Bagatelle

Aired Friday afternoons during the summer of 1974.
This half-hour show was aimed at children under the age of 10. It was divided into two segments, the first with Pierrette Boucher and called Au Jardin de Pierrot. The segment featured French-Canadian folk songs. Boucher, a former music teacher, led the proceedings.
The last half of the show was dedicated to independent films, particularly from new producers. Contributing production houses included Toronto's Nelvana Films, Moreland Latchford, the Visual Education Centre and Communicalp Films. .

 

Written by John Corcelli - August, 2006