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Directed by Tim ferket
Written by Maria Peters
Starring Bo Maerten
Mees Peijnenburg
Willem Voogd
Release date
  • 4 October 2007 (2007-10-04)

Timboektoe (English: Timbuktu) is a 2007 Dutch film based on a series of novels by Carry Slee. The film received the Golden Film after it had sold 100,000 cinema tickets.


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