Käpt’n Blaubär Club

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Käpt’n Blaubär Club
Country of origin Germany
Production
Running time 60 minutes; shortened to 30 minutes
Release
Original release 2 October 1993 – 14 April 2001

Käpt’n Blaubär Club was a German television series for children. It was aired at Das Erste from 1993 to 2001 in the first, later to too different broadcasting appointments also in the third programmes of the ARD, as well as in the KI.KA. Basis for the broadcasting was the doll trick series Käpt'n Blaubärs sailor's thread which is a part of the broadcasting with the mouse. Beside the central figures Käpt'n Blaubär (Wolfgang Völz) and Hein Blöd (Edgar Hoppe), the little bears Yellow, Green and Rose, as well as the Flöt and the carnivorous flower Karin (Edith Hancke) also played an important role. Only ones (real) people in the broadcasting were from 1993-1995 the ordinary seawoman Bille (Sybille Waury), afterwards Anke (Mirjam Köfer) whom both also took over the part of the presenter.

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