Tintin and the Golden Fleece (1961, Jean Pierre Talbot , Georges Wilson) in FRENCH, NO SUBTITLES - WITH REAL ACTORS, NO ANIMATION)
A.K.A: Tintin & the Mystery of the Golden Fleece
French movie made in 1961. There have only ever been two Tintin movies made (other one is called "Tintin & the Blue Oranges").
This was the first Tintin movie using actors to play the characters. The personalities of the characters are perfect and the adventure is just like a classic Tintin tale, although it was not written by Herge, instead it was created by Andre Barret and Remo Forlani.
Captain Haddock receives a letter at Marlinspike informing him that one of his old shipmates – Paparanic - is dead, and has left him a ship, the Golden Fleece. Tintin and the Captain travel to Istanbul to collect the vessel from the port. The ship is in terrible condition, and to their shock, a man immediately appears offering to buy the ship for a very high price. The Captain wisely refuses, but the man offers him his card, with a red crocodile pictured on the front, and "Karexport" written in large print. He also threatens the Captain. Several mishaps occur, but eventually the Golden Fleece sails to Athens with a mysterious crew.
Cast: Tintin – Jean-Pierre Talbot, Captain Haddock – Georges Wilson
Colour, 98 mins. IN FRENCH (No sub-titles