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  • Bert Haanstra - Wikipedia

    Albert 'Bert' Haanstra (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɑlbərt bɛrt ˈɦaːnstraː]; 31 May 1916 – 23 October 1997) was a Dutch film director of films and documentaries.

  • Bert Haanstra - IMDb

    Bert Haanstra, Director: Glas. Bert Haanstra was born on May 31, 1916 in Holten, Overijssel, Netherlands as Albert Haanstra. He was a director and writer, known for ...

  • Bert Haanstra - Glass - YouTube

    Bert Haanstra, Bij De Beesten af 1972 - Duration: 1:39:22. Ivo Steinfort Schaap 18,988 views. 1:39:22. Bert Haanstra - Glas (1958), volledige film ...

  • Bert Haanstra - Glas - YouTube

    Short docu with matching music and no talking about Dutch glass production in the 50's. From Bert Haanstra. = = = = Just as a reminder: Any comment ...

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  • Bert Haanstra | Professional Profile

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  • Bert Haanstra - English

    English. You can also consult the following sources on the internet: Bert Haanstra on IMDB Bert Haanstra on Wikipedia. BERT HAANSTRA: FILMMAKER, MAGICIAN, WIZARD

  • Bij de beesten af (1972) - IMDb

    Directed by Bert Haanstra. With Anton Koolhaas, Stephen Murray, Alexander Scourby, Leonid Brezhnev. Documentary that explores the differences and similarities between ...

  • Glass (disambiguation) - Wikipedia

    Glass is an amorphous material commonly used in windows, tableware, optoelectronics, and decorative items. Glass or Glasses may also refer to: Glass (drinkware), a ...

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