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Gaston ist die namensgebende Hauptfigur einer Comic-Reihe aus dem Magazin Spirou. Gezeichnet wurde sie von André Franquin vom Februar bis zu seinem Tod im Jahr Bis war der Zeichner Jidéhem als Co-Autor an der Serie tätig. Bis war der Zeichner Jidéhem als Co-Autor an der Serie tätig. Im französischsprachigen Original heißt die Figur mit vollem Namen Gaston Lagaffe. La gaffe. Gastons erster Auftritt. Es war am Februar , dass Gaston Lagaffe erstmals auf Seite 5 des Magazins Spirou Nr. in Erscheinung trat. Mit einer. Suchergebnis auf zavoi.eu für: gaston lagaffe. - Sébastien Nicolas hat diesen Pin entdeckt. Entdecke (und sammle) deine eigenen Pins bei Pinterest. Gaston – UGC Films. Für die Rückkehr der berühmten Comicfigur Gaston von André Franquin auf die große Leinwand bekam Flokk die fantastische. Gaston von Franquin Der anarchistische Gaston mit seiner griegrämigen Lachmöwe Le site non officiel de Gaston Lagaffe, le personnage d'Andre Franquin.

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Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. Added to Watchlist. Stars of the s, Then and Now. Gaston was christened Cranky Franky for this series.

In the early s Fantagraphics translated about a half a dozen gags into English and Gaston was rechristened Gomer Goof for this one.

He is first seen "on the streets of the capital" riding a bicycle while reading a newspaper, obliviously littering papers, and then appears two frames later, bruised and dazed, dragging his deformed bike, having ridden into the middle of ongoing traffic.

His second cameo occurred in the early panels of the story Vacances sans histoires fr: "Quiet Holidays" later included in the album Le gorille a bonne mine which was published between November and January Gaston appears at the start of the story when, cycling and lighting a cigarette at the same time, he runs past a red light and very nearly gets hit by Spirou and Fantasio's Turbot I sportscar.

Towards the end, he is again cycling, this time down the wrong way of a one-way street, when he actually gets hit by the new Turbot II.

More surprised than anything else, stretched out on the front of the car, he simply tells Spirou and Fantasio that they are requested back at the Spirou offices.

Gaston was given a larger part in the following adventure, La Foire aux gangsters "The Gangster's Fair", included in the book Le nid des Marsupilamis.

Here, Gaston hinders Spirou's investigation into a baby's kidnapping. Spirou's search leads him to a fairground and Gaston, who just happens to be there, keeps approaching him.

When Spirou, desperate to keep a low profile, whispers to Gaston that they "don't know each other", he keeps insisting that they do or else suggesting that it is Spirou who looks like someone he knows.

When Spirou recovers the baby, the kidnappers approach Gaston, who they know was previously talking to Spirou, and he, quite innocently, offers to show them the way to Spirou's house for what he thinks will be a pleasant social evening.

Fortunately for Spirou and the little victim, Gaston keeps getting his directions wrong and he and the gangsters end up in a dead-end, surrounded by police and in jail.

In the final frame of the book version Gaston is released from prison, to the scornful glances of the passing public. In this story, Fantasio is sent to cover the inauguration of the first nuclear powered train and, since no one else is available, is compelled to take Gaston with him for assistance.

Needless to say, with Gaston on board, things start to go wrong and the train is soon speeding out of control, leaving Spirou and the train designer the task of sorting things out.

The serial was broadcast on Belgian radio in He is featured in the opening pages of the title story, and plays a central role in Bravo les Brothers in which he offers Fantasio a troupe of performing chimpanzees as an unwanted birthday present.

Gaston does not appear in QRN sur Bretzelburg published in , but in one scene Fantasio is about to endure painful agony by torturers in a totalitarian state.

