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[04:04.28]Very nearly there, sir.
[04:07.16]I have to say, your face is familiar. Have I drawn you before?
[04:10.41]Occasionally.
[04:11.54]Of course! I've seen you in the newspaper.
[04:14.37]- You're a reporter? - I'm a journalist.
[04:18.05]Be patient, Snowy, not much longer.
[04:44.74]I do beg your pardon.
[04:56.96]There.
[04:58.88]I believe I have captured something of your likeness.
[05:03.30]Not bad!
[05:05.22]What do you think, Snowy?
[05:08.97]Snowy!
[05:11.93]There you are, sir.
[05:13.56]Now where's he run off to?
[05:19.06]Anything?
[05:20.36]Nothing.
[05:26.41]Snowy!
[05:32.08]Where have you been?
[05:34.58]Chasing cats again?
[05:40.50]Snowy, look at this!
[05:56.27]Triple masted.
[05:58.60]Double decks. Fifty guns.
[06:02.23]Isn't she a beauty?
[06:04.15]That's a very unique specimen.
[06:06.05]That is from an old sea captain's estate.
[06:09.32]"The Unicorn."
[06:10.45]Unicorn. Man o'war sailing ship.
[06:13.12]It's very old, that is 16th century.
[06:15.95]17th, I would think.
[06:17.33]- Reign of Charles I. - Charles II.
[06:19.25]That's what I said, Charles II.
[06:20.80]As fine a ship as ever sailed the seven seas.
[06:23.13]You won't find another one of these, mate.
[06:25.67]And it's only two quid.
[06:29.68]- I'll give you a pound. - Done!
[06:36.39]Gently does it.
[06:38.48]Excuse me!
[06:39.64]Here you go. Careful.
[06:42.65]Hey, bud, how much for the boat?
[06:44.82]I'm sorry, I just sold it to this young gent.
[06:47.03]Oh, yeah?
[06:48.49]Tell me what you paid and I'll give you double.
[06:50.66]- Double? - Thanks. But it's not for sale.
[06:53.99]Look, kid, I'm trying to help you out.
[06:56.91]I don't think you realise this,
[06:58.83]but you're about to walk into a whole mess of danger.
[07:01.50]What kind of danger?
[07:04.04]I'm warning you, get rid of the boat
[07:05.34]and get out while you still can.
[07:07.80]These people do not play nice.
[07:10.34]What people?
[07:11.59]Wonderful!
[07:13.85]It's just wonderful.
[07:16.52]Don't bother wrapping it, I'll take it as is.
[07:18.77]Does anybody object if I pay by cheque?
[07:20.81]If you want to buy it, you'll have to talk to the kid.
[07:24.06]I see.
[07:25.86]Well, let the kid name his price.
[07:29.15]"Name his price"?
[07:32.32]Ten years I've been flogging bric-a-brac
[07:34.03]and I miss "name your price" by one bleedin' minute!
[07:36.62]I'm sorry. I already explained to the other gentleman.
[07:39.58]American he was. All hair oil and no socks.
[07:42.71]It's not for sale.
[07:45.21]Then let me appeal to your better nature.
[07:48.55]I have recently acquired Marlinspike Hall,
[07:51.05]and this ship, as I'm sure you're aware,
[07:53.45]was once part of the estate.
[07:55.22]Of the late sea captain?
[07:56.60]The family fell upon hard times. Lost everything.
[07:59.89]They've been living in a cloud of bad luck ever since.
[08:03.31]We are talking generations
[08:05.18]of drinking and irrational behaviour...
[08:08.07]I'm sorry.
[08:09.53]But as I told you before, it's not for sale.
[08:13.74]Good day to you, sir.
[08:19.58]That young man, what's his name?
[08:22.25]Him? Everybody knows him. That's Tintin.
[08:32.30]What is it about this ship?
[08:35.64]Why has it attracted so much attention?
[08:42.31]What secrets do you hold?
[08:53.07]Where is that magnifying glass?
[08:58.45]I could have sworn it was...
[09:08.84]Where could it possibly be?
[09:12.17]Snowy, you haven't seen the...
[09:15.47]Where is it?
[09:21.72]Thank you.
[09:25.64]No, Snowy!
