With a little industry, you can find a cheap DVD player that is either region-free out of the box, or hackable with a simple remote-control code. And then you could avail yourself of any official Eurpopean release with an English soundtrack. Which is all of them, I think. Here's a code-free DVD player vendor:
And here's a page where you can find out whether the model you own already can be adjusted. (By the way; avoid any hacks that advise you to adjust firmware. If you can't do it by simply issuing a numeric code command and/or adjusting a "hidden" menu option, it's not worth risking the possibly irreversible damage to the machine.)http://www.dvdcodes.net/
All that said, you might also check a certain site I'm not sure I'm permitted to name in this context, for the Malaysian VCD set, which I believe is an official release. This was my first set of Tintin series videos, and to the best of my knowledge predates the DVD releases. A VCD is essentially a CD with video information, less compressed than on a DVD, the picture quality about equivalent to a VHS cassette. (VCDs are still very popular in the East, never much caught on in the West.) It's rare to find a VCD with chapter stops or menus: usually you have to navigate them linearly as you would a videotape ... but most DVD players will read them, and any computer with a CD-ROM drive plus Quicktime (Mac) or Windows media player (PCs) can play them.
The Tintin VCD set is not versatile. One soundtrack (English) nor can you remove the Malay subtitles that are burned into the image. Plus, before each story starts, and between episodes, there are a few Malay commercials. (Unlike the DVD releases, the VCDs do not "weld together" episodes of a two-part story, but rather present them as separate installments, as they were first broadcast. And there is only one story per disk.) On the plus side, having the broadcast versions is fun (you get to hear Tintin's "It all started..." summaries of the previous episode), and the opening and closing credit sequences are the American/Canadian ones. And, as with CDs, you can create backup copies.
There is also to be found a Lake of Sharks VCD out there, but you'd have to get that separately, as it is not part of the VCD television series set.