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DescriptionTintin and the Blue Oranges (Pathe Consortium Cinema, 1964). French Moyenne (22.75" X 31.25") George "Hergé" Remi Artwork.
Concerned about world hunger, Professor Calculus finds himself in trouble after receiving a mysterious blue orange that can be grown in the desert. It's up to flipped hair hero Tintin, his faithful companion Snowy, and the Captain to save the day in this live-action French adaptation of the popular comic by Hergé (Georges Remi). This delightful country-of-origin poster from the film features terrific artwork by Hergé of several characters, including Tintin, Snowy, the Captain, and the Thompsons. Light touchup has been applied to the folds and there is a bit of slight unaddressed edge wear in the bottom right border. Very Fine+ on Linen.
Estimate: $600 - $1,200.
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