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El último varon sobre la Tierra (1933)

Ralph Martin, a playboy, must give up all his girlfriends when he becomes engaged to his beloved Dolores Winkle. Since he has stayed late at a goodbye dinner given by these other gals, he ... See full summary »

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Raul Roulien ...
Rosita Moreno ...
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Al Bribona
Carmen Rodríguez ...
Doctora Prodwell
Romualdo Tirado ...
Belcher
Hilda Moreno ...
Toots
Antonio Vidal ...
Dr. Winkle
Luz Segovia ...
Señora de Winkle
Ligia de Golconda
Lita Santos
Blanca Vischer
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Ralph Martin, a playboy, must give up all his girlfriends when he becomes engaged to his beloved Dolores Winkle. Since he has stayed late at a goodbye dinner given by these other gals, he arrives late and drunk to the Winkle home, where an engagement party was held. The butler escorts him to a bedroom, where it turns out would-be girlfriend Toots is sleeping; she screams and rouses the household. Jumping to the obvious conclusion, Dolores breaks their engagement. Ralph is so unhappy he decides to make a dangerous flight over the Pacific. Ralph's plane goes down and he loses all contact with the outside world. A plague called masculitis strikes, killing only men. Dr. Prodwell searches for a cure, but to no avail. Then a pilot tells Dr. Prodwell that she has found a man on a Pacific island. The women decide to keep the valuable discovery a secret, but a woman gangster finds out about the last man's existence. Soon, all the women in the world are after Ralph, and Dolores must do ... Written by Fiona Kelleghan <fkelleghan@aol.com>

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30 May 1933 (Portugal)  »

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El último de su sexo  »

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1.37 : 1
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Women (Mujeres)
Written by William Kernell
Spanish Lyrics by Raul Roulien and José López Rubio
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