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|Rechten der jeugd|
|Directed by||Maurits Binger|
|Written by|| L. T. J. Fontein |
|28 October 1921|
Rechten der jeugd is a 1921 Dutch silent film directed by Maurits Binger.
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De Jeugd van Tegenwoordig is a Dutch hip hop and R&B group based in Amsterdam, Netherlands, renowned for their musical approach of irreverent, humorous lyrics and electronic beats. Their humorous style is characterised by their frequent use of word play, lyrical flirting with languages other than Dutch and the propagating of neologisms, such as "Watskeburt?!".
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