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  • Madeline Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Madeline, Genevieve, Cloe, Nicole, Danielle, Pepito, Miss Clavel.
  • Originally Released in 1993.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


Girls go for walk, saw artists, want to learn to paint. Miss Clavel calls one of her friend, Ludwig, over to teach the girls. Madeline learns very fast and soon is able to paint like a pro. The girls celebrate by going to get the picture framed. Overhear people talking about the Louvre. Miss Clavel then takes them there. Looks around. Time to go home, Madeline misplaces her masterpiece. Later, a guard stumbles upon it and brings it over to the curator, who mistakes it for one of the new exhibits. Next day, critics study it and questions over the mysterious 'M' who painted the picture. Makes national news. Madeline then goes over and proves that it's hers. Critic's changes view on painting, but museum curator still impressed. That night, girls paint the basic "fruit bowl" in the middle of the night and give Miss Clavel a fright.

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