Burgler and master safe-cracker Glimmie is asked to find a young woman called Fanny by her rich stepfather Van Borsen. However, Glimmie remains suspicious of the man and decides that Fanny ... See full summary »

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Rijk de Gooyer ...
Willem 'Glimmie' Burg
Jon Bluming ...
de Bonk
Anny de Lange ...
Moeder
Frits Lambrechts ...
Inspecteur van Hol aka 'de Stoere'
Bob De Lange ...
Van Borsen
Henk Rigters ...
Bakker
Sylvia de Leur ...
Miepie
Han Bentz van den Berg ...
President van de Rechtbank
Roelant Radier ...
Belletje
Hans Croiset ...
Raadsheer
Mac
Ronnie Bierman ...
Els
Ingeborg Jonassen ...
Leni Scheepers
Henk Votel ...
Jopie
Dick van de Poll
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Burgler and master safe-cracker Glimmie is asked to find a young woman called Fanny by her rich stepfather Van Borsen. However, Glimmie remains suspicious of the man and decides that Fanny has to be protected by him and his pal 'De Bonk'. He is soon proved correct and winds up a scapegoat in Van Borsen's scheme. After his release from prison, Glimmie plans his revenge with some help from a young cleaning girl called Slofje. Written by Il Tesoro

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7 September 1972 (Netherlands)  »

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Der Einbrecher  »

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NLG 800,000 (estimated)
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Director Frans Weisz originally wanted Charles Aznavour to play the lead. See more »

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Shadow of boom on wall as Glimmie leads Van Borsen to a table in the café. See more »

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Referenced in Allemaal film: De gouden jaren (2007) See more »

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Nice view of the Dutch movie-making in the 60-70's
3 November 2011 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Recently deceased Rijk de Gooyer is at his best in this movie. Like in real life, Rijk is humorous, tough and resourcefully. John Blooming, a Dutch martial arts expert and trainer of the Dutch Olympic Karate team a long time ago, plays the role of the big, strong but not too bright sidekick very convincing. His massive appearance says more than words. I saw this movie many years ago and it always stuck in my mind. Mostly because Mr. de Gooyer plays the role of burgles very convincing and the nice storyline for a Dutch movie. As my previous raters already mentioned, the view of Amsterdam is very nice but not very realistic. All in all, a movie worth seeing also for an international audience when subtitled.


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