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Schtroumpfs


The Smurfs (French: les Schtroumpfs) is a Belgian comic series created by cartoonist Peyo, (1928-1992). They are tiny, blue-skinned humanoid creatures dressed in white, with an elderly bearded leader in red pants known as Papa Smurf.
The Smurfs were introduced as supporting characters in an already established series, Johan and Peewit, in 1958, and began to star in their own series as of 1959.
Chez Léon pays tribute to our childhood heroes by proudly displaying the statue of the Welcome Smurf.

Welcome smurf chez Léon

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