Les Aventures des Schtroumpfs

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Les Aventures des Schtroumpfs
Directed by Eddy Ryssack, Maurice Rosy
Produced by Charles Dupuis
Written by Yvan Delporte, Peyo, André Franquin
Starring Jacques Courtois, Marion, Nelly Béguin, Richard Muller, Jeannine Cherel, Paul Roland
Music by Roland Renerte
Cinematography Raoul Cauvin, Norbert Declercq
Release dates 1965
Running time 90 mins.
Country Belgium
Language French

Les Aventures des Schtroumpfs (lit. The Adventures of the Smurfs) is an animated feature film based on the Belgian comic book series "The Smurfs". It was the first animated feature film featuring the Smurf characters. The film was released in 1965 in Belgium.[1]

The film featured the voices of popular actors then working for radio.

The film was overshadowed eleven years later by the Belvision film The Smurfs and the Magic Flute.

Plot[edit]

The film consisted of five black-and-white shorts made in the previous years for broadcasting on Walloon TV:

Smurfnapped[edit]

A Smurf gets himself captured by Gargamel. Now, the Smurfs must save him before he gets killed.

The Smurfs and the Magic Egg[edit]

The Smurfs discover a magic egg. But they don't know it has been created by Gargamel.

Les Schtroumpfs noirs[edit]

(the black smurfs) A contagious disease terrorizes the village.

Le Schtroumpf et son dragon[edit]

(the smurfs and the dragon) The Smurfs befriend a domesticated dragon.

Le Schtroumpf volant[edit]

(the flying smurf) One of the Smurfs attempts to fly like a bird.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ María Luisa Amador, Jorge Ayala Blanco, Cartelera Cinematográfica, 1980-1989 (2006), p. 151.

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