the classical music used as incidental music for the Belvision Tintin series?
If there are still any Belvision fans around with all the tapes, can somebody help me find the specific episodes and times, please? I know quite a bit about classical music, so I'm curious about this.
For future reference -
the B&W semi-animated Belvision serials the BBC showed in the fifties
I know that there are at least two of these:Broken Ear
(produced: 1957)King Ottokar's Sceptre
(produced: unknown; broadcast on BBC: 1959)
As you wrote, I think that Mr. Campion did voice Tintin - unfortunately, I only know one source to back this up, so we can't know for sure.
off-air recordings of these
Fortunately for the Belvision fanatics (like you, and me!), at least a tape or two of Broken Ear
has made it into the new milennium, and possibly all of King Ottokar's Sceptre
narrated by Jean Nohain
Jean Nohain also narrated the French version of Broken Ear
- his name is included in the credits.
For more information about these, check my post here
This is very industrious of you, snowybella, but take care not to cross-post, as it can be hard to follow if very similar information is being posted in more than one thread at a time!
Let's keep all the current activity on a subject in one place!The Tidy Tintinologist Team