2006-10-31

Animation: De Fabeltjeskrant

De Fabeltjeskrant (Eng: "The Fables Newspaper", Swe: "Fablernas värld") is a classic Dutch children's TV-show made during the periode 1968 and 1992. (I believe there was a big gap in the production from the mid 70s to 1985. Correct me if I'm wrong). The show was shown in many countries in western Europe and in South America and is probably the must successful show in Dutch history. Many of the fables were adaptations of the writings of French 17th century fabulist Jean de la Fontaine.



Click the image and watch a Dutch episod at Drommels.

A link to the Dutch De Fabeltjeskrant website and one to a Dutch Wikipedia page and one Swedish Wikipedia page and one to IMDb.

Simma lungt!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hej uggla tjena mors ...
Vilka tider.
Och dom verkar vara lika bra på holländska!

P-E Fronning said...

Holländare e också människor! Simma lungt!

Anonymous said...

fronning:
Undrar om det var en holländare som köpte hjorten på bukowski??
Eller är det bara en fabel??

P-E Fronning said...

Nja, det sas att det rörde sig om en svensk konst-hamster...

Weirdomusic said...

Cool, I had no idea this was known outside my homecountry!

(And I think you're right about that large gap in production - they restarted the series in the 80s).

P-E Fronning said...

:-D It's one of several important children's TV-shows of my youth. It was very popular here. I found this on the website "yet only in Sweden was it exactly as big a success as in the Netherlands." (I have translated it from Dutch myself but I think it's correct:-).