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De Jantjes
Directed byJaap Speyer
Written by
Music byJan Broekhuis, Margie Morris, Louis Davids and Rido
Release date
  • 9 February 1934 (1934-02-09)
Running time
99 minutes
CountryNetherlands
LanguageDutch

The Tars or De Jantjes is a 1934 Dutch comedy film drama directed by Jaap Speyer.

Cast

  • Willy Castello as Dolle Dries
  • Johan Kaart, Jr. as Schele Manus
  • Jan van Ees [nl] as Blauwe Toon
  • Fien de la Mar [de; fr; nl] as Toffe Jans
  • Suzie Klein [nl] as Blonde Greet
  • Cissy van Bennekom as Doortje
  • Amsy Moina as Sarina
  • Marie van Westerhoven [nl] as Moeder Betje
  • Aaf Bouber as Tante Piet
  • Rika Hopper [gd; nl] as Moeder van Blauwe Toon
  • Heintje Davids [de; fr; fy; li; nl] as Na Druppel
  • Sylvian Poons as De Mop
  • Cor Hermus [nl] as Oom Gerrit
  • Johan Remmelts as Leendert
  • Louis Davids as Cabaretier
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