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Brug, De

Brug, De


The series concerns a fictitious village in Brabant, where on the eve of the second world war a new bridge over the river is built by Brenner. The Nazi's however plan use bridge for their invasion in the Netherlands, the resistance wants prevent this under the guidance of the rural pastor. The doctor who just arrived in the village and his wife are getting involved. Also local NSB-leader gets himself involved.
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Episode Info

Final: 1x08 -- Episode 8 (Oct/21/1990)


Early May 1940. The bridge is finished and preparations are made for the opening, when suddenly mobilization is announced. Kurt Weber seems to have played duplicative role. When it becomes clear the Germans are on the march, Anton has no other choice than asking Brenner for help.
Cast
Carine CrutzenCarine Crutzen
As Loes Meerdink
Marc Klein EssinkMarc Klein Essink
As Anton Meerdink
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Recurring Guests

Freark Smink as Ferrie boss Rooie Willem (8 eps)
Hugo Van Riet as Cop Van Dongen (8 eps)
Cor Van Rijn as Undertaker Gotlieb (8 eps)
Frédérique Huydts as Annelies Brenner (8 eps)
Esgo Heil as Jacob Mattias (8 eps)
Lou Landré as Squire van Weerde-Lawieck (8 eps)
Serge-Henri Valcke as Gaston (8 eps)
Wim Rijken as Chaplain Jansen (8 eps)
Tom Jansen as Nico Brenner (8 eps)
Han Beyer as Mailman Sjamot (8 eps)

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Warning: Brug, De guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Military/War
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: KRO ( Netherlands)
Language: Dutch
Airs: 09:00 pm
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Premiere: September 02, 1990
Ended: October, 1990
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