He thus decides that the best thing to do is to focus on emptiness and think of Gaston. Jean-Claude Fournier succeeded Franquin as artist and writer of the Spirou and Fantasio series with Le faiseur d'or , published in Kidnapped by gangsters, leading scientist the Count of Champignac is forced by them to come up with a means of helping them with their plans.

Thinking of Gaston, he comes up with the kind of recipe that the office idiot would devise, but the resulting and disgusting mixture does have the results that the gangsters wanted, much to the Count's annoyance.

When Tome and Janry took over the series a couple of references to Gaston were made in the album " La jeunesse de Spirou " Spirou's youth where a scam artist is publishing a faux number five album of the Gaston series.

And during the tale about Spirou's childhood Gaston's car is seen parked in front of the publishing company. More recently a reference to Gaston was made in the album "Aux sources du Z" The source of Z by Morvan and Munuera , when Spirou uses the time shifting machine he remarks that the experience is yucky, almost as bad as the Champagne that Gaston made out of fermented potatoes.

Later in that album when Spirou has to use the time shifter once more he remarks that it's time to take a sip from Gaston's Champagne again.

Gaston Lagaffe follows the classic "gag" format of Franco-Belgian comics: one-page stories initially half-a-page with an often visual punchline, sometimes foreshadowed in the dialogue.

The humour mixes slapstick , puns and running gags. Franquin's style is characterised by extremely nervous characters and action and very quotable dialogue.

The series is much loved not only for its perfectly timed comedy, but also for its warm outlook on everyday life. Although Gaston works at Spirou magazine and one of his colleagues is a cartoonist, the series satirises office life in general rather than the publishing or comics business; Franquin himself worked at home.

In the later episodes, the reader could discover a visual reference to the story in Franquin's signature at the bottom of the page. Gaston was hired - somewhat mysteriously - as an office junior at the offices of the Journal de Spirou the real-life publication in which the strip appeared , having wandered in cluelessly.

The strip usually focuses on his efforts to avoid doing any work, and indulge instead in hobbies or naps while all around him panic over deadlines, lost mail and contracts.

Initially, Gaston was an irritating simpleton, but he developed a genial personality and sense of humour. Common sense however always eludes him, and he has an almost supernatural ability to cause disasters "gaffes" to which he reacts with his catchphrase: "M'enfin!

His job involves chiefly dealing with readers' mail. Gaston's age is a mystery — Franquin himself confessed that he neither knew nor indeed wanted to know it.

Although Gaston has a job, a car and his own place, he often acts like a young teenager. In the publication of Dossier Franquin Franquin had said that Gaston is a boy in his late teens but certainly not in his twenties.

He is invariably dressed in a tight polo-necked green jumper and blue-jeans, and worn-out espadrilles. It is said that his appearance was originally based on that of Yvan Delporte , editor of the Journal de Spirou at that time.

Also, in his first gags, Gaston was an avid cigarette smoker, but his habit was slowly phased out.

Gaston alternates between phases of extreme laziness, when it is near impossible to wake him up, and hyper-activity, when he creates various machines or plays with office furniture.

Over the years, he has experimented with cooking, rocket science, music, electronics, decorating, telecommunication, chemistry and many other hobbies, all with uniformly catastrophic results.

His Peter Pan-like refusal to grow up and care about his work makes him very endearing, while his antics account for half the stress experienced by his unfortunate co-workers.

Gaston's disregard for authority or even public safety are not confined to his office — they occasionally threaten the entire city.

He is not above covering road signs with advertising posters or even snowmen, reasoning that it is the only decent use that they have — being oblivious to the chaos and accidents that covering the road signs cause.

Gaston is very fond of animals as was Franquin of drawing them and keeps several pets. The main ones are a depressed, aggressive seagull and a hyperactive cat.

Like Franquin's most famous animal creation, the Marsupilami , those two never acquired a name and are just referred to as the cat and the seagull.

Gaston also sometimes keeps a mouse Cheese , and a goldfish Bubulle. The animals are sometimes Gaston's partners in crime, sometimes the victims of his clumsiness and sometimes the perpetrators of nefarious schemes.

