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The Little Prince (2010 TV series)

The Little Prince (French: Le Petit Prince) is a Swiss-French stereoscopic computer-animated children's television series inspired by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's novel of the same name that began broadcast in late 2010. The series was created by Method Animation and the Saint-Exupéry-d'Agay Estate Production, in co-production with LPPTV, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Fabrique d'Images, DQ Entertainment and ARD, in participation with France Télévisions WDR Rai Fiction, Télévision Suisse Romande and TV5Monde.

The Little Prince
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English title card
GenreAction
Adventure
Based onThe Little Prince
by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Written byChristel Gonnard[1]
Directed byPierre Alain Chartier[2]
Voices ofGabriel Bismuth Bienaimé
Franck Capillery
Guillaume Gallienne
Marie Gillain[3]
Composer(s)Frédéric Talgorn[1]
Country of originFrance
Switzerland
Original language(s)French
Italian
German
No. of seasons3[4]
No. of episodes78[4] (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)Cédric Pilot[2]
Producer(s)Aton Soumache
Alexis Vonarb
Dimitri Rassam
Cédric Pilot[2]
Running time26 minutes
Production company(s)Method Animation
DQ Entertainment
Rai Fiction
LP Animation
La Fabrique d’images
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
ARD[2]
Release
Original networkFrance 3
TV5Monde
WDR
TSR
Jeem TV (season 3)
Picture format1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Original releaseDecember 24, 2010 (2010-12-24)[5] –
present (present)
External links
Official website
Production website

It was produced by Aton Soumache, Alex Vonarb, Dimitri Rassam and Cedric Pilot, co-produced by Jean-Marie Musique, Christine Parisse and Tapaas Chakravarti, and developed for television by Matthieu Delaporte and Alexandre de la Patelliere with Romain Van Leimt. Main character creation and adaptation was done by Bertrand Catignol, with art direction by Gabriel Villate and Pierre-Alain Chartier. Storyboard supervision was done by Augusto Zanovello and Jean Charles Andre, and script edition by Christel Gonnard. The original music OST track for the series was composed, orchestrated and arranged by Frederic Talgorn, and performed by WDR Rundfunkorchester Köln.

Adaptation rights currently belong to Soicete pour l'CEuvre et la Memoire d'Antione de Saint-Exupery (2008). It was later translated into English and Scottish Gaelic.

Translated dubs were broadcast on three channels in Canada:[6] TVOntario[6] (until 2016, as part of TVO Kids), Télé-Québec[6] and Knowledge Network.[6] In the United States, the series was part of the original lineup for Primo TV during its January 2017 launch.[7] The series is also officially available online, via media partners, on YouTube.

Contents

CastEdit

Main charactersEdit

Supporting charactersEdit

B planet charactersEdit

B 546 episodes 1-2, The Planet of Time:

B 311 episodes 3-4, The Planet of the Firebird:

  • Princess Feng by Kira Tozer (English) the twin sister and only sibling of Huang, imprisoned
  • Prince Huang by Ian Hanlin (English) a prince who stole a crown from the Fire Bird to claim kingship (spelled Wong in closed captions)
  • Shin-Joh by Alistair Abell (English) a stone-cutter (spelled Shinjo and Shinjoh in closed captions)

B 222 episodes 5-6, The Planet of Wind

  • Zephir by Amitai Marmorstein (spelled Zéphyr in description) the son of the governor
  • The Governor of the Winds by Ron Halder (name later revealed to be Elus)
  • Foehn by Shawn Macdonald (spelled Fayne in closed captions) the first person Prince and Fox meet
  • The Lieutenant by Andy Toth

B 678 episodes 7-8, The Planet of Music:

  • Semitone by Matthew Erickson (English) works in the instrument factor testing for Dissonance
  • Euphony by Lara Gilchrist (English) a singing diva in love with Ivory
  • Otto by Jason Simpson (English) in charge of the instrument factory (spelled Auto in the closed captions)
  • Ivory by Scott Roberts (English) Anemone's son, in love with Euphony
  • Anemone by Linda Darlow (English) Ivory's mom (closed captions in episode one has Snake call her An Enemy)