[09:46.37]Look what you did.
[09:48.92]You broke it!
[09:50.92]Bad dog!
[10:01.01]Something happened on this ship.
[10:04.10]And we're going to the one place that could have the answer.
[10:07.69]Come on, Snowy.
[10:31.38]Here it is.
[10:33.55]"Sir Francis Haddock of Marlinspike Hall,
[10:35.79]the last captain of the ill-fated Unicorn.
[10:38.17]"The ship set sail from Barbados in 1676
[10:40.72]"on one of the most ruinous voyages in maritime history.
[10:44.26]"Ship never reached destination.
[10:46.18]"Attacked by pirates, all hands lost except for one survivor.
[10:50.44]"When Sir Francis was rescued and returned home,
[10:53.06]"he was convinced his name had been cursed.
[10:56.19]"The Unicorn's manifest stated
[10:57.65]"that it was carrying a
[10:58.57]cargo of rum and tobacco bound for Europe,
[11:00.32]"But it was long claimed the ship was carrying a secret cargo."
[11:06.24]What was the ship carrying, Snowy?
[11:10.75]"Historians have tried and failed
[11:12.64]to discover what happened on that fatal voyage,
[11:15.42]"but Sir Francis' last words,
[11:18.92]"'only a true Haddock will discover the secret of the Unicorn."'
[11:48.45]I've missed something, Snowy.
[11:51.46]We need to take a closer look at that model.
[12:05.89]Of course it's gone!
[12:08.06]How could I be so stupid?
[12:32.62]How'd you do that?
[12:38.34]Clever boy.
[12:57.44]A coat of arms.
[12:59.94]Why does that look familiar?
[13:02.49]Hang on a minute.
[13:04.95]That fish!
[13:06.74]It's a haddock.
[13:08.62]Of course! Marlinspike Hall is the old Haddock estate.
[13:14.21]Snowy!
[13:43.07]Well done, Snowy!
[13:44.74]Good boy.
[14:40.42]Well, well, well.
[14:42.88]It seems we've caught our thief.
[14:55.14]Welcome to Marlinspike Hall.
[14:57.81]I see you let yourself in.
[15:00.10]I came to retrieve my property.
[15:02.36]I'm sorry, I'm not sure I follow you.
[15:04.98]I think you do.
[15:06.48]This ship was stolen from my apartment less than an hour ago.
[15:09.82]I'm afraid you're mistaken, Mr. Tintin.
[15:12.57]There's no mistake. It belongs to me.
[15:14.83]Are you sure?
[15:18.37]Of course I'm sure.
[15:19.91]I took it home, I put it on a cabinet in the living room,
[15:22.38]and then Snowy chased the cat and knocked it over,
[15:26.46]and it fell.
[15:29.92]This isn't my ship.
[15:31.47]No. Indeed.
[15:34.55]I'm sorry.
[15:35.76]- It looks identical. - Well, looks can be deceiving.
[15:39.27]Yes, indeed. But I don't understand!
[15:43.31]Why did Sir Francis make two ships exactly alike?
[15:46.86]And you have one already. Why do you want another?
[15:51.36]What is it about this model that would cause someone to steal it?
[15:54.41]Goodness me, why so many questions?
[15:58.12]It's my job.
[15:59.54]There could be a story here. That's what I do, you see.
[16:02.58]Well, it's no great mystery.
[16:04.21]Sir Francis Haddock was a drunkard and a hopeless reprobate.
[16:07.21]He was doomed to fail,
[16:08.75]and he bequeathed that failure to his sons.
[16:12.51]So it's true! The Haddock line is cursed.
[16:17.81]- What else have you found out? - What is there to find?
[16:22.56]That depends what you're looking for.
[16:24.52]I'm looking for answers, Mr. Sakharine.
[16:28.07]You're looking in the wrong place.
[16:31.28]It's late.
[16:33.15]I think you should go home.
[16:35.24]This way, sir.
[16:52.13]It's a pity, sir.
[16:54.43]I'm sorry?
[16:55.59]That the mast broke on your model ship, sir.
[16:58.26]I hope you found all the pieces.
[17:00.85]Things are so easily lost.
[17:02.48]Nestor! Where are you?
[17:05.65]Good night, sir.