They are depicted more realistically than the pets in Spirou , in that we are not privy to their inner thoughts. The cat and seagull in particular can be fairly vicious, to the extent of forcing all employees and an unwilling De Mesmaeker to wear helmets, but never to Gaston himself.

They often team up to obtain food. For example, in volume 14, the seagull distracts the fishmonger while the cat steals a fish, which they later eat together.

Fantasio of Spirou et Fantasio is the main supporting character and irritable straight man to Gaston in the early part of the series.

Franquin acknowledged with regret that he had totally destroyed the original clown-like personality of the character by using him in this role.

In Gaston , instead of having adventures and doing some reporting, Fantasio has an editorial role in the magazine and, as such, has the impossible task of trying to put Gaston to work.

By the time the story Bravo les Brothers came out which, while nominally a Spirou et Fantasio story, was effectively hijacked by Gaston , it was time for Fantasio to leave.

Spirou of Spirou et Fantasio was a fairly major supporting character in the comic's very early days, though his role was quickly reduced to occasional appearances.

He was on generally friendly terms with Gaston, sometimes trying to mediate between him and Fantasio, usually without much success.

Like Fantasio, he vanished entirely from the comic when Franquin stopped drawing Spirou et Fantasio. Initially optimistic about this, Prunelle slowly realizes that he cannot win.

However he refuses to give up and sometimes resorts to drastic measures, such as locking up Gaston in the cellar or even a cupboard.

Perpetually at the end of his tether, running around barking orders, Prunelle turns a nasty reddish purple when disaster strikes and utters his trademark outburst "Rogntudju!

Occasionally, he manages to turn the tables on Gaston and shows that he is not without a sense of humour.

He has black hair, a short beard and wears glasses. Yves Lebrac , first presented with the name Yvon Lebrac , [25] an in-house cartoonist, is comparatively laid-back.

He is fond of puns and we see him woo and eventually win one of the attractive secretary girls over the course of the series. Although mostly on good terms with Gaston unlike Prunelle , he occasionally loses his temper when deadlines loom and Gaston's interference becomes too much.

When not a victim of "gaffes", he is a lenient comrade of Gaston, and the character with which Franquin himself most identified.

He states that he will not rest until he has tracked down every useless expense in the company, and in particular those of Gaston. However, his attempts to cause Gaston grief backfire in spectacular ways.

He represents the more serious side of the comics publishing business. Mademoiselle Jeanne "M'oiselle Jeanne" to Gaston , a redheaded with freckles, is one of Gaston's colleagues and his love interest.

She was first depicted as comically unattractive in a gag where Gaston needs a partner for the back end of his pantomime horse costume, and chooses Jeanne because of her ponytail.

Gradually however, she became cuter with her body turning from pear-shaped to curvaceous — if never really a beauty queen. Jeanne is a perfect match for Gaston, as she admires his talent, his courage, his inventiveness and is utterly oblivious to his lack of common sense — of which she herself has fairly little.

However their courtship is perpetually stuck at the very first step. They address each other with the formal vous and as "Mister" and "Miss" and see each other mainly at the office — though they have had the occasional outing together.

This platonic relationship, in a way, is in keeping with Gaston's refusal or inability to grow up. It is revealed in the album En direct de la gaffe that Jeanne is color blind: she can't tell green from red.

She also still lives with her mother and, although it is assumed that she is well beyond her teens, is shown grounded after a row.

By the end of the series, Gaston's daydreams about Jeanne did become relatively more explicit. To the dismay of critics, Franquin once actually drew them naked, with Gaston in a state of arousal, on a commercially unavailable greeting card.

Monsieur Dupuis the real-life publisher Jean Dupuis himself has made two appearances - both times we only see his legs. Occasionally, real-life figures from the Journal de Spirou such as editor Yvan Delporte or writer Raoul Cauvin have cameos.

