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Urbanus

Created Urbain Servranckx in Dilbeek in 1949, Belgian multi-skilled entertainer Urbanus offers showcased his exclusive anarchic and subversive love of life over the worlds of comedy, film, music, and comic books. With 14 albums to his name, his biggest musical achievement happened in the past due ’70s and early ’80s using the singles “Bakske Vol Met Stro” and “Hittentit,” although he reached number 2 as lately as 2011 using the recording Goe Poeier. But he’s maybe most widely known for his tasks in the movies Hector, Koko Flanel, and Seventh Heaven as well as the 100-plus comic books predicated on an adolescent edition of himself he’s made up of Willy Linthout.

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