The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn

Corrected entry: When the boat capsizes and the 3 sit on it, Haddock smacks his face and Snowy's head changes positions between frames.

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Correction: There's no continuity errors in the scene you describe, especially with Snowy. We see Snowy moving while the captain and Tintin are talking, and we see Snowy turn around to face the other direction when the captain hits himself.


Corrected entry: When Tintin picks up Barnaby's newspaper, he looks at the letters and instantly knows what the letters mean, despite there being over 74 anagrams for the letters. There is no mark visible on the paper to show him the order, just the prints.

Correction: Take a close look, you can see that the letters are already in the right order. He just writes them out to make it clearer.


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Tintin: We failed.
Captain Haddock: Failed. There are plenty of others willing to call you a failure. A fool. A loser. A hopeless souse. Don't you ever say it of yourself. You send out the wrong signal, that is what people pick up. Don't you understand? You care about something, you fight for it. You hit a wall, you push through it. There's something you need to know about failure, Tintin. You can never let it defeat you.



In Bagghar, Allan knocks out Haddock by hitting him on the head from behind. Later, Haddock tells Tintin it was Allan who knocked him out - how would he have seen him?



The newspaper where Barnaby leaves his fingerprints is Le petit vingtième, an inside joke to the children's supplement newspaper where Tintin's adventures were first published.