[17:11.61]Some things are easily lost.
[17:15.32]What did he mean by that, Snowy?
[17:17.74]What was he trying to tell me?
[17:20.45]Some things are easily lost.
[17:29.67]Snowy!
[17:36.97]Great snakes!
[17:45.64]What is it, Snowy?
[18:05.50]What's this?
[18:08.96]This was in the mast!
[18:17.76]Good boy, Snowy.
[18:24.02]"Three brothers joined.
[18:25.89]"Three Unicorns in company
[18:28.77]"sailing in the noonday sun will speak.
[18:32.02]"For 'tis from the light that light will dawn.
[18:35.65]"And then shines forth the Eagle's Cross."
[18:41.24]What are these markings?
[18:43.20]Some kind of secret language or code?
[18:46.91]It makes no sense.
[18:49.04]But it does explain why they ransacked the flat.
[18:51.71]They were looking for this, and they didn't find it.
[18:54.92]Which means
[18:58.42]they'll be back.
[19:01.18]No, I don't know where he is, dearie. I think he's gone out.
[19:04.47]And anyway, it's after dark,
[19:06.39]and Mr. Tintin is most particular
[19:08.53]about not admitting visitors after bedtime.
[19:11.90]I have to go back to my cocoa.
[19:14.07]I've got a very good book and a cup of cocoa.
[19:17.15]It's really lovely!
[19:19.07]Thank you, Mrs. Finch. I can look after this.
[19:25.33]Hey, kid, is that you? Open the door.
[19:29.37]What do you want?
[19:30.54]Look, the game is up. He's gonna be back.
[19:34.38]Now, I know he wanted those boats, but I swear to God,
[19:36.92]I never thought he'd kill anyone over it!
[19:38.88]Who? Who are you talking about?
[19:41.43]I'm trying to tell you that your life is in danger.
[19:43.97]Answer me! Who?
[20:05.45]Mrs. Finch! A man's been shot on our doorstep!
[20:09.45]- Not again. - Call an ambulance!
[20:15.54]No, Snowy!
[20:30.73]Can you hear me?
[20:32.23]Can you...
[20:42.78]The victim's name was Barnaby Dawes.
[20:45.45]He was one of the top agents at Interpol,
[20:47.99]but we haven't got a clue what he was working on.
[20:50.16]Quite right, Thompson. We're completely clueless.
[20:52.87]Interpol doesn't have any other leads?
[20:54.58]Steady on, Tintin. We're still filling out the paperwork.
[20:57.25]Police work's not all glamour and guns.
[20:59.23]There's an awful lot of filing.
[21:00.88]Well, I might have something for you.
[21:02.47]Before he lost consciousness, Dawes tried to tell me something,
[21:05.01]and I think he was spelling out a word.
[21:07.14]"...b- o-u
[21:09.76]"d-j-a-n.
[21:14.77]"Karaboudjan."
[21:16.23]Karaboudjan!
[21:18.31]Does that mean anything to you?
[21:19.57]Great Scotland Yard! That's extraordinary!
[21:21.86]What is?
[21:22.94]Worthington's have a half-price sale on bowler hats!
[21:25.40]Really, Thomson! This is hardly the time.
[21:28.32]- Great Scotland Yard! - What is it?
[21:30.41]Canes are half-price, too!
[21:31.54]Are you going to take charge of this evidence?
[21:33.20]Positively.
[21:34.46]Never fear, Tintin, the evidence is safe with us!
[21:39.13]Thomson? Where are you?
[21:41.34]Well, I'm already downstairs. Do try to keep up.
[21:46.63]Wait! You dropped this.
[21:48.80]Good heavens, Thomson! Look after the evidence, man.
[21:51.72]Sorry, Thompson. My mind is on other things.
[21:54.23]Yes. Our light-fingered larcenist.
[21:57.56]- What? - The pickpocket.
[21:59.02]He has no idea what's coming.
[22:01.65]Go on, Tintin, take my wallet.
[22:07.74]Yes, industrial strength elastic.
[22:10.41]Very resourceful.
[22:12.24]On the contrary. It was childishly simple.
[22:16.08]Simply childish, I agree.
[22:17.92]- Tintin. - Tintin.