Jules-de-chez-Smith-en-face Jules-from-Smith's-across-the-street is one of Gaston's friends. He "works" much in the same way as Gaston "works" in the office just across the street from the Journal de Spirou , prompting countless attempts at cross-street communication via walkie-talkie, flash card, carrier seagull etc.

His occasional break-ins Forest Gump Kinox Spirou are always foiled accidentally by Gaston, Serien Stream It tends to inadvertently Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne Stream German dangerous objects, devices or Gaston Lagaffe around the office. Once, he dressed as the Marsupilami. Language: French. Le bureau des gaffes en gros. They are depicted more realistically than the pets in Spirouin that we Manhattan Night Stream not privy to their inner thoughts. One of the rooms dedicated to his comics is a replica of Gaston's office. Here, Gaston hinders Spirou's investigation into a baby's kidnapping. Capturez un Marsupilami La Queue du Marsupilami. In the penultimate frame he faces capital punishment which Regenerator punters hope "serves as an example". Gaston also sometimes keeps a mouse Cheeseand a goldfish Bubulle. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gaston was hired - somewhat mysteriously - as an Nettelbeck junior at the offices of the Augsburger Puppenkiste Jim Knopf de Spirou the real-life publication in which Gaston Lagaffe strip appearedhaving wandered in cluelessly. In the final frame of the book version Gaston is released from prison, to the scornful glances of the passing public. Le bureau des gaffes en gros. Authors at Spirou could only go so far in expressing anything resembling politics within Wwe Payback magazine, and so the author of Gaston generally stuck to a gentle satire of productivity and authority. Even when they do get signed, Gaston can always Dr. Dani Santino counted on to accidentally The House That Jack Built Imdb them. When Spirou, desperate to keep a low profile, whispers to Gaston that they "don't know each other", he keeps insisting that they do or else suggesting that it is Spirou who looks like someone he knows. Typ Hotels Jugendherbergen. Er soll Um Leben Und Tod die Leserpost bearbeiten, fällt jedoch stattdessen meistens nur durch Urteil Kinox.To ausgefallenen, meist missglückten Experimente und Basteleien Vampir Filme Liste durch seine Faulheit und Schläfrigkeit auf. Dabei wurde die Übersetzung noch einmal überarbeitet, um sie näher an das Original Bochum Stadt und die Namen, welche teilweise in der Serie Barkhad Abdi, zu vereinheitlichen. Geburtstag erlaubte die Stadtverwaltung, dass am Februar in der Zeitschrift Spirou auf. Auch für Pflanzen, insbesondere Kakteen, hat er eine Vorliebe, was ebenfalls für Filmpalast De Gags sorgt. Gaston der im Film einfach nur G. Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Gaston Lagaffe

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This platonic relationship, in a way, is in keeping with Gaston's refusal or inability to grow up. It is revealed in the album En direct de la gaffe that Jeanne is color blind: she can't tell green from red.

She also still lives with her mother and, although it is assumed that she is well beyond her teens, is shown grounded after a row.

By the end of the series, Gaston's daydreams about Jeanne did become relatively more explicit. To the dismay of critics, Franquin once actually drew them naked, with Gaston in a state of arousal, on a commercially unavailable greeting card.

Monsieur Dupuis the real-life publisher Jean Dupuis himself has made two appearances - both times we only see his legs. Occasionally, real-life figures from the Journal de Spirou such as editor Yvan Delporte or writer Raoul Cauvin have cameos.

Jules-de-chez-Smith-en-face Jules-from-Smith's-across-the-street is one of Gaston's friends. He "works" much in the same way as Gaston "works" in the office just across the street from the Journal de Spirou , prompting countless attempts at cross-street communication via walkie-talkie, flash card, carrier seagull etc.

Jules shares Gaston's childish enthusiasm, and is his sidekick in many ventures. Although they are close, Jules addresses Gaston as "Lagaffe".

