Rik Rollinga spots a beautiful girl at a train station and decides to devote his life to finding her. Having need of a name to call her as long as he doesn't know who she is, he tells everyone he's looking for 'Yolanda'.
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Kenneth Herdigein ...
 Rik Rollinga 6 episodes, 1984
Cees Schouwenaar ...
 Henk J. Pal / ... 6 episodes, 1984
Truus Dekker ...
 Loes de Wilde 5 episodes, 1984
Dick van den Toorn ...
 Otto Drissen 5 episodes, 1984
Dolf Brouwers ...
 Sjef van Oekel 5 episodes, 1984
Berny Van De Wetering ...
 Victor van Vliet 5 episodes, 1984
Mimi Kok ...
 Gé Braadslee 4 episodes, 1984
Walter Crommelin ...
 Bert van Zutphen 4 episodes, 1984
Rob van Houten ...
 Boy Bensdorp 4 episodes, 1984
Janine van Elzakker ...
 Elsje de Wit 4 episodes, 1984
Clous van Mechelen ...
Savannah Deranger ...
 Grace Lipkins 3 episodes, 1984
Mies de Heer ...
 Ria Schaambergen 3 episodes, 1984
Jan Pieter Koch ...
 Arend Kercheval 3 episodes, 1984
Lex de Regt ...
 Rein Schaambergen 3 episodes, 1984
Wim T. Schippers ...
 Jacques Plafond 3 episodes, 1984
Jan Willem Sterneberg ...
 Jaap Franssen 3 episodes, 1984
Karin Vonk ...
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 Bob de Wilde 2 episodes, 1984
Carol van Herwijnen ...
 Hotelreceptionist 2 episodes, 1984
Herr Seele ...
 Rodolfo Smit 2 episodes, 1984
Ruud van Hemert ...
Mies Kohsiek ...
 M.J.C. Bensdorp-Van den Vlasakker 2 episodes, 1984
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Rik Rollinga spots a beautiful girl at a train station and decides to devote his life to finding her. Having need of a name to call her as long as he doesn't know who she is, he tells everyone he's looking for 'Yolanda'.

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7 October 1984 (Netherlands)  »

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(6 episodes)

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