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Tintin i Amerika - (Tintin)
Historie nr 1
BiSerie Tintin
Navn på historie Tintin i Amerika
Antall sider 62,0
Startside 1
Orginalt navn Tintin en Amérique
Orginalt år 1932
Orginalt blad Albumserien Les Aventures de Tintin
Orginalt nr 3
Orginal måned Januar
Informasjon/Beskrivelse Ble første gang publisert som føljetong i magasinet "Le Petit Vingtième" mellom 3. september 1931 og 20. oktober 1932.Ble opprinnelig publisert som eget album i 1932. Historien ble tegnet på ny og fargelagt i 1945.

Tintin, Snowy, Bobby Smiles, Bugsy Kidnap, Al Capone, The Australian , Maurice Oyle, Butch, Detective Andrews, Fred, Pedro Ramirez, Chief Keen-eyed Mole, Bull's Eye, Browsing Bison, Billy Bolivar Mike MacAdam, Marquis di Gorgonzola, Pietro, Lame Duck, Big Jim, Jake, Sam.
After a long journey in the Congo, Tintin goes to Chicago, to bust Al Capone and his gangsters. He is captured by gangsters many times but escapes. He also encounters Al Capone himself and catches him but the police don't believe him. After arresting a certain criminal, Tintin is congratulated by the police and sends him to talk to their boss. But he finds out that he is meeting Capone's mob rival, Bobby Smiles and the police is the Gangsters Syndicate of Chicago. On the lead to capture Bobby Smiles, Tintin goes to the Midwestern Town of Reddog City. Smiles fools the Blackfoot Indian Tribe about Tintin as a "paleface and a danger to their tribe". He is captured by them and after he escapes the tribe, stuck in a cave, he discovers oil. Unscrupulous oil corporations take over the tribe’s land. Finally, Tintin captures Smiles, and ships him back to Chicago in a crate. Bugsy Kidnap kidnaps Tintin's dog, Snowy. Tintin manages to save him and arrests most of the bald gangster's henchmen. Tintin later tricks and captures both Maurice and Bugsy Kidnap. After this escapade, Tintin is invited to a banquet held in his honour, where he is kidnapped by Chicago gangsters who have decided to wreak revenge upon him. The gangsters tie Tintin and Snowy to a weight and throw them into Lake Michigan.
Manus Georges Remi (Hergé)
Tegninger Georges Remi (Hergé)

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