The Most Valuable Smurfs

The Most Valuable & Rare Smurf Figures:

1. Praying Smurf & Smurfette

Christmas Smurfette Praying - Genuine
51911
Christmas Smurfette Praying – Genuine
VALUE APPROX$180.00

Look out for FAKE versions of this very valuable smurf figurine!

Christmas Praying Smurf - Genuine
51910
Christmas Praying Smurf – Genuine
APPROX VALUE$180.00

New Smurfs Episode on Retro Channel

TELETOON Retro adds new vintage episodes of The Smurfs to the schedule this month!

On Monday, February 2, in an episode of The Smurfs, never before seen on TELETOON Retro, The Smurfs trick Gargamel into thinking he’s gone to Heaven to account for his past sins against them while Brainy grows a beard to be more like Papa. The Smurfs air everyday on TELETOON Retro at 8 am and 8 pm ET.

Wohoo!  I can’t wait!

Chef Boyardee Commercial

Here is the classic 1980s Smurf Pasta TV commercial

A great commercial that uses the show’s original character voices and has a bit of a plot;

In the commercial, Gargamel decides to steal all the smurf’s food, which prompts Papa Smurf to create Smurf Pasta in four delicious flavors. Gargamel is foiled again.

History of the Smurfs

The Belgian cartoonist Peyo introduced Smurfs to the world in a series of comic strips, making their first appearance in the Belgian comics magazine Le Journal de Spirou on October 23, 1958. The English-speaking world perhaps knows them best through the popular 1980s animated television series from Hanna-Barbera Productions, The Smurfs.

http://www.smurf.com/peyo-en

Johan et Pirlouit

At the time, Peyo (original name Pierre Culliford) created a Franco-Belgian comics series in Le Journal de Spirou titled Johan et Pirlouit (translated to English as Johan and Peewit), set in Europe during the Middle Ages. Johan serves as a brave young page to the king, and Peewit (Pirlouit, pronounced Peer-loo-ee) functions as his faithful, if boastful and cheating, midget sidekick.

On October 23, 1958,[2] Peyo introduced a new set of characters to the Johan et Pirlouit story La flûte à six trous.[3] This alone caused no great excitement, as the brave duo constantly encountered strange new people and places. This time, they had the mission of recovering a magic flute, which required some sorcery by the wizard Homnibus. And in this manner, they met a tiny, blue-skinned humanoid creature in white clothing called a “Schtroumpf”, followed by his numerous peers who looked just like him, with an elderly leader who wore red clothing and had a white beard. The characters proved to be a huge success, and the first independent Smurf stories appeared in Spirou in 1959, together with the first merchandising.

With the commercial success of “The Smurf empire” came the merchandising empire of Smurf miniatures, models, games, and toys. Entire collecting clubs have devoted themselves to collecting PVC Smurfs.

The Smurfs Episode List

Complete list of all Smurfs Episodes

from TV.Com

Unicef Commercial: Smurfs at War!!

This is quite an attention grabber: a commercial developed by Unicef in Belgium (hence why the video is not in English).    This commercial was obviously not created for children.

http://www.unicef.org/media/media_28772.html

2009 Smurfs

2009 Movie Set Smurfs
20709 Stuntman, 20715 Producer, 20712 Soundman, 20710 Clapper Board,
20713 Actress, 20711 Director, 20716 Actor and 20714 Cameraman

Aren’t these fun?  And just in time for the production of the new Smurfs Movie!