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Series cast summary:
Jacques Commandeur ...
 Patiënt nr. 4 8 episodes, 1998
Hugo Haenen ...
 Dokter Jan Giltay 8 episodes, 1998
 Catharina Wauters 8 episodes, 1998
Rik van Uffelen ...
 Professor De Vreeze 8 episodes, 1998
Kees Hulst ...
 Eveline Roëll 8 episodes, 1998
 Koningin Sophie 6 episodes, 1998
Porgy Franssen ...
 Koning Willem III 6 episodes, 1998
Tom Jansen ...
 Professor De Zwaan 5 episodes, 1998
Serge-Henri Valcke ...
 Anarchist Baljuw 5 episodes, 1998
Han Römer ...
Brenda Bertin ...
Arjan Kindermans ...
 Scholten 5 episodes, 1998
René van Asten ...
 Secretaris Van Dijck 4 episodes, 1998
Jack Wouterse ...
 Verpleger Rinus Vermeer 4 episodes, 1998
Annemarie Prins ...
 Tante Carla 4 episodes, 1998
Rick Hendriks ...
 Jonge Alexander 4 episodes, 1998
Willem Gomes ...


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About a murky episode in the past of the Dutch royal family
19 October 1999 | by See all my reviews

I found this Dutch historical TV-serial very interesting and entertaining. At the beginning of this century a young doctor is entrusted the care of "patient number 4", who claims to be the third son of former King William III, all of whose three sons are presumed to have died at a young, or rather young age. The suspense over the question whether "Patient number 4" really is Prince Alexander is kept up almost to the end. The picture given of King William is excessively dark, but this is historically justified because it reflects the point of view of a party at the court (the estranged wife and sons of the king and their friends) who used to call him "King Gorilla". The complexity of the story (continual changes between the current story and historical flash backs) has put off a large number of viewers. I found the serial quite interesting. The acting varied from decent to pretty good. The historical set up was splendid.

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