Chapi Chapo is a French short stop-motion series. Created by Italo Bettiol and Stephano Lonati, with music by François de Roubaix, it premiered in 1974 on R(T)F Telvision (and later on Boomerang) and ran for 60 5-minute episodes.
The show aired on American television in the 1980s as part of Nickelodeon's Pinwheel.
It was named "Chapi Chapo" as a play-on-words with the French word, chapeaux, which means "hats". Both of the main characters wore oversized hats that matched their clothing. The one in red is Chapi (a girl) and the one in blue is Chapo (a boy).
Freaky French dolls in a cube-world + a rockin' soundtrack!
Guess who is Chapi. Guess who is Chapo.
So, the one in red is Chapi and the one in blue is Chapo.
Painfully addictive French cartoon that Teki Latex likes.
American Folk Blues Festival 1962-1969 - 4
The “Blues and Gospel Train" was filmed May 7, 1964 by Granada TV for the BBC at the abandoned Wilbraham Road Station in Manchester! AMAZING!!!!!!!!