Dutch Treat Trailer

Dutch Treat Trailer (1987)

01 January 1987

Two American friends travel all over Europe and end up meeting an all female Rock Band from Holland and they pass themselves as record company executives. Both men return to the states and the band soon approaches them about signing to their record company and they soon start booking them gigs and getting them exposure but have to avoid getting caught and not reveal their true selves.

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International Releases Dates

Netherlands 26 February 1987

United States 01 January 1987

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