Boulogne-Billancourt, France, October 1960: meeting with Jean-Pierre Talbot, a young Belgian actor aged 17 who will play the character of "Tintin" in the film "Tintin and the mystery of the Golden Fleece", from Jean-Jacques Vierne, after Hergé: here walking in the street, passing in front of the "Paris -Studios-Cinéma" studios where the interiors of the film will be shot, in the company of the designer Hergé, the latter holding the dog under his arm Snowy, a fox terrier, future partner of Jean-Pierre. (photo: Jack Garofalo / Paris Match / Scoop)
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