[22:19.08]Gentlemen.
[22:22.00]Mind you, I expect he's miles away by now.
[22:24.59]I presume you're referring to the pickpocket?
[22:26.63]Yes. I mean, knowing we're just a few steps behind him.
[22:30.76]Snowy, what is it, boy? What do you see?
[22:33.51]I don't suppose you'd fancy a cup of tea?
[22:35.43]You're quite mistaken. I'd love one.
[22:37.81]My treat.
[22:41.36]- I've got you now! - You devil!
[22:43.48]Stop, in the name of the law!
[22:47.61]Got you!
[22:52.62]What's going on down there?
[22:54.79]Come on, Snowy!
[22:57.66]- I do beg your pardon. - Sorry, sir!
[23:00.12]The pickpocket, Tintin! He's getting away!
[23:03.79]My wallet!
[23:05.92]It's gone!
[23:09.88]Come on! Snowy, after him!
[23:12.30]Stop! Wait!
[23:26.65]- Got you! - Steady on.
[23:29.45]I've lost him!
[23:31.57]You must find my wallet.
[23:32.65]It's very important. I have to get it back.
[23:34.66]And you will. Leave it to the professionals.
[23:40.00]We've lost the scroll.
[23:41.92]But we haven't lost the story.
[23:44.34]"Karaboudjan."
[23:45.92]It's an Armenian word. That's our lead, Snowy.
[23:48.17]What was Barnaby Dawes trying
[23:49.34]to tell us when he said our lives were in danger?
[23:51.38]- Mr. Tin... Tin? - Yes.
[23:53.93]- Delivery for you. - But I didn't order anything.
[23:56.51]Well, that's because it's you that's getting delivered!
[24:03.35]Quick, get him in the van!
[24:08.03]Get off me, you confounded mutt!
[24:11.53]He bit me!
[24:13.20]Quick!
[24:43.56]Get him off!
[24:46.86]Shake him off, then run him over!
[25:34.11]I want this on the starboard side!
[25:43.70]Not here. Look your side.
[25:45.79]Hang on.
[25:47.12]- Nothing. - Well, check that pocket, Tom.
[25:48.79]No, I've looked in this one already, I'm sure of it.
[25:50.79]Well, have a look in his socks.
[25:54.88]- Have you found it? - He doesn't have it.
[25:57.05]It's not on him, boss. It's not here.
[25:58.43]- Not here? Then where is it? - Where's what?
[26:01.64]I am tired of your games. The scroll, from the Unicorn.
[26:05.10]A piece of paper like this!
[26:08.27]You mean the poem?
[26:10.52]Yes.
[26:12.27]- The poem written in Old English. - Yes.
[26:15.82]- It was inside a cylinder. - Yes.
[26:18.20]- Concealed in the mast. - Yes!
[26:22.12]I don't have it.
[26:25.50]You know the value of that scroll. Why else would you take it?
[26:30.04]Two ships and two scrolls, both part of a puzzle.
[26:34.00]You have one, you need the other.
[26:36.80]But that's not it. There's something else.
[26:41.22]I will find it, with or without your help.
[26:46.73]You need to think about exactly how useful you are to me.
[26:54.53]- We'll deal with him on the way. - Aye-aye, sir.
[26:57.15]Hold this course.
[27:05.87]Snowy!
[27:08.71]It's good to see you, too.
[27:10.09]See if you can chew through these ropes.
[27:16.96]He's lying! He must have the scroll.
[27:18.85]The question is, what has he done with it?
[27:21.14]We searched him all over, boss.
[27:22.97]I want you to go back down there and make him talk.
[27:25.81]Break every bone in his body if you have to!
[27:28.68]That's nasty.
[27:29.85]You know the stakes. You know what we're playing for.
[27:31.76]Just do it!
[27:32.90]Mr. Sakharine! Mr. Sakharine! All hell has broken loose!
[27:36.07]It's a disaster! The captain has come around.
[27:38.19]- What? - He's conscious.
[27:39.90]He's accusing you of mutiny.
[27:41.86]He says you turned the crew against him.
[27:43.77]Sounds like he's sobered up again.
[27:45.49]Well, don't just stand there. Get him another bottle.
[27:48.70]Aye, sir!
