Tintin and the Blue Oranges

Tintin and the Blue Oranges
Tintin and the Blue Oranges

Year

1964

Duration

96 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

French (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

Genius Professor Calculus receives some blue oranges through the post just days after a public appeal to find a cure for world hunger. An intruder then attempts to steal the seemingly worthless fruit. Calculus and the intrepid Tintin investigate by journeying to Spain, the home of the blue orange creator. When Calculus and the creator are kidnapped, the engaging plot starts to dangerously unravel - but can Tintin solve the riddle behind the oranges in time? The cult characters are impeccably portrayed here and young actor Jean-Pierre Talbot is a real find as Tintin.

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This film contains mild violence and references to violence and smoking.

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