Madeline

Broadcast Run: 
1994 to 1995
Broadcast Medium: 
Television

A Canada-France co-production, this animated series captured Ludwig Bemelman's classic tales of a mischievous girl named Madeline, the smallest and most troublesome of 12 girls at a convent school in Paris, France. Narrated by Canadian actor Christopher Plummer, the stories followed Madeline's exploits, and included:Madeline and the Gypsies where she travelled with a circus, Madeline's Rescue where she is rescued by a courageous dog, Madeline and the Bat Hat, Madeline in London, and Madeline's Christmas where she helped care for her sick friends.

Broadcast: 1994 -1995
Time Slot: Saturday 8:00 pm
Running Time: 30 minutes

Production Company: Cinar Films (Montreal) and France Animation, in association with the Global Television Network and the Family Channel
Executive Producers: Micheline Charest, Ronald A. Weinberg

Written by Joanne Ingrassia - May, 2002

 

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