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Flight 971 (1953)
"Vuelo 971" (original title)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
José Nieto ...
Comandante Pedro Zubiri
Germán Cobos ...
Primer oficial
Antonio Casas ...
Giner
Santiago Rivero ...
Radiooperador
Raúl Cancio ...
Primer sobrecargo
Antonio Ferrandis ...
Segundo sobrecargo (as Antonio Ferrandiz)
Julia Martínez ...
Matilde
Joan Capri ...
Camarero (as Juan Capri)
Enrique Diosdado ...
Emilio Fraga (as Enrique A. Diosdado)
José Bódalo ...
Hugo Carrara
Doris Duranti ...
Liliana Musso
María Dolores Pradera ...
Mónica
Xan das Bolas ...
Padre
Carmen Cabajos ...
Madre (as Carmen Labajos)
Fernando Sanclemente ...
Niño
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27 December 1953 (Spain)  »

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ESP 4,404 (Spain)
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Suite for solo cello No. 2 in D minor
By Johann Sebastian Bach (as Juan Sebastian Bach)
Arranged by Arturo Duo Vital
Performed by Ricardo Vivó
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amazingly funny
17 February 2002 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

This movie has such a ridiculous script and acting that it can be a lot of fun. It is a perfect example of the kind of catholic cinema made in the Spanish post-war period.

There's a lot of fun in it, but you need some knowledge of the Spanish scenes of the 60's (Adolfo Marsillach, José Bódalo, Vicente Parra, etc.) to get the most out of it. You can barely recognize some of these great performers in their early appearance (what is Marsillach doing here, by the way?). It's almost unbelievable. Think of a mix of 'Airport 79' (20+ years before!!) and 'It's a wonderful life', made by a really dull filmmaker.

If you're Spanish and like odd movies, this is for you. Look fast for the baptism scene, it's invaluable!!!


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