En die Vonke Spat (1961)

It is the time in south africa when electricity came to households and everyone is cheerful about it.Except one man who doesn't see the need for it.

Director:

Pierre de Wet

Writers:

Jan Perold (story), Pierre de Wet
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Cast

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Frederik Burgers Frederik Burgers ... Koot du Toit
Marié du Toit Marié du Toit ... Esmé du Toit (as Marie du Toit)
Jan Cronje Jan Cronje ... Wessels
Pieter Bezuidenhout Pieter Bezuidenhout ... Septimus Labuschagne
Esther Mentz Esther Mentz ... Chrissie
Gerrie Albertse Gerrie Albertse ... Detective
Danie Maree Danie Maree ... van Aswegen
Abrie van Rooyen Abrie van Rooyen ... Boetman
Willie van Rensburg Willie van Rensburg ... Detective Sgt. Roux
Awie Labuschagne Awie Labuschagne
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It is the time in south africa when electricity came to households and everyone is cheerful about it.Except one man who doesn't see the need for it.

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electricity | afrikaans | See All (2) »

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Comedy

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Country:

South Africa

Language:

Afrikaans

Release Date:

2 October 1961 (South Africa) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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the day electricity came to south Africa
14 February 2015 | by jvanderwalt5See all my reviews

Aaaah the good old days of Afrikaans movies this movie is hilarious and very entertaining. One of many black and white movies in Afrikaans. Just for the record all Afrikaans movies were black and white until 1966 the year the first colored Afrikaans movie was released It plays out on the time when electricity first came to south Africa everyone is excited except for oom koot(Frederic burgers) who doesn't want it because it will conflict with his marriage plans. Hilerious things starts to happen and you laugh your as of for all the thins oom koott does to prevent them from continuing. A good old fashioned comedy for the whole family go and search for this one you won't be disappointed. This movie also futures a very young Marie Du tiot!! This starts a new era of Afrikaans movies the era that was the 60's full of comedy and heart. Generly.I don't like black and white movies but if its a comedy I can handle it


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