Belle and Sebastian (1965)

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Belle and Sebastian is based on a novel by Cécile Aubry. The story is about a six year old boy named Sébastien and his dog Belle, a Pyrenean Mountain Dog, They live in a small alpine village on the French side of the border between France and Italy. Sébastien lives with his adopted grandfather, sister, and brother. Sébastien's mother died after giving birth to him while trying to cross the border on Saint Sebastian's day.

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Episode Description

1

First Meeting

News comes to a small village in the French Alps that an enormous white dog is running wild in the mountains. Sebastian is determined that it shall come to no harm.

2

The Shelter at Grand Baou

César takes Sebastian higher up the mountain pass than he has ever been before, and shows him the way to the Italian frontier.

3

Conflict

Because they don't understand Belle, the villagers are terrified of her, and determined to hunt her down. But Sebastian intervenes.

4

The Stranger

A sinister newcomer to the village gets work locally, and insinuates himself into Cesar's household.

5

Norbert's Suitcase

Sebastian is suspicious of Norbert, especially when he sees him meeting a strange car.

6

Customs Patrol

Much to the disquiet of Angelina and her grandfather, Norbert begins to exercise a bad influence over Jean.

7

The Big Valley

Jean tricks Sebastian and takes Belle for training up to the Grand Baou in accordance with Norbert's instructions.

8

Christmas Eve

The two customs men become suspicious about Belle's activity.

9

Christmas Day

Angelina's plans for a happy Christmas appear to be ruined, and Sebastian goes up into the mountains in search of Belle.

10

Fire

The Commissioner from Paris arrives in the village just as disaster hits the chalet.

11

Avalanche

Norbert takes to flight, and Jean Is involved in the Commissioner's investigations.

12

The Inquiry

Has Sebastian escaped the avalanche? And where is Belle?

13

The Evidence

Jean tries to find the evidence which will prove his innocence.