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Bobby and the Ghost Hunters (2013)

Bobby en de Geestenjagers (original title)
Sanne goes to the ship Rotterdam, to hunt ghosts.


Martin Lagestee
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Hanna Obbeek ... Sanne
Nils Verkooijen ... Bobby
Max van den Burg Max van den Burg ... Lucas
Lotte Heijtenis Lotte Heijtenis ... Els
Jelle Stout Jelle Stout ... Thomas
Diana Dobbelman Diana Dobbelman ... Martha
Wil van der Meer Wil van der Meer ... Wim
Carolina Mout Carolina Mout ... Mw. Hansen
Bas van Prooijen Bas van Prooijen ... Benno
Joke Tjalsma Joke Tjalsma ... Dorothea
Eva van der Gucht ... Bernadette
Aernout Pisket Aernout Pisket ... Anton (stuurman)
Alexander de Bruijn Alexander de Bruijn ... Ramon (matroos)
Zack Zakaria Zack Zakaria ... Theodoor (goochelaar)
Jan Vredenburg Jan Vredenburg ... Julius (ouder echtpaar) (as Jan Piet Vredenburg)


13 year old Sanne (Hanna Obbeek) loves stories about ghosts and other mysterious things. Her father Lucas, is a famous ghost hunter. During a holiday Lucas is asked to chase ghosts of the former cruise ship 'Rotterdam'. Sanne is very happy to hear she and her little brother Thomas can come along. On the ship she meets ghost Bobby (Nils Verkooijen), a boy of her age, who has been wandering the ship since the sixties. Sanne decides to help Bobby... Written by Anonymous

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Delightful family movie.
17 February 2013 | by hand-etiSee all my reviews

This is a delightful family movie. The subject is quite surprising for a children's movie: it is about ghosts who are haunting a ship and a ghostbuster who does not actually chase ghosts, but tries to accompany them into the afterlife where they belong.

The acting is brilliant. All characters - certainly all the ghost - slightly overact but remain convincing enough. In the beginning they look like Addams family copies, but in the course of the movie they all become actual persons with feelings of their own.

The movie is sometimes a bit scary and is not suitable for children under six (it actually has a "6" rating in Holland) but since the ghosts belong to the 'good guys' (the antagonist a second ghostbuster who uses less friendly methods) the movie never gets really scary.

During part of the movie the audience can see the ghosts, but the other characters in the movie cannot. This was done most convincingly. The special effects are also surprisingly good, because there is some walking-through-walls of course.

The movie is mainly a comedy with some suspense, but it also touches ons some more serious subjects such as life and death, accepting your situation and interpersonal relationships.

All in all a great movie to bring your kids to, because it is very enjoyable for a mature audience as well.

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Release Date:

13 February 2013 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

'Fantasmas a Bordo' See more »


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EUR140,000 (estimated)

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