Madeline

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Disney Channel (ended 2007)

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    • Madeline (1952 cinematic short)
      The first known Madeline animation, produced in 1952. The characters are drawn to look exactly like from the book (very unlike the ones we see on TV today), and the narration is based on the book (the characters don't talk, only mumble incomprehensive French-like sounds. There's only a narrator reading out the rhymes from a script that's a splitting copy of the book's rhymes). In a nutshell, a exact replica of the book with animation, background music and sound effects thrown in. Originally made for the cinema (although it's only 10 minutes long), it can now be found in selected classic cartoon collection videos, as well as on Sony Columbia-Tristar's "Totally Tooned In" classic cartoon show, and as an extra on the 1998 Madeline live action movie DVD.moreless
    • Madeline (Live Action Movie)
      A live action film released by Columbia-Tristar in 1998, starring Hatty Jones and Frances McDormand. Please see The Madeline Movie Tome page for more information.
    • Episode 2
      Episode 2
      Episode 2
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      Based upon the Pulitzer Prize-winning book by Larry McMurtry and set in the late nineteenth century, this sprawling epic of the Old West is the story of the last defiant frontier, a daring cattle drive, and an undying love.
    • Episode 3
      Episode 3
      Episode 3
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      Based upon the Pulitzer Prize-winning book by Larry McMurtry and set in the late nineteenth century, this sprawling epic of the Old West is the story of the last defiant frontier, a daring cattle drive, and an undying love.
    • Madeline Special
      Episode 6
      6/8/89
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      "In an old house in Paris all covered with vines lived twelve little girls in two straight lines..." Thus begins this musical adaptation of the classic 1930's children's book about Madeline, the smallest and bravest of the twelve little girls. We meet Madeline, her housemates, and Miss Clavel, their loving guardian, and spend a typical day with them in glorious Paris. We visit the zoo and the skating rink and travel with the perky, carefree Madeline on a fantasy tour over the Seine and through the Louvre in a tiny plane. Then one day, Madeline lags behind during the girls' picturesque walk. That night Miss Clavel has a feeling that "something is not right." And sure enough, Madeline is awake and crying in bed. Dr. Cohn arrives, diagnoses appendicitis and takes Madeline, safely wrapped in a blanket, to the hospital. When Madeline is not back in the morning, the girls find they just can't get through their day without her. We see that Madeline has had a successful operation and is recuperating splendidly in a lovely hospital room. After two weeks, her housemates go to visit her, stopping to buy her some special presents. At the hospital, the girls watch in awe as Madeline sings "Voila, My Scar!" They're so impressed with the array of toys and dolls she has received that at night when they're home in bed, they beg Miss Clavel to have their appendixes taken out. Miss Clavel laughs and tells them to be thankful that they're well, and lovingly tells them to go to sleep.moreless
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