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Jeanne Ducluzeau, Max Greig, Oysters in France & Laureat Goulet (1986)

En Français



Genre: French

Place Covered: Chatellerault, France, St. Martinville, St. Martin Parish, Louisiana, La Rochelle, France, Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana

Copyright Holder: Louisiana Educational Television Authority

Date Issued: 1986-02-9

Duration: 00:26:22

Subjects: French language | Authors | Film Industry | Oyster fisheries | Music


  • LaFleur, Amanda Host
  • Ducluzeau, Jeanne Interviewee
  • Pitre, Glen Interviewer
  • Greig, Max Interviewee
  • Gustin, Philippe Narrator
  • Goulet, Laureat Performer


This episode of the series “En Francais” from February 9, 1986, features Amanda LaFleur’s interview with author Jeanne Ducluzeau in Chatellerault, France. She discusses her novel “Anne d’Acadie.” Glen Pitre then interviews Max Greig, who discusses the 1929 filming of the silent movie “Evangeline” in St. Martinville, Louisiana. Philippe Gustin then narrates a visit to a seafood restaurant, Le Bistrot d’Andre, and the oyster beds of La Rochelle, France. Laureat Goulet, a violinist from Quebec, Canada, then performs two songs in the studio. This episode was preserved through a 2018 CLIR Recordings at Risk Grant.