Light-hearted and adorable, the Smurfs have delighted millions of children with their animated adventures and can-do attitude. Located in cosy Smurf Village. The Smurfs are cheerful little blue characters, no taller than three apples high, who wear white hats and white trousers. They live together in mushroom-shaped. Die Schlümpfe (Originaltitel: The Smurfs) ist ein US-amerikanischer 3D-Film – eine Mischung aus Real- und Computeranimationsfilm – aus dem Jahr von.
The Smurfs Navigationsmenü
Die Schlümpfe (im französischsprachigen Original: Les Schtroumpfs) sind Comicfiguren, die Programmatische Titel wie „Smurf the House“, „The Smurfs Go Pop“ oder auch „Tekkno ist cool“ wiesen den Weg: Zahllose Songs mit simplen. Die Schlümpfe (Originaltitel: The Smurfs) ist ein US-amerikanischer 3D-Film – eine Mischung aus Real- und Computeranimationsfilm – aus dem Jahr von. Light-hearted and adorable, the Smurfs have delighted millions of children with their animated adventures and can-do attitude. Located in cosy Smurf Village. lupicarp.eu - Kaufen Sie SMURFS THE - SMURFS THE (1 DVD) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und. The Smurfs are cheerful little blue characters, no taller than three apples high, who wear white hats and white trousers. They live together in mushroom-shaped. The Smurfs / Los Pitufos First, Gargamel wanted the smurfs to have a potion to turn iron to gold, then Brainy Smurfs The Lost Village Transparent PNG Image. Three apples high, the Smurfs have blue skin and are invariably clothed in white trousers and white Mehr anzeigen. CommunityAlle ansehen. Highlights.
Die Schlümpfe (Originaltitel: The Smurfs) ist ein US-amerikanischer 3D-Film – eine Mischung aus Real- und Computeranimationsfilm – aus dem Jahr von. Light-hearted and adorable, the Smurfs have delighted millions of children with their animated adventures and can-do attitude. Located in cosy Smurf Village. The Smurfs are cheerful little blue characters, no taller than three apples high, who wear white hats and white trousers. They live together in mushroom-shaped.
Schtroumpf is pronounced like the German word " Strumpf " meaning "sock". Having momentarily forgotten the word "salt", Peyo asked him in French to pass the schtroumpf.
Franquin jokingly replied, "Here's the Schtroumpf —when you are done schtroumpfing , schtroumpf it back Both the comics and cartoons have been translated in many languages.
In most cases, the original name "Schtroumpf" is replaced by a new term. The most common are variations on the Dutch translation "Smurf", while other names are indicative of their gnome-like appearance.
He came across a sculpture of the Ox of Patufet and was inspired by the word Patufet. From Patufet he derived the non-existent word Pitufo.
The name later spread to most Spanish-language versions of the cartoon. The storylines tend to be simple tales of bold adventure.
The cast has a simple structure as well: almost all the characters look essentially alike—mostly male a few female Smurfs have appeared: Smurfette , Sassette, and Nanny Smurf , short three apples high ,  with blue skin, white trousers with a hole for their short tails, white hat in the style of a Phrygian cap , and sometimes some additional accessory that identifies a personality for example, "Handy Smurf" wears overalls instead of the standard trousers, a brimmed hat, and a pencil above his ear.
Smurfs can walk and run, but often move by skipping on both feet. They love to eat sarsaparilla a species of Smilax leaves, whose berries the Smurfs naturally call "smurfberries.
There were originally 99 Smurfs, but this number increased as new Smurf characters appeared, such as Sassette and Nanny. All of the original Smurfs were male; later female additions are Smurfette and Sassette.
Smurfette was Gargamel's creation, while Sassette was created by the Smurflings. A characteristic of the Smurf language is the frequent use of the undefinable word "smurf" and its derivatives in a variety of meanings.
The Smurfs frequently replace both nouns and verbs in everyday speech with the word "smurf": "We're going smurfing on the River Smurf today. Humans have found that replacing ordinary words with the term "smurf" at random is not enough: in one adventure, Peewit explains to some other humans that the statement "I'm smurfing to the smurf" means "I'm going to the wood", but a Smurf corrects him by saying that the proper statement would be "I'm smurfing to the smurf"; whereas what Peewit said was "I'm warbling to the dawn".
So "I'm smurfing to the smurf" is not the same as "I'm smurfing to the smurf". In the animated series, only some words or a portion of the word are replaced with the word "smurf".
Context offers a reliable understanding of this speech pattern, but common vocabulary includes remarking that something is "just smurfy" or in some cases, "smurftastic".
