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Ana
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Juan Torregrosa Orózco
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Adela
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Luís
María Martín ...
Diana
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Julio Bermejo Alcáraz 'Julito'
Maria Piazzai ...
Lolita
Manuel Monroy ...
Francisco Montero Ruiz 'Curro'
Elvira Quintillá ...
Merche
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Lorenzo Sallén 'Loren'
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Yolanda Clavel
Rafael Alonso ...
Federico Romeu
Ángela Tamayo ...
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Emilio Santiago
Francisco Bernal
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10 December 1956 (Spain)  »

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Honeymoon  »

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Loose comedy with splendid cast and pleasant music.
21 January 2015 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

t is one of the weakest productions José Luis Dibildos later producer delicacies like "Hasta Que El Matrimonio Nos Separe" 1977. Of all his films, which have had greater acceptance are "El Tulipan Negro" 1964, starring Alain Delon and "Llanto Por Un Bandido" 1963, directed by Carlos Saura ..

The film revolves around the various anecdotes living five couples on their honeymoon in a hotel and within moments manages to keep attentive to the viewer as loose script made this time by Dibildos and Noel Clarasó is not properly presented fluidly by the direction of León Klimovsky who directed some good films like "Todos Eran Culpables" 1962 or series as "La Barraca" 1979.

You could expect more from a movie with this cast on and the filmmakers further wherein figure as an assistant director "Jess" Franco, who soon after would start as a filmmaker with a number of promising films to become the director most prolific Spanish cinema.

The situations are usually languid and naive and limiting scenarios to develop mild storyline also contributes to boredom appears. Despite being a loose film was well received in his time so the producer Agate Films proposed more comedies with Fernan Gomez and Analia Gade since the couple worked well. The gift head a good deal represents by the enchanting music of the most notable credits inducements modest comedy but at least serves as a document and has a certain old-fashioned charm characteristic of the era in which it was made.


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