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Série rose: Les Chefs d’œuvre de la littérature érotique (literal English: pink series, the masterpieces of erotic literature) is a French television series of 28 episodes of 26 minutes each, produced by Pierre Grimblat and broadcast on French television channel FR3 from November 8 1986 to 1990.

The series consisted of adaptations of libertine fiction from the European literary canon, original authors included Marguerite of Navarre, Comte de Mirabeau, Nicolas Restif de La Bretonne, Anton Chekhov, Chaucer, Guy de Maupassant, Jean de La Fontaine, Théophile Gautier, Daniel Defoe and Aristophanes.

Directors included Belgian director Harry Kumel (Daughters of Darkness), French colleague Michel Boisrond (Cette sacrée gamine) and Polish director Walerian Borowczyk (The Beast). Harry Kumel's contributions were separately released as The Secrets Of Love: Three Rakish Tales. Walerian Borowczyk directed four episodes for the series: Almanach des adresses des demoiselles de Paris, Un traitement justifié, Le Lotus d'or, and L'Experte Halima.

Série rose was bought by German and South-American and American television where they were known as Erotisches zur Nacht or Softly from Paris (USA).

Most notable appearance is that of Pedro Almodóvar ensemble cast member Penélope Cruz.

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Episodes

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0131187/episodes
see list of episodes from Série rose
  1. Augustine de Villebranche by Sade
  2. La Fessée after a story by Marguerite de Navarre, directed by Harry Kumel
  3. Le Libertin de qualité after a story by Comte de Mirabeau, directed by Christian Faure
  4. L'Élève, after a story by Nicolas Restif de La Bretonne
  5. La Serre, directed by Harry Kumel
  6. Une villa à la campagne, directed by Maurice Fasquel, after Anton Chekhov
  7. Le Demi-mariage, after a story by Nicolas Restif de La Bretonne
  8. Le Partenaire inattendu, after a story by Chaucer
  9. La Revanche, directed by Harry Kumel
  10. La Mandragore, directed by Harry Kumel
  11. L'Épreuve de l'amour
  12. Elle et lui, starring Penélope Cruz
  13. Almanach des adresses des demoiselles de Paris, directed by Walerian Borowczyk
  14. Un traitement justifié, directed by Walerian Borowczyk
  15. La Dame galante, Isabelle Mergault (scenario, adaptation and dialogue)
  16. Les Leçons de Bucciuolo, directed by Péter Gárdos
  17. La Conversion
  18. Le Lotus d'or, written by Patrick Pesnot, directed by Walerian Borowczyk
  19. L'Experte Halima, directed by Walerian Borowczyk
  20. À la feuille de rose, maison turque, after a novel by Guy de Maupassant
  21. La Gageure des trois commères, after a fable by Jean de La Fontaine
  22. Hercule aux pieds d'Omphale, after a novel by Théophile Gautier
  23. Le Style Pompadour, directed by Michel Boisrond
  24. Lady Roxane, after Daniel Defoe's Roxana: The Fortunate Mistress
  25. La Grève de l'amour, after the Lysistrata story by Aristophanes
  26. Le Signe directed by Fred Hilberdink

Cast

In Germany: Erotisches zur Nacht

On German television, the series was dubbed Erotisches zur Nacht:

- 1. Der Wüstling {Der Wüstling} (Le libertin de qualit?) - 2. Die Weiberwette {Die Weiberwette} (La gageure des trois commeres) - 3. Das türkische Haus {Das türkische Haus} (A la feuille de rose, maison turque) - 4. Der Schüler {Der gelehrige Schüler} (L'eleve) - 5. Villa auf dem Lande {Das Landhaus} (Une villa ? la campagne) - 6. Die Geprügelte {Die Strafe} (La fessel) - 7. Das Gewächshaus {Das Treibhaus} (La serre) - 8. Augustine {Die Liebeslist} (Augustin de Villagrache) - 9. Die Versuchung {Das Zeichen} (Le signe) - 10. Königin der Nacht {Traumnächte} (Hercule aux pieds d'omphale) - 11. Eine gerechte Belehrung {Weiberlist} (Un traitement justifie) - 12. Eine halbvollzogene Hochzeit {Die halbvollzogene Ehe} (Le demi mariage) - 13. Rache ist süß {Rache ist süß} (Le revanche) - 14. Der Liebeszauber {Der Liebeszauber} (La mandragore) - 15. Die Liebesprobe {Die Liebesprobe} (L'épreuve d'amour) - 16. Der unerwartete Partner {Die keusche Meisterin} (Le partenaire inattendu) - 17. Für jeden etwas {Für jeden etwas} (L'almanach des adresse) - 18. Von Jungfer, Weib und Witwe {Von Jungfer, Weib und Witwe} (Les dames galantes) - 19. Sie und Er {Verwirrspiele} (Elle et lui) - 20. Lady Raxana {Lady Roxane} (Lady Roxan) - 21. Die Launen der Natur (La conversion) - 22. Die goldene Lotusblume (Le lotus d'or) - 23. Der göttliche Trunk (L'experte halima) - 24. Die königliche Mätresse (Le style Pompadour) - 25. Der Liebesstreik(La grevede l'amour) - 26. Eine lustvolle Lektion (Les lecons de Buccuiolo)


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