In addition to the TF1 broadcast which ran from September 2, 1987 to August 30, 1997, the Dorothee Club also had the right to its own magazine in 1989. This included the sections of the TF1 show as well as some of its cartoons in the form of a comic strip. In short, it was a bit of continuity in a different format. So much so that the paper version survived the TV version to continue until 2006. With a name change in February 1998 for D. Mangas.
Club Dorothée at your fingertips
Well excellent news, as we can discover via the official Twitter account of Génération Club Dorothée all issues of the magazine are available online.
Real return in the past, one can for example find the number 1 with an interview with Elsa Lunghini or a version of excerpts from Juliet, I love you. Height of kitsch there is also an article on the minitel. You know, this ancestor of the Franco-French internet. And above all, you can also admire vintage advertisements with the Corn Flakes breakfast lesson. In short, no need to invent the machine to go back in time when you have such a nugget between your fingers.
You can find there no less than 539 numbers as well as the special series. With notably… Dorothy and her guitar. In short, we hope that you are not too sensitive nostalgically speaking because there is something to bring tears to your eyes. If you grew up in the 80s and 90s, you have enough here to immerse yourself in several weeks of reading. the Dorothee Club is really a generational marker and it will undoubtedly remain etched in the memory of many French people for even more decades, whether it is the show or the magazine itself.