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Ellipse-Nelvana: Hergé’s cameos (“The Blonde Man”)

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Jack_Bauer
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#1 · Posted: 14 Jul 2004 13:49
Moderator Note: Combined two similar threads

Sorry if this is old news ( probably is), but I recently bought the Tintin 75th box set on dvd, and was delighted to see Hergé himself appear randomly throughout the whole series! Anyone else catch him everywhere?

James
Harrock n roll
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#2 · Posted: 15 Jul 2004 12:20
For more info you should check out the spot Hergé pages on this site.

Jack Bauer from 24, no?
Davies
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#3 · Posted: 13 Aug 2004 05:27
I have noticed that too!

In fact, he actually spoke in one episode "The Broken Ear" during the scene where he took a photograph of a glass cabinet. The voice was probably done by someone else!

Does anyone else know of any other speaking parts?
OJG
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#4 · Posted: 13 Aug 2004 12:47
You mean that guy with the blond hair? Yeah, I noticed that too. I was actually going to post a topic on here about that but didn't get round to it. I hadn't thought that it could be a tribute to Hergé, but it does look like a fair resemblance. Do you mean the guy that looks into Tintin's carriage on the train in The Black Island/one of the doctors seen with Krollspell at the end of Flight 714?

We all think of Tintin as a globetrotter, but this guy gets everywhere as well! The only ones I can't remember seeing him in are the two moon stories, but he probably appears somewhere in them too. I think he's in every other one.
Big Ren
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#5 · Posted: 13 Aug 2004 14:24
A cartoon version of Hergé also appears at the beginning of the 1969 Prisoners of the Sun animated film.
Tintinrulz
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#6 · Posted: 14 Aug 2004 01:46
I think I remember Hergé as one of the draughtsman in Destination Moon.
Richard
UK Correspondent
#7 · Posted: 14 Aug 2004 20:18
He also appears at the end of "Explorers on the Moon", when Baxter and a couple of other technicians cut into the rocket and enter it once it's landed back on earth.
decimusphostle
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#8 · Posted: 9 Sep 2004 04:20
He actually talks in "The Crab With The Golden Claws", when he appears as a reporter-"How does it feel to be a hero, Mr. Tintin?"
finlay
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#9 · Posted: 12 Sep 2004 13:21 · Edited by: Admin
He also appears at the end of "Explorers on the Moon", when Baxter and a couple of other technicians cut into the rocket and enter it once it's landed back on earth.
And he also appears halfway through that one; when they land on the moon he randomly and conspicuosly appears next to Baxter. I really felt that there they could have had a bigger crowd around them.

Edit: hey, how are you supposed to quote without manually copying and pasting? whenever I press "quote" it comes up with "[i][function][/i]"...

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number1fan
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#10 · Posted: 4 Jul 2005 09:23
Has anybody noticed in The Crab with the Golden Claws that the Japanese policeman posts a letter to Tintin next to it says Hergé?

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