Moi et l'autre
|Moi et l'autre|
|Also known as||Moi... et l'autre|
|Created by||Roger Garand
|Written by||Gilles Richer
|Directed by||Jean Bissonnette
|Theme music composer||Roger Joubert|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||5|
|No. of episodes||187|
|Running time||30 minutes each|
|Original release||1966 – 1971|
Moi et l'autre (also rendered as Moi... et l'autre) was a Quebec French sitcom broadcast on Radio-Canada between 1966 and 1971. The series starred Denise Filiatrault and Dominique Michel as best friends who were roommates at a Montreal apartment. The series tells of the ladies' numerous, often absurd, adventures, often with Denise as the perpetrator.
Moi et l'autre was Radio-Canada's first program to be broadcast in colour, after colourcasting began in Canada in 1966; however, some episodes of this series exist today only as black and white recordings.
From 1995 to 1997, a revival series was broadcast on Radio-Canada; the new series was written by Filiatrault and featured the same cast as the original series, except for Jean-Paul Dugas (who did not participate) and Réal Béland (who died in 1983; his role was played by Martin Drainville as Gustave Jr.).
- Denise Filiatrault -- Denise Létourneau
- Dominique Michel -- Dominique André
- Roger Joubert -- M. Jean-Paul Lavigueur, building manager
- Réal Béland -- Gustave Landreville, doorman
- Jean-Paul Dugas -- François Dupuis, Dominique's boyfriend (1969-1971)
- Dominique Michel, Y'a des moments si merveilleux..., Éditions La Semaine (2006), page 164.(French)
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