Characters in arcs with unidentified planetsEdit

episodes 9-10, possibly Gehom or Giant

  • characters TBA

B 356 episodes 11-12, The Planet of Jade

B 370 episodes 13-14, Planet of the Globies

episodes 15-16, The Planet of Amicopes:

episodes 17-20

  • characters TBA

episodes 21-23, The Planet of Bubble Gob:

episodes 24-25, The Planet of Carapodes:

  • Atsign by Alessandro Juliani (English) has magical bond with carapods
    • Ambrosia an girl on Atsign's route who he talks to, she has a little brother. Later goes to visit Miney, revealed to have a sick father and a member of the Whatis, though it is not clear how she crossed the desert. Her name is not revealed until the end, when Atsign mentions seeing her uncle.
    • mother of son who finds out he got a promotion and bought a green suit
  • Eenymeeny by Richard Ian Cox (English) a gambler and father
    • Miney, the mother of Mo
    • Mo, the son of Eenymeeny and Miney, expecting a letter from his girlfriend
  • Philatello by Don Brown (English) runs the post office
  • Zig by Trevor Devall (English) runs the circus, including an old tiger named Archibald

episode 26-27, possibly Gehom or Giant

  • characters TBA

B 743 episodes 28-29, La planète du Ludokaa, translated The Planet of Ludokaa, abbreviated Planet Ludokaa in English

episodes 30-33, could include Gehom or Giant

  • characters TBA

episodes 34-35, La planète des Okidiens:

episodes 36-37, The Planet of Libris:

C 333 episode 38-39, The Planet of Cublix

episodes 40-41, could be Gehom or Giant

  • characters TBA

episodes 42-44, La planète des Bamalias:

X 442 episodes 45-47, La planète du Gargand, called The Planet of the Gargand in English dub, or The Planet of Gargand on guides

Characters in arcs with unidentified episode numbersEdit

B 782 episodes ??-?? The Planet of the Giant (2-part arc)

D 444 episodes ??-?? Gehom's Planet (2-part arc)

D 455 episodes ??-?? The Star Snatcher's Planet

W 5613 episodes ??-?? The Planet of the Trainiacs:

  • Marieke by Venus Terzo (English) the painter wife of Hannibal
  • Hannibal by Dale Wilson (English) the train master
  • Rosetta by Carol-Anne Day (English) the daughter of Hannibal and Marieke
  • Manuel by Ryan Luhning (English) Hannibal's apprentice

Multi-planet arc charactersEdit

Storylines in the second season are original stories that build upon multiple planets addressed individually in season 1 interacting together.

B 325 > B 330 > B 505 episodes ??-?? The New Mission:

B 311 > D555 episodes ??-?? The Planet of the Ice Bird (based on The Planet of Ashkabaar by Heloise Cappoccia & Christel Connard and The Planet of the Firebird by Julien Magnat)

D455 > W5613 episodes ??-?? The Planet of the Astrotrainiacs (based on The Planet of the Trainiacs by An Keo and The Star Snatcher's Planet by Thomas Barichella)

D 333 > C 669 episodes ??-?? The Planet of the Oracle (based on The Planet of Coppelius by Otto Carlo Rino and The Planet of the Amicopes by Heloise Cappocia)

  • Coppelius by Trevor Devall (English) is the Oracle's (and Solaris') king
  • Excello by Simon Hayama (English) described by the Little Prince as "the engineer from the Planet of the Solaris" and by Fox as "my friend Entelio's father"
    • Antellio or Entelio is the son of Excello and friend of Fox.
  • The Oracle by Ellen Kennedy (English) wears a giant eye-shaped mask and has a wall of television monitors. They are connected to Eavesdroppers, winged cameras, belonging to Coppelius. The Snake attempts to influence her.
  • The Geographer by Tim Dixon (English) is a recurring ally stored in the Little Prince's sketchpad

C 669 > B 901 episodes ??-?? The Planet of the Grelon (based on The Planet of the Grand Buffoon by Thierry Gaudin and The Planet of Coppelius by Otto Carlo Rino)

  • Muche-Muche by Michael Adamthwaite (English) the husband of Tulip, son-in-law of the Grand Buffoon, father of Ballotin
  • Tulip by Cheryl McMaster (English) the daughter of the Grand Buffoon, wife of Muche-Muche, mother of Ballotin
  • Ballotin by Griffin Kingston (English) the son of Muche-Muche and Tulio, grandson of the grand buffoon
  • The Grand Buffoon by Michael Shepherd
  • Swindly (and The Hunter, returning) by Lee Tockar
    • Swindly's Herald: ?
  • The Geographer by Tim Dixon
  • The King by Colin Murdock
  • Captain Of The Guard: ?
  • Grelon, the pet of Ballotin (revealed to be Tolben who Little Prince met in Planet of Coppelius arc): ?
  • Visconti: ?

