A Dutch newsreel including items on the opening of the laboratories of KEMA's transformer building, a waiter competition at the Maastricht Vrijthof and the closing ceremony of the Dutch pavilion at the Expo 58.
A Dutch newsreel with sound, including items on the opening of the fourth International Sugar Show in the RAI and the opening of the Expo 58 by King Boudewijn.
A Dutch newsreel with sound, including items on the annual shooting competition for the Silver Rifle, the World Speedway World Championship and the final for the Dutch football championship between SC Enschede and DOS.
Comedy about the theft of the Brussels statue of Manneken Pis.
Kamiel (Albert Mol) steals the famous statue to impress his girlfriend Denise, the daughter of the man who is supposed to guard it (Ko van Dijk). The Belgians think the Dutch have stolen their statue and hit back by stealing the statue of Hansje Brink, the little boy with his finger in the dike. Emotions are running high but in the end the statues are returned to their respective countries. Kamiel and Denise live happily ever after.
Paul Flanagan has served an eight-year sentence for his part in a robbery. He has been released, unexpectedly, and renews his contact with his girl friend, Cathy, and his half-brother, Peter Babel, both of whom deserted him in his time of need. Paul Flanagan's aim is to find out the whereabouts of the money from the robbery, which his half-brother has hidden away somewhere, for fear of discovery.
Juultje, the prettiest girl in Volendam, is the daughter of Barendse, the honest but strict owner of the café "The Black Horse".