June 1rst, 1991: CharlElie performing the song “Le Menteur de Métier” during the popular comedy show called “L’émission” of Les Nuls.
Did you know CharlElie wrote and interpreted the opening song of the famous French cartoon The Marsupilami? This fact is even more relevant now that film Producer, Alain Chabat, has released the movie “Sur la piste du Marsupilami” (“On The Marsupilami’s Track”), which is the widescreen interpretation of the legendary French cartoon. CharlElie’s song still echoes in the head of an entire generation who grew up with the Marsupilami’s cartoon: Houba houba! Houba houba, c’est lui le Marsupilami!
- Link to CharlElie’ interpretation: CharlElie’s Marsupilami song
Make sure to watch this great 51 minute documentary on CharlElie “Les Statues de sa Liberté” (The Statues of his Liberty, 2011) diffused on French network France 3. A Véronique Buson et Sylvain Pierrel film co-produced by France Télévisions/Vosges Télévision/Images Plus/Supermouche Productions. This documentary includes exclusive interviews of his brother Tom Novembre, daughter Yamée, other close family friends and important characters in CharlElie’s life.
The documentary is currently being purchased by TV5 and will soon be diffused all over the world.