Synopsis for the TV Cartoon La Fugue Du Dauphin


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La Fugue Du Dauphin

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  • Cartouche Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Distributed by: Igel Media AG
  • Cartoon Characters: Cartouche, Fleur d'Úpine, Galichon, Freluquet.
  • Originally Released in 2002.
  • Color
  • France  France / Germany  Germany

Cartoon Summary:


Eighteenth-century romantic hero Cartouche comes back to life in his new swashbuckling adventures series.

A proud and ardent rebel has proclaimed himself friend of the poor, defender of the people and above all, archenemy of the evil Regent. Feraless and proud, he is everywhere and yet he remains untouchable. He calls himself& Cartouche but the people of Paris call him Prince of the Streets.

Stealing from the rich to ease the burden of the poor, Cartouche and his honourable outlaws brave danger in breathtaking duels and fiery sword fights. With wits as quick as their swords, their daring knows no bounds and their determination no failing in their pursuit of liberty and justice.

Leap into the adventure with Cartouche and the Cartouchians.

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