Having fallen out with his girlfriend Dolorès, Juanito leaves for Mexico, where he becomes a famous matador.There he meets a Viennese singer, Fanny Miller, who falls for him so much so that... See full summary »
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Having fallen out with his girlfriend Dolorès, Juanito leaves for Mexico, where he becomes a famous matador.There he meets a Viennese singer, Fanny Miller, who falls for him so much so that she intercepts the letters Dolorès keeps on sending him. In desperation, Dolorès devotes all her time and efforts to dance and she becomes the celebrated dancer Estrellita. After a series of misunderstandings and ups and downs, the sun of Andalusia will finally reunite the two lovebirds. Written by
Luis Mariano was the idol of many teenagers, by now grandmothers. He starred in a few operettas written for him by Francis Lopez. Andalousie is one of them and this cinematic version keeps alive for us the charming simple music that will eventually be steamrolled by rock. This movie might be a nostalgia trip, but it stands on its own with romantic costumes and beautiful settings. All in all, a pleasant way to spend a couple of hours.
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