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Lola Flores ...
Soledad Prim Altamirano y Montoya / Pastora Heredia (as Lola Flores 'La Faraona')
Agustín Lara ...
Himself
Joaquín Cordero ...
Alberto Prim
Julio Villarreal ...
Don Guillermo Prim Altamira
Eulalio González ...
Felipe (Pipo) (as Lalo González 'Piporro')
Florencio Castelló ...
José Jeromo
Anita Blanch ...
Jesusita
Antonio Raxel
Raúl Meraz ...
Praxton
Aurora Walker ...
Patricita
Sonia Furió ...
Cuquita
Francisco Reiguera ...
Don Isaac (as Francisco Reyguera)
Carmen Flores ...
Carmencita
Rafael Alcayde ...
Eduardo (as Rafael Alcaide)
Pepita Funez ...
Componente del Ballet Sevillano (as Pepita Funes)
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20 December 1956 (Mexico)  »

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Orgulho Cigano  »

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Written by Maurice Ravel
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Musical vehicle for the long lived Lola Flores
5 April 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Quite ambitiously staged vehicle for Signora Flores, who has a strong singing voice and gets by doing her castanets number. Her career ran half a century. Picture a singing Anna Magnani Her numbers space the plot that has her leaving the gypsy camp for the big city, where her talent gets to be show cased in a (cut to colour) TV studio ballet to Ravel's Bolero.

The production is quite substantial in the terms of the contemporary Mexican film. Competent all studio filming in the hands of Cardona, whose exploitation films had wide circulation dubbed, while the works of Miss Flores appear to be known only in the Hispanic world.


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