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Encyclopedia > Tintin and the Lake of Sharks

Tintin and the Lake of Sharks (originally known as Tintin et le Lac aux Requins) is a Tintin animated film, directed by Raymond LeBlanc (1972). It was written not by Hergé but by the Belgian comics writer/artist Michel Regnier, a friend of Herge's who went under the name of Greg. It was later adapted into a comic book, where word balloons were added to still images from the movie (supposedly due to the fact that this was deemed cheaper than dubbing the film into other languages). The Adventures of Tintin (Les Aventures de Tintin), (Bande dessinée) drawn and written by the Belgian writer-artist Georges Remi a. ... Animation refers to the process in which each frame of a film or movie is produced individually, whether generated as a computer graphic, or by photographing a drawn image, or by repeatedly making small changes to a model (see claymation and stop motion), and then photographing the result. ... 1972 (MCMLXXII) was a leap year starting on Saturday. ... Georges Remi (May 22, 1907 – March 3, 1983), better known by the pen name Hergé, was a Belgian comics writer and artist. ... Michel Regnier, (May 5, 1931 - October 29, 1999) was a Belgian comic-book writer and artist, best-known by his pseudonym, Greg. ...

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Plot

Tintin, Snowy, and Captain Haddock head out to Cuthbert Calculus' estate on a mysterious lake in Syldavia. They end up discovering a large criminal gang in a base on the bottom of the lake ruled by Tintin's old enemy Rastapopoulos, who goes under the name of 'King Shark'. Calculus has invented a machine which can reproduce objects in three dimensions, which Rastapopoulos tries to steal to use in an art forgery racket. He tries to drown Tintin, but Tintin escapes. Rastapopoulos is apprehended by Tintin and Haddock. Tintin and Snowy (Tintin et Milou) Tintin and Snowy (Tintin et Milou) are a pair of world travellers who travel around the world in a variety of adventures from The Adventures of Tintin series of classic comic books drawn and written by Hergé. Tintin The character of Tintin was created... Tintin and Snowy (Tintin et Milou) Tintin and Snowy (Tintin et Milou) are a pair of world travellers who travel around the world in a variety of adventures from The Adventures of Tintin series of classic comic books drawn and written by Hergé. Tintin The character of Tintin was created... Captain Haddock (Capitaine Haddock) Captain Archibald Haddock (Capitaine Archibald Haddock) is a character in the comic book series The Adventures of Tintin. ... Tintin and Snowy (Tintin et Milou) are world travellers and inseparable friends in The Adventures of Tintin. ... Syldavia is a fictional Balkan country featured in the adventures of Tintin by Hergé. The language spoken is Syldavian. ... Rastapopoulos, in cowboy outfit from Flight 714 Roberto Rastapopoulos from The Adventures of Tintin series of classic comic books drawn and written by Hergé, is a Greek American tycoon (also known under fake name Marquis di Gorgonzola); he was apparently partly inspired by the Greek shipping tycoon Onassis. ...

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Opinions

Most Tintinologists do not consider this book a part of the official canon, and Hergé himself disowned it. Often the film is poorly rated. The main cast of the series. ...

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The Adventures of Tintin
Creation of Tintin · Books, films, and media · Ideology of Tintin
Characters: Supporting · Minor · Complete list
Miscellany: Hergé · Marlinspike · Captain Haddock's exclamations

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Tintin and the Lake of Sharks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (269 words)
Tintin and the Lake of Sharks (originally known as Tintin et le Lac aux Requins) is a Tintin animated film, directed by Raymond LeBlanc (1972).
Tintin, Snowy, and Captain Haddock head out to Cuthbert Calculus' estate on a mysterious lake in Syldavia.
They end up discovering a large criminal gang in a base on the bottom of the lake ruled by Tintin's old enemy Rastapopoulos, who goes under the name of 'King Shark'.
Tintin and the Golden Fleece - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (385 words)
Tintin and the Golden Fleece (originally known as Tintin et le mystère de la Toison d'or) is a film first released in France on December 6, 1961.
It was about Tintin, Captain Haddock and Snowy going to Istanbul to collect an old ship left to Haddock by his old friend, Paparanic.
Unlike most Tintin books, including the film book Tintin and the Lake of Sharks, it is not in comic strip form, but is made up of paragraphs and stills, some in colour, others in fl and white, from the film.
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