|Directed by||Denis Olivieri|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||114 (78 five - minute and 36 seven-minute ones)|
|Running time||23 minutes (approx.)|
|Original release||1989 –|
All the snowmen live in a picturesque village hidden in the woods. Bouli's main goal in life is to be good to others, to help them, to smile and to involve them in a variety of activities and adventures, including sea voyages, skiing, ice skating, cooking, playing music, etc.
Bouli as well as all his friends are lovable and easily identifiable characters for children: the Sailor, the Footballer, the Tennis Player, the Trader, the Cook and Bouli's two closest friends: Bouli girl whom he loves, and a big bear who sleeps, snores and eats cakes.
The series originally aired in France between 1989 and 1990.
- In Ireland it was broadcast in Irish on the RTÉ Two channel originally from 2 September 1991, and later on the Irish language-specific television channel TnaG (now TG4) in the late 1990s.
- In North Macedonia it was broadcast in the early 1990s.
- In Israel it was broadcast on Channel 1.
- In Brazil it was broadcast on the TV Cultura channel.
- In New Zealand it was broadcast on TV2.
- In Singapore it was broadcast on Channel 5.
- In the United Kingdom it was broadcast on the defunct largest children's cable network The Children's Channel.
- In Jordan it was broadcast in its original French language on the French network of JRTV.
- In Saudi Arabia it was broadcast on the country's English language network Saudi 2 with the English dub being screened.
- In Poland it was broadcast on TVP1 in 1990-1992 and 2008-2009 and on TVP Polonia in 2009.
The show was also broadcast in several other countries.
The series is still frequently repeated in many places, especially in France.
VHS and DVD releases
A French DVD box set of the series was produced in the 2000s. An English DVD release was never made.
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