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Mike Verdrengh Mike Verdrengh ...  Timbal 12 episodes, 1971
Rik Andries Rik Andries ...  Ostrik 11 episodes, 1971
Senne Rouffaer Senne Rouffaer ...  Goerki 10 episodes, 1971
Jan Pauwels Jan Pauwels ...  Assam 10 episodes, 1971
Jan Decleir ...  Odo 10 episodes, 1971
Ann Petersen Ann Petersen ...  Gwin / ... 10 episodes, 1971
Annelies Vaes Annelies Vaes ...  Ismel 10 episodes, 1971
Janine Bischops Janine Bischops ...  Rinda 9 episodes, 1971
Marc Bober Marc Bober ...  Wallimir 8 episodes, 1971
Ronny Waterschoot Ronny Waterschoot ...  Obigal / ... 8 episodes, 1971
Nand Buyl Nand Buyl ...  Kelpie 6 episodes, 1971
Jeanine Schevernels Jeanine Schevernels ...  Toela 6 episodes, 1971
Alex Wilequet Alex Wilequet ...  Alverik 6 episodes, 1971
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24 February 1971 (Belgium) See more »

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Not bad at all
27 August 2004 | by hm25332See all my reviews

One of countless youth feuilletons produced in Belgium in the sixties and seventies. A lot of young Belgian actors made their first appearance, most notably Jan Decleir as the villainous Odo (No, not the changeling from Star Trek), who wants to conquer the lands of Neropal. Neropal is divided in four parts: Boltania, Keromar, Tupistan and the Moon Valley. Odo and his Bolts already conquered Tupistan and Keromar. The Kerts are trying overthrow the Bolts again, but their only hope lies in the use of a rare metal called finroen.

The most surprising about Keromar is neither the story, nor the actors (although Jan Decleir, Rik Andries, Senne Rouffaer and the others try their best) It's the music. I was thoroughly surprised to hear that Ennio Morricone's music was included in Keromar. "Once upon a time in the west", "Sixty seconds to what?", "The good, the bad and the ugly" and so on and so on. Just like in those spaghetti westerns, it helps to set the right atmosphere and make this one reasonably watchable.

Rating: 3/5


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