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Jeffers
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 Message 1 of 4
30 June 2014 at 1:21pm | IP Logged 
The wikipedia page on FIA now
has a section which lists many of the TV shows and films which are used as clips on
FIA. Here, for your fun and edification, is the list:
Quote:
TV shows
Merci Sylvestre
Papa Poule
Marie Pervenche
Le Maestro (actually a film?)
Le cœur dans les nuages (Another film?)
Allo Beatrice (not on wikipedia)
Tout comme un homme (not on wikipedia)
Hélas Alice est lasse (not on wikipedia)
Le tueur est parmi nous (not on wikipedia)
Paris-Saint-Lazare
L'héritage (there were several TV series by this name)

Films
Le locataire d'en haut (not on wiki)
Connaissez-vous Maronne? (not on wiki)
La boucle d'oreille (not on wiki, might be an episode of a TV series according to IMDB?)
L'ennemi public (there are several candidates for this one, but all are American...)
Folie douce (Not sure if this is the right one).
Une dernière fois Catherine (not on wiki)
Taxinoia (not on wiki)
Le passé à venir (Thierry Martenet) (not on wiki)
La France rêvée (not on wiki)
Visite au château (Jacques Deschamps) (not on wiki)
Ballades (Catherine Corsini)
Le voyage à Deauville (IMDB) (Jacques Duron)


I've never heard of any of these films or TV shows, and I have no idea if any of them are available in any way. It's
also worth noting that none of them have a link, so they possibly don't have their own wikipedia pages? But I have
always thought that I'd like to explore some of the shows featured on FIA, and having this list is a start.


EDIT: following Iguanamon's post, I've added links to the shows I was able to find pages on. It seems that three "Films" are
actually episodes of a TV series Histoires insolites. The episodes
mentioned are Le locataire d'en haut, La boucle d'oreille, and Une dernière fois Catherine, all from the 1979 series, so the time
fits.

Edited by Jeffers on 30 June 2014 at 2:41pm

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iguanamon
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 Message 2 of 4
30 June 2014 at 1:57pm | IP Logged 
Jeffers, have a look at wikipedia's French Page:
Merci Sylvestre
Papa Poule
Marie Pervenche
etc.

Also, try the IMDB page for searches.
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30 June 2014 at 4:01pm | IP Logged 
Thanks Jeffers! I have always wondered about this as I watch the episodes!
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Jeffers
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02 July 2014 at 6:30pm | IP Logged 
Why was this moved? It's about a language programme.


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