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    Tintin and the Blue Oranges (Pathe Consurtium Cinema, 1964). French Grande (47" X 63"). This live action film, based on the insanely popular European comic strip, was part of a series of films produced in France featuring the adventures of the globe-hopping reporter. This wonderful full-bleed French Grande features fantastic artwork by Tintin creator Herge (Georges Remi) with many of his characters featured. The top edge has four chips missing and there are small edge tears as well, with a large amount of erased pencil on the reverse that is just barely visible from the front; there is also fold wear and some crossfold separations, all of which has been addressed with professional restoration. Very Fine- on Linen.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2007
    13th-14th Tuesday-Wednesday
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