Around the World in Eighty Dreams

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Around the World in Eighty Dreams
Written by Alain Garcia
Jean Cheville
Directed by Bruno Bianchi
Composer(s) Haim Saban
Shuki Levy
Country of origin France
Original language(s) French
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 26
Executive producer(s) Winston Richard
Jacqueline Tordjman
Vincent Chalvon-Demersay
Producer(s) Eric S. Rollman
Running time 30 min.
Distributor Saban Entertainment
Original network Canal+
Original release November 13, 1992 – 1993

Around the World in Eighty Dreams (French: Les Aventures de Carlos) is a French animated series with 26 episodes produced in 1992. The cartoon was adapted to English by Saban Entertainment and broadcast in the United States in first-run syndication in the early 1990s as part of Bohbot Entertainment's "Amazin' Adventures" package.

The show focuses on Carlos (based on the French singer Carlos[citation needed]), his parrot Oscar and three kids whom he adopted who live, together with him, on his own tropical Island. Carlos loves to tell the children stories about how he met world famous important figures in history in spite of the children's disbelief.

With the help of Grandma Tadpole, who lives on one of the beaches of the island, he travels back in time together with the children in order to prove to them that he is right.

Carlos has the ability to transform into an ox when the group is in trouble.

The show is owned by the Walt Disney Company and was aired only in Eastern Europe on the Disney-owned channel Jetix Play.


Production credits[edit]

  • Executive Producers: Winston Richard, Jacqueline Tordjman, Vincent Chalvon-Demersay
  • Producer: Eric S. Rollman
  • Story Editor: Tony Oliver
  • Written by: Alain Garcia, Jean Cheville
  • Directed by: Bruno Bianchi
  • Assistant Director: Chritophe Hutwohl
  • Production Assistants: Christian Leblanc, Han-Up Jang
  • Model-Sheets: Stepane Roux, Jacky Clech, Michel Afonso, Emmanuel Veillet, Remi Dousset, Fabrice Cravoisier, Thibault Descamps, Frederic Serra, Cyril Darracq, John Lin
  • Color Models: Emmanuelle Cazes, Sophie Barroux, Sylvain Marzo, Michel Lefevre, Stephane Paitreau, Philippe Traversat
  • Storyboards: Jean-Luc Gage, Oumar N'Diaye, Bernard Bosques, Michel Notton, Thierry Francescano, Thibault Descamps, Eunice Alvarado, Jacky Clech, Stepane Roux, Michel Afonso, Olivier Grabias
  • Animation Production by: Sei-Young Animation Studio
  • Animation Director: Dae-Jung Kim
  • Lay Out: Baek-Yup Sung, Sung-Chool Ha, Wan-Soo Kim
  • Key Animation: Jun-Eui Kim, Tae-Hwan Kim, Hun-Myung Han, Wan-Soo Kim
  • Animation Checking: Hyo-Tae Kim
  • Assistant Animation: World, Union, Dae Hwa, Han Yang
  • Final: Jae-Wook Lee
  • Color Checking: World
  • Setting: Ywn-Su Kim, Sung-Tae Park
  • Backgrounds: Jae-Hyun Park
  • Camera: Soon-Ho Choi, Young-Bok Oh
  • Production Assistants: Jong-Man Kang, Chang-Duk Park
  • Voice Directors: James Bauman, Kathleen Fee
  • Music by: Haim Saban, Shuki Levy
  • Executive in Charge of Music: Ron Kenan
  • Music Coordinator: David Hillenbrand
  • Music Engineers: Barron Abramovitch, Ron Wasserman
  • Re-Recording Engineers: Clive Mizumoto, Francois Asselin, Michel Charron, Pierre Charron
  • Sound Effects Editors: Scott Page, Ron Salaises, Johnny Valentino
  • Voice Recording Engineers: Pierre Charron, Benoit Coallier, Rejean Juteau, Clemont Croteau
  • Foley: Step by Step FX
  • Music Editors: Nick Carr, Mark Ryan
  • Assistant Engineers: Steve Garelick, Don Sexton
  • Assistant to the Producer: Kathleen Clark
Sound and Dubbing
  • Department Director: Patricia Gariepy
  • Department Coordinator: Isabelle Lalande
  • Dubbing Department Managers: Marcel Cadieux, Matthieu Roy Decarte, Daniel Bergua, Denis Bergeron
  • Calligraphy: Carmen Deschambault, Luc Pisonneau, Denis Chauvette
  • Detection: Michel George, Nicolas Longuet
  • Post Production Audio Coordinator: Xavier Garcia
  • Telecine: Geri Bryan (Editel, Los Angeles), Paul Bronkar (Vaniel Video, Los Angeles)
  • Offline Editor: Terry Marlin
  • Online Editors: Mary Holland, Deron Warner (Vaniel Video, Los Angeles)
  • Post Production Supervisor: John Bryant
  • Post Production Video Coordinators: Dana Booton, Jennifer Canaday
  • Videotape Traffic Coordinator: Danny Laborico
  • Post Production Assistants: Wendi McNeesi, John Walts
  • This motion picture is protected under the laws of the United States and other countries. Unauthorized duplication, distribution or exhibition may resuit in civil liability and criminal prosecution.
  • © 1992 Saban Entertainment, Inc., Saban International N.V., Saban International Paris and TF1. Canal+, Centre national de la cinématographie. All Rights Reserved.
  • Produced in cooperation with: MBC, Silvio Berlusconi Communications and Telecinco.

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