to Tintin comic-books buffs. An agreeable , funny adaptation from a great comic book.


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