L'Auberge du chien noir

Broadcast Run: 
2003 to 2017
Broadcast Medium: 
Television

L'Auberge du chien noir was a soap opera that was created by Sylvie Lussier and Pierre Poirier and was broadcast as of January 2003.

A horticulturist enamoured with his profession and an avid nature lover, Marc (Vincent Gratton) ended up in charge of managing a hostel right in the middle of the city. And his life was everything except mundane and predictable. Not at all surprising given that he was surrounded by a staff, which was to say the least "out of the ordinary"... an exasperating accountant, a mute chambermaid who knew how to make herself understood, a son who could do the most unexpected things, a prying and especially gifted half brother, a dog who was an ardent monarchist and a shrew dressed up as a mother who was always showing up unannounced.

The other leading actors were Aubert Pallascio (Georges), Denis Gagnon (Germaine), Roger Léger (Philippe), Lorilène and Marilou Lapierre (Mariane) and Julie Daoust (Ariane).

Written by Yvon Chouinard - January, 2012

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