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Lo que cuesta vivir (1967)

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Leonor
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Don Antonio
Ángel Ter ...
Mariano - novio
Mercedes Monterrey ...
Genevieve
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Francisco Andrada ...
Gángster 2º
Jesús Andújar
María Antonia Boch
José María Caffarel ...
Señor Tasio
Francisco Camoiras ...
Gángster 1º 'Manitas'
Manuel Cano ...
Secretario
José María Carcasona
Tony Castel ...
árabe (as Tony Castels)
Ramón Cazorla
José María de Bustos
Alejo del Peral
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Version of Es mi hombre (1934) See more »

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Cántame un pasodoble español
By A.E. Paso, T. Leblanc and Augusto Algueró
Performed by Lola Sevilla with the Eduardo Gadea orchestras and 'Los Indios' quartet, and with the vocalist Manuel Diago
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Magnificent film director Ricardo Nunez
10 November 2009 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

Don Antonio (Jose Isbert) is going through a bad economic situation, which it shares with his daughter Leonor (Lolita Sevilla), a nice adolescent who achieved liven existence, and that, in order to help, strives to practice sewing for that allows them to spend the month. But it is not enough, and don Antonio has no choice but to become thug of a nightclub. A job that will bring unexpected changes to Their life.

This film is another display of the great master of the interpretation that is Jose Isbert. With a great looseness and naturalness he gives us all a series of scenes and situations of a great humor, although based on the economic hardship suffered by the two players. The humor reaches the maximum point when we see Jose Isbert that he is an actor of short stature, become thug of nightclub. Another aspect of the film is its soundtrack to the comprises a series of precious songs

that draw much attention, and a good performance of all the secondary characters.


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