Westenwind (1999–2003)
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Juup insists to take Korean martial arts lessons with Toa Shin. Bas, a former international champion, warns him it's too dangerous, but Juup goes on. He even wins his first training fight ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Joep Sertons ...
Max Noordermeer
Casper van Bohemen ...
Ad Bots
Jules Hamel ...
Bas Janssen
Vincent Lodder ...
Juup Janssen
Dennis Dusseldorp ...
Ernst Romer
Micha Fidom ...
Toa Shin
Yiu-loon Lee ...
Kyum Son
Rick Bolderman ...
Niels Valken
Leonid Vlasov ...
Will Jucovic (as Leonid Vlassov)
Kees van Ooijen ...
Hoeck Koeman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marlies van Alcmaer ...
Emma Noordermeer
Maura Renardel de Lavalette ...
Simone
Nynke Faber ...
Sjoukje Janssen
Saar Koningsberger ...
Hansje Bots
Henriëtte Tol ...
Conny de Graaf
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Juup insists to take Korean martial arts lessons with Toa Shin. Bas, a former international champion, warns him it's too dangerous, but Juup goes on. He even wins his first training fight against Kyum Son, and accepts to fight Tao himself. Then Bas steps in. Meanwhile Max studies the notes Jucovic left about ship propulsion inspired by squid-jets. Charlotte initially refuses to help, but gets so fascinated by the challenge to use it in ship-design that she neglects lover Ad, who falls for temptation elsewhere. Written by KGF Vissers

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20 January 2003 (Netherlands)  »

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