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Pipo en de p-p-Parelridder (2003)

Pipo the Clown receives a letter from his aunt. She tells him the castle which lies nearby her house, is haunted. Pipo leaves the circus to visit the castle. Things aren't what they seem and a race against time begins.

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Joep Dorren ...
John Wijdenbosch ...
Mik
Mariska Van Kolck ...
Rudi Falkenhagen ...
Karin Bloemen ...
Tante Anouschka
Harry van Rijthoven ...
Miriardo
Felix Jan Kuipers ...
Hero Muller ...
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Parelridder Didero van Donderstein
Meta Speksnijder ...
Petra
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Jonkvrouw Filette de Bonban
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Pipo the Clown receives a letter from his aunt. She tells him the castle which lies nearby her house, is haunted. Pipo leaves the circus to visit the castle. Things aren't what they seem and a race against time begins.

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20 November 2003 (Netherlands)  »

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€3,500,000 (estimated)
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Although many characters in the movie had appeared in earlier Pipo TV serials, they all obviously had to be recast since the actors had died or became too old to play the part. The only exception was Snuf, who was still played by Rudi Falkenhagen after all these years. See more »

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Follows Pipo en de Bibberhaai (1959) See more »

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A movie for the little children, they probably love it
30 December 2004 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Pipo en de Parelridder, well i've seen it several times. Why you may ask? Simple because the children, age 4 and 7 love this movie. And that's exactly the audience this movie is made for. As an adult i can understand that and love to see the children enjoy this neat movie. No fighting included, no scary moments but instead there's some tension build in for... little children.

When i was young like say 5-7 Pipo was on the television in the Netherlands. It was all black and white in those days. My brothers and sisters loved to view it just before we need to go to bed. And from that point of view and remembrance i was curious myself to see this movie. And i really was disappointed, one of the main characters that i remember from those days, was simply left out of the movie. While Kluk Kluk (that's the name) was really one of the main characters in the series. I missed Kluk Kluk very much in the movie. Well that and a too simple story made it a disappointment for me. But as i said when i started, the little children loved it a lot, and to be honest, that's the audience this movie is made for. Although i can't wait till they grow over this phase and move on to another movie genre!

I gave it a 4, but to be honest if my children would have voted it probably would have been a 10


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