Pipo and Mamaloe accompany their Indian friend Klukkluk on his way home to Berezonië and find themselves racing against the greedy circus director who wants to claim the leadership of Klukkluk's tribe for himself.
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Cor Witschge ...
 Pipo (12 episodes, 1958-1959)
Christel Adelaar ...
 Mamaloe (12 episodes, 1958-1959)
Herbert Joeks ...
 Klukkluk (12 episodes, 1958-1959)
Willy Ruys ...
 Dikke Deur (12 episodes, 1958-1959)
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Pipo and Mamaloe accompany their Indian friend Klukkluk on his way home to Berezonië and find themselves racing against the greedy circus director who wants to claim the leadership of Klukkluk's tribe for himself.

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17 September 1958 (Netherlands)  »

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The name of the series antagonist 'Dikke Deur' is a mispronunciation by Kluk Kluk the Indian of the word 'Directeur' (as in Circus Director). This was an actual mistake by actor Herbert Joeks, not written in in the script. And while in this first adventure only Kluk Kluk calls the director by that name, in subsequent stories, all the characters would address him as 'Dikke Deur'. See more »

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Followed by Pipo en het grachtengeheim (1975) See more »

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Some childhood series you never forget
13 September 1999 | by (Tilburg, the Netherlands) – See all my reviews

I was born in 1971 and grew up with a number of wonderful TV series. "Pipo de clown" was possibly one of the best. It was an exciting, fairy-tale like adventure about a group of traveling companions who were faced will all sorts of problems and dangers. Pipo the clown and mama Lou were traveling around in a 19th century circus wagon, pulled by a single mule. They had a close friend in Kluk-kluk the Indian, and were often harassed by the mean circus director who wanted them back in his circus. Unfortunately, most episodes were not taped and virtually all tapes that did exist have been destroyed. I saw one of the very few that remained in a rerun a couple of years ago. It was an episode where Pipo the clown and mama Lou meet king Winter in his castle of ice, and Pipo persuades him to loosen his icy grip on the land. Aside from this episode, I don't remember a single episode of the series. I just remember the faces, the names and the fact that is was such a wonderful experience.


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