A greengrocer's shady dealings with a well-to-do margarine smuggler require that she interferes with her daughter's romance with a sailor.

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Aaf Bouber ...
Bleeke Bet
Jopie Koopman ...
Jans
Johan Elsensohn ...
Tinus
Fien de la Mar ...
Ka (as Fientje de la Mar)
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Ko Monje (as Johan Heesters)
Sylvain Poons ...
Sally
Clara Vischer-Blaaser ...
Trui (as Clara Fischer)
Lau Ezerman ...
Lucas (as Lou Ezerman)
Corry Vonk ...
Leentje (as Corrie Vonk)
Cor Hermus ...
Van Santen
Jan Lemaire Jr. ...
Hannes
Jan Van Ees ...
Max
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A greengrocer's shady dealings with a well-to-do margarine smuggler require that she interferes with her daughter's romance with a sailor.

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7 September 1934 (Netherlands)  »

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Die bleiche Bet  »

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Referenced in De Brekers: Sterallures (1985) See more »

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Zoete Dromen
Lyrics by Louis Davids
Music by Margie Morris
Performed by Fien de la Mar
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2 June 2004 | by (Boijl, Fryslân, The Netherlands) – See all my reviews

As one of the first sound movies in The Netherlands not a bad movie. Gives a nice idea of our capitol Amsterdam in the 1930's and it is a nice plot. I think it has been a stageplay at first, adapted for a movie. Like in those days in the German movies there are songs in them, but they are actually functional and not really disturbing. It is, as a matter of fact, a nice timeframe from an age gone by, the pre-war period in Amsterdam and as such very nice to watch. The sound is awful if you listen to it like it was a rather new movie. I mean.. not the fact that it is not in Dolby ot DTS, but I guess in those days the movie was performed on screen with records being played for the sound. Not sure, but it most certainly sounds like it. We use to say: "sound recorded by the open fireplace" as you hear a similar sound.....! Anyway: for the dutch movie history a very famous movie! I remember the movie being played in cinema's and on party's into the 1970's. And that is not really bad for a movie that old!


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