Bungalow Blues

Broadcast Run: 
1996 to 1997
Broadcast Medium: 
Television

A 30-minute situation comedy written by Christian Fournier and broadcast in 1996 and 1997 on TVA.

This story featured a couple of babyboomers who decided to leave the suburbs and go back to living in the city. The parents were hoping that this move would drive their two children, now in their twenties, to leave home and move into their own apartment. In fact, the opposite occurred, as the young adults not only remained at home but brought in their respective girlfriend and boyfriend, thereby creating an incredibly crowded living situation.

Raymond Bouchard played the father and Francine Ruel, the mother. The roles of the children were played by Éric Brisebois and Sandra Dumaresq. Amongst the other actors in the cast: Chantal Lacroix and Martin David Peters. P.A. Morin was the director.

Written by Yvon Chouinard - September, 2008

 

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