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Madeline (TV series) Jump to navigation Jump to search. Madeline is a television series, part of the Madeline media franchise. It began as a series of television specials, and then was continued as various seasons of the TV show.

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Sep 12, 1993 · An animated series based on the popular children’s books. Madeline, although the smallest girl in Miss Clavelle’s boarding school in Paris, nevertheless manages to get herself into one predicament after another, causing her friends and teachers no end of worry. In the end, though, she always comes out all right.

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Madeline (TV Series) In 1960, the Madeline stories were adapted to a one-hour color episode for the NBC series The Shirley Temple Show. In 1988, DIC Entertainment and Cinar adapted the first book into an animated television special for HBO. [8] Between 1991 and 1992, Cinar and France animation produced animated adaptations

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tv-y Ludwig Bemelmans’ beloved books inspired this animated series about a precocious Parisian girl who lives in a boardinghouse and shares adventures with 11 roommates.

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Madeline (TV Series) In 1960, the Madeline stories were adapted to a one-hour color episode for the NBC series The Shirley Temple Show. In 1988, DIC Entertainment and Cinar adapted the first book into an animated television special for HBO. [8] Between 1991 and 1992, Cinar and France animation produced animated adaptations

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Madeline and the girls help to reform an unhappy puppeteer in the Jardin de Luxembourg, who, because he never had the talent to be an opera singer, puts on marionette shows that twist the plots of classic fairy tales and disappoint children in the audience.

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Madeline is a television series, part of the Madeline media franchise. It began as a series of television specials, and then was continued as various seasons of the TV show. It began as a series of television specials, and then was continued as various seasons of the TV show.

Composer(s): Andy Street (score, songs, music), Judy Rothman (lyrics)

Madeline – Wikipedia

Madeline is a media franchise that originated as a series of children’s books written and illustrated by Ludwig Bemelmans, an Austrian-American author. The books have been adapted into numerous formats, spawning telefilms, television series and a live action feature film.

Book(s): See Madeline (book series)

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“Madeline” was picked up as a regular series in 1993 on The Family Channel. Production of episodes was moved to DiC studios. The series ran for 2 seasons during that time. TV.com. Free

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TVY7 • Family, Animation, Cartoons, Kids, Adventure • TV Series • 1993 Based on the classic children’s books by Ludwig Bemelmans, this award winning series chronicles the adventures of the little redheaded girl named Madeline, and the teacher and friends with whom she lives in Paris.

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Madeline is a television series, part of the Madeline media franchise. It began as a series of television specials, and then was continued as various seasons of the TV show. Background. In 1960, the Madeline stories were adapted to a one-hour color episode for the NBC series …

Genre: Children’s television series

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Madeline’s last two voice actresses, Andrea Libman and Chantal Strand, voiced two girl characters in the TV series Dragon Tales (as Emmy and Cassie, respectively). Madeline has two favorite colors: yellow (as stated in Madeline’s Birthday at the Zoo ) and blue (as stated in Madeline and the Show-off ).

Nickname(s): Thumbelina (by Leopold in the film)