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Meister Eder und sein Pumuckl ist eine deutsche Hörspiel- und Fernsehserie, die am Februar beim Bayerischen Rundfunk im Hörfunk debütierte und auf den gleichnamigen Büchern von Ellis Kaut basiert. Ein Kobold bleibt am Leimtopf kleben und wird sichtbar! So beginnt die Freundschaft zwischen Schreinermeister Eder (alias Gustl Bayrhammer) und Pumuckl. Das Programm für Kinder in der BR Mediathek. Videos, Dokus und Spielfilme für Kinder und die ganze Familie: Von Kobold Pumuckl bis hin zu den beliebten. Meister Eder und sein Pumuckl ist eine deutsche Hörspiel- und Fernsehserie, die am Februar beim Bayerischen Rundfunk im Hörfunk debütierte und. Meister Eder und sein Pumuckl ist eine deutsche Kinderserie. Sie basiert auf der Figur des von der Kinderbuchautorin Ellis Kaut erdachten Kobolds Pumuckl in.
Ein Kobold bleibt am Leimtopf kleben und wird sichtbar! So beginnt die Freundschaft zwischen Schreinermeister Eder (alias Gustl Bayrhammer) und Pumuckl. Die 1. Staffel der Serie Pumuckl kam erstmals ins Fernsehen, basierend auf einer erfolgreichen Hörspielreihe. Sie erzählt von der unfreiwilligen. Meister Eder und sein Pumuckl ist eine deutsche Kinderserie. Sie basiert auf der Figur des von der Kinderbuchautorin Ellis Kaut erdachten Kobolds Pumuckl in.
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Being a descendant of the Klabautermann people, who were sailors, Pumuckl loves everything that has to do with the ocean, especially sailboats.
For reasons unknown, he gets lost in Bavaria, where no ships are to be found. He doesn't like neat and clean places, so he takes refuge in a carpenter's untidy workshop.
The workshop belongs to elderly Meister Eder. It is precisely the fact that the workshop is untidy which seals Pumuckl's fate.
He gets stuck on an overflowing pot of glue. It is a rule among Kobolds that whenever one of his kind gets stuck to something manmade, they become visible, and according to the rules of their ancestors, must stay with the human who sees them, in this case Meister Eder.
On the show and in the books, Pumuckl is always visible if nobody other than Meister Eder is present. However, he turns invisible when other people come into view.
At first, Meister Eder is reluctant to take in the kobold, since he is quite content on his own, but Pumuckl makes it clear that he has no other choice.
A deep friendship soon blossoms between the elderly man and the cheeky kobold. The term "Meister" means that Eder has the qualification to take in apprentices.
In Germany at the time, it was common to refer to handymen by their professional title and their last name, the way it is still done with doctors.
However, some episodes end with Pumuckl being punished. At the end of one episode, in which Pumuckl tries to make chocolate pudding without Meister Eder's permission, Eder confines Pumuckl to the balcony and eats the pudding alone.
Other episodes end with Eder's withdrawal of something he gave to the little kobold. But by the end of the second part, the two have reconciled.
Pumuckl's character is usually childishly immature and mischievous. Since the Pumuckl stories are aimed at children, we presume that he was written this way so that children can relate to him.
Pumuckl's age is never mentioned. He had a life before he became visible, but it was very different: he didn't have to eat and was immune to cold and heat.
Meister Eder sees Pumuckl as a child and usually appears as his guardian. He often tries to teach him some morals, not always with the desired result.
For example, he never really manages to suppress Pumuckl's urge to steal things, though he always makes him give back what the little kobold has taken.
Pumuckl is occasionally very selfish, and sometimes this leads to actual wrongdoing. However, when Pumuckl realises that he has hurt somebody, he feels genuine remorse and does everything he can to help that person.
In the TV show Pumuckl is usually dressed in a yellow shirt and green trousers. He wears those clothes right from the first time Meister Eder sees him.
Only one episode, "Der Wollpullover" "The woollen sweater" , deals with Pumuckl's occasional need for other clothes. The kobold always is barefoot.
He appears to be the exact opposite of Pumuckl. The little kobold likes to get in trouble, but the elderly carpenter prefers to stay out of trouble and keeps to himself.
He spends most of his time with Pumuckl. However, he has a couple of friends, elderly handymen like himself, whom he regularly meets in the local pub to have a beer.
Meister Eder's sister is concerned because her brother has never found a wife and spends a lot of time alone, which occasionally leads to conflicts between the siblings.
Although his workshop is often in disorder, Meister Eder likes a clean living space he lives in a flat above his workshop , which is why he has a cleaning lady, who serves as a supporting character in several stories.
Being very different from Pumuckl, Meister Eder is presented as a law-abiding citizen who is meticulous on the job and always polite.
He also completely fails to have sympathy with Pumuckl when the latter steals things. When the little kobold plays a minor practical joke, his behavior is sometimes condoned by Eder, because it made him laugh or think.
Pumuckl's character was invented in by the German novelist Ellis Kaut after she wrote a short story about a naughty demon for a radio drama series at the Bavarian Radio.
The first episode of the show was broadcast on February 21, and the last episode was broadcast on December 30, A total of 90 episodes were created.
In  a competition was held at Munich's graphic art academy which focused on the creation of Pumuckl's appearance. The winner was Barbara von Johnson.
Bere ikusezintasuna bereak era bi eta mota guztietako bihurrikeriak burutzeko baliatzen du, maiz Eder berak iratxoa bere bihurrikeriak sortutako arazo edo katramiletatik atera beharrean aurkitzen da, halere Pumuki berez bihurria nahiz onbera ere bada, Ederren lantokira datozen bezero ugariei adarra jo eta txantxak egin arren, azken finean haur baten izaera baitu.
Liburuetan nahiz telesailean, Pumuki gizakientzat ikusezina da, Eder maisuak bakarrik ikus dezake, arotza edonorrekin dagoela Pumuki guztiz ikusezin bilakatzen da, baina Eder bakarrik gelditzean Pumuki berriz ere harentzat ikusgai agertzen da.
Wikipedia, Entziklopedia askea. Pumuckl Pumuckl edota Pumuki iratxoaren panpinak. Argumentua [ aldatu aldatu iturburu kodea ] Pumuki iratxo ilegorri, bihurri eta ikusezina kostaldeko Klabautermann udalerriko arrantzaleen ondorengoa izanik itsasontzien zale da.
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