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The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn
(2011)
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Composed, Conducted, and Produced by:

Orchestrated by:
Conrad Pope
John Neufeld
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LABELS & RELEASE DATES
Sony Classical
(International)
(October 25th, 2011)

Sony Classical
(American)
(December 13th, 2011)
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ALBUM AVAILABILITY
Regular commercial release, available internationally on CD in October of 2011 but not available in America on CD until December of that year. The album presentations are identical.
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AWARDS
Nominated for an Academy Award and a Grammy Award.
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