Skollie (film)

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Skollie[1] (1984) is an Afrikaans film written by Hennie Human and directed by Ivan Hall.

The film

Skollie[2] (1984) is an Afrikaans film written by Hennie Human and directed by Ivan Hall, assisted by Steven White. It was the first film spin-off from the series Vyfster and focused on the key character from the series, portrayed by George Ballot.

The cast consists of George Ballot, James Borthwick, Elmarie Kruger, Michael Brunner, Marius Du Plooy, Patrick Mynhardt, Emgee Pretorius, Paul Slabolepszy and Tromp Terre'blanche, with additional performances by Paul Bosman, Gretha Brazelle, Jocelyn Broderick, Anton Dekker, Thys Du Plooy, Libé Ferreira, Bobbette Fouche, Errol Hart, Pagel Kruger, Sam Marais, Louis Minnaar, Tom Mphatsoe (as Thomas Mphatsoe), Bo Petersen, Nic Potgieter, Tjaart Potgieter, Nico Sachse, Cyrilene Slabbert, André Stolz, Gigi Strydom, Eghard van der Hoven, Yvonne van der Walt and Rudi Van Graan.

Produced by Lesley Mannell, and Sias Odendaal, with music by Lloyd Ross, cinematography by Desmond Burmeister, editing by Dee Liebenberg assisted by Jo Rosas, sets by Andrew Whitlock, costume design by Moira Anne Meyer (as Moira Meyer), make up by Annabella Blanche, sound by Conrad Kuhne (as Conrad Kühne) and Henry Prentice, special effects Hennie Muller and Dawie van Heerden, continuity Melody Emmett, production liaison David Lawton (as Dave Lawton), marketing Hennie Smit and production management Gavin Sweeney.

The film was released in 1984.

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