[27:59.26]Okay.
[28:18.28]- Jiggle it a bit, it's just stuck. - Jiggle?
[28:19.94]Here.
[28:23.07]What are you doing? Get off!
[28:26.03]It's not stuck, you idiot.
[28:27.68]He's bolted it from the inside!
[28:29.41]So you want to play like that then, do you, Tintin?
[28:32.16]Get the TNT.
[28:35.00]Broken crates. Rope. Champagne.
[28:39.59]What else do we have, Snowy?
[28:41.47]There are other ways to open this door.
[28:44.68]They'll be swabbing the decks with your innards when we're done with you.
[28:52.48]Give it here.
[29:18.67]- Don't move. - What...
[29:26.47]Let's go!
[29:28.60]Let me have him!
[29:30.39]He's got a big shooter!
[29:32.85]He got me!
[29:39.02]Hold your fire.
[29:47.53]He ain't here. He's vanished.
[29:52.20]He's hiding.
[29:53.50]Search the ship. Quickly!
[30:07.13]A giant rat of Sumatra!
[30:11.64]So, you thought you could sneak in behind me
[30:13.64]and catch me with my trousers down, huh?
[30:16.39]I'd rather you kept your trousers on,
[30:17.58]if it's all the same to you.
[30:18.56]I know your game. You're one of them.
[30:20.69]Sorry?
[30:21.61]They sent you here to kill me, huh?
[30:22.83]Look, I don't know who you are!
[30:24.36]That's how he's planned to bump me off.
[30:26.70]Murdered in my bed by a baby-faced assassin!
[30:31.24]Assassin? Look, you've got it all wrong.
[30:33.49]I was kidnapped by a gang of thugs.
[30:37.96]The filthy swine.
[30:40.71]He's turned the whole crew against me!
[30:43.05]Who?
[30:44.38]A sour-faced man with a sugary name.
[30:46.72]He's bought them all off, every last man.
[30:49.59]Sakharine!
[30:51.39]Nobody takes my ship!
[30:55.10]You're the captain?
[30:56.23]Of course I'm the captain. Who else could I be?
[30:59.52]I've been locked in this room for days
[31:02.90]with only whisky to sustain my mortal soul.
[31:13.78]Well, I assumed it was locked.
[31:15.58]Well, it's not.
[31:17.08]Now, you must excuse me.
[31:17.70]If they find me here, they'll kill me.
[31:20.25]I have to keep moving.
[31:21.17]Try and find my way off this drunken tub.
[31:24.46]"Tub"? Tub?
[31:31.51]Tub?
[31:41.10]- Thanks. - Pleasure.
[31:44.77]I'm Tintin, by the way.
[31:46.32]Haddock. Archibald Haddock.
[31:48.69]There's a longboat up on deck. Follow me.
[31:51.11]Hang on a second.
[31:52.53]Did you say "Haddock"?
[31:54.87]How could you let them escape?
[31:57.04]Find them. Find them both.
[31:59.62]Don't worry, we'll kill them, sir.
[32:01.20]No.
[32:02.12]You can kill the boy. Not Haddock.
[32:04.84]What? He's just a hopeless old soak.
[32:07.17]We should've killed him long since.
[32:09.46]You think it's an accident
[32:11.26]that I chose Haddock's ship, Haddock's crew,
[32:14.39]Haddock's treacherous first mate?
[32:17.85]Nothing is an accident.
[32:26.27]We go back a long way, Captain Haddock and I.
[32:30.03]We've unfinished business.
[32:32.99]And this time, I'm going to make him pay.
[32:38.08]We have to reach a locked door at
[32:39.73]the end of this corridor. This is gonna be tricky.
[32:42.33]You wouldn't happen to be related
[32:43.71]to the Haddocks of Marlinspike Hall, would you?
[32:45.96]Why do you ask?
[32:47.04]It's for a story I've been working on.
[32:48.59]An old shipwreck that happened off the coast of Barbados.
[32:51.34]A man o'war.
[32:52.37]Triple masted. Fifty guns.
[32:56.68]What do you know of the Unicorn?
[32:58.56]Not a lot. That's why I'm asking you.
[33:00.81]The secret of that ship is known only to my family!
