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The Adventures of Tintin, Animation Movie, 2011 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn
  • Die Abenteuer von Tim und Struppi (Germany)
  • Les aventures de Tintin - Le secret de la Licorne (France)
  • Le avventure di Tintin: Il segreto dell'Unicorno (Italy)

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Bonnascope ES

2011-10-30 12:07

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CRAFT372 US

2011-11-18 14:43

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Can someone please posta a picture of the seaplane from the movie for impdb

ingo DE

2011-11-19 21:15

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Is it worth to watch? I've read, that the original books and early animated movies shall be better, not that heart- and soulless as this new movie.

Nightrider RU

2011-11-20 09:09

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It isn't.

atom SE

2011-11-20 14:36

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No, it's only the best movie to come out this year...

DynaMike NL

2011-12-04 23:03

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I've been to the cinema to watch this movie, this afternoon. I was really impressed!!!

maxman CA

2011-12-30 23:43

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There was an obvious post-war tank at one point. It seemed like a T-44.

As far as the movie goes, it's primarily geared towards kids, so it naturally it will have its silly moments.

opal TH

2012-03-09 04:07

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Replaced with Real HD pictures 1280x544, add some missing vehicles.
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For IMPDB
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Another one:
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Sandie SX

2012-03-11 02:32

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Aircraft at: http://www.impdb.org/index.php?title=The_Adventures_of_Tintin

maxman CA

2012-03-11 06:30

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Sure are a lot of CitroŽns for scenes set in London...

atom SE

2012-03-15 13:45

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London? I thought Tintin lived in Belgium?

chris40 UK

2012-03-15 14:52

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Well, every plate that's visible seems to be pre-1951 Belgian, even the Morris'.

tom11

2012-03-15 21:58

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I thought Tintin lived in Belgium?[/quote]
So did I.

racersg US

2012-03-16 23:21

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DynaMike wrote I've been to the cinema to watch this movie, this afternoon. I was really impressed!!!
Me, too!

kudos SX

2012-03-19 21:17

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maxman CA

2012-03-21 20:59

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atom wrote London? I thought Tintin lived in Belgium?


Sure seems like London. They even use Pounds.

Lateef NO

2012-03-21 21:13

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Obviously not London, the cars drive on the right and have LHD, exactly the opposite from London. The licence plates seen on the vehicles are definitely modeled after Belgian ones, they look nowhere near like British ones of the era. The architecture does not match the way it is in London, it's more reminiscent with how it is in Benelux and surrounding areas. The fact that they use pounds is to make it more understandable for English-language viewers, young children in particular - by using the currency that they're familiar with.

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maxman CA

2012-03-21 21:22

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Then what about the RHD Triumph TR2?

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Lateef NO

2012-03-21 21:33

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I don't have a good answer to that, but my remaining evidence appears to be overwhelming.

However, I think that British and Italian cars of the era (especially sports cars and luxury sedans) usually kept their RHD configuration as converting RHD into LHD between European countries wasn't as big at the time as it is now (I think). When it comes to USA, however, things are a lot different. Every carmaker at the time dreamed of selling cars in the USA and did everything they could to adapt them for that market.

And it could also be an import. For example, my old man owned an Austin Mini in the late 1970s, which was originally British-registered and RHD. It was never converted into LHD.

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atom SE

2012-03-21 21:42

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In the english translation of the books the mansion Le ch‚teau de Moulinsart is located in England and called Marlinspike Hall. In that scene with the Triumph they are looking for the mansion.
I'd guess that they followed the english books when they made this film.

-- Last edit: 2012-03-21 22:48:45

Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-03-21 21:49

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Perhaps the French dub will change everything back.

racersg US

2012-06-17 23:54

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maxman wrote Then what about the RHD Triumph TR2?
That's only cause the TR2 was British.

racersg US

2012-07-03 01:38

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They imported them to Belgium, right?

Gamer DE

2013-09-13 21:08

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Two vehicles are missing: a truck which was crushed by a crate during the Phantom II scene, and a tank which smashes through an entire hotel.

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