History Recap / TintinRedRackhamsTreasure

16th Jan '16 9:10:30 PM Premonition45
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: When Haddock wonders if the treasure is hidden somewhere on the deserted island, Tintin says that the treasure's probably aboard the sunken Unicorn, since Francis Haddock would have brought it home with him when he was rescued. As it turns out, he did bring it back, hiding it in Marlinspike Hall.
3rd Jan '16 10:22:13 PM Premonition45
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* GameChanger: From this story onward, Haddock and Calculus live a life of luxury in Marlinspike Hall, with most stories beginning or at least taking place partially there. Although Tintin himself doesn't move into Marlinspike Hall, we almost never see his old apartment in any of the following adventures.



* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: From this story onward, Haddock and Calculus live a life of luxury in Marlinspike Hall, with most stories beginning or at least taking place partially there. Although Tintin himself doesn't move into Marlinspike Hall, we almost never see his old apartment in any of the following adventures.
15th Aug '15 6:35:11 AM StFan
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** ComicBook/SpirouEtFantasio: In the album ''Le Groom Vert-de-Gris'', a re-imagination of ''Spirou'' set during the Nazi occupation of 1942, Fantasio gets stuck in a similar fully automatic machine for cleaning clothes as the one used by professor Calculus in ''Red Rackham's Treasure''.

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** ComicBook/SpirouEtFantasio: ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio: In the album ''Le Groom Vert-de-Gris'', a re-imagination of ''Spirou'' set during the Nazi occupation of 1942, Fantasio gets stuck in a similar fully automatic machine for cleaning clothes as the one used by professor Calculus in ''Red Rackham's Treasure''.
22nd Jun '15 3:37:45 PM MarkLungo
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* TheLongitudeProblem: The protagonists originally thought that the coordinates on Francis Haddock's parchments had the Greenwich meridian as the prime meridian. Tintin correctly figures that the French naval officers under UsefulNotes/LouisXIV were using the Paris meridian as their reference point.

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* TheLongitudeProblem: UsefulNotes/TheLongitudeProblem: The protagonists originally thought that the coordinates on Francis Haddock's parchments had the Greenwich meridian as the prime meridian. Tintin correctly figures that the French naval officers under UsefulNotes/LouisXIV were using the Paris meridian as their reference point.



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22nd Apr '15 11:53:07 PM Menshevik
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: In the original French, François de Hadoque (in the English translation: Sir Francis Haddock) was given the château of Moulinsart (Marlinspike Hall) by Louis XIV as a reward for his services in 1695. The problem with that: Moulinsart is situated in the environs of Brussels, i. e. in a part of the world that at the time belonged not to France, but to the Spanish Netherlands.

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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: In the original French, François de Hadoque (in the English translation: Sir Francis Haddock) was given the château of Moulinsart (Marlinspike Hall) by Louis XIV as a reward for his services in 1695. The problem with that: Moulinsart is situated in the environs of Brussels, i. e. in a part of the world that at the time belonged not to France, but to the Spanish Netherlands.Netherlands and the HolyRomanEmpire.
22nd Apr '15 11:52:30 PM Menshevik
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: In the original French, François de Hadoque (in the English translation: Sir Francis Haddock) was given the château of Moulinsart (Marlinspike Hall) by Louis XIV as a reward for his services in 1695. The problem with that: Moulinsart is situated in Belgium in the environs of Brussels, i. e. in a part of the world that at the time belonged not to France, but to the Spanish Netherlands.

