In this long-running Dutch animation series, Mr. Owl reads from the Fabeltjeskrant (Dutch for "Fables newspaper") it's named after the links between the scenes which show various animals (... See full summary »
Frans van Dusschoten,
When Guus Verstraete, who had directed the two previous Bassie & Adriaan adventures, was unavailable for this one, another director was hired, who also brought an entirely new crew with him. However, after only a few days of shooting, this director left the project after a series of arguments. As no other directors were available, Aad van Toor was offered the chance to direct, which he accepted. Upon doing so, he also replaced most of the new crew with people who had worked on the earlier series, including cinematographer Mark de Blok and editor Rob Klein. See more »
Bassie and Adriaan are back for a new adventure in this thrilling child series the have to prove there not innocent of stealing the diamond ''bassie and adriaan.'' They have to find the real thief's who dressed like them and stole the diamond. Aad van tor did an amassing job again by writing this master piece. Bassie is stupid (in a funny way) fun, clownish and fun. Just like all the other stories of bassie and adriaan it was exciting till the end of the movie and you don't get bored one moment. The catchy songs the sing are the cherry on top of the cake. I would recommend you to watch this and watch it again. Fun, Great acting, Good story and a funny clown
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