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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dora García
Luisa Pau
Linda Barcala (as Teresa Pávez)
Gloria Osuna ...
María Rodrigo
Montserrat Julió ...
Carlos Ibarzábal ...
Joaquín Navales ...
Alejo del Peral ...
Manuel Bronchud ...
Ligón en Club La Pachanga
Carolina Jiménez
Joaquín Ferrer ...
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Three young dressmakers, young women who love nightlife and fun, returning one day to the house they share, after passing for a while at the police station as a consequence of a night of revelry, find a girl badly injured in their bathroom. Written by jsanchez

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11 March 1965 (Netherlands)  »

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3 Lichte meisjes  »

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The splendid Enma, Elisa and Terele in an entertaining comedy Julio Coll.
25 April 2013 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

"Dora" (Emma Penella), "Linda" (Elisa Montes) and "Luisa" (Terele Pávez), three friends of strong character (with a history of assault and female reformatories income) are arrested in a raid after an altercation on a cabaret. In the police station Dora discovers a small bottle with cocaine, which ensures surprised Dora ignore and gave a guy with a plaid jacket as a gift by saying it was cream.

The commissioner after a few hours locked decides to have them let them go, and at home are shared with a woman injured in the bathroom, which turns out to be less Zamora coming to the big city, and a saxophonist named "Carlos" had left after making fun of her.

"La Cuarta Ventana" was directed by Julio Coll, responsible for some of the most representative detective films made in Spain in the decades 50/60 as "Apartado De Correos 1001" (1950) and "Distrito Quinto" (1957), to quote the most representative.

Also having such a suggestive title, other than remember "Rear Window" (1954) Hitchcock, Julio Coll homage to describe the personalities of the girls when they express what they feel when watching the neighborhood with binoculars from the window of their home.

The argument is far removed from the usual police script, as the adventures of the three girls and the funny adventures on the trail of musician do a comedy detective, resulting loose the plot, but quite interesting to see the 3 sisters Penella The real interest of this film lies in the first and last meeting of the three sisters film actresses who proved to be as great here, each with its own personality and stage name claimed. Emma opened the difficult path of interpretation on a very conservative household knew of art. She was the star of the house, the eldest and she took the name of her grandfather Penella, musician, author of the musical "El Gato Montés" and married to a Chilean surnamed Pavez. That explains the confusion of the names of the sisters.

But Elisa and Terele not have it easy given the success of Emma. The first had a stunning beauty and married into the family Ozores. She passed Ozores Clan comedies, experimented with her friend Jesus Franco became usual "spaghetti western" and she will always be remembered for 'Verano Azul' (1981). Terele, small and the best, she was never taken seriously. She waited and despaired until "La Regula" in 'Los Santos Inocentes' (1984) