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Red Rackham's Treasure (Adventures of Tintin)

Red Rackham's Treasure (Adventures of Tintin)
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Website: Amazon
Manufacturer: French & European Pubns
Release date: 9 October 1985
ISBN-10 : 0416800106 | ISBN-13: 9780416800104
Tags: Tintin (3), 1940 (1), My 10s (1), Adventure (1), .42 (1), Shark Submarine (1), Professor Calculus (1), Marlinspike Hall (1), Sir Francis Haddock (1), Red Rackham (1), Island (1), Treasure (1), Treasure Hunt (1), *saipal (1), 02 (1), .cartoon (1)
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The Adventures of Tintin (24 books items)

"Tintin and the Captain have successfully found the co-ordinates of the island where Sir Francis was marooned after his encounter with Red Rackham. They go on a treasure hunt to the island. This is the book where we encounter Professor Calculus for the first time as he offers to let them use his ant-shark submarine to explore the ocean floor and look for the Unicorn."



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