D 0101 > B 743 episodes ??-?? The Planet of the Crystal Tears (based on The Planet of Ludokaa by Clelia Constantine and The Planet of the Okidiens by Christel Gonnard and Therry Gaudin)

D0101 > B782 episodes ??-?? The Planet of the Giant Comet (based on The Planet of the Giant by Gilles Adrien & Alain Broders and The Planet of the Okidiens by Thierry Gaudin & Christel Gonnard)

X 000 > B222 episodes ??-?? The Planet of the Nymphalidae (based on The Planet of the Winds by Delphine Dubos and The Planet of the Snake by Julien Magnat)

EpisodesEdit

Season 1Edit

Aired in 2010, English translations in 2011

  1. La planète du temps (part 1) The Planet of Time English translation aired December 31, 2011
  2. La planète du temps (part 2)
  3. La planète de l'oiseau de feu (part 1) The Planet of the Firebird
  4. La planète de l'oiseau de feu (part 2)
  5. La planète des Eoliens (part 1) translation aired April 25, 2011 The Planet of Wind
  6. La planète des Eoliens (part 2)
  7. La planète de la musique (part 1) English: The Planet of the Music
  8. La planète de la musique (part 2)
  9. La planète de l'astronome (part 1) English: The Planet of the Astronomer translation aired August 7, 2011
  10. La planète de l'astronome (part 2)
  11. La planète de jade (part 1) English: The Planet of Jade
  12. La planète de jade (part 2)
  13. La planète des Globus (part 1) English: The Planet of Globies (retitled Planet of the Globies)
  14. La planète des Globus (part 2)
  15. La planète des Amicopes (part 1) English: The Planet of Amicopes planet D 333 / The Planet of the Oracle
  16. La planète des Amicopes (part 2)
  17. La planète de Géhom (part 1)
  18. La planète de Géhom (part 2)
  19. La planète des Wagonautes (part 1) translation aired December 17, 2011: The Planet of Traniacs
  20. La planète des Wagonautes (part 2)
  21. La planète du Bubble Gob (part 1) translation aired December 24, 2011, TVO debut on February 12, 2012 The Planet of the Bubble Gob
  22. La planète du Bubble Gob (part 2) TVO debut also February 12, 2012
  23. La planète du Bubble Gob (part 3)
  24. La planète des Carapodes (part 1) translation aired February 20, 2012 English: The Planet of Carapodes planet B 723
  25. La planète des Carapodes (part 2) aired May 27, 2012
  26. La planète de géant (part 1) The Planet of the Giants'
  27. La planète de géant (part 2)

Season 2Edit

  • 28: La planète du Ludokaa (part 1) aired September 23, 2012
  • 29: La planète du Ludokaa (part 2)
  • 30: La planète des Lacrimavoras (part 1) aired March 1, 2012
  • 31: La planète des Lacrimavoras (part 2)
  • 32: La planète de Coppelius (part 1) aired April 16, 2012 The Planet of the Oracle / The Planet of Grelon
  • 33: La planète de Coppelius (part 2)
  • 34: La planète des Okidiens (part 1) aired April 19, 2012
  • 35: La planète des Okidiens (part 2)
  • 36: La planète des Libris (part 1) aired June 17, 2012 The Planet of Libris
  • 37: La planète des Libris (part 2)
  • 38: La planète des Cublix (part 1) aired April 26, 2012
  • 39: La planète des Cublix (part 2) aired October 7, 2012, then December 27, 2015 on TVO
  • 40: La planète d'Ashkabaar (part 1) aired May 8, 2012
  • 41: La planète d'Ashkabaar (part 2)

