BV-3335 Mary Poppins En Francais (1966)


The French version is now available to listen on the "Ears" Record Player. This record was still sealed :D

Does not appear to be the dub for the film.

You can see pictures of the albums here
 

eyore

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Interesting.
Must have just been made for the French (as you, not a film dub and. to be honest, not very Disney-sounding).
Only the French could make Chim-chim-cheree sound sexy and also change a made up word (supercalifragilisti....etc) so they could get a rhyme in their own language plus a couple of jazz numbers :D
I wish I spoke the language better. I wonder if it bears any resemblance to the originals.
Nevertheless, fascinating to hear (as is the Spanish version).
Thanks for giving us the opportunity.
 

FRAN?OIS

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Interesting.
Must have just been made for the French (as you, not a film dub and. to be honest, not very Disney-sounding).
Only the French could make Chim-chim-cheree sound sexy and also change a made up word (supercalifragilisti....etc) so they could get a rhyme in their own language plus a couple of jazz numbers :(
I wish I spoke the language better. I wonder if it bears any resemblance to the originals.
Nevertheless, fascinating to hear (as is the Spanish version).
Thanks for giving us the opportunity.

The French Mary Poppins -- which uses the original French lyrics for the film -- is a studio cast with the Hubert Rostaing orchestra, that Yves Montand used often for his recordings, with singer Christiane Legrand ( Michel Legrand's sister!) and Bob Martin singing for Bert. I don't have this LP, which I saw then in the sixties, and can't give the names of the other singers! Internet might reveal that somewhere around some ... corners!

http://www.musicstack.com/album/christiane...ins_en_francais
 

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