| Françoise Caspan|
14 December 1993
BBC One, Nick Jr.
| Vincent Monluc|
7 September 1993
Animated series, Child
| Eric Collinson
Sally Ann Marsh
Mouse and Mole, Joshua Jones, William's Wish Wellingtons, Wil Cwac Cwac, Bertha
Tales of the Tooth Fairies is a French-British-Welsh children's television programme which was created by Françoise Caspan and produced by Siriol Productions, Scott Dahls Productions, La Fabrique and Les Films du Triangle in association with JEP-Animation. It was aired on BBC1 from 7 September until 14 December 1993, along with Noddy's Toyland Adventures and BBC Two on 20 October 1994.
The series focuses on a Gisele and Martin, two milk tooth collecting mice who take it as their duty as tooth fairies (they are called tooth mice in the episodes) and giving special fitting presents to children in need on Queen Elisa's order and assisted by their friend Arthur.
Gisele (Voiced by Sally Ann Marsh) - One of the tooth mice. She's usually the one to collect a tooth and slip a present under a pillow.
Martin (Voiced by Mathonwy Reeves) - Gisele's partner. He's usually the one to throw a grappling hook and line for Gisele to climb on.
Arthur (Voiced by David Kelly - A cormorant and the two mice's helper who gives them rides and prevents anyone from interfering with their job.
Queen Elisa (Voiced by Penelope Keith) - The bossy and snappy queen of the Milk Teeth Kingdom. She decides what fitting presents Gisele and Martin must exchange for milk teeth.
Roland Rat - A thieving nuisance who likes to steal the two mice's presents for himself, but is always thwarted.
Romuald, the Reindeer -
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