La Petite Vie Noël Story

Despite their efforts to wriggle out of an invitation from Rénald, the Paré family gathers at the chalet he’s rented for the Christmas holidays. Once there, they discover that this sudden surge of generosity on the part of their usually thrifty host is far from innocent. Cut off from civilization, (...) plus.gif, 0 kB

100 pourcent Barrette

With his talent as an exceptional storyteller and through the character Roland Hi !Ha ! Tremblay, Michel Barrette tells us the most incredible stories ever told, from the annals of Quebecois comedy. Starring: Michel Barrette Author: Michel Barrette Co-authors: Carl Bernier, Daniel Brière, (...)

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Alain Choquette - Première apparition

The program looks back at the dazzling career of Alain Choquette, Quebec’s greatest magician, recounting the phenomenal progression of his career, his beginnings on the program Ad Lib, his first magic show Première apparition, his success in the United States and the niche he carved out for (...)

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André-Philippe Gagnon- Toute ressemblance avec des personnes connues est ben de valeur pour eux autres!

A one-hour special features the most memorable moments from André-Philippe Gagnon’s shows in Montréal, Toronto, Paris and Los Angeles along with interviews with the performer and his crew. The program was awarded two Prix Gémeaux in 1996 for best performer and best director in a comedy special. (...)

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André-Philippe Gagnon- Un documentaire de l’Office national des Farces

André-Philippe Gagnon’s career has taken off. He travels between Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Montreal and Atlantic City. In English, he has staged hundreds of performances while in Quebec, his second show broke the record established by his first show. When Radio-Canada aired a biographical portrait (...)

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Ding et Dong : la vraie histoire

Based on the legendary comedy duo, Ding et Dong : La vraie histoire is an absurdist mockumentary that is a product of pure invention. It tells the story of the so-called great moments in the famous duo’s career—from their birth to their mysterious disappearance in 1993, which is said to have (...)

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Drôle de Stéphane Rousseau

Stéphane Rousseau’s second show is undeniably a major production that serves to confirm the exceptional qualities of this young comedian. The program Drôle de Stéphane Rousseau presents the show and the frantic excitement of a province-wide tour across Quebec. The two programs featuring Stéphane (...)

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Jacques et Normand sans protection

The characters created by Patrice L’Ecuyer and Bernard Fortin are back for a second major production. The adventures continue for Jacques and Normand, a thoroughly zany comedy duo. Cast: Patrice L’Ecuyer et Bernard Fortin Authors: Stéphan Dubé et Marc Brunet Staging: Johanne Seymour Director: (...)

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La cour à Jean-Marc

Comedian Jean-Marc Parent relates his best childhood memories and presents the characters that marked his youth. This is an excuse for a series of comedy bits by such performers as Alain Dumais (Jean-Guy Houde), Yvon Deschamps (Monsieur Yvon), Dominique Michel and Denise Filiatrault (Mesdames (...)

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La Petite Vie - Le bogue de l’An 2000

The date is December 31, 1999. Ti-Mé and Moman have invited their children and grandchildren over to ring in the New Year—the year 2000. The Paré family is nervous about the bug that has been the subject of so much speculation. Popa is prepared—alternative heating system, bazooka at the ready, and (...)

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La Petite Vie, Noël chez les Paré

To the delight of one and all, television’s most famous family is reunited for Christmas supper. At the Paré household, Christmas is part of a long tradition of squabbles, depressing gift exchanges and dubious feasts. This year, determined not to let her children spoil her turkey dinner yet (...)

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Le Faux Show

Jean Lapointe hosts this comedy program that brings together the great impressionists of the day—Alain Dumas, Jean-Guy Moreau, Pierre Verville and Jean Lapointe. Songs and musical impressions follow in rapid succession. Through the voices of these artists of mystification, we discover Gignac, (...)

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Le monde merveilleux de Ding et Dong

After three stage shows that were all showered with extraordinary success, Ding and Dong turn to television. The program Le monde merveilleux de Ding et Dong brings together the characters that the famous duo brought to life in their most recent stage acts and the Lundis des Ha !Ha ! (Ha-Ha (...)

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Les Dessous de Catherine

An authentic mock documentary... Mockumentary in English, documenteur in French. In Quebec, we’ve never heard of such a thing, so we call it Les Dessous de Catherine (Catherine’s Unmentionables): an authentic 60-minute mock documentary in which fiction and reality mix. Pseudo-testimonials from (...)

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Merci beaucoup!

Two talented actors, Patrice L’Ecuyer and Bernard Fortin, present Merci beaucoup !, a comedy show that met with great success and toured the province for nearly two years. They take on the personalities of Jacques and Normand, a comedy duo that perform comedy bits that are completely wacky… (...)

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Michäel Rancourt - 100 Voix en l’air

Impressionist Michäel Rancourt, who had his breakthrough at the Just for Laughs Festival, made his stage debut in 1993. The program Michaël Rancourt presents the show 100 voix en l’air, which was a tremendous success with a run of over 175 shows and was nominated at the Gala de l’ADISQ in the (...)

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Pierre Verville

Impressionist and comedian Pierre Verville brings us the show that he presented to audiences in Montreal and on the road throughout the province. Starring: Pierre Verville Cast: Denis Tremblay Authors: Jean-Pierre Brouillé, Luc Déry, Yves Lapierre, Michel Lessard, François Parenteau, Pierre (...)

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Rire sa vie

Two one-hour programs that take a look back at the 15-year solo career of Jean Lapointe, a monumental figure of show business in Quebec. Starring : Jean Lapointe, Dominique Michel, Jean-Pierre Ferland Staging : Jean Bissonnette Director : Jean-Jacques Sheitoyan Producers : Jean Bissonnette, (...)

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Rousseau en spectacle

The Rousseau show introduces comedic juggler Stéphane Rousseau, who in the early 1990s, made a name for himself 1990 as one of Quebec’s great comedians. Stéphane Rousseau is a man of many talents. He does impressions, he sings, he dances, he does improv, he plays with the audience and even plays (...)

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Un gars, une fille Special

A one-hour special program in honour of television’s most beloved couple, during which special guests join Guy and Sylvie. On the agenda: Guy and Sylvie’s first encounter one fine evening in 1990; famous couples act out their favourite sketches from the series; Guy and Sylvie go back in time to (...)

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