Determined to postpone his own wedding, a former marshal leaves his bride-to-be and participates at an international music festival in Spain, where he falls for a young dancer.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Carmen García
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Maresciallo Carotenuto
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Paco
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Peppino
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Donna Violante Ruotolo
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Maestra de baile
Mario Carotenuto ...
Don Matteo Carotenuto
Josefina Serratosa ...
Tía de Carmen
Jacinto San Emeterio
Carmen Sánchez ...
Tía de Paco
Julio Goróstegui ...
Prior
María de los Ángeles Such ...
(as Mª Ángeles Such)
Miguel del Castillo ...
Músico
Rodolfo del Campo
Dolores Palumbo
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Determined to postpone his own wedding, a former marshal leaves his bride-to-be and participates at an international music festival in Spain, where he falls for a young dancer.

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4 December 1958 (Italy)  »

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Bread, Love and Andalucia  »

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Trivia

Italian censorship visa # 28203 delivered on 27-11-1958. See more »

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Follows Frisky (1954) See more »

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Tarantella sivigliana
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Performed by Vittorio De Sica
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