Hector Trailer

Hector Trailer (1987)

01 January 1987 Comedy

Hector's parents sent him to an orphanage in treatment for smallpox but... they never picked him up. 35 years later, he still lives in the orphanage, surrounded by children, his playmates. Till a forgotten aunt remembers that he exists. She'll get him to participate in the bakery of her husband, Achilles, to work. Hector shows his skills on the basis of unexpected inventions. So he helps Jos, the son of Achilles, to accomplish his dream to be a cycling champion. Hector's good humor and childlike manner overcomes all resistance and pulls his entire entourage along on the path to success. From now on he can learn what love is...

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Cast

Herbert Flack

as Gregoire Ghijssels

Sylvia Millecam

as Ella Mattheusen

Frank Aendenboom

as Achiel Mattheusen

Marc Van Eeghem

as Jos Mattheusen

Hein van der Heijden

as Swa Ghijssels

Ann Petersen

as Zuster Abdis

Cas Baas

as Dokter

Jean Blaute

as Chauffeur Fiatje

Chris Cauwenberghs

as Fietsenmaker

Urbanus

as Hector

Crew

International Releases Dates

Belgium 01 January 1987

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