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Professor Calculus's friend develops a blue-skinned orange that can grow on any kind of land and survive harsh weather (in the manner of Lue Gim Gong) and therefore solve world hunger. The Professor and his friends, however, run afoul of gangsters who also covet the fruit. The adventure takes them from their home in Marlinspike Hall (Moulinsart), a fictional mansion that is presumably in Belgium, to Spain, where Calculus and another scientist are kidnapped.

  1. Philippe Condroyer

    Director, Writer

  2. Hergé

    Characters

  3. André Barret

    Writer

  4. Rémo Forlani

    Writer

  5. René Goscinny

    Writer

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Original Title Tintin et les oranges bleues

Status Released

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  • December 18, 1964
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

Runtime 1h 45m

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