Season 3Edit

  • 42: La planète des Bamalias (part 1) aired June 9, 2012 The New Mission
  • 43: La planète des Bamalias (part 2)
  • 44: La planète des Bamalias (part 3)
  • 45: La planète du Gargand aired September 2, 2012 English The Planet of Gargand
  • 46: The Planet of Gargand Part 2
  • 47: The Planet of Gargand Part 3 (English dub debuted September 2, 2012 and re-aired January 3, 2016 on TVO)
  • titles for episodes 48-49 needed, possibly The Planet of the Grand Buffoon"
  • 50: La planète du serpent (part 1) aired May 1, 2013 The Planet of the Snake
  • 51: La planète du serpent (part 2)
  • 52: La planète du serpent (part 3)

English titlesEdit

Original air dates listed on TVO indicate that the English episodes may have aired in a different order. The 2015 airings are also in a different order.

  1. The Planet of the Wind part 1 aired November 2011 then June 28, 2015 on TVO
    • The Little Prince tries to aid the Eolians with the wind, which has been failing because of a conflict between the Great Mage of the Winds and his son, Zephyr.
  2. The Planet of the Wind part 2 aired November 6, 2011 then July 5, 2015 on TVO
  3. The Planet of Time part 1 aired December 31, 2011 then May 17, 2015 on TVO (12 Feb 2012 and 11 Dec 2016 as "Planet of Time 1")
    • When the Little Prince sets foot on this planet, it is all out of synch. In one village, time has stopped. In another, on the contrary, it has sped up.
  4. The Planet of Time part 2 aired December 31, 2011 then May 24, 2015 on TVO (12 Feb 2012 and 18 Dec 2016 as "Planet of Time 2"[8])
    • Following the advice of the evil Cobra the watchmaker turns all the clocks back, but going back in time can be dangerous.
  5. The Planet of the Firebird part 1 aired January 15, 2012 then June 14, 2015 on TVO
  6. The Planet of the Firebird part 2 aired January 15, 2012 then June 21, 2015 on TVO
  7. The Planet of Jade part 1 aired January 22, 2012 then July 12, 2015 on TVO
  8. The Planet of Jade part 2 aired January 22, 2012 then July 19, 2015 on TVO
  9. The Star Snatcher's Planet part 1 aired March 4, 2012 then July 26, 2015 on TVO
  10. The Star Snatcher's Planet part 2 aired March 4, 2012 then August 2, 2015 on TVO
  11. The Planet of Bubble Gob part 1 aired March 4, 2012 then September 20, 2015 on TVO
  12. The Planet of Bubble Gob part 2 aired March 4, 2012 then September 27, 2015 on TVO
    • The Bubble Gob, a creature created to clean the ocean, threatens the homes of the Creatall
    • The Chlorophilians' crops are failing because the astronomer keeps removing stars and planets.
  13. The Planet of Music part 1 aired March 11, 2012 then May 31, 2015 and December 25, 2016[9] on TVO
    • When the Little Prince arrives on this planet, the Doites are a little unhinged by the strange behavior of Euphony, the singer whose songs rhythm everyday life. Lately, however, Euphony has been singing, less and out of tune and seems preoccupied.
  14. The Planet of Music part 2 aired March 11, 2012 then June 7, 2015 on TVO
  15. The Planet of the Globies part 1 aired May 6, 2012 then August 9, 2015 on TVO
    • The Little Prince discovers that the Globies are not the bad guys.
  16. The Planet of the Globies part 2 aired May 6, 2012 then August 16, 2015 on TVO
  17. The Planet of Amicopes part 1 aired ? then August 23, 2015 on TVO
  18. The Planet of Amicopes part 2 aired ? then August 30, 2015 on TVO
  19. The Planet of the Giants part 1 aired September 16, 2012 then November 22, 2015 on TVO
  20. The Planet of the Giants part 2 aired September 16, 2012 then November 29, 2015 on TVO
  21. Gehom's Planet part 1 aired February 17, 2013 then September 6, 2015 on TVO
  22. Gehom's Planet part 2 aired February 17, 2013 then September 13, 2015 on TVO
  23. The Planet of the Trainiacs part 1 aired September 9, 2012 then March 1, 2015 on TVO
  24. The Planet of the Trainiacs part 2 aired September 9, 2012 then March 8, 2015 on TVO
  25. The New Mission part 1 aired March 1, 2015 then March 15, 2015 on TVO
  26. The New Mission part 2 aired March 1, 2015 then March 22, 2015 on TVO
  27. The New Mission part 3 aired March 1, 2015 then March 29, 2015 on TVO
  28. The Planet of the Grelon part 1 aired March 8, 2015 then April 5, 2015 on TVO
  29. The Planet of the Grelon part 2 aired March 8, 2015 then April 12, 2015 on TVO
  30. The Planet of the Oracle part 1 aired March 15, 2015 then April 19, 2015 on TVO
  31. The Planet of the Oracle part 2 aired March 15, 2015 then April 26, 2015 on TVO
  32. The Planet of the Crystal Tears part 1 aired March 22, 2015 then May 3, 2015 on TVO
    • When the Little Prince reaches the Planet of Ludokaa, he discovers that Agathes king has started building a giant staircase to go to the source of the singing crystal pearls falling from the sky.
  33. The Planet of the Crystal Tears part 2 aired March 22, 2015 then May 10, 2015 on TVO
    • The Little Prince will discover that these pearls are in fact the tears of Okoda, exiled very high in the sky, in her aerial palace.
  34. The Planet of Ludokaa part 1 aired September 23, 2012 then December 6, 2015 on TVO
  35. The Planet of Ludokaa part 2 aired September 23, 2012 then December 13, 2015 on TVO
  36. The Planet of Cublix part 1 aired ?
  37. The Planet of Cublix part 2 aired October 7, 2012 then December 27, 2015 on TVO (part 1 did not air the preceding week)
  38. The Planet of Gargand part 3 aired September 2, 2012 then January 3, 2016 on TVO
  39. The Planet of the Astrotrainiacs part 1 aired ? then 11 September 2016 on TVO[10]
  40. The Planet of the Astrotrainiacs part 2 aired ? then 18 September 2016 on TVO
  41. The Planet of the Giant Comet part 1 aired 22 November 2015 then 25 September 2016 on TVO
  42. The Planet of the Giant Comet part 2 aired 22 November 2015 then 2 October 2016 on TVO
  43. The Planet of the Garglux part 1 aired 29 November 2015 then 9 October 2016 on TVO
  44. The Planet of the Garglux part 2 aired 29 November 2015 then 16 October 2016 on TVO
  45. The Planet of the Spadosaur part 1 aired 6 December 2015 then 23 October 2016 on TVO
  46. The Planet of the Spadosaur part 2 aired 6 December 2015 then 30 October 2016 on TVO[11]
  47. The Planet of the Cloud Tree part 1 aired 13 December 2015 then 6 November 2016 on TVO[12]
  48. The Planet of the Cloud Tree part 2 aired 13 December 2015 then 13 November 2016 on TVO
  49. The Planet of the Rose part 1 aired 20 December 2015 then 20 November 2016 on TVO
  50. The Planet of the Rose part 2 aired 20 December 2015 then 27 November 2016 on TVO
  51. The Planet of the Rose part 3 aired 20 December 2015 then 4 December 2016 on TVO
  52. The Planet of the Nymphalidae part 1 debuted 9 April 2017[13]
  53. The Planet of the Nymphalidae part 2 debuts 16 April 2017[14]

