The Adventures of Tintin

The Adventures of Tintin

  • TV-Y7
  • 1992
  • 3 Seasons
  • 8.3  (16,798)

The Adventures of Tintin features the escapades of the boy journalist Tintin who is talented at sniffing out a good story. He is also equally adept at attracting trouble. This series was originally created in the 1940s for a comic book series in Europe. The scenes contain elements of slapstick comedy which lend a humorous experience for the viewers. This is a classical adventure story that rolls at a fast pace on the screen. Viewers are kept on the edge of the seat as the protagonist manages to escape from some tight situations where he could easily be harmed or even killed. The boy, his dog and some of the characters they encounter are charming and colorful. They bring back a more nostalgic era of life that is a refreshing change from the super heroes that are currently trending in the media. Tintin is a hero also but he is not one who relies on supernatural powers to win his battles. Tintin is able to find allies and opportunities by using his wit as well as some luck. The viewer never knows what challenge is lurking around the corner while the protagonist tries to solve mysteries that started centuries ago. His curiosity and courage are admirable and remind us that even the average person has it in him or her to live a life of adventure if they want to. This fun, adventure movie incorporates modern animated film technology to deliver a riveting adventure story. Viewers will be amused too by the settings and props that reflect how people lived in the previous century. This alone helps to transport us to a fascinating time in history where sophisticated technology had not yet been invented. The presentation however has been created using top technological know-how so that the viewers can experience the scenes as if they were actually Tintin themselves. The film is suitable for family entertainment so that parents can safely let their children watch the program without worry of exposing them to violent scenes.

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Tintin in America
13. Tintin in America
July 18, 1993
Tintin is covering a story about gangsters in 1930s Chicago -- and what better way to do that than by going there?
Explorers on the Moon (2)
12. Explorers on the Moon (2)
July 11, 1993
Tintin, Captain Haddock, Calculus, the Thompsons and Wolff uncover the wonders of the moon.
Explorers on the Moon (1)
11. Explorers on the Moon (1)
July 4, 1993
Tintin, Captain Haddock, Professor Calculus and Wolff blast off to the moon. They soon discover that the Thompsons have somehow slipped on board.
Destination Moon (2)
10. Destination Moon (2)
June 27, 1993
Tintin and Captain Haddock have been asked to be part of the expedition to the moon, and they help Professor Calculus prepare for the launch.
Destination Moon (1)
9. Destination Moon (1)
June 20, 1993
After receiving a telegram from Professor Calculus, Tintin and Captain Haddock travel to meet him at the atomic center in Syldavia.
The Castafiore Emerald (2)
8. The Castafiore Emerald (2)
June 13, 1993
When Bianca Castafiore's prized jewel disappears, Tintin secretly investigates the situation.
The Castafiore Emerald (1)
7. The Castafiore Emerald (1)
June 6, 1993
After a gypsy fortune-teller foresees trouble in Captain Haddock's palm, misfortune strikes Marlinspike Hall.
Prisoners of the Sun (2)
6. Prisoners of the Sun (2)
May 30, 1993
In search of the prisoners and Professor Calculus, Tintin and Captain Haddock head for the Temple of the Sun.
Prisoners of the Sun (1)
5. Prisoners of the Sun (1)
May 23, 1993
Tintin and the captain travel to Peru in search of Professor Calculus.
The Seven Crystal Balls (2)
4. The Seven Crystal Balls (2)
May 16, 1993
Tintin and Captain Haddock discover that Professor Calculus has been kidnapped.
The Seven Crystal Balls (1)
3. The Seven Crystal Balls (1)
May 9, 1993
Tintin investigates the mysterious illness that coincidentally falls upon all seven members of a South American expedition.
The Red Sea Sharks (2)
2. The Red Sea Sharks (2)
May 2, 1993
Tintin and Captain Haddock try to stop a terrible refugee-smuggling ring and end up trapped with the other prisoners out at sea.
The Red Sea Sharks (1)
1. The Red Sea Sharks (1)
April 25, 1993
Tintin and Captain Haddock travel to Khemed to rescue the Emir from arms smugglers who have overthrown his government.
Description

The Adventures of Tintin features the escapades of the boy journalist Tintin who is talented at sniffing out a good story. He is also equally adept at attracting trouble. This series was originally created in the 1940s for a comic book series in Europe.

The scenes contain elements of slapstick comedy which lend a humorous experience for the viewers. This is a classical adventure story that rolls at a fast pace on the screen. Viewers are kept on the edge of the seat as the protagonist manages to escape from some tight situations where he could easily be harmed or even killed.

The boy, his dog and some of the characters they encounter are charming and colorful. They bring back a more nostalgic era of life that is a refreshing change from the super heroes that are currently trending in the media. Tintin is a hero also but he is not one who relies on supernatural powers to win his battles. Tintin is able to find allies and opportunities by using his wit as well as some luck. The viewer never knows what challenge is lurking around the corner while the protagonist tries to solve mysteries that started centuries ago. His curiosity and courage are admirable and remind us that even the average person has it in him or her to live a life of adventure if they want to.

This fun, adventure movie incorporates modern animated film technology to deliver a riveting adventure story. Viewers will be amused too by the settings and props that reflect how people lived in the previous century. This alone helps to transport us to a fascinating time in history where sophisticated technology had not yet been invented.

The presentation however has been created using top technological know-how so that the viewers can experience the scenes as if they were actually Tintin themselves. The film is suitable for family entertainment so that parents can safely let their children watch the program without worry of exposing them to violent scenes.The Adventures of Tintin is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (39 episodes). The series first aired on October 18, 1992.

The Adventures of Tintin is available for streaming on the Family Channel website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Adventures of Tintin on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    October 18, 1992
  • IMDB Rating
    8.3  (16,798)