Season 3 Episode 22

Madeline at the Eiffel Tower

Aired Unknown Feb 03, 1996 on Disney Channel
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Madeline at the Eiffel Tower
Visiting the Eiffel Tower to perform a scientific experiment, Madeline and Pepito get locked at the top when the elevator brakes down.

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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)

    David Morse

    David Morse

    Pepito (Season 2)

    French Tickner

    French Tickner

    Lord Cucuface

    Britt Irvin

    Britt Irvin

    Danielle (My Fair Madeline), Nicole (Season 3) (as Brittney Irwin in "My Fair Madeline")

    Paul De La Rosa

    Paul De La Rosa

    Genevieve (Specials 1-6)

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

      • At the beginning of the episode, Miss Clavel is doing a demonstration with the class. She gives them a bowling ball and a feather. She has them drop them from the top story window of the house covered in vines and says that because the bowling ball landed first, that means that the heavier object hits the ground first. This is scientifically wrong. Scientist Galileo Galilei's famous experiments prove that gravity pulls down objects of differenting weights at the same rate. The only reason for the feather's slower descent is air resistance, due to its large surface area.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • (Miss Clavel, the girls, and Pepito sit down and rest about halfway up the Eiffel Tower stairs)
        Danielle: I cannot go one more step, Miss Clavel. I am afraid of heights.
        Miss Clavel: That is alright, Danielle. I am a bit dizzy myself. Oooh! (to the girls and Pepito) Let us all go back down.
        Pepito: Back down?
        Madeline: Now? But we have not yet gone to the top.
        Miss Clavel: Only the elevator goes to the top.
        Pepito: But I do not want to walk down. So I will jump. (grabs the stair railing as if he's going to climb up and jump off)
        Miss Clavel: (gasp) No! (stops Pepito)
        Pepito: It was a joke, Miss Clavel.
        Miss Clavel: But not a funny one, Pepito.

      • Narrator: Down through the sky, the egg was sent, but who could tell where that egg went?

      • Madeline: (singing) Paris has the Arc / Paris has the dome / Paris has a sense of style you'll never find in Rome / Paris has the springtime sun for every little flower / But Paris would not be the same without the Eiffel Tower.

      • Nicole: Miss Clavel, I will drop the chicken. Then, it will lay an egg later.

      • Narrator: (regarding the girls) They thrilled at Caesar's rise and fall. But they loved science most of all.

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