In Schtroumpf vert et vert Schtroumpf see Smurf Versus Smurf , published in Belgium in , it was revealed that the smurf village was divided between North and South, and that the Smurfs on either side had different ideas as to how the term "smurf" should be used: for instance, the Northern Smurfs called a certain object a "bottle smurfer", while the Southern Smurfs called it a "smurf opener".
This story is considered a parody on the still ongoing taalstrijd language war between French- and Dutch-speaking communities in Belgium.
To reach it required magic or travelling through dense forests , deep marshes , a scorching desert and a high mountain range. In the Johan et Pirlouit stories, the Smurf village is made up of mushroom-like houses of different shapes and sizes in a desolate and rocky land with just a few trees.
However, in the Smurf series itself, the mushroom-like houses are more similar to one another and are located in a clearing in the middle of a deep forest with grass, a river, and vegetation.
Humans such as Gargamel are shown to live nearby, though it is almost impossible for an outsider to find the Smurf village except when led by a Smurf.
The Smurfs' community generally takes the form of a cooperative , sharing, and kind environment based on the principle that each Smurf has something they are good at, and thus contributes it to Smurf society as they can.
In return, each Smurf appears to be given their necessities of life, from housing and clothes to food without using any money in exchange.
Papa Smurf is the leader of the community. The first female Smurf, Smurfette, was created by Gargamel to lure the other Smurfs. Papa Smurf then changed her into what we see today.
The non-Smurf characters who would appear later would include their enemies the wizard Gargamel , his cat Azrael, an ugly witch, Hogatha and Gargamel's godfather Balthazar; and their friends the page Johan and his young friend Peewit and the wizard Homnibus.
There are Smurfs. Since the first appearance of the Smurfs in Johan et Pirlouit in , 31 Smurf comics volumes have been created, 16 of them by Peyo, the others by his studio.
Originally, the Smurf stories appeared in Spirou magazine with reprints in many different magazines, but after Peyo left the publisher Dupuis , many comics were first published in dedicated Smurf magazines, which existed in French, Dutch, German and Turkish.
A number of short stories and one page gags have been collected into comic books next to the regular series of 30 including a newly released Smurfs comics enitiled Les Schtroumpfs de L'ordre The Order Law of the Smurfs.
English translations have been published in the U. In , a black-and-white minute animated film called Les Aventures des Schtroumpfs was released in theatres in Belgium.
It consisted of five short cartoons made in the previous years for broadcasting on Walloon TV. German copies and copies with Dutch subtitles are known to exist.
Michel Legrand provided the musical score to the film. The film would be released in the United States in after the animated series became popular there in an English language dubbed version titled The Smurfs and the Magic Flute.
A few more full-length Smurf films were made, most notably The Baby Smurf and Here are the Smurfs ,  created from episodes of the Hanna-Barbera television cartoon series.
Jordan Kerner produced the film, with the screenwriters including Shrek 2 and Shrek the Third screenwriters J. David Stem and David N.
The Smurfs is still broadcast on the Boomerang channel throughout the United States. The show became a major success for NBC, spawning spin-off television specials on an almost yearly basis.
The decreased ratings were the result of the network changing the format of the show, resulting in the final season featuring regular time travel with only a few Smurfs.
In the TV series, many classical masterpieces are used as background music during the episodes, among them Franz Schubert 's Unfinished Symphony Symphony No.
The Smurfs was named the 97th best animated series by IGN. It has been called "kiddie cocaine" for people growing up during the s. It will show new stories, not adaptations of comics or other older stories.
On October 7, , Warner Bros. Though Warner Bros. Magna Home Entertainment in Australia has released a 9-disc 50th Anniversary Collection, containing a total of 52 episodes [ citation needed ].
In September , a Smurfette-themed collection containing 25 episodes was made available followed by the "Papa Smurf Collection" in December containing 26 themed episodes.
November 3, witnessed the release of two "Just Smurfy" collections, each featuring episodes not yet released on DVD to the Australian market.
Season 3  and Season 4  released October 5, A limited edition 'Ultimate Collection 1'  which features the first 5 seasons was released on August 24, The complete 1st season was released in a 4 Disc box set on July 5, Smurfette appeared on the promotional poster, but never [ clarification needed ] appeared in the actual film.
From until the end of the s, Dupuis produced Smurf figurines. But the best known and most widely available Smurf figurines are those made by Schleich , a German toy company.
Most of the Smurf figurines given away as promotional material e. New Smurf figures continue to appear; in fact, only in two years since and have no new Smurfs entered the market.
Schleich currently produces 8 to 12 new figurines a year. Over million of them have been sold so far. Other Smurf figurines have been created for advertising purposes, e.
