Hoepla: Season 1, Episode 2

Vreemd, vaag, verdacht (9 Oct. 1967)

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Zen master Taisen Y. Deshimaru opens the show with group meditation. Items include a Report on the KNIL, an interview with Mick Jagger and The Fool and a portrait of poet J.P.J.H. Clinge ... See full summary »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Hans Verhagen ...
Himself / Interviewer
Wim T. Schippers ...
Himself
Wim van der Linden ...
Himself (as Wim Vanderlinden)
Trino Flothuis ...
Himself / Interviewer
Phil Bloom ...
Herself
...
Himself
...
Himself (as the Mothers of invention)
King Boudewijn ...
Himself (as Koning Boudewijn Der Belgen) (credit only)
Lowina Olga ...
Herself
Clinge Doorenbos ...
Himself (as .P.J.H. Clinge Doorenbos)
Pantera ...
Herself - presenter
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Leny Boone ...
Herself
Willem de Ridder ...
Himself
Elton Dean ...
Himself (as Soft Machine)
Taisen Y. Deshimaru ...
Himself
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Zen master Taisen Y. Deshimaru opens the show with group meditation. Items include a Report on the KNIL, an interview with Mick Jagger and The Fool and a portrait of poet J.P.J.H. Clinge Doorenbos. Musical performance by The Soft Machine with lighting effects by Marc Boyle, The Mothers of Invention and Olga Lowina. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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9 October 1967 (Netherlands)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Pictures of a nude Phil Bloom reading an issue of the 'Trouw' newspaper on the set of Hoepla 2 were published by 'Het Vrije Volk' and other newspapers before the show was aired. When the editors of 'Trouw' objected and threatened to sue the VPRO for the including of their paper, it was announced that the sequence would be cut. Instead, a new sequence featuring a nude Bloom reading from 'Het Vrije Volk' was filmed in photo studio Checkpoint, The Hague. The short sequence, which had the address of the VPRO so viewers could either become a member or give up their membership as an optical over Bloom, caused world wide newspaper attention. See more »

Soundtracks

Have you seen your mother, baby, standing in the shadows
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Written by Mick Jagger (uncredited) and Keith Richards (uncredited)
Performed by The Rolling Stones
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