Les Aventures de Bernard et Bianca (1977)
- The Rescuers -
M. Snoops :
Annie Bouée | Ellie Mae :
Président de la SOS Société | Mr. Chairman :
Tortue | Gramps :
Hibou | Owl :
Taupe | Digger :
Lapin | Rabbit :
Présentateur TV | TV Announcer :
L'Ambassadrice allemande | German ambassador :
Soliste | Soloist :
Béatrice Delfe (speaking) & Anne Germain (singing)
Jane Val [credited as Jeanne Val]
Géraldine Gogly (singing)
Source : VHS credits / Dans L'Ombre des Studios
- Release date :
France - November 30, 1977
- Aurélia Bruno, playing Penny, was only 7 years old.
- When the movie was released, the daughter of Perrette Pradier (Medusa), who was 3 years old at the time, refused to talk to her mother for 3 weeks because her performance was terrifyng.
- It seems Serge Lhorca was wrongly credited as Luke in the French credits, while he was the voice of the Rabbit; the comedian Gérard Hernandez was the voice of Luke.
Bernard et Bianca au Pays des Kangourous (1991)
- The Rescuers Down Under -
Percival McLeah :
Président | Chairman :
Docteur | Doctor :
Baitmouse & Cafard | Cockroach :
La Mère | Mother :
Infirmière | Nurse Mouse :
Cricket Cook :
Source : DVD credits
- Release date :
France - November 27, 1991
- Both of the original voice of Bernard and Bianca came back in this sequel.
- Boris Roatta, who had played Flounder the year before in the first dub of The Little Mermaid, and who played Cody in the French dub, tragically died in 1994, hit by a reckless driver, at the age of 14 years old.
- During his television broadcasts on Disney Channel, the film is surprisingly censored ! The scene of the throwing knife by McLeach is cut, as well as the sequence when Wilbur receives an injection of a powerful sedative shot.