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Pipo en de p-p-Parelridder (2003)

Pipo the Clown receives a letter from his aunt. She tells him the castle which lies nearby her house, is haunted. Pipo leaves the circus to visit the castle. Things aren't what they seem and a race against time begins.

Director:

Martin Lagestee

Writers:

Wim Meuldijk (books), Peter Römer (scenario)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Joep Dorren Joep Dorren ... Pipo de Clown
John Wijdenbosch John Wijdenbosch ... Mik
Mariska Van Kolck Mariska Van Kolck ... Mammaloe
Rudi Falkenhagen Rudi Falkenhagen ... Snuf
Karin Bloemen Karin Bloemen ... Tante Anouschka
Harry van Rijthoven Harry van Rijthoven ... Miriardo
Felix Jan Kuipers Felix Jan Kuipers ... Snuitje
Hero Muller Hero Muller ... Dikke Deur
Daan Schuurmans ... Parelridder Didero van Donderstein
Meta Speksnijder Meta Speksnijder ... Petra
Tara Elders ... Jonkvrouw Filette de Bonban
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Storyline

Pipo the Clown receives a letter from his aunt. She tells him the castle which lies nearby her house, is haunted. Pipo leaves the circus to visit the castle. Things aren't what they seem and a race against time begins.

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Details

Country:

Netherlands

Language:

Dutch

Release Date:

20 November 2003 (Netherlands) See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

€3,500,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

€158,080 (Netherlands), 23 November 2003, Limited Release
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Company Credits

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Endemol Nederland B.V. See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Although many characters in the movie had appeared in earlier Pipo TV serials, they all obviously had to be recast since the actors had died or became too old to play the part. The only exception was Snuf, who was still played by Rudi Falkenhagen after all these years. See more »

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References Mik-Mak: De droom-koekjes (1963) See more »

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A real feel-good movie!!!
26 December 2003 | by Xan3See all my reviews

I went to this movie with my boyfriend, the second day of Christmas. It was really nice to go to a children's movie from long ago.

The colors were wonderful and bright. The characters were really authentic, like in the series and it was so nice to see Pipo again. He is so funny!!! The story is about a trip that Pipo( and of course his wife Mammaloe and his daughter) makes to his aunt, who is very afraid of scary, ghost-like sounds from an old castle. Pipo is going to solve this problem and his journey is a great adventure, with his boss and enemy Dikke Deur and his two companions who are chasing for luck and money. The characters are really wonderful, they can really make you laugh through the entire movie. The end is not really surprising but very satisfactory. Pipo en de p-p-Parelridder is a real dutch movie that makes your grey day bright again!!!!


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