The Adventures Of Tintin (75 Year Anniversary Edition) (10 DVD Box Set) - £7.96 delivered (using code SALE10) @ The Hut - HotUKDeals
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Tintin, the world's most famous boy reporter embarked on his very first adventure in 1929. From the beginning he was accompanied by his faithful dog, Snowy and for more than half a century this intrepid pair journeyed to exploits around the world. Along the way they encountered a colourful cast of characters who have become familiar to generations of children and adults: Captain Haddock, Thompson and Thomson, Professor Calculus and Oliveira da Figueira among many others.

The eternally youthful Tintin celebrated his 75th birthday in 2004 and you can enjoy all of his adventures with this 10 disc box set featuring all 21 adventures.

Episodes Comprise:

1. Cigars Of The Pharaoh
2. The Blue Lotus
3. Destination Moon
4. Explorers On The Moon
5. The Black Island
6. King Ottakar's Sceptre
7. The Red Sea Sharks
8. Tintin In Tibet
9. The Broken Ear
10. The Crab With The Golden Claws
11. Land of Black Gold
12. The Castafiore Emerald
13. The Seven Crystal Balls
14. Prisoners Of The Sun
15. The Calculus Affair
16. Tintin And The Picaros
17. Tintin In America
18. Flight 714
19. The Shooting Star
20. The Secret Of The Unicorn
21. Red Rackham's Treasure
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Thanks, just orderd for my Son for Easter
10 DVD discs for 21 episodes? Mayhem.
It would seem that these are watered down versions of the episodes that i remember.
The voices are all canadian. Very disappointing if you are looking for some memories of childhood.
But still a good introduction to Tintin for a younger generation.
Has yours arrived yet? still waiting wanted for tomorrow... grrr

also used the code and have been charged over £8 for the disc???

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