Tintin et les oranges bleues

Synopsis: In this live-action adaptation of the comic, Professor Calculus has just written a book called "The Earth is Starving". He appears on television to appeal to the scientists of the world to work towards a solution to the hunger problem. Soon afterwards, he receives a package from a Spanish professor, Antenor Zalamea, which contains a blue orange that can be grown in desert soil. Calculus travels to Spain, but a criminal emir who wants the discovery for himself kidnaps both professors. Tintin and Captain Haddock come to the rescue with the help of some local children.
 
IMDB:
4.8
Year:
1964
105 min
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ANDRE BARRE and ROBERT LAFFONT present

an ALLIANCE DE PRODUCTION

an ALLIANCE DE PRODUCTION

CINEMATOGRAPHIQUE (PARIS)

CINEMATOGRAPHIQUE (PARIS)

and PROCUSA (MADRID) co-production

TINTIN AND THE BLUE ORANGES

TINTIN AND THE BLUE ORANGES

with the famous characters of Herg's

cartoons (Editions Casterman)

Story and dialogue by Andr Barret

Directed by Philippe Condroyer

Captain Haddock:
Jean Bouise

Tintin:
Jean-Pierre Talbot

Tintin:
Jean-Pierre Talbot

Professor Calculus: Flix Fernandez

Director of photography: Jean Badal

Director of photography: Jean Badal

Cameraman:
Jean Charvein

Adaptation:
Andr Barret, with the

collaboration of Philippe Condroyer,

Remo Forlani, Ren Goscinny and the

scientific advice of Jacques Bergier

Remo Forlani, Ren Goscinny and the

scientific advice of Jacques Bergier

Music by Antoine Duhamel

Castafiore:
Jenny Orlans

Professor Zalamea: Angel Alvarez

Nestor:
Max Elloy

Nestor:
Max Elloy

The Thom(p)son Twins:

Franky Francois, Andr Marie

Pablito:
Pedro-Maria Sanchez

Francesito:
Salvador Begueria

Special thanks to: Pierre Desgraupes

Special thanks to: Pierre Desgraupes

Director of production:

Rafael Carillo

Director of production:

Rafael Carillo

Sets:
Pierre-Louis Thvenet

Editing:
Madeleine Bibollet

First Assistant Director:

Enrico Isacco

Script Supervisor: Lucie Lichtig

General Assistant Director:

Jean-Pierre Spiri-Mercanton

Production Administrator:

Jacques Brua

Production Secretary:

Jacqueline Choquet

Head of Wardrobe: Tanine Autre

Location Manager: Louis Seuret

Head of Makeup:
Charly Koubesserian

Dog Handler:
Daniel Fernandez

Costumes by:
La Belle Jardinire

Shoes by:
Raoul

GTC Laboratory, Joinville

Paris-Studio Cinema, Billancourt

GTC Laboratory, Joinville

Paris-Studio Cinema, Billancourt

Eastmancolor Film

certification no. 2901 1

There are four books

in today's overview:

by Nicolas Chaumartin -

'A Life of Saint Apostrophe';

Sybille de Bois-Vouvray will present

her latest novel, 'Domestic Loves';

Sybille de Bois-Vouvray will present

her latest novel, 'Domestic Loves';

Jean-Luc Tapon will talk to you about

'The Underwater Trumpet',

and finally we will begin with a book

by Professor Cuthbert Calculus,

by Professor Cuthbert Calculus,

'The Hungry World'.

We should say straight away

that this is no ordinary book.

Firstly because of the well-known

nature of Professor Calculus. . .

Firstly because of the well-known

nature of Professor Calculus. . .

Has it started?

Yes, Professor, it's started. . .

er. . .on the other hand, because of the

very problem addressed by the book,

and which concerns all of us -

the problem of hunger.

Professor Calculus' book is, on

the contrary, a passionate book,

Professor Calculus' book is, on

the contrary, a passionate book,

a sort of generous appeal

to the world's conscience,

so that it helps to find a solution

to this dramatic situation

where every day in the world

thousands of men and women

are dying of hunger.

That's right, isn't it, Professor?

Not at all!

Not at all!

Absolutely not, young man!

It's not a novel.

The book is an appeal.

The development of the deserts

and the cultivation of arid soils

is the only solution.

The future of humanity

will be guaranteed the day we are

able to grow oranges in the Sahara

will be guaranteed the day we are

able to grow oranges in the Sahara

and potatoes at the North Pole.

I am launching an appeal

to scientists the world over

I am launching an appeal

to scientists the world over

to unite and focus - as a matter

of priority, don't you think? -

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Hergé

Georges Prosper Remi (French: [ʁəmi]; 22 May 1907 – 3 March 1983), known by the pen name Hergé ([ɛʁʒe]), was a Belgian cartoonist. He is best known for creating The Adventures of Tintin, the series of comic albums which are considered one of the most popular European comics of the 20th century. He was also responsible for two other well-known series, Quick & Flupke (1930–40) and The Adventures of Jo, Zette and Jocko (1936–57). His works were executed in his distinct ligne claire drawing style. Born to a lower middle-class family in Etterbeek, Brussels, Hergé began his career by contributing illustrations to Scouting magazines, developing his first comic series, The Adventures of Totor, for Le Boy-Scout Belge in 1926. Working for the conservative Catholic newspaper Le Vingtième Siècle, he created The Adventures of Tintin in 1929 on the advice of its editor Norbert Wallez. Revolving around the actions of boy reporter Tintin and his dog Snowy, the series' early installments – Tintin in the Land of the Soviets, Tintin in the Congo, and Tintin in America – were designed as conservative propaganda for children. Domestically successful, after serialisation the stories were published in book form, with Hergé continuing the series and also developing both the Quick & Flupke and Jo, Zette and Jocko series for Le Vingtième Siècle. Influenced by his friend Zhang Chongren, from 1934 Hergé placed far greater emphasis on conducting background research for his stories, resulting in increased realism from The Blue Lotus onward. Following the German occupation of Belgium in 1940, Le Vingtième Siècle was closed but Hergé continued his series in Le Soir, a popular newspaper controlled by the Nazi administration. After the Allied liberation of Belgium in 1944, Le Soir was shut down and its staff – including Hergé – accused of having been collaborators. An official investigation was launched, and while no charges were brought against Hergé, in subsequent years he repeatedly faced accusations of having been a traitor and collaborator. With Raymond Leblanc he established Tintin magazine in 1946, through which he serialised new Adventures of Tintin stories. As the magazine's artistic director, he also oversaw the publication of other successful comics series, such as Edgar P. Jacobs' Blake and Mortimer. In 1950 he established Studios Hergé as a team to aid him in his ongoing projects; prominent staff members Jacques Martin and Bob de Moor greatly contributed to subsequent volumes of The Adventures of Tintin. Amid personal turmoil following the collapse of his first marriage, he produced Tintin in Tibet, his personal favourite of his works. In later years he became less prolific, and unsuccessfully attempted to establish himself as an abstract artist. Hergé's works have been widely acclaimed for their clarity of draughtsmanship and meticulous, well-researched plots. They have been the source of a wide range of adaptations, in theatre, radio, television, cinema, and computer gaming. He remains a strong influence on the comic book medium, particularly in Europe. Widely celebrated in Belgium, a Hergé Museum was established in Louvain-la-Neuve in 2009. more…

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