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Dagboek van een herdershond

Dagboek van een herdershond


Against the background of the emergence of mining in the years around the First World War plays this humorous story about the naive chaplain Erik Odekerke. Always busy with his' guardian angel ', the voice of Kees Brusse, and often collides with the conservative pastor Bonhomme. By his awkwardness he knows the people are often opposite. Fortunately, there also is pastor Lumens, a cozy friend for our chaplain. Many men fall for Miete van der Schoor, including Erik Odekerke. Her attraction also causes many conflicts in the community.
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Episode Info

Final: 2x08 -- Season 2, Episode 8 (Jan/29/1980)



Cast
Jo De Meyere
As Chaplain Erik Odekerke
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Recurring Guests

John Leddy as Reinoud Eussen (13 eps)
Bruni Heinke as Miete den Hertog (13 eps)
Kees Brusse as Guardian angel (13 eps)
Rudi Falkenhagen as Chaplain Lumens (12 eps)
Jan Teulings as Severinus van der Schoor (12 eps)
Jan Hundling as Mr. Bongaerts (11 eps)
Manfred De Graaf as Johannes den Hertog (11 eps)
Bob Storm as Father Bonhomme (11 eps)
Jeanne Verstraete as Marie-Cathrien Bonte (10 eps)
Ko Van Dijk as Bonte (9 eps)

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Warning: Dagboek van een herdershond guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy | Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: KRO ( Netherlands)
Language: Dutch
Airs: 08:30 pm
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Premiere: January 16, 1978
Ended: January, 1980
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