Baantjer (1995–2006)

De Cock en de moord zonder effect 

De Cock witnesses a fire at the house of a promising young tennis player, in which his girlfriend dies. To De Cock's amazement, no on- not even the young man himself- seems moved by her death.


Peter De Bont


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Episode cast overview:
Piet Römer ... de Cock
Victor Reinier ... Vledder
Marian Mudder Marian Mudder ... Prins
Martin Schwab Martin Schwab ... Keizer
Serge-Henri Valcke ... Buitendam
Hans Karsenbarg Hans Karsenbarg ... Den Koninghe
Nienke Sikkema Nienke Sikkema ... Mevrouw de Cock
Ab Abspoel Ab Abspoel ... Lowietje
Freek van Muiswinkel Freek van Muiswinkel ... Wachtcommandant
Ferri Somogyi Ferri Somogyi ... Dennis Bouman
Rifka Lodeizen ... Wendy Kozijn
Luk van Mello Luk van Mello ... Ferry Kozijn
Franky Ribbens Franky Ribbens ... Ton Stellaert
Rodney Baddell Rodney Baddell ... Michael Sienkewicz
Anke Engels Anke Engels ... Astrid Tijssen


In Baantjer's presence, the firemen have to stop Dennis Bouman, the star of privately sponsor Ferry Kozijn's Dutch national tennis talent team, from reentering his burning room, where his colleague and in-living girl-friend Astrid Tijssen is consumed by the flames. Forensics conclude arson, but to kill who? Baantjer is shocked, unlike sports buff Vladder, how little emotion the tennis entourage shows. They discover a web of possible motives, including team - and romantic rivalries, infidelity and steroids abuse. Written by KGF Vissers

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Character Michael Sienkewicz is named after comic book artist Bill Sienkiewicz. Co-writer Ger Apeldoorn is a big fan of his work, and translated his entire run on Marvel's 'New Mutants' into Dutch for Junior Pres Strips. See more »

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13 November 1998 (Netherlands) See more »

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