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Caillou is a series focusing on the adventures of a four-year-old boy (named Caillou) and his friends & family as he explores the world around him. Based on an earlier property, the Caillou television show has enjoyed great success in both the United States and its home country of Canada since the late 1990s. The success of the franchise has spawned computer games, books adapted from the television series, a film and even live stage shows.
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- Caillou and family - Rosie, Mommy (Mom), Daddy (Dad), Gilbert, Rexy and Teddy
- Caillou's playschool class, including teacher Ms. Martin and friends Clementine, Emma, Jason, Jeffery, Leo and Xavier and others.
- Caillou's older friends, including Sarah, Billy (Clementine's older brother), Andre, and others.
Caillou's Holiday Movie is the first and only Caillou movie release. 72 minutes long, the movie was released in 2003 and has since been a regular feature on PBS Kids and later PBS Kids Sprout (now just called Sprout) during the holiday season. The plot focuses on Caillou celebrating the twelve days of Christmas, as he learns about various holiday traditions and about the importance of sharing and giving. The film featured a number of original songs, including an end credits performance by Canadian star Marilou and also saw an official soundtrack release featuring 18 songs, including a number of songs exclusive to the soundtrack and additional content added to some existing songs.