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Blonde Dolly (1987)

Prostitute Dolly co-finances the purchase of a Vermeer painting with art expert Eddy Cremer. When they find out the painting is fake, she returns to the red light district, where conditions have worsened over time.


Gerrit van Elst


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Credited cast:
Hilde Van Mieghem ... Dolly / Sylvia / Kitty
Peter Tuinman Peter Tuinman ... Eddy Cremer
Fred Vaassen Fred Vaassen ... Vaclav
Adrian Brine Adrian Brine ... Baron Tuft
Piet Kamerman Piet Kamerman ... Debrie
Herbert Flack ... Ambassadeur
Wilbert Gieske ... Karel
Priscilla Visser Priscilla Visser ... Anita
Con Meyer Con Meyer ... Adje
Celia Nufaar Celia Nufaar ... Moeder
Suzanne Colin Suzanne Colin ... Galeriehoudster
Steve Field Steve Field ... Fietser
Laus Steenbeeke Laus Steenbeeke ... Jongen met mes
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Astrid Seriese Astrid Seriese ... Loan Cremer
Serge-Henri Valcke


Prostitute Dolly falls in love with Eddy Cremer, manager of the The Hague Community Museum. Cremer has the gift of distinguishing fake from real art. Dolly decides to partly finance the purchase of a Vermeer painting. They travel to Paris to pick it up, only to find out the work is fake. After this disappointment Dolly returns to the Red Light District, where conditions have worsened over time. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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Good film
7 December 2010 | by naomienglandSee all my reviews

I first watched this when it was on the Sundance channel 4 years ago. I was impressed with the way it was filmed. It was based on a true story. A hooker,Blonde Dolly was killed. The killer was never found that what makes it even more fascinating. Eddy Cremer is a art dealer in the 50's Holland being a married to a nice woman, dose't stop him from falling in love with hooker Blonde Dolly. When Eddy Cremer firsts meet her he is struck buy her beauty, most of all the men in this movie are in lover with her. Eddy dose't know shes a hooker. He meet Blonde Dolly after the art show and wants to know more about her, this is a easy thing to do because his wife paints Blonde Dolly's picture at his studio. Each time he sees her the more he wants her. Eddy finds out Blondey Dolly is a hooker and is shocked and now obsessed if thats what you call it. I love the part where Eddy is standing outside Blonde Dollys window not so close so she dose't see him. He is to chicken to sleep with her so he gets another man to go to her and doing so Eddy gives the man money. Then after hes been to see Blonde Dolly brags to the shocked Eddy Cremer about the hand job. Eddy ends up paying for Blonde Dolly for sex, Blonde Dolly is hurt and is in love with Eddy too. Its not hard Eddy's a good looking bloke. I am not going to go into the whole movie because the readers must watch to see this movie. This movie never made it big most Dutch films don't make it big in the USA. It hurts me cause Blonde Dolly is a good film I was lucky to tape this on VHS. Every time I watch this with friends they love it too. Its not even on Amazon thats how rare this movie is. It crap like Spetters The Life can make it to America thats its a dam shame Blonde Dolly didn't.

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19 February 1987 (Netherlands) See more »

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Muñeca rubia See more »

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