Morgen Ben Ik De Bruid. 18. Wat Zien Ik?! 4:10. Lyrics By – Allard Blom (tracks: 8, 9, 14), Frans Mulder (tracks: 2 to 7, 10, 12, 13, 15 to 18). Music By – Dick Bakker (tracks: 1, 2,4,8 to 10, 12, 16, 17), Het Metropole Orkest, Tom Bakker (tracks: 1, 3, 5 to 7,10, 11, 13 to 15, 18). Notes. On front: "Ruud De Graaf & Hans Cornelissen presenteren: Albert Mol's Wat Zien Ik?! - Een Musicalcomedy". Ellen Pieters, Mariska van Kolck, Johnny Kraaijkamp, Hans Breetveld, Kiki Classen en Arie Cupé.
Actor Albert Mol, the writer of the novel on which this movie was based, appears as Nel's blind date, who ends up with pie in his face. His daughter Kika Mol plays one of the prostitutes. Wat zien ik?' or 'What am I seeing?' was exactly the question I asked myself when I watched this film the other night. The film itself seems to be nothing more than an accumulation of 'strange' customers that a hooker in Amsterdam entertains and has a very sketch-like feel to it. Except that it isn't funny.
Wat zien ik" was een sensatie. De ene druk volgde de ander op in een ongekend hoog tempo. Honderdduizenden wilden kennismaken met de sympathieke, openhartige blonde Greet, die in Albert Mol zo'n boeiende, humoristische verteller vond
Naar het boek van Albert Mol, met het script van Frans Mulder, Allard Blom en Paul van Ewijk. Met de muziek van Dick Bakker en Tom Bakker. Onder toezicht van Grand Circle, onder regie van Ineke de Geus, onder de muzikale leiding van Gerbrand van Kolck presenteert musicalvereniging Abbekerk vol trots de trailer van Wat zien ik?! Related Pages. Performance art theatre.
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Albert Mol: an actor, a screenwriter. Filmography, photos, biography and much more on Film. A complete list of films and collaborative work with other actors and directors. Business is a business (1971).
Business Is Business (Dutch title: Wat zien ik) is a 1971 comedy film. The story is about the lives of two prostitutes in Amsterdam, and is based on two books written by Albert Mol. This film marks the debut of cinematographer, Jan de Bont. Gerard Soeteman wrote the film scenario, which was his first feature film script The opening scene is shot at the airport Schiphol. Many scenes in the film are shot in the city of Amsterdam, most in the canal house, in the red-light district, and at the canals.
Also known as Diary Of A Hooker, Business is Business, and Any Special Way, Wat Zien Ik? was based on the short stories of Albert Mol; the film was photographed by Jan de Bont, who later went on to become a successful director himself.