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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: In the original French, François de Hadoque (in the English translation: Sir Francis Haddock) was given the château of Moulinsart (Marlinspike Hall) by Louis XIV as a reward for his services in 1695. The problem with that: Moulinsart is situated in Belgium in the environs of Brussels, i. e. in a part of the world that at the time belonged not to France, but to the Spanish Netherlands.
22nd Apr '15 11:51:51 PM Menshevik
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: In the original French, François de Hadoque (in the English translation: Sir Francis Haddock) was given the château of Moulinsart (Marlinspike Hall) by Louis XIV as a reward for his services in 1695. The problem with that: Moulinsart is situated in Belgium in the environs of Brussels, i. e. in a part of the world that at the time belonged not to France, but to the Spanish Netherlands.
17th Nov '14 8:17:04 AM Patachou
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''Red Rackham's Treasure'' (1944) is the 12th adventure of {{Tintin}} and a direct sequel to [[Recap/TintinTheSecretOfTheUnicorn The Secret of the Unicorn]]. In the previous tale Tintin and Captain Haddock had discovered three parchments revealing the location of the Unicorn, a sunken ship. Said ship contains the treasure of famed pirate Red Rackham. In this adventure, the two friends set out on a naval expedition to locate the treasure. Accompanying them are Thomson and Thompson, determined to protect them from Max Bird, who escaped from prison after the previous book ([[RedHerring though he never shows up]]).

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''Red '''Red Rackham's Treasure'' Treasure''' (1944) is the 12th adventure of {{Tintin}} and a direct sequel to [[Recap/TintinTheSecretOfTheUnicorn The Secret of the Unicorn]]. In the previous tale Tintin and Captain Haddock had discovered three parchments revealing the location of the Unicorn, a sunken ship. Said ship contains the treasure of famed pirate Red Rackham. In this adventure, the two friends set out on a naval expedition to locate the treasure. Accompanying them are Thomson and Thompson, determined to protect them from Max Bird, who escaped from prison after the previous book ([[RedHerring though he never shows up]]).



* TheLongitudeProblem: The protagonists originally thought that the coordinates on Francis Haddock's parchments had the Greenwich meridian as the prime meridian. Tintin correctly figures that the French naval officers under LouisXIV were using the Paris meridian as their reference point.

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* TheLongitudeProblem: The protagonists originally thought that the coordinates on Francis Haddock's parchments had the Greenwich meridian as the prime meridian. Tintin correctly figures that the French naval officers under LouisXIV UsefulNotes/LouisXIV were using the Paris meridian as their reference point.
5th Oct '14 2:21:39 PM Patachou
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* ShoutOut: The album is read by Kramer to his son in ''Film/KramerVsKramer''.

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The album is read by Kramer to his son in ''Film/KramerVsKramer''. ''Film/KramerVsKramer''.
** ComicBook/SpirouEtFantasio: In the album ''Le Groom Vert-de-Gris'', a re-imagination of ''Spirou'' set during the Nazi occupation of 1942, Fantasio gets stuck in a similar fully automatic machine for cleaning clothes as the one used by professor Calculus in ''Red Rackham's Treasure''.
4th Oct '14 8:05:00 AM Patachou
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Red Rackham's Treasure (1944) is the 12th adventure of {{Tintin}} and a direct sequel to [[Recap/TintinTheSecretOfTheUnicorn The Secret of the Unicorn]]. In the previous tale Tintin and Captain Haddock had discovered three parchments revealing the location of the Unicorn, a sunken ship. Said ship contains the treasure of famed pirate Red Rackham. In this adventure, the two friends set out on a naval expedition to locate the treasure. Accompanying them are Thomson and Thompson, determined to protect them from Max Bird, who escaped from prison after the previous book ([[RedHerring though he never shows up]]).

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Red ''Red Rackham's Treasure Treasure'' (1944) is the 12th adventure of {{Tintin}} and a direct sequel to [[Recap/TintinTheSecretOfTheUnicorn The Secret of the Unicorn]]. In the previous tale Tintin and Captain Haddock had discovered three parchments revealing the location of the Unicorn, a sunken ship. Said ship contains the treasure of famed pirate Red Rackham. In this adventure, the two friends set out on a naval expedition to locate the treasure. Accompanying them are Thomson and Thompson, determined to protect them from Max Bird, who escaped from prison after the previous book ([[RedHerring though he never shows up]]).


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* ShoutOut: The album is read by Kramer to his son in ''Film/KramerVsKramer''.
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