Vicky the Viking (TV Series 1974– ) Poster

(1974– )

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A true TV classic
Gandalf-211 October 2001
Wickie on TV was my generations "must see" on weekdays. Not only did the series kidnap us to great adventures, it also showed how to solve problems without the use of force. Being also really funny in places, I only can recommend Wickie to all future generations - it beats today's p.c. kid's series by miles!
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Great cartoon from the 70s
RealLiveClaude21 January 2015
As I saw recently a 3D version of this tale of a young Viking boy, son of a leader named Alvar, made me remember of the original series.

Was well dubbed in Quebec by French-Canadian comedians like Ronald France, Flora Balzano (Vic), Jean-Louis Millette, Julien Bessette, Benoit Marleau and others (the former "Mont-Royal Synchro"), this dynamic dubbing crew did respect the freshness and wackiness of this motley crew of Vikings, always saved by the intelligence of Vic. Though his friends called him a coward due to his fear of wolves, he has admiration from his girlfriend and the tribe itself. Even "Sven the Terrible" was out casted by the boy's sudden flash ideas.

Well, great memories from childhood. Get on the drakkar for a load of fun.
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