Seabert (1984–1986)
"Bibifoc" (original title)

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Credited cast:
Diana Ellington ...
 Aura (1984-1985) (voice)
Melissa Freeman ...
 Tommy (1984-1985) (voice)
Ron Knight ...
 Graphite (1984-1985) (voice)
Bruce Robertson ...
 Announcer / ... (voice)
Morgan Upton ...
 Carbonne (1984-1985) (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jos Bergenhenegouwen ...
Jackie Berger ...
 Tommy (voice)
Arthur Boni ...
 Oom Smokey
Marc de Géorgi ...
 Narrator (voice)
Philippe Dumat ...
 Tamponne / ... (voice)
Coen Flink ...
Paul van Gorcum ...
 Various charachters
Gérard Hernandez ...
 Sulfuric (voice)
Hans Hoekman ...
Alfred Lagarde ...


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Release Date:

3 October 1985 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Seabert  »

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(26 episodes)


Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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(Theme song)
Composed by Richard de Bordeaux
Arrangements by Alain Mouysset as Alain Mouisset
Performed by Marie Dauphin
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Yes, I remember it It's called "Seabert"
27 September 2007 | by (So Cal) – See all my reviews

in the USA North America versions. I was the USA based English language release version casting director and supervisor; and I was proud to become the voice of Graphite, under my persona and the animation team development, as the series evolved in the US. The series for North America was named Seabert, and eventually went to HBO. The animation was contracted production to Mill Valley Animation at the time, while Image One had casting and voice tracking assignments. The home video episodes can still be found in many rental/retail market outlets. I'm giving it a warm vote 7 out of 10 and out of personal affinity, noting that most cartoons in the 80's had little to do with "green, socially rewarding and altruistic" content. Plus, we really had some fun.

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