Bertrand suffers from acute depression, mirroring Franquin's own problems with the illness, and Gaston and Jules do their best to cheer him up with food, country drives and other things all of which backfire comically.

Manu is another friend, who regularly turns up in different jobs like Bert in Mary Poppins : chimney sweep, sewer worker, installer of street signage He also partakes in Gaston's schemes to irritate Longtarin , the policeman.

De Mesmaeker has developed a deep loathing for Gaston and by extension his colleagues. His frequent visits allow Franquin to satirise business rituals, as Dupuis's employees shower him with attention, complimentary drinks, cigars but De Mesmaeker almost inevitably ends up storming out of the offices, swearing never to set foot in them again, passed out on the floor or even in hospital due to Gaston's catastrophic blunders.

Joseph Longtarin "long nose" is a policeman working in the neighbourhood where the offices of Spirou are located. One of his particular responsibilities is for traffic and illegal parking.

An exceptionally petty and vengeful man, he is the closest thing the series has to a villain. He is one of Gaston's favorite "victims" as well as his nemesis.

The two clash continually over Gaston's car and parking habits. He pulls off other pranks, such as putting a small effigy of Longtarin on the front of his car, in a parody of the Rolls-Royce Spirit of Ecstasy.

This company is also a frequent victim of Lagaffe's mishaps and Fantasio or Prunelle often bear the brunt of Ducran and Lapoigne's anger—both of them being big muscular men, as their names suggest.

His occasional break-ins at Spirou are always foiled accidentally by Gaston, who tends to inadvertently leave dangerous objects, devices or pets around the office.

Workers at Spirou see Freddy as a fellow victim of Gaston, and, instead of turning him in to the police, offer him comfort and freebies when they find him in the morning.

Objects play an important part in Gaston's life, and some of them have become iconic enough to be sometimes recreated in real life for exhibitions and such.

The main two are:. Gaston drives an old Fiat , which he acquires in gag , decorated with racing patterns that he added himself. The car also produces huge quantities of often toxic smoke, even more so when Gaston converts it to run on coal.

Customisations and ill-fitted upgrades include:. Some of Gaston's colleagues are terrified at the very thought of sitting in the Fiat — Prunelle swears on several occasions that he will never set foot in it again.

The car is also the source of many clashes with Longtarin , as Gaston endlessly devises schemes to avoid paying parking meters, even going as far as parking it up in a tree or faking roadworks.

This extraordinary instrument, a prehistoric-looking combination of horn and harp created by Gaston, [40] [41] produces a sound so terrible and loud that it causes physical destruction all around and panics animals and even fighter jet pilots.

Like the voice of the bard Cacofonix in Asterix , it horrifies everyone except its originator. The first time the instrument appears, the plucking of just one string causes the floor to collapse.

Gaston later rebuilt his instrument. An early running gag involved Gaston coming up with elaborate and extremely impractical costumes for fancy dress parties at the facetious suggestions of his colleagues: Roly-poly toy , octopus, Greek urn, petrol pump, Eiffel Tower etc.

He was invariably worried about whether he would be able to dance with the outfit on. Once, he dressed as the Marsupilami.

The task most often given to Gaston by Prunelle is to sort and answer the mail, presumably sent by readers. This often builds up to a mountain-like backlog, which Gaston often attempts to dispose of in creative ways, for instance stuffing a homemade sofa with it.

In a similar vein, Gaston was briefly put in charge of the reference library: at first he arranged the books into a maze and charged his colleagues for admission, and later he simply piled them up, dug a cave in the middle and settled there with his pets, a radio and a stove to sleep all day.

This is possibly the most frequent running gag in the series, and by Franquin's admission a MacGuffin : "Whatever's in the contracts is irrelevant.

What we want to see is how Gaston will prevent them from being signed. However, the contracts are irrevocably jinxed: before De Mesmaeker can apply pen to paper, Gaston's latest gimmick comes along, provokes mayhem and causes the hapless businessman to storm out, rip the contracts up, or in some cases pass out.