[33:04.35]It's been passed down from generation to generation.
[33:07.40]My granddaddy himself, with his dying breath, told me the tale.
[33:13.07]And?
[33:14.91]Gone.
[33:16.87]What do you mean, gone?
[33:18.08]I was so upset when he kicked the bucket,
[33:19.81]I had no choice but to drown my sorrows.
[33:21.58]When I woke up in the morning,
[33:23.21]it was gone! I'd forgotten it all.
[33:25.21]- Everything? - Every last word.
[33:27.04]Well, is there somebody else in your family?
[33:28.12]Maybe they would know.
[33:30.21]Sir Francis had three sons.
[33:31.96]All but my bloodline failed.
[33:33.55]I am the last of the Haddocks!
[33:36.76]Did you say three sons?
[33:39.01]Let's check below!
[33:40.93]There is a bottle of rum for the man who finds Haddock.
[33:43.43]And kill the boy. Hope I find him first.
[33:46.44]What's that?
[33:48.65]You're hearing things.
[33:50.11]Quiet, Ali.
[33:54.03]There's nothing there.
[33:55.86]Let's go up.
[33:58.28]I know what Sakharine's looking for.
[33:59.95]What are you raving on about?
[34:01.66]It was written on the scroll.
[34:03.79]"Three brothers joined.
[34:05.79]"Three Unicorns in company
[34:07.14]sailing in the noonday sun will speak."
[34:09.25]Really?
[34:10.63]Sir Francis didn't make two models of the Unicorn.
[34:14.01]He made three!
[34:15.76]Three ships for three sons.
[34:19.01]Excellent!
[34:22.14]Sakharine's after the third model ship.
[34:26.48]Barnacles! Someone's locked the door!
[34:28.77]- Well, is there a key? - A key?
[34:34.11]Yes, now, that would be the problem.
[34:42.83]Mr. Jaggerman!
[34:44.49]Top bunk in the centre. Keeper of the keys.
[34:47.79]Careful, mind. He's a restless
[34:49.51]sleeper on account of the tragic loss of his eyelids.
[34:52.63]- He lost his eyelids? - Aye.
[34:54.50]Now, that was a card game to remember.
[34:58.01]You really had to be there.
[35:00.80]I'd do this myself, Tintin,
[35:02.26]but you've a lighter tread and less chance of waking the boys.
[35:06.02]Are you sure this is a good idea?
[35:08.13]You've nothing to worry about.
[35:10.31]Provided they all stay asleep.
[35:13.19]I wouldn't get too close to Mr. Hobbs.
[35:15.94]He's very handy with a razor.
[35:20.78]And I'd steer clear of Mr. Gitch.
[35:26.79]Sacked as a shepherd on account of his "Animal husbandry."
[35:58.07]Not the sandwich.
[35:59.74]The keys!
[36:20.72]You're a brave lad, Tintin.
[36:22.68]My heart was in my mouth, I don't mind telling you.
[36:25.30]Well, that is, if it was my heart.
[36:29.64]Judging by my stomach, it could've been anything, really.
[36:31.56]Hurry up, Captain! We've no time to lose.
[36:34.10]Bingo!
[36:36.36]Just the necessities, of course.
[36:44.95]To the lifeboats.
[36:47.16]Ease it in!
[36:51.04]Put your back into it!
[36:52.29]Hold her there, steady!
[36:54.50]Any sign of him, Jumbo?
[36:55.96]Nothing yet. Watch yourself.
[36:57.49]The boss says he's a handful.
[37:11.64]Come on.
[37:33.12]It's Allan.
[37:34.62]Is that the bridge?
[37:35.70]Aye, on the other side of the radio room.
[37:38.67]Radio room?
[37:40.63]Wait here, Captain. Sound the alarm if anyone comes.
[37:43.84]Careful, Tintin.
[37:47.84]I can't see a thing!
[37:49.22]Quit your whining and find the kid!
[37:52.18]I didn't sign on for this!
[37:53.98]Keep searching!
[37:55.60]Message just come through, boss.
[37:57.09]What's it say?
[37:57.98]"The Milanese Nightingale has landed.
[38:00.76]Waiting in the wings for action."
[38:03.32]"Milanese Nightingale"?
