Linus på linjen och Pingu

La Linea is an Italian animated series of about 100 episodes created by Osvaldo Cavandoli in 1969. Due to its short duration (usually 2 minutes 30 seconds), it is often used as an interstitial program.

The cartoon features a man (known as "Mr. Linea" or, in some parts of Europe, "Balou", as well as "Linus" in Sweden, "Zlosniczek" in Poland, and "Lineman" in the U.S.), drawn as a single outline around his silhouette, walking on an infinite line of which he is a part. The character encounters obstacles and often turns to the cartoonist to draw him a solution, with various degrees of success. One recurring obstacle was an abrupt end of line. The character would often almost fall off the edge into oblivion and get angry with the cartoonist and complain about it. He was voiced by Carlo Bonomi in Italian gibberish, giving the cartoon the possibility to be easily exported without dubbing. The voice resembles Pingu's, the Swiss animated penguin, which was also voiced by Bonomi.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Linea_%28TV_series%29


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Postat av: Helena

Här hemma är Pingu en älskad pingvin, Linus på linjen är bara dryg tycker dottern. Pingu har faktiskt räddat vår semester i Spanien en gång, vi hade glömt alla filmer hemma och de som säljs där nere är antingen dubbade på spanska eller engelska. Men inte söta Pingu, ty han pratar Pingunes! :)

2007-08-27 @ 23:42:11
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Postat av: Nilla

>Min barn gillar också Pingu! Linus på linjen är kanske mer för oss 70-talister?
Jag kände igen Pingus röst när jag hörde den första gången, det tog ett tag innan jag kom på varifrån...

2007-08-28 @ 20:02:22
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