Hoepla: Season 1, Episode 1

Bont, snel, flitsend (27 Jul. 1967)

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Items include: interviews with Pete Townshend, Eric Clapton and Miles from the International Times in London. The latest fashion with M. Geertsema and Ton Verheugen. A portrait of ... See full summary »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Hans Verhagen ...
Himself / Interviewer
Wim T. Schippers ...
Himself
Wim van der Linden ...
Himself (as Wim Vanderlinden)
Trino Flothuis ...
Himself / Interviewer
Teddy Lee J. ...
Himself
Arthur Brown ...
Himself (as The Crazy World of Arthur Brown)
Carl Palmer ...
Himself (as The Crazy World of Arthur Brown)
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Himself
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Himself
Willy van Rooy ...
Himself
Daan van Golden ...
Himself
Ton Verheugen ...
Himself
Gerrit Dekker ...
Himself
C.B. Vaandrager ...
Himself
Anneke Bruijn ...
Piep (as Piep)
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Items include: interviews with Pete Townshend, Eric Clapton and Miles from the International Times in London. The latest fashion with M. Geertsema and Ton Verheugen. A portrait of cartoonist Gerrit Dekker from De Telegraaf. Musical performances from The Crazy World of Arthur Brown and Teddy Lee J as well as poet C.B. Vaandrager from Studio Vitus. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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27 July 1967 (Netherlands)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

When A.J. Mulder, economic director of the VPRO wanted to view some of the Hoepla items to see if they could be broadcast, the production team made sure they were also present. The interview with Mr. Geertsema started with the sound of a toilet being flushed. When this part was shown, Wim T. Schippers started talking loudly and Hans Verhagen offered Mulder a cigarette to make sure he missed the possibly offending sound effect. See more »

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Under My Thumb
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Written by Mick Jagger (uncredited) and Keith Richards (uncredited)
Performed by The Who (uncredited)
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