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Tintin et Moi: Comparing the book and documentary?

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jock123
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#11 · Posted: 13 Oct 2004 16:42
The book hasn’t ever been translated to English, and given how long it has been out in its various versions, doesn’t seem a hot prospect for it either...

The film is available in English as a bonus disk with some of the 75th anniversary DVD sets, as an edition of 5000, which may be a pan-European figure, rather than a specifically UK one (there are at least a couple of threads about it, I seem to recall, one of which has a link to an online vendor - HMV, I think).
edcharlesadams
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#12 · Posted: 14 Oct 2004 10:26
Negotiations have started as to the publication of "Tintin et Moi: Entretiens avec Hergé" in English in time for Hergé's centenary in three years' time. Can't say any more than that at the moment... ;-)

Ed
Harrock n roll
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#13 · Posted: 14 Oct 2004 12:23
Ed said:
Negotiations have started as to the publication of "Tintin et Moi: Entretiens avec Hergé" in English in time for Hergé's centenary in three years' time.

That really is great news Ed, I hope these negotiations lead to something. Even with my limited French I found it an indispensible and compelling book.
Tintinrulz
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#14 · Posted: 29 Dec 2011 08:47 · Edited by: Tintinrulz
Any more news on the Tintin et Moi book receiving an English translation? 2011 is almost done and dusted. Thanks

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