Albert Heijn in the Netherlands, and Delhaize in Belgium. Special Smurf comics were often created for advertising campaigns. Both had animated commercials on Saturday morning.
The Smurfs had a commercial in the s for the Mexican snack cake company Marinela Submarinos with a rare version of Smurfette Pitufina dressed in a red dress and her hair done in pigtails.
Over the decades, many singles and albums of Smurf music have been released in different countries and languages, sometimes very successfully, with millions of copies sold.
The best known is the single The Smurf Song and its accompanying album, created by Dutch musician Pierre Kartner who sings under the alias Father Abraham, which reached the 1 position in 16 countries.
Worldwide, more than 10 million CDs with Smurf music have been sold between and alone. In , I. It was also released in parts of Europe. The songs were covers of popular songs like Surfin' U.
For several years, the Smurfs were the children's act in the Ice Capades travelling ice show. After they were retired from that function, the Smurf suits from the show were issued to Ice Capades Chalets, the show's subsidiary chain of ice rinks , lasting until the show was sold to a group of investors led by Dorothy Hamill.
The Chalets were sold to Recreation World. The Smurfette suit in particular had a somewhat different hairstyle from what was portrayed in the Hanna-Barbera cartoons.
Each park featured a Smurf attraction and Smurf walk-around figures. Canada's Wonderland had an entire Smurf village to walk through, ending with Gargamel's Castle.
Kings Dominion has " Smurf Mountain ". Carowinds had an artificial island that was named Smurf Island that had a Smurf village—including toadstool houses which could be entered.
Hanna—Barbera Land had a Smurf district. In , the park was bought by the successful Belgian Walibi Group and renamed Walibi Schtroumpf with new attractions.
After the Walibi Group was acquired by Six Flags , the park was named Walibi Lorraine, and all the Smurfs references in the park were removed in In , an advertisement featuring The Smurfs was aired in Belgium in which the Smurf village is annihilated by warplanes.
The Smurfs visited fifteen European countries on the day of their 50th "Smurfday" in the form of publicly distributed white figurines.
The recipients could decorate and submit them to a competition. Running time. Further information: List of The Smurfs characters. Main article: The Smurfs 2.
Los Angeles Times. Tribune Company. Retrieved July 28, Box Office Mojo. Retrieved November 6, Fused Film. March 4, Archived from the original on May 25, Retrieved March 26, USA Today.
Gannett Company. Archived from the original on October 21, Retrieved June 16, Sony Pictures Entertainment. Archived from the original PDF on July 29, Retrieved July 29, Retrieved July 12, Retrieved March 29, Reed Business Information.
February 16, June 10, July 8, Think again". Retrieved July 8, Retrieved April 6, New York Post.
News Corporation. May 11, Retrieved June 20, My Telegraph. Telegraph Media Group. June 9, Archived from the original on October 12, Retrieved October 20, December 19, Typically Spanish.
Archived from the original on June 29, September 14, Retrieved March 25, Deadline Hollywood. March 25, Retrieved September 21, Retrieved September 19, Associated Press.
September 20, March 16, Retrieved May 18, Archived from the original on August 12, Retrieved August 1, Entertainment Weekly. Time Inc. The Hollywood Reporter.
Prometheus Global Media. Archived from the original on July 31, Retrieved July 31, August 8, Retrieved August 8, Retrieved December 28, Rotten Tomatoes.
Retrieved May 11, CBS Interactive. Retrieved August 3, Archived from the original on July 29, Retrieved July 27, Orlando Sentinel.
San Francisco Chronicle. Hearst Corporation. The Boston Globe. The New York Times Company. Archived from the original on January 11, The New York Times.
Archived from the original on January 29, Retrieved July 19, Retrieved March 30, April 26, Retrieved April 26, Retrieved December 13, The Indian Express.
October 8, Retrieved February 25, Retrieved March 12, Retrieved May 3, The Smurfs. Pierre "Peyo" Culliford Yvan Delporte. Films directed by Raja Gosnell.
Sony Pictures Animation. Arthur Christmas The Pirates! Band of Misfits Cartoons — The ChubbChubbs! Katy Perry. Discography Videography Awards and nominations Songs Live performances.
Purr Meow! Killer Queen Mad Potion. Categories : films English-language films 3D films computer-animated films s children's comedy films s fantasy-comedy films American films American children's animated comedy films American fantasy-comedy films Animated films based on comics s children's fantasy films Columbia Pictures animated films Columbia Pictures films Sony Pictures Animation films Films scored by Heitor Pereira Films based on Belgian comics Films directed by Raja Gosnell Films set in the Middle Ages Films set in New York City Films shot in New York City Films with live action and animation Films with screenplays by David N.