Original ending to "The Shooting Star"

Here is the original ending to "The shooting Star", omitted from the books. Capitan Haddock, Professor Calys (renamed Phostle in the English edition) and Tintin are interviewed on the radio after returning form the North Pole about the significance of their trip. Herge plays a joke on his editor and the paper shortages during the war: Tintin's says in the last frame "There is a lot more I would like to say, but our editor tells me there is no more paper." This is adopted from the controversial book "Tintin mon copain" by Leon Degrelle. More will be coming from this book.

October 19, 2007 10:57 PM | « Previous | Main | Next »


hahah!I never knew that before!But I prefer the normal ending ;)

Posted by: ez_fx at January 20, 2008 03:26 PM

Good one. Thanks

Posted by: Sami at June 22, 2008 09:55 AM
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