Blonde Dolly Trailer

Blonde Dolly Trailer (1987)

19 February 1987 102 mins

Prostitute Dolly co-finances the purchase of a Vermeer painting with art expert Eddy Cremer. When they find out the painting is fake, she returns to the red light district, where conditions have worsened over time.

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Cast

Hilde Van Mieghem

as Dolly / Sylvia / Kitty

Peter Tuinman

as Eddy Cremer

Fred Vaassen

as Vaclav

Piet Kamerman

as Debrie

Astrid Seriese

as Loan Cremer

Celia Nufaar

as Moeder

Adrian Brine

as Baron Tuft

Herbert Flack

as Ambassadeur

Con Meyer

as Adje

Crew

Theo Bierkens

Theo Bierkens Director of Photography

Lucas Asselbergs

Original Music Composer

Ben van Os

Ben van Os Art Direction

Jan Roelfs

Jan Roelfs Art Direction

Ton Ruys

Ton Ruys Editor

International Releases Dates

Netherlands 19 February 1987

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