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Manager Verkade visits night club Waldolala to get his protest singing protégé Boy Bendorp to perform amongst the strippers.

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Dolf Brouwers ...
Waldo van Dungen
Mimi Kok ...
Gé Braadslee
Cor Beurskens ...
Dr. Karlheinz Lindt
Rob van Houten ...
Boy Bensdorp
Hannah de Leeuwe ...
Ada Blooker
Diana Dobbelman ...
Thea Fens
Ben Hulsman ...
Verkade
Jan Wegter ...
Uitgever Droste
Zillah Emanuels ...
Dorien
Carry Schomper
Andrea van Houten ...
Kitty
Henk Laan ...
Bertus Plek
Cees Schouwenaar ...
Man aan bar
Robert Romkes ...
barman Thijs (as Rob Romkes)
Lady Kelly ...
Herself
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Manager Verkade visits night club Waldolala to get his protest singing protégé Boy Bendorp to perform amongst the strippers.

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12 February 1978 (Netherlands)  »

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Diamonds Are Forever
(uncredited)
Music by John Barry
Lyrics by Don Black
Performed by Shirley Bassey
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