[38:05.24]Now pray this cheers him up.
[38:23.55]"Bagghar."
[38:26.22]What's this?
[38:28.18]"The Sultanate of Bagghar
[38:32.89]"Ruled over by Sheikh Omar Ben Salaad,
[38:35.89]"Whose love of music and
[38:37.27]culture is matched only by his love of..."
[38:42.07]Great snakes!
[38:48.91]Bagghar.
[38:52.91]The Port of Bagghar.
[38:55.25]Morocco.
[39:04.84]Tintin!
[39:08.55]Hey! Put your hands up!
[39:15.10]And let that be a lesson to you!
[39:17.85]Help me!
[39:28.95]In here! He's in here!
[39:35.24]Here! By the lifeboats!
[39:36.83]Out of the way!
[39:38.41]After him! Get him!
[39:48.05]Quick, quick, in here!
[39:54.76]Over there!
[39:56.81]Why, you little...
[40:17.70]- He's up there! - Go!
[40:24.21]I can see him now!
[40:32.51]Don't let them get away!
[40:38.26]Help me!
[40:46.19]- Turn this ship around! - Aye, sir!
[40:47.86]Get me a flare!
[40:55.32]Captain, get down! Get down!
[41:00.37]- There he is! - Get out of the way!
[41:07.09]Now! Full ahead! Full speed!
[41:15.55]Got you now.
[41:18.30]Stay down.
[41:31.03]Look! Down there!
[41:44.91]Idiots! You idiots! What have you done?
[41:47.63]We killed them, boss, like you wanted!
[41:49.84]No! Not like I wanted! I needed Haddock alive!
[41:54.47]Wait a minute, boss! There are two boats missing!
[41:57.93]So, that one must have been a decoy.
[42:09.06]They're onto us, and our destination.
[42:12.40]Find them! Make absolutely certain they never reach Bagghar!
[42:17.16]Yes, boss.
[42:22.37]Get up there!
[42:32.71]We have to get to Bagghar ahead of Sakharine.
[42:34.67]I know. I know.
[42:37.01]Why?
[42:38.30]Because he has the third model ship.
[42:40.64]How do you know?
[42:43.22]The Sheikh collects old ships. And this
[42:46.98]is the prize of his collection.
[42:50.73]Blistering blue barnacles, that is the Unicorn!
[42:53.98]Captain, do you see the distortion around the model?
[42:55.99]Aye.
[42:57.11]It means that Ben Salaad exhibits
[42:58.81]it in a bulletproof glass case in his palace.
[43:01.20]And Sakharine is going there to steal it!
[43:03.99]Yes, he has a secret weapon.
[43:04.88]The Milanese Nightingale.
[43:06.66]But that won't be enough to solve the mystery,
[43:08.29]and that is why Sakharine needs you.
[43:11.71]That's why he made you his prisoner.
[43:13.38]There is something he needs you to remember.
[43:18.30]I don't follow you.
[43:21.22]I read it in a book.
[43:23.51]That only a true Haddock can discover the secret of the Unicorn.
[43:33.06]I don't remember anything about anything.
[43:35.02]But you must know about your ancestors,
[43:36.48]Sir Francis. It's your family legacy!
[43:37.94]My memory is not what it used to be.
[43:39.45]- Well, what did it used to be? - I've forgotten.
[43:43.62]Captain,
[43:45.58]can you get us to Bagghar?
[43:47.87]What sort of a stupid question is that?
[43:51.54]Give me those oars!
[43:52.47]I'll show you some real seamanship, laddie.
[43:55.71]I'll not be doubted by some
[43:57.77]pipsqueak tuft of ginger and his irritating dog!
[44:01.51]I am master and commander of the seas!
[44:07.22]I know these waters better than the warts on my mother's face!
[44:13.56]Look at the pair of them. Fast asleep.
[44:16.86]Typical landlubbers. Aye, no stamina these days.
[44:20.90]Never mind. I'll get you there, Tintin.
[44:41.09]Look, Thomson. There's the fellow.
[44:45.22]Oh, my.
[44:56.40]- Mr. Silk? - Yes?
[44:58.94]- My name is Thompson. - And Thomson.
[45:01.24]- We're police officers! - We're police officers!
[45:04.95]Oh, crumbs.
[45:08.70]Good gracious!
[45:10.16]- Mr. Silk! - Mr. Silk!
[45:11.54]- Dear, oh, dear, oh, dear. - Are you okay?
[45:13.29]Poor fellow!
[45:17.00]- Are you all right? - Are you all right, sir?
[45:19.09]- Here, let me help you up. - Thank you, that's very kind.
[45:21.71]- No need to run away, sir. - No, no, you see,
[45:24.13]yesterday we very nearly caught
[45:25.49]the pickpocket who's been terrorising the town!
[45:27.64]Pickpocket?
[45:28.72]We pulled his jacket off and
[45:30.30]inside we found a wallet.
[45:32.10]A wallet with your name and address!
[45:34.06]- That's my wallet. - Well, it's obvious he stole it from you.
[45:36.31]No, no, that's my wallet.
[45:37.40]Are you all right, sir?
[45:38.40]We didn't mean to startle you.
[45:39.57]Let us help you into your apartment.
[45:41.48]Thank you so much. No need to come in.
[45:43.14]I'll be quite all right, really.
[45:44.61]No, we insist.
[45:46.13]Better safe than sorry.
[45:47.32]- It's the least we can do. - Thank you.
[45:49.70]There we are.
[45:52.16]Good grief! What's all this?
[45:54.29]It's my collection?
[45:56.83]- What a lot of wallets! - I can't help it.
[45:59.79]It started with coin
[46:01.02]purses and sort of went on from there, really.
[46:03.92]You want to be careful. Haven't you heard?
[46:05.90]There's a pickpocket about.
[46:07.26]Yes, he'd love this. Can you imagine?
[46:09.29]What do you mean, "Pickpocket"?
[46:11.10]A master criminal.
[46:12.64]A bag-snatching, purse-pilfering,
[46:14.24]wallet-lifting sneak thief!
[46:16.39]I'm not a bad person.
[46:18.81]I'm a kleptomaniac.
[46:21.19]- A what? - It's a fear of open spaces.
[46:24.11]Poor man.
[46:24.79]No wonder he keeps his wallets in the living room.
[46:27.03]Wallets.
[46:27.59]I just can't resist the lovely little things.
[46:30.87]It's a harmless little habit, really.
[46:33.62]Good heavens, Thomson, look at this!
[46:35.34]His name's Thompson, too.
[46:36.96]What a coincidence.
[46:38.08]No, Thomson, this is Thomson without a "P," As in "Psychic."
[46:40.88]No, no, no, it's Thompson with a "P," As in "Psychologist."
[46:44.09]Look at this one! A green one that I managed to pick
[46:46.51]from a pickpocket actually pickpocketing at the time.
[46:48.89]- And this one! Cuir de cochon. - No, you have it all wrong.
[46:50.68]There is a "P" In "Psychic."
[46:51.97]I am not your sidekick! You are mine!
[46:53.72]Smell it, won't you? Piggy leather!
[46:55.20]No, you have it all wrong.
[46:56.39]- How dare you! - How dare you!
[46:58.39]- I met you first. - I met you first.
[47:00.19]- No, you didn't. - Yes, I did.
[47:01.27]- No, you did not. - Yes, I did.
[47:02.40]- Didn't! - Did!
[47:03.52]Listen! I can't stand it any more!
[47:05.94]All right, I'll come quietly.
[47:08.20]Take them! Take them! Take them all!
[47:10.74]Stop it. Pull yourself together, man!
[47:12.91]We can't take your wallets! Do we look like thieves?
[47:15.75]Good heavens, Thompson.
[47:18.12]This looks familiar.
[47:19.71]Can't be.
[47:21.75]It is!
[47:23.34]- Tintin! - Tintin!
[47:33.30]I'm so cold.
[47:36.10]And thirsty.
[47:40.81]My throat is parched.
[47:42.77]Let's see if there's any fresh water.
[47:52.95]What have we here?
[47:59.83]Tintin.
[48:03.79]Come and warm yourself, laddie.
[48:06.05]Captain?
[48:08.26]- What have you done? - No need to thank me.
[48:10.97]What?
[48:12.18]Well, you looked a little cold, so I lit a wee fi

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