Book seriesEdit

A comic book adaptation with at least 22 issues has been created. The graphic novel books compile the stories which were spread over 2 or 3 episodes, and do not present them in the order that the TV series does.

  1. Book 1: The Planet of Wind released August 8 or October 1, 2012
  2. Book 2: The Planet of the Firebird released August 8 or October 1, 2012
  3. Book 3: The Planet of Music released September 5 or October 1, 2012
  4. Book 4: The Planet of Jade released September 5 or October 1, 2012
  5. Book 5: The Star Snatcher's Planet released December 28, 2012 or April 2013
  6. Book 6: The Planet of the Night Globes released December 28, 2012 or April 2013
  7. Book 7: The Planet of the Overhearers released December 28, 2012 or May 2013
  8. Book 8: The Planet of the Tortoise Driver released December 28, 2012 or May 2013
  9. Book 9: The Planet of the Giant released August or October 1, 2013
  10. Book 10: The Planet of Trainiacs released August or October 1, 2013
  11. Book 11: The Planet of Libris released September or October 1, 2013
  12. Book 12: The Planet of Ludokaa released September or October 1, 2013
  13. Book 13: The Planet of Tear-Eaters released March 1, 2014
  14. Book 14: The Planet of the Grand Buffoon released March 1, 2014
  15. Book 15: The Planet of the Gargand released March 1, 2014
  16. Book 16: The Planet of Gehom released March 1, 2014
  17. Book 17: The Planet of the Bubble Gob released October 1, 2014
  18. Book 18: The Planet of Time released October 1, 2014
  19. Book 19: The Planet of the Cublix released October 1, 2014
  20. Book 20: The Planet of Coppelius released October 1, 2014
  21. Book 21: The Planet of Okidians released January 1, 2015
  22. Book 22: The Planet of Ashkabaar released January 1, 2015
  23. Book 23: The Planet of Bamalias released August 1, 2015
  24. Book 24: The Planet of the Snake released August 1, 2015

