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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tony Leblanc ...
Lorenzo Ortiz
Antonio Garisa ...
María del Sol Arce ...
Antoñita (as María del Sol)
Mayra Rey ...
Julián Mateos ...
Ángel de Andrés ...
El Ciruqui
Lilián de Celis ...
Carlos Romero Marchent ...
Manolo Ortiz 'Barberito'
José María Caffarel ...
Sr. Rebollo (as José Mª Caffarel)
Goyo Lebrero ...
Rodríguez (as Gregorio Lebrero)
Josep Maria Angelat ...
(as José Mª Angelat)
Ramón Hernández
Joaquín Díaz
Santi Sans ...
(as Santiago Sanz)


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26 June 1961 (Spain)  »

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A toast by Tony Leblanc
16 December 2009 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

"Lorenzo" (Tony Leblanc), is the owner of a barber in a neighborhood of Madrid, which is a wrong and excessive love for his two sons, not seeing them any defect and it only good qualities. "Lucia" (Mayra Rey) his wife, looks things more common sense, has with "Lorenzo" her husband continuing unrest.

But "Lorenzo", advised by his friend the ice cream (Antonio Garisa), does not make any case, and still clung to his idea to sell the business in order to cover the costs for his two children to become great figures, one as bullfighter and the other as a singer. And for that to achieve this is able to sacrifice everything, even if it has to be separated from his wife. . This obsession endorsed concerned for the whole family and, in turn, makes you be victim easy to all kinds of con artists.

This film is a good and funny comedy directed by Miguel Lluch, with a script based on the work of Carlos Arniches, with a magnificent interpretation of the teacher Tony Leblanc in a character who gets show perfect. Is surrounded by real players some of them almost seem principal actors, such as Antonio Garisa and Angel de Andres and Julian Mateos.

The film has very good scenes, some of them as the performance of the daughter of "Lorenzo" in the Barber in chorus with all taxi drivers is very well done. I was unforgettable and highly entertaining the scene of toast with a glass of wine by Tony Leblanc with his friends.

Good photography of Ricardo Albiñana and good direction of Miguel Lluch.

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