We must leave, Sahib, or we will freeze to death Bad weather is coming He’s right, Tintin, old lad You’ve done everything humanly possible Tharkey! Captain! Wait! There’s something yellow up on that rock face! It’s a scarf! It must belong to Chang There! Just below that ledge – See for yourself – No, Sahib Only an experienced climber with proper boots and equipment could climb that What scarf? That scarf! I don’t see any scarf! Maybe the wind blew it there Or maybe it was the Yeti Well, Yeti or no Yeti, I’m checking out that scarf – Well, I’m not going with you – Fine! The Captain and I will find Chang Chinese silk! It has to be Chang’s He must’ve come this way Let’s go Ok, Captain… Stay to the side and you’ll find a foothold Tharkey was right Chang could never have climbed this Captain! I’ll try and swing over Easy, Captain Blue blistering barnacles! It’s useless – Can you pull me up? – Not a chance The slightest move, and we’re done for Try climbing I can’t get a grip My hands are numb Can you drop your backpack? Not without untying this rope That’s it, then, I’ve got no choice Captain! What are you doing?
Casting off moorings, old friend Captain, no, don’t do it! Better than both of us going down Aw, clumsy fool! Take out your knife and cut it No! Yooee! Tharkey! Tintin! Thanks, Tharkey, we owe you one No, Sahib. It is I who owe you Your devotion to Chang has taught me about friendship I should never have left you A storm is coming We must find shelter or we will freeze Just behind these rocks Hurry! The tent is our only hope I willl get stones to weigh down the corners Confounded wind! Captain! Let go! The Yeti! I… I… I don’t believe it! We must keep moving He knows where we are Must rest Sleep Captain, no! Captain, get up! You’ll freeze! Sahib! Sahib! Look! A monastery! Captain, wake up! There’s a monastery down there! 5 more minutes We’ll have to carry him What’s that? The White Goddess is angry White Goddess! It’s only an avalanche Look! Blessed Lightning has a vision I see 2 men and a boy They fall! They fall from the heavens! This boy, he has a Great Heart With him is little dog, white as powder snow Great Heart is swallowed by a cloud of white He is at the end of his strength Snowy? Get help, Snowy Take this to the monastery To the monastery, Snowy No, Snowy You must deliver the message The message will keep You don’t see a bone like this every day But what about Tintin? He must be a mad dog! Stop him! Look out! Mad dog! Mad dog! He is cornered! Careful! Don’t miss him! No!
Can you not see? This is Powder Snow from Blessed Lightning’s vision There are men in danger in the mountains We must follow him All right All right, I’m coming This must be the monastery How did I get here? Tintin! I, the Grand Abbot of Khor-Biyong, welcome you But was there not another in your party? He’s still sleeping, sir Well, I’m up and at ’em now! – Captain! – Tintin! Tharkey! Good to see ya! Who’s the guy with the fancy lid? Captain Haddock, meet the Grand Abbot His monks pulled us from the avalance Please sit down, Rumbling Thunder Thanks Grand Admiral Tell me, why do you risk your lives in our mountains? We’re searching for a friend of mine who is lost in a plane crash Aah!… the falling steel bird But that was many nights past Your friend cannot still be alive It’s like this, Grand Abbey! Tintin had this bizarre dream that Chang is still alive So he drags us into these mountains to look for him I know it sounds crazy, but in my heart I’m sure of it The love you show is noble, but foolish The mountains of Tibet keep those they take The Grand Mufti knows what he’s talking about, Tintin! You’ve got to face facts Listen to Rumbling Thunder Even he sees the truth And now you must leave We cannot permit strangers amongst our order End your quest and return to your land, Great Heart Farewell, Powder Snow Let’s go, Snowy Great Heart, please wait! You forgot this Excuse me I see I see Horn of Yak Blistering barnacles! Where’s a camera? Nobody’s going to believe this A cave in the mountain A young boy is there Chang! How d’you set this thing? He lays on bed of juniper branches But who is this approaching him? Cannot see… Wait OK! The Migou! Aw… missed it! Never mind that… he saw Chang! Where is this boy? Where is who? The boy you saw on the juniper branches I do not understand what you mean Go in peace, Great Heart! – Chang! – Please, Sahib, not again! I can take you no further I know, Tharkey, you must go back, but my journey isn’t finished I wish you well, Sahib The Horn of the Yak is a large mountain 2 days to the North Blessed Lightning saw Chang there laying in a cave You’re not really buying this hocus pocus business, are you!? He also said something about a… “Migou” The Migou? Then your friend is better off dead Migou is our word for Yeti The Migou is a devil on earth! Stay far from the Horn of the Yak, Great Heart I understand, Grand Abbot Thank you for your wisdom If we hurry, we can catch Tharkey You go, Captain. I’m headed North
Blue blistering barnacles! Don’t you know when to give up? I guess not Look, if the cold doesn’t kill you, the avalanches will! And if you survive those, chances are you’ll run into this Abominable Snowblower everybody is talking about I’m not leaving until I find out what happened to Chang Fine! But if you insist on getting yourself killed, don’t expect me to join you! I don’t Thank you Captain for all you’ve done And for being such a good friend! If you come to your senses, meet me in Nepal I’ll wait there for a couple of days Goodbye, Captain! Chang! The Horn of the Yak! Ahoy, landlubber! Thought you’d finally got rid of me, did ya? Captain! You changed your mind! The home of the Yeti! Wait! Wait! Wait! I’m getting fed up! We’ve been here for 3 hours waiting for this confounded Migou of yours to poke his nose out! Patience, Captain! Just a little longer – The Yeti! – Thundering typhoons! There it is! It’s going It’s disappeared! Now’s my chance to see if Chang’s in there OK, here! Take the camera OK, warn me if he comes back! OK, try to get a shot of him! If you hear me whistle, clear out! Come on, Tintin! Hurry up and get out of there! Chang!… Who? Who’s there…? Chang! Chang! You’re safe! Tintin! I knew you would come! You’re burning up with fever! I’ll be OK Just get me out of here Why doesn’t he hurry? Blistering Hang on, Chang. Not much further Tintin! Look out! Run, Chang! Hang on, Tintin, I’m coming! B- b-b-bomb! It was an atomic bomb, wasn’t it? Are we all dead? No, Captain! Come on Help me before the Yeti comes back How did you manage to survive that crash, Chang? When the plane went down, I was the only survivor I tried to find help, but I guess I fainted When I came to, I could not believe my eyes It was the Yeti! I realized he meant me no harm He gave me some biscuits that he found in the wreck When I regained some strength, I carved my name on a stone,
in case someone came One day the Yeti rushed in, picked me up and quickly climbed out of the cave We were high above the valley when I saw the search party I waved and shouted, but nobody noticed Help! Help! Here! So I threw my scarf towards them And that’s all I remember until I heard your voice But what did you do for food? It’s been 2 weeks! The Yeti brought me roots and berries to eat Probably fattening you up for his own main course! No, Captain. I don’t think so Anyway, I’m beat! How about a bit of a rest? Where is my handkerchief? The Grand Abbot? Blessed Lightning foretold of your return I come to bow in homage before you, Great Heart! Me? But I Your devotion to your friend is to be honored May I present you with this scarf of silk Allow us to take you to our monastery Homeward bound at last! I can hardly wait! A farewell from the Yeti He’s alone now Until someone catches him I hope that never happens They’d treat him like a wild animal I can’t help think that deep down, – He has a human soul – Who knows, Chang? Who knows? The End…