Video GameEdit

In 2008, Microsoft Studios contracted Paris-based game developer MKO Games to develop an Xbox 360 title based on the series. Sometime in 2010 the project was cancelled after two prototypes were completed.[15][16]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "ON kids and family". Method Animation. Retrieved March 10, 2017.
  2. ^ a b c d "The Little Prince » Credits". Archived from the original on March 12, 2017. Retrieved March 10, 2017.
  3. ^ "Le Petit Prince » Casting". Archived from the original on May 12, 2017. Retrieved March 10, 2017.
  4. ^ a b "The Little Prince : PGS Entertainment". PGS Entertainment. Retrieved March 10, 2017. 78x26’ or 37 Mini Movies
    Season 3 (26x26')
  5. ^ "Voyage en 3D sur les traces du Petit Prince". France 3. Retrieved March 10, 2017.
  6. ^ a b c d Morgane (19 August 2013). "The Little Prince TV series in Canada". Archived from the original on 18 April 2016. Retrieved 10 April 2016. You already know that Canada has warmly welcomed the Little Prince, with his arrival in Grevin Montreal. But did you know that the series of The Little Prince is regularly broadcast on three channels?
    Knowledge Network broadcasts the Little Prince every Sunday at 10:30.
    On TVO, The Little Prince airs on the first Sunday of the month at 2 PM. Episodes of seasons 1 and 2 have all been released, but the popularity of the series can not be denied and will be rebroadcast until the arrival of season 3! TVO has also participated in the drawing competition asking children to draw the planet of their dreams to appear in episodes of the next season. A happy little viewer will see its Planet Dinosaur on the screen!
    Télé-Québec, which aired the Little Prince this spring, also participated in the drawing competition of the season 3! The lucky winners will see their designs in the third season from Quebec.

    (TVO broadcast date was moved to 3pm in 2015)
  7. ^ "The Little Prince". Primo TV. V-me Media. February 10, 2017. Retrieved March 9, 2017.
  8. ^ https://archive.today/20161219060334/http://tvo.org/schedule/2016-12-18
  9. ^ https://archive.today/20161219061820/http://tvo.org/schedule/2016-12-25
  10. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20160911103126/http://tvo.org/schedule
  11. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20161031200213/http://tvo.org/schedule/2016-10-30
  12. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20161031200331/http://tvo.org/schedule/2016-11-06
  13. ^ https://archive.today/20170410160013/http://tvo.org/schedule/2017-04-09 When the Little Prince returns to the Planet of the Winds, the eoluxes are ailing and the inhabitants are about to attack the Nymphalidae (giant butterflies) whom they suspect of causing the trouble.
  14. ^ https://archive.today/20170410161622/http://tvo.org/schedule/2017-04-16 The Little Prince finds out that the Snake has knocked the Planet of the Winds against the Planet of the Nymphalidae (new planet). In the impact, the Planet of the Nymphalidae loses all lower life forms and becomes a vast desert of gray sand. The butterfly population seeks to survive by feeding on the eoluxes. But the gray sand that they track to the Planet of the Winds makes the eoluxes sick.
  15. ^ "The Little Prince [Prototype – Xbox 360]". Unseen64. March 13, 2013. Retrieved March 10, 2017.
  16. ^ Beaumont, Peter (August 1, 2010). "Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's Little Prince poised for a multimedia return to Earth". The Guardian. Scott Trust Limited. Retrieved March 10, 2017.

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