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Vote for your top choice from the list below. This poll is based upon the selector "The Adventures of Tintin: A quiz" by Cuthbert Calculus.

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Abdullah: Bratty, six year old prankster son of Emir Ben Azab.
Allan: Rastapopoulos's henchman, earlier a duplicitous first mate of Haddock. He was known originally as Allan Thompson, but when English translations began to appear, this was shortened down to Allan to avoid confusion.
Bianca Castafiore: “The Milanese Nightingale”, opera star friend. Has a "thing" for Capt. Haddock.
Bobby Smiles: Chicago gangster who made several attempts on Tintin’s life.
Captain Chester: An old seadog friend of Captain Haddock.
Captain Haddock: Good friend of Tintin, especially in later adventures. Actively retired naval captain with a drinking problem. Prone to fits of anger and expletives. Lives with Tintin.
Chong-chen Chang: Orphan that Tintin rescued from a flood and later from a plane crash. One of Tintin's closest friends. Has a psychic bond with Tintin. The character is based upon a real friend of Hergé.
Colonel Sponsz: Evil police and security chief.
Cuthbert Calculus: Absent-minded, deaf professor. Lives with Tintin. The character was inspired by Swiss scientist Auguste Piccard (1884-1962).
Emir Ben Azab: Abdullah’s father.
General Alcazar: Strong jawed soldier involved in banana republic revolutions when he is not performing as a vaudeville knife thrower.
General Tapioca: Alcazar's enemy and evil right-wing dictator.
J.W.Muller: Another villain. (A.K.A. Mull Pasha, Professor Smith)
Jolyon Wagg: Talkative insurance agent for Rock Bottom Insurance Co. Oblivious to the fact that he annoys most people.
Nestor: Tintin and Captain Haddock's butler. Formerly employed by the bad Bird brothers.
Oliveira da Figueira: Portuguese salesman.
Pablo: Mexican who has tried to kill Tintin, then seemingly was a friend.
Roberto Rastapopoulos: Millionaire film producer, drug runner, slave trader.
Piotr Skut: Estonian plane pilot, tried to shoot Tintin’s boat, but later became Tintin’s friend and ally.
Snowy: Tintin's loyal white fox terrier. Imbibes Loch Lomond whiskey.
Thompson and Thomson: The bungling detectives. They have slightly different names, therefore they claim not to be brothers, yet there is that striking resemblance.
Tintin: Our young hero looks to be about 14, does not spend time at the typewriter nor does he file stories, yet somehow he became a world-renowned journalist. He packs light, yet never seems to lack for necessities. Quite possibly, Robert Séxé, a war correspondent, was Hergé's inspiration.
Mr. Bolt: A handyman who is always slow to get the job done.
Al Capone: Only character in the series named for and based on a real person. Al "Scarface" Capone (1899-1947), the notorious gangster, ruled crime-ridden Chicago in the 1920's.
Ridgewell: British explorer who lives with the Arumbaya Indians. He is also a ventriloquist.