Modern adaptation of Enid Blyton's adventure stories about Julian, Dick, Anne, George and Timmy the dog.
Runtime: 25 minutes
The Famous Five - Claude Voilier - Netflix
Claude Voilier (9 Novembre 1917–22 May 2009) was a French teacher, journalist, translator (especially of popular English children's series such as The Three Investigators and The Dana Girls into French), and a prolific author, having written over 600 short stories for various French magazines, and about 400 stories for children. In the English-speaking world, she is best known for her continuation of Enid Blyton's The Famous Five series of children's adventure novels. Claude Voilier was born Andrée Labedan around 1930. She wrote two popular novels for children, Le Manoir des cinq preux and Celle qu'on retrouva. She was living in Arcachon (Gironde), France, at the time of her death in May 2009.
The Famous Five - The Three Investigators connection - Netflix
Claude Voilier has translated some volumes of The Three Investigators series into French. One of the stories in this series, The Mystery of the Silver Spider, is set in the fictitious country of Varania. In The Famous Five and the Strange Scientist, the character of Professor Kolkov comes from Varania, which makes for an interesting little crossover connection between the French Famous Five series and The Three Investigators series.
The Famous Five - References - Netflix