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Belle and Sebastian 

Belle et Sébastien (original title)
Mountain-based adventures of a young boy and his dog in a small village in the southern Alps.
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2   1  
1968   1965  

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Cast

Series cast summary:
Mehdi El Glaoui ...  Sébastien 23 episodes, 1965-1968
Cécile Aubry ...  La narratrice / ... 10 episodes, 1965-1968
Edmond Beauchamp Edmond Beauchamp ...  César 14 episodes, 1965-1968
Dominique Blondeau Dominique Blondeau ...  Jean 13 episodes, 1965
Paloma Matta Paloma Matta ...  Angelina 13 episodes, 1965
Flanker Flanker ...  Belle 13 episodes, 1965
Jean-Michel Audin Jean-Michel Audin ...  Docteur Guillaume 12 episodes, 1965
Maurice Poli ...  Norbert Legrand 10 episodes, 1965
Pierre Massimi Pierre Massimi ...  Berg 10 episodes, 1965
Albert Dagnant Albert Dagnant ...  Johannot 10 episodes, 1965
Louise Marleau ...  Sylvia Lambert 10 episodes, 1968
Martine Capdevielle Martine Capdevielle ...  Jeannette 10 episodes, 1968
Jean-Pierre Andréani Jean-Pierre Andréani ...  Bertrand 10 episodes, 1968
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Mountain-based adventures of a young boy and his dog in a small village in the southern Alps.

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Apparently for promotional reasons and because no credits were listed, the impression was given that Mehdi El Glaoui sang the various theme songs of the three seasons. In 2009, Mehdi admitted that he did try to record them at his mother's behest, but he felt he did a poor job and convinced her to shelve them. In fact, two of them were sung by members of the boys' choir Les Petits chanteurs d'Asnières, which later on spawned the popular group Les Poppys. The first season's title song 'Belle' was by a still unknown singer, but the well-known "L'Oiseau", from the second series, was performed by Bruno Victoire Polius, who as a teenager shot to fame as the lead singer of the Poppys hit single "Non non rien n'a changé". Harry Trowbridge, also of Les Poppys, recorded "La sirène aux longs cheveux" for the third and final season, called 'Sébastien et la Mary-Morgane'. See more »

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Featured in Paws, Claws & Videotape (2010) See more »

Soundtracks

L'Oiseau
(Title Theme)
Lyrics by Cécile Aubry
Music by Daniel White and Éric Demarsan
[theme for the second season]
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Classic from my childhood
15 March 2020 | by oxboskSee all my reviews

Fabulous evocative of a fictional France that everybody wanted to exsist but probably never did. An French equivalent of the Ealing Comedies


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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

26 September 1965 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Bella i Sebastian See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Gaumont Television See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(39 episodes) | (13 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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