Tintin and the Blue Oranges
- 1h 45min
- Directed by: Philippe Condroyer
- Cast: Jean Bouisem, Jean-Pierre Talbot, Félix Fernández
- Language: French
The end of world hunger is nearly solved when Professor Calculus is presented with a blue orange which grows in arid conditions. When the orange is stolen, boy detective Tintin and the gang venture to Spain to retrieve it.
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Reviews & features
BFI reissues 1960s Tintin films in advance of Spielberg's The Secret of the Unicorn2 Nov 2010
Remarkably accurate live action homage to Hergé's characters
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