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Season 1 Episode 7

Madeline and the Forty Thieves

Aired Unknown Nov 14, 1993 on Disney Channel
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Madeline and the Forty Thieves
It's Autumn. Girls decides to go out, goes to zoo, lost a hat, comes back home, loses more stuff. Madeline investigates, found that Pepito lost his bad hat, and the girls are not the only one. Investigates, find that almost everyone in town have been losing things. Calls Detctive, but returns empty handed. Tries again, found Pepito's hat on a poor girl. Follows her to the home of the poor, finds that the thieves are wild magpies who're just trying to help the poor (ala Robin Hood). Causes Madeline to decide to have a charity drive to help out too. Magpies thanks her by taking her flying.moreless

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    Louise Vallance

    Louise Vallance

    Miss Clavel, Genevieve (as S. Louise Vallance in Season 2+)

    Christopher Plummer

    Christopher Plummer

    Narrator (Specials 1-6, Seasons 1-3)

    Tara Strong

    Tara Strong

    Chloe (as Tara Charendoff) (Season 1)

    French Tickner

    French Tickner

    Lord Cucuface

    Paul De La Rosa

    Paul De La Rosa

    Genevieve (Specials 1-6)

    A. J. Bond

    A. J. Bond

    Pepito (Season 1)

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Danielle: But, Madeline, what will you do first?
        Madeline: Hmm, Pepito admired my missing mittens. I wonder... (Pepito walks into the balcony outside)

      • (After being frightened by a flying shadow on the wall, the girls quickly hide under the bed)
        Danielle: It is only Madeline, it is one of her tricks.
        Madeline: Excusez-Moi, Danielle. But how can that be me when I'm right here next to you?

      • Narrator: But the answer to that was left unsaid. So they sat down and broke their bread
        Girls: We love our bread, we love our butter, but most of all we love each other.
        Narrator: And brushed their teeth and went to bed.
        Miss Clavel: Bon Nuit, little girls. I hope you sleep well.
        Girls: Bon Nuit, dear Miss Clavel
        Narrator: Then Miss Clavel turned out the light. But tonight, there was no pillow fight for the little girls who had a terrible fright.

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