De Geheimzinnige Ster (The Shooting Star , The Star of Mystery) (1959)

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De Geheimzinnige Ster

De Geheimzinnige Ster

English Title: The Shooting Star

De Geheimzinnige Ster (The Shooting Star , The Star of Mystery) (1959)

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  • Traditional Animation
  • Belvision
  • Distributed by: Belvision
  • Cartoon Characters: Kuifje, Professor Zonnebloem, Kapitein Haddock, Jansen.
    French Version: Milou, Capitaine Haddock, Dupont, Dupond, Tintin, Professeur Tournesol, Janssen.
    English Version: Capt. Haddock, Thomson, Thompson, Tintin, Professor Calculus.
  • Voice Actors: Martin Brozius, Joop Doderer, Coen Flink, Pieter Lutz.
    French Version: Roger Carel
    , Jean Clarieux, Hubert Deschamps; Full Voice Cast Full Voice Cast...
  • Directed By Ray Goossens.
  • Originally Released in December of 1959 (Estimate).
  • Color
  • Belgium  Belgium

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English Titles: "The Shooting Star" and "The Star of Mystery."
Foreign Language Title: "L'étoile Mystérieuse (French)."

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