The Crab with the Golden Claws (1947) Claude Misonne

The Crab with the Golden Claws (1947)
aka Le crabe aux pinces d'or
Genre: Animation (Stop Motion) | Adventure
Country: Belgium | Director: Claude Misonne
Language: English | Subtitles: None
Aspect ratio: 1.33:1 | Length: 58mn
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Tintin is informed by the Thompsons of a case involving the ramblings of a drunken man, Kelber, later killed, found with a scrap of paper from what appears to be a tin of crab-meat with the word Karaboudjan scrawled on it. His subsequent investigation and the kidnapping of a Japanese man interested in talking to him leads Tintin to a ship also called the Karaboudjan.

This first Tintin movie was made by Wilfried Bouchery and Cle Keerbergen-Malines Belg. The film was made using limited resources,using stop motion animation, but really captures the flavour and storyline of the book on which it was based. There were only two theatrical screenings of the film; the first at the ABC Cinema on 11 January 1947 for a group of special invited guests, while the other one was shown in public on December 21 of that year, before Bouchery declared bankruptcy and fled to Argentina. A copy of the film survived and was stored at Belgium's Cinémathèque Royale. At first available to watch for paying members of the Tintin club. On 14 May 2008, the film was released on PAL DVD in France by Fox Pathe Europa.
 The Crab with the Golden Claws (1947)

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