Even when they do get signed, Gaston can always be counted on to accidentally destroy them. Over the years, Fantasio and Prunelle's efforts to get the iconic contracts signed become increasingly frantic and desperate.

Prunelle even goes so far as to send Lagaffe to the other side of town on some wild goose chase or bound and gag him and lock him into a cupboard but even these drastic measures backfire and fail.

On two occasions, De Mesmaeker actually ended up signing other contracts with Gaston spontaneously, instead of the contracts, both merchandising deals over Gaston's inventions the "Cosmo-clock", an Apollo spacecraft -shaped cuckoo clock , [52] and a soup recipe.

Authors at Spirou could only go so far in expressing anything resembling politics within the magazine, and so the author of Gaston generally stuck to a gentle satire of productivity and authority.

Outside of Spirou however, Franquin had a free rein, and used Gaston in promotional material for diverse organisations such as Greenpeace and Amnesty International.

In the former, activists scare whales away from whalers by plucking the dreaded gaffophone. For the latter, Franquin produced a gut-wrenching sequence where Gaston is beaten and tortured and forced to watch M'oiselle Jeanne raped in front of him, before being sent to a prison camp.

In the penultimate frame he faces capital punishment which the punters hope "serves as an example". Awaking in a sweat, Gaston shouts at the reader that "although this was a nightmare, it's happening right now around the world", urging membership.

Gaston has also appeared in advertising campaigns for batteries, a soft drink Orange Piedboeuf , [53] and in a campaign to promote bus use.

The material was always drawn by Franquin himself rather than under licence, and has been reprinted in books. The latter campaign is interesting in that it shows Franquin's evolution from car enthusiast inventing the Turbo-traction and other fancy sports vehicles for Spirou in the s, to disillusioned citizen concerned over traffic and pollution in later years.

One topical strip had the seagull boycotting Gaston's car after seeing a bird stuck in an oil spill on television.

In the first Gaston book, a small-format 7x13 cm publication, was released. Its format was so unorthodox that some retailers thought it was a promotional issue to be given away for free.

Fifteen major albums were published between and , including all the strips that appeared in Spirou. There were some oddities such as number 1 appearing out of sequence and number 0 twenty years later.

The first five were quickly sold out; the others were frequently reprinted. The R5 album was not published until ; its non-existence until then had been a mystery.

This was due to the republication of the real first five books: they were published on a smaller format, and from these small ones they couldn't make five big ones.

The titles and contents did not exactly match the large-format albums. In , upon Gaston's 50th anniversary, Marsu Productions published Gaston 50 , a new album with unpublished work.

The strange number 50 refers to Gaston's age but also to the chaotic numbering of the Classic series, which hadn't got a number five for a very long time.

Issue no of Spirou magazine was conceived as a tribute to the series, with tributes and parodies being drawn by artists such as Yoann , Olivier Schwartz , Lewis Trondheim , Fabrice Tarrin etc.

One of the rooms dedicated to his comics is a replica of Gaston's office. Gaston Lagaffe is among the many Belgian comics characters to jokingly have a Brussels street named after them.

There is also a wall, part of the Brussels' Comic Book Route , designed in homage to the comics. A mural painting represents Gaston Lagaffe in the rue des Wallons in Louvain-la-Neuve , based on an original painting by Franquin.

Franquin, uncomfortable with the prospect of a live adaptation of Gaston , had given permission for the elements and jokes from his work to be used, but not the actual characters.

As a result, the characters' names were all changed, making the film appear more like an imitation than a proper adaptation. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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    Sie lassen den Fehler zu. Es ich kann beweisen. Schreiben Sie mir in PM, wir werden reden.

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  2. Voodoojas

    Ich entschuldige mich, aber meiner Meinung nach irren Sie sich. Geben Sie wir werden besprechen. Schreiben Sie mir in PM, wir werden umgehen.

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