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* ReferencedBy: [[ReferencedBy/{{Becassine}} Now has its own page.]]


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** Music/MichelDelpech wrote a song called "Bécassine" (1967).
** Music/GeorgesBrassens wrote a song named "Bécassine" (1969).
** ''ComicBook/{{Cubitus}}'' has a couple:
*** One gag depicts Cubitus as painter Michelangelo Buonarotti, thinking up new things to draw, among them WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse, ComicStrip/{{Popeye}}, Bécassine, ComicBook/{{Tintin}} and Alfred the penguin from ''"Zig et Puce"''.
*** In another story Cubitus and Sémaphore act in a parody of the comic strip ''Bernard Prince''. After their boat sinks one of the side characters thinks: ''"Next time, I ask for a role in ''Bécassine''!"''
** In the French satirical puppet show ''Series/LesGuignolsDeLInfo'', far-right politician Jean-Marie Le Pen was portrayed as ''"Pencasinne"'', wearing the exact same bonnet and dress. This was a stab at his similar Breton roots and the fact that he always talked about a romanticized idea of ancient France that never quite existed that way.
** She also received a shout-out in ''ComicBook/KidPaddle''.

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* ReferencedBy:
** Music/MichelDelpech wrote a song called "Bécassine" (1967).
** Music/GeorgesBrassens wrote a song named "Bécassine" (1969).
** ''ComicBook/{{Cubitus}}'' has a couple:
*** One gag depicts Cubitus as painter Michelangelo Buonarotti, thinking up new things to draw, among them WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse, ComicStrip/{{Popeye}}, Bécassine, ComicBook/{{Tintin}} and Alfred the penguin from ''"Zig et Puce"''.
*** In another story Cubitus and Sémaphore act in a parody of the comic strip ''Bernard Prince''. After their boat sinks one of the side characters thinks: ''"Next time, I ask for a role in ''Bécassine''!"''
** In the French satirical puppet show ''Series/LesGuignolsDeLInfo'', far-right politician Jean-Marie Le Pen was portrayed as ''"Pencasinne"'', wearing the exact same bonnet and dress. This was a stab at his similar Breton roots and the fact that he always talked about a romanticized idea of ancient France that never quite existed that way.
** She also received a shout-out in ''ComicBook/KidPaddle''.

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