On a quest to find a new home young Pluk in his little red crane wagon end up in the Petteflet. He moves in to a little deserted tower room and quickly befriends some of the inhabitants and... See full summary »

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Yeshela Crommelin ...
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Colin Tetteroo ...
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On a quest to find a new home young Pluk in his little red crane wagon end up in the Petteflet. He moves in to a little deserted tower room and quickly befriends some of the inhabitants and animals from the Torteltuin, the beautiful garden of the place. When he finds out the Torteltuin is about to be destroyed, Pluk and his friends are willing to try everything to stop it.

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17 November 2004 (Netherlands)  »

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A kis Pluk kalandjai  »

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The voice of Zaza the cockroach is done by Owen Schumacher. It closely resembles the voice of Schumacher's imitation of then Dutch prime minister Jan Peter Balkenende. Schumacher regularly performed the character of Balkenende in Kopspijkers and Koefnoen (2004). See more »

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Mr. Pen holds a sign that reads "Redt de torteltuin" ("Save the Pigeon Park"). Although in the first half of the 20th century "redt" was still the correct way to spell the plural imperative of the verb "redden" ("to save"), nowadays the correct spelling of the sentence on the sign would be "Red de torteltuin"). See more »

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Great for kids
6 March 2006 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

Pluk van de petteflet is an enjoyable movie for kids. My daughter absolutely loves this movie, she watches it everyday. We have had to stop putting it on as she is completely addicted to it. I should add my daughter has been watching it for three months almost daily and is now 18 months old. She knows all the characters and knows exactly what is going to happen at any moment. She has also picked up quite a bit of new vocabulary. In other words this movie is great for the target audience (young people).

However, that said as an adult it is fun to watch also. The songs are great sing alongs (after a few viewings).

An excellent movie.


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