Les Aventures de Colargol facts for kids
Les Aventures de Colargol is a French-Polish animated television series which ran for 53 episodes of 13 minutes each, created by Albert Barillé after the Colargol created by Olga Pouchine and broadcast from November 9, to 1974 on the Deuxième chaîne de l’ORTF. The series has been successfully exported to many countries.
In Quebec, it was broadcast in the fall of 1973 in the " Bagatelle" program block on Télévision de Radio-Canada.
In 1969, Albert Barillé, independent producer, financed the series himself (in the face of opposition by French channel ORTF) and entrusted the production to Tadeusz Wilkosz, founder of the Polish studio Se-ma-for.
The happy and singing adventures of a bear cub named Colargol whose only desire is to sing. Unfortunately, he doesn't have the talent for it.
|#||Episode Name||Original air date|
|01||TBA||November 9, 1970|
|52||TBA||January 31, 1974|
|53||TBA||January 31, 1974|
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