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Tintin is a young, but renowned investigative reporter who lives in Europe with his amazing dog, Snowy.
One day they stumble across a model of a legendary ship called the Unicorn at an outdoor market.
As soon as Tintin buys the model, he is confronted by two men, who both want to buy his boat…
… desperately, insistently and for no known reason. Especially one of them - Mr. Sakharine…
… Tintin refuses to sell, and with that, his adventure begins.
Then, Tintin discovers that, Unicorn holds a scroll that can lead to Sir Francis Haddock’s treasure from the 17 th century!!
Tintin puts the scroll in his wallet, but it gets stolen by a pick pocket.
Thinking that Tintin still has the scroll, sinister Sakharine kidnaps him (and stowaway Snowy)
and places them aboard the Karaboudjan cargo ship, that is sailing to Bagghar, Africa.
On board Tintin and Snowy meet captive and usually drunk Captain Haddock, descendant of Sir Francis Haddock.
They free him from his mutinous crew, bought off by Sakharine, and escape together.
Tintin realizes that there are three scrolls hidden inside each of the three models of the Unicorn, and Sakharine is after them!
Tintin’s Unicorn contained one scroll, Sahkarin has another one and the third one is in Bagghar.
But when put together, the scrolls will reveal the location of the sunken Unicorn, and its treasure.
Tintin is now determined to get to the third scroll and the treasure before his evil rival.
With the help of captain Haddock, Tintin and Snowy sail the oceans,
fly a seaplane,
crash-land in Africa,
and cross the Sahara desert on foot to get to Bagghar.
Hallucinating from the heat Haddock remembers the story of the Unicorn.
Sir Francis Haddock’s ship filled with treasures was attacked and sunken by a pirate Red Rackham the ancestor of Mr. Sakharin.
Now the battle between Haddock and Sakharin becomes personal.
The third model ship encased in a bullet- proof glass case is in Bagghar, owned by the wealthy Omar Ben Salaad.
Using the voice of a famous opera singer, Sakharine shatters the glass and his trained hawk steals the third scroll.
Tintin, Haddock and Snowy chase the thief down to the harbor, but to no avail.
Meanwhile, detectives Thompson and Thompson find Tintin’s wallet with the first scroll and deliver it to Tintin in Bagghar.
Sahkarin manages to steal it too and escapes with all three scrolls. Tintin’s spirit is crushed.
Captain Haddock encourages Tintin not to give up and Tintin comes up with a plan to stop Sakharin.
Failed? You can’t let it defeat you! You hit a wall? You’ve got to push through it!
Via radio Tintin gets in touch with the police back in Europe
and they promptly arrest Sakharine on the dockside.
Having all three scrolls, Tintin and Haddock finally find the map with a location of Haddock’s treasure at the bottom of the sea!
From that adventure they learned that you can reach any goal as long as you persevere and don’t give up.
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