Terre humaine (1978–1984)

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Dans une grande famille rurale contemporaine, les Jacquemin, trois générations s'affrontent. Le patriarche de 85 ans, Léandre, répugne à régler sa succession; autour de ce pilier familial, ... See full summary »


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  • Jean Duceppe in Terre humaine (1978)
  • Jean Duceppe and Sylvie Léonard in Terre humaine (1978)

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8 February 2011 | fern-2
10
| Excellent television serial 1978-1984
This excellent television serial presents the adventures of the Jaquemin family, which is made up of Léandre Jaquemin who is called "Pépère", his son Antoine, his wife Jeanne and their 8 children and their families. They live on a farm which they cultivate in a modern way in the village of Ste-Marie-des-Anges, near Joliette. The serial lasted 6 seasons, for a total of 229 episodes. Terre Humaine introduced a pleasant and simple history and characters more than attaching.The acting was great and many great québécois actors were involved, notably Jean Duceppe (Pepère), Marjolaine Hébert (Jeanne) and Guy Provost (Antoine) as the main characters.

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