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Storyline

Gritty British-made Police drama series set in the beautiful location of Amsterdam, Netherlands. Cynical Dutch Detective Commissaris "Piet" Van der Valk (Barry Foster) and his colleagues investigate murders, kidnappings, and political corruption.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 13, 1972

Also Known As: Ван дер Валк, 密探雄風 |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M), UK (15)

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Company Credits

Production Co: Thames Television, Euston Films |  See more »

Cast

Philip Locke
as Conrad Molenaar
Andrea Lawrence
as Lottie
David Millett
as Jansen
Dennis Blanch
as Patrolman
John Quarmby
as Zondag
David Schofield
as Toon Rosendaal
John Vine
as Jan Klees/Klees
Freda Rodgers
as Mrs Mees
Ronan Vibert
as Martin Lepweg
Martin McDougall
as Vendor
James Cossins
as Noordhoff
Philip Bowen
as Jacob De Vries
John Scholes
as Dolf Maartens
Harold Goldblatt
as Paul Moen
Sara Griffiths
as Anna
Charles Dale
as Simon Plesman
Michelle Newell
as Dina
Maurice Colbourne
as Nick Scholtz
Anthony Stafford
as Van Driver
Elizabeth Cassidy
as Annabel
John Bown
as Reporter
Petar Vidovic
as Waiter
Pip Torrens
as Michael De Groot
Ingrid Hafner
as Annie
Valerie Holliman
as Samantha
Mary Healey
as Berte Merks
Paul Freeman
as Michael Tromp
Donald Churchill
as Johnny Roos
Patricia Read
as Prostitute
Ab Abspoel
as Maarten Post
Helen Horton
as Mrs Lovell Wallace
Ian Barritt
as Hartog
Richardson Morgan
as Bargee
Jane Lapotaire
as Elly
Stefan Kalipha
as Hippy
Maurice O'Connell
as Kurt
Jeremy Peters
as Thin Man
Allan Hendrick
as Rinus
Jeff Rawle
as Diederick
Matthew Marsh
as Willem Maas
Richard Graham
as Jan Malen
Andrew Powell
as Leo Postma
Ken Kitson
as Jan Hoffman
Jon Croft
as Johannes
Jack May
as Minister
Julian Somers
as Dijker
Andrew Wilde
as Luther
Donald Gee
as Tahlen
Caroline Harding
as Maarte de Kleine
Wilfred Grove
as Josef
Pam St. Clement
as Ada
Richard Rees
as Raoul
Lillias Walker
as Beryl Harkemer
Stephen Marcus
as Burly Man
Barrie Houghton
as Henk Busselink
Vernon Dobtcheff
as Sebastian Jonge
William Hootkins
as Frank Garvin
Bruce Bould
as Sitskoorn
Paul Eddington
as Wolf Gebhardt
Christopher Benjamin
as Mulder
Shane Briant
as Ko
Derek Fowlds
as Johan Kieft
Geoffrey Bayldon
as Joseph Kettner/Nicolas Meijers
Bernice Stegers
as Anna Kuylen
Keith Buckley
as Peko Kovacic
John Standing
as Ehrlich
Donald Morley
as Dr. Stapper
Anthony Collin
as Clerk
Sion Tudor Owen
as Hans Staal
Peter Penry-Jones
as Markheim
Peter Quince
as Man 'A'
Lizzy McInnerny
as Bea Jongkind
Robin Parkinson
as Hotel Receptionist
Allie Byrne
as Petra Van Leurink
Paul Hardwick
as Holmeijer
Richard Hurndall
as Magistrate/Picard
Helena McCarthy
as Clerk
Michael Turner
as Dr. Smeding
Abigail Cruttenden
as Else
Katherine Parr
as Mrs. Driessen
Robert Swales
as Second Detective
Christian Thorogood
as Patrolman
Terence Rigby
as Karl Vessem
Tim Diggle
as Policeman
Michael Petrovitch
as Wim
Roger Bizley
as Mahmud Fazan
Richard Heap
as Policeman
Barry Foster
as Van Der Valk/Van der Valk/Commissaris Van Der Valk
Felicity Dean
as Helga
Robert Gary
as First Detective
Walter Brown
as Mulder
Amanda Burton
as Elly Van Roekel
Martin McKellan
as Policeman
Marilyn Finlay
as Receptionist
Natasha Pyne
as Janet
Tom Mannion
as Adrian
Sara Kestelman
as Monika Hendricks
Richard Davies
as Lloyd
Geoffrey Beevers
as Kroll
Julia Goodman
as Cristina van Meer
Selina Cadell
as Monica
Christopher Matthews
as Receptionist
Arnold Diamond
as Dr. Pritchett
Ian Hendry
as Boersma
Nigel Anthony
as Peter Jamal
Oliver Parker
as Bruno Duykers
Kathleen Moffatt
as Nurse
Michael Lees
as Dr. Roest/Kees Dorpman
Melanie Thaw
as Wilhelmina
Stefan Gryff
as Havranek
Simon Fisher-Turner
as Jan
Trevor Martin
as Patrolman
Michael Latimer
as Kroon
Denis Lill
as Roberts/Van Houten
Maria O'Brien
as Pauline Eindhoven
Susan Travers
as Arlette
Tony Caunter
as Hans Voss
Karl Howman
as Eric
William Russell
as Rokin
Denica Fairman
as Barbara Steenkamp
Martin Chamberlain
as Reporter
Philip Sayer
as Paul
Alec Linstead
as De Jong
Gillian Barge
as Woman
Barry Aird
as Postman
James Grout
as Kolmaar
Cate Fowler
as Receptionist
Paul Hastings
as Erik
Daniel Holyoake
as Leeuwen
John Price
as Ressel
Celia Imrie
as Marijke Dekker
Brian Poyser
as Finch
Prunella Ransome
as Astrid
Steven Elliot
as Reporter
Pauline Letts
as Muriel Hackforth
Derek Smith
as Jaap
Trevor Peacock
as Johnny Retz
Michael O'Hagan
as Special Branch Man
Ona McCracken
as Receptionist
Rupert Degas
as Student
Norman Scace
as Officer of Justice
Kevin Stoney
as Kemeling
Philip Whitchurch
as Erik
Richard Huw
as Wim Van Der Valk/Wim
John Rees
as Mulhauzen
Andrew Ray
as Stevin
Brian Gwaspari
as Marken
Jon Morrison
as Henk
Lorna Heilbron
as Magda
Douglas Henshall
as Joep Huizinga
David Leland
as Madame Arthur
Edward Burnham
as Jakob Mertens
Geoffrey Palmer
as Head of Faculty
Kenneth Cranham
as Dirk Boutsen
Robert Morgan
as Visser
Gary Olsen
as Brouwer
Maria Miles
as Helena Pel
Steven Mackintosh
as Koos
Beth Harris
as Miss Texel
Geoffrey Church
as Inspector Stam
Elizabeth Hogg
as Woman PC
Richard Hanson
as Rudi Tromp
Arne Gordon
as Reinhart
Michael Da Costa
as Doff
Madeleine Moffat
as Anne Marie Post
Laurence Harrington
as Keyser
Sally Sanders
as Mrs. Zondag
Pat Gorman
as Policeman
Kevork Malikyan
as Colombian
William Ellis
as Jean/Vittorio Farrugia
Fiona Padfield
as Beatrix Tromp
Joanna Dunham
as Arlette/Lucienne
Steven Alvey
as Mechanic
Jonathan Newth
as Chemist
Don Henderson
as Ullman
Arthur Kohn
as Detective
Keith Hazemore
as Head Waiter
Christopher Gray
as Inspector Westdijk
Peter Moreton
as Johan Wurtz
Jane Merrow
as Diane
Julian Fox
as Samuel
Edward Judd
as Alfred
John Burgess
as Roemers
John Bailey
as Huisman
Joyce Heron
as Hilda Ruysbroek
Rod Beacham
as Technician
Tony Rohr
as Hugo Molders
Anna Cropper
as Julie Meijers
Lois Baxter
as Emma Holmeijer
Bev Willis
as Editor 1
Dave Carter
as Brigadier Stribos/Stribos
Ian Gelder
as Basten
Julian D'Albie
as The Baron
Ronald Leigh-Hunt
as Bekker
Sam Preston
as Willem Van Hoorn
Michael Culver
as James
Darlene Johnson
as Christina
Steven Beard
as De Witt
Peter Dawson
as Editor 3
Nicholas Hutchison
as Eddie Haas
Peter Guinness
as Nick Koop
Jim Norton
as Eddy/Hanson
Stephen Jameson
as Gerrit Post
John Golightly
as Porter
Mia Fothergill
as Jacqueline
Ronald Hines
as Hoofd Commissaris Samson/Samson
Angela Bruce
as Tony Vishnu
Patrick Troughton
as Father Bosch
Mark Jones
as Martin
Julie Peasgood
as Christina Molders
Clifford Rose
as Boersma/De Groote
Ronnie Stevens
as Jacob Reinecke
Liz Goulding
as Maria Seghers
Richard Simpson
as Jeweller
Rupert Holliday-Evans
as Albert
Roy Boyd
as Anton Kovacic
Judy Cornwell
as Harriet Kuyper
Martin Wyldeck
as Samson
Stephen Moore
as Hensen
Artro Morris
as Martin
John Gill
as Lost Property Man
Lalla Ward
as Judith Stolle
Valerie Phillips
as Journalist
Billy Hamon
as Saskia
Pamela Moiseiwitsch
as Miss Schaar
Nicholas Le Prevost
as Van Hoorn
David McKail
as Editor 2/Evert
Guy Moore
as Duty Officer
Richard Mayes
as Farmer
Holly De Jong
as Hannie Mierle
Wanda Moore
as Irene van Vliet
Patrick Allen
as Van Teeseling
Jonathan Donne
as Boy On Boat
Edward Halsted
as Surgeon
Patricia Lawrence
as Marijke Hoekstra
Alan Haines
as Brigadier Mertens/Mertens
Joe Hutton
as Young Man
Edward Pinner
as Squatter
Arkie Whiteley
as Ruth Van Der Valk
Maggie Steed
as Maria Tromp
George Howe
as Sartorius
Peter Aubrey
as Drunk
Nicolas Chagrin
as Friso Jongkind
Joanna Van Gyseghem
as Policewoman
Mark Hadfield
as Ferdie
Patrick Jordan
as Barman
Jestyn Phillips
as Jan Seghers
Peter Godfrey
as Zeller
Ian Redford
as Harry Reitz/Pathologist
Nicolette McKenzie
as Elsa
Lila Kaye
as Emma Struys
Peter Blythe
as Max
Lisa Daniely
as Margo/Mrs. Visser
Edgar Wreford
as Jan Servaas
Suzanne Fleuret
as The Nun
Robert Gillespie
as Doop
Christopher Timothy
as Ernest/Policeman
James Cairncross
as Dr. Jagerman
Bruce Lidington
as Paul
Tom Bell
as Freddie Brugmans
Jo Rideout
as Ria
Bernard Brown
as Henniker
Mary Jo Randle
as Ella
Pamela Duncan
as Mrs. Haakman
Madeleine Christie
as Helene Webber
Karin Fernald
as Yvonne
Pamela Salem
as Millie Sanger
Sonia Graham
as Mrs Heyn
Sean Wightman
as Delivery Boy
Hildegard Neil
as Else Rokin
Miranda Hampton
as Bar Manageress
Philip McGough
as Bertus
Juliette James
as Secretary
Helen Keating
as The Whore
Peter Pratt
as Westermann
Al Gregg
as Journalist
Patricia Quinn
as Yvonne
Helen Ryan
as Eva Maris
Anna Wing
as Concierge
Karin MacCarthy
as Doctor
Christopher Bramwell
as Van Loon
Maureen Flynn
as Anna Maas
Richard Howard
as Pathologist
Hilary Heath
as Nana Schneers
Deborah Fallender
as American Sister
Matthew Guinness
as Barman/Finger-print Expert
Lewis Alexander
as Karen's Client in Photograph
Jack Ellis
as Frans Opstel
Stephanie Turner
as Els Kortman
Joanne Stoner
as Hospital Receptionist
David Wood
as Blom
Frances Atkinson
as Young Girl On Boat
Hazel McBride
as Stewardess
Ian Fairbairn
as Pathologist
Anthony Howden
as Ari Anderson
Sara Mair-Thomas
as Anita
Brian Honeyball
as Policeman
Sydney Tafler
as Halsbeek
Dave Atkins
as Sergeant Donkers
John Hudson
as Architect
Leon Vitali
as Jos Busselink
Patricia Peters
as Receptionist
Ciaran Madden
as Melanie Van Hoorn
Denis DeMarne
as Duty Officer
Derek Crewe
as Waiter
Meg Davies
as Arlette/Arlette Van Der Valk
Michael Garner
as Inspector Dekker
Roger Kemp
as Wainwright
Michael Gaunt
as Driver
John Woodnutt
as Dr. Roest
Ian Lowe
as Piet Gobel
Margaret Ward
as Tutor
Sam Dastor
as Paul
Hubert Rees
as Berger
Kika Markham
as Sion Beekvelt
Alexander Davion
as Ranieri
David Lyell
as Doorman
James Aubrey
as Jan
Kenton Moore
as Customs Officer
Anthony Chinn
as Chung
Martyn Whitby
as Theo Swart
Annabel Leventon
as Hannie Wijsman
Hans Van Raam
as Criminal
Anthony Valentine
as Charles Mehra
Natascha Snellman
as Daughter of suspect
Malcolm Tierney
as Rinus Nagel
Harold Reese
as Caretaker
Richard Pasco
as Albert de Vink
Brian Badcoe
as The Dominee
Donald Burton
as Evert Stolle
Bob Hoskins
as Johnny Palmer
Pippa Page
as Girl in Van
Mark Pepper
as Kees Slutters
Margaret Ashcroft
as Marlies Kernkamp
Chrissy Iddon
as Reporter
Nigel Stock
as Samson
Ralph Brown
as Inspector Rep
Jennifer Daniel
as Susan
Carolyn Courage
as Karen
Nigel Pegram
as Didier Clebert
Ken Parry
as Sartorius
Phil Atkinson
as Jan Heyn
Inez Thorn
as Spanish Lady
Elizabeth Bradley
as Hannah
Stephen May
as Policeman
Peter Cartwright
as KLM Captain
Anthony Douse
as Pastor
Michael Hannah
as Barman
Clifford Parrish
as Pathologist
Sam Miller
as Frederick
Suzy Kendall
as Marijka
Donald Pelmear
as Jan Vierman
Michael Simkins
as Joop Snelders
Ben Bazell
as Wolf
Phoebe Nicholls
as Treesje
Jan Harvey
as Margit
David Webb
as Leo
Richard Smith
as Peter Hackforth
Michael Sheard
as Paul Harkemer/Ruytens
Damien Thomas
as Felix Alkmaar
Leon Lissek
as Frans
Kay Gallie
as Nurse
Anthony Milner
as Brinkman
Michael Atkinson
as Bank Manager
Brian Cox
as Stefan Szabo
Gillian McCutcheon
as Lies Jongkind
Morris Perry
as Pastor Weevers
Emma Cunningham
as Greta Tromp
Paul McNeilly
as Kidnapper
Ellis Dale
as Keur
Jonathan Firth
as Michael
Dennis Thorne
as Officer of Justice
Shane Rimmer
as Lovell J Wallace
Jeremy Young
as Eddie Palmer
Freddie Jones
as Joop Pater
Eric Francis
as Old Gardener
Noelle Finch
as Hetti Van Teeseling
Colin McCormack
as Sailor
Roy Evans
as Caretaker
Peter Weston
as Policeman
James Laurenson
as Paul Kortman
Robert Swann
as Paul
Olivia Williams
as Irene Kortman
Oliver Ford Davies
as Guus Kroese
Harry Waters
as Uniformed Policeman
Alun Lewis
as Eddie
Victoria Shalet
as Brigid Van Hoorn
Jacqueline Roth
as Pretty Girl

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