Bassie & Adriaan (1978–1996)

TV Series   |    |  Adventure, Comedy, Crime


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Clown Bassie and acrobat Adriaan work in a circus. They seem to attract criminals and when Adriaan and Bassie manage to get a few arrested one criminal in specific devotes his life to ... See full summary »


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  • Aad van Toor and Bas van Toor in Bassie & Adriaan (1978)
  • Aad van Toor and Bas van Toor in Bassie & Adriaan (1978)
  • Aad van Toor and Bas van Toor in Bassie & Adriaan (1978)
  • Bassie & Adriaan (1978)
  • Bassie & Adriaan (1978)
  • Aad van Toor and Bas van Toor in Bassie & Adriaan (1978)

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12 October 2019 | baantjer-74478
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| Saw this too much, and thats why it is so fantastic!
When i was a little kid i always watch Bassie and Adriaan,

the first series the boogeyman was too scary,

but the diamand serie and the secret of the key was more thrilling fun, not so childish like in later series, with the arrival of crook fast Japie.

B1 and B100 are my favorite crooks. B1 was a more obscure figur also because i like more obscure characters as a kid also yes. B100 has a skinny face and yells the whole time i always have bad luck!. the most Childish character of the show was Fast Japie he is soo irritating.

Details

Release Date:

10 January 1978

Language

Dutch, English, Spanish, French, German, Greek, Italian


Country of Origin

Netherlands

Filming Locations

Vlaardingen, South Holland, Netherlands

Box Office

Budget:

NLG30,000 (estimated)

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