Rubber (1936 film)

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Rubber
Directed by Johan De Meester, Gerard Rutten
Written by Johan De Meester, Gerard Rutten
Music by Walter Gronostay
Release date
September 3, 1936
Running time
106 minutes
Country Netherlands
Language Dutch

Rubber is a 1936 Dutch film directed by Johan De Meester and Gerard Rutten. It tells the story of Dutch newlyweds trying to adjust to a difficult life on a Sumatran plantation. A large portion of the film is believed to be lost; a 63-minute fragment remains in the archives of the Dutch Film Museum.

Cast[edit]

  • Johan De Meester
  • Leo de Hartogh
  • Philip Dorn ... John van Laer (as Frits van Dongen)
  • Matthieu van Eysden
  • Ben Groenier
  • Jan Hahn
  • Constant van Kerckhoven Jr.
  • Folkert Kramer
  • Philippe La Chapelle
  • Enny Meunier
  • Amsy Moina
  • Dolly Mollinger ... Anette
  • Johan Schilthuyzen
  • Georges Spanelly ... Ravinsky
  • Hendrik Van Ees
  • Daan Van Olleffen (as Daan van Offelen jr.)
  • Tony Van Otterloo ... Joop
  • Elias van Praag
  • Mien Duymaer Van Twist
  • Jules Verstraete ... Meesters
  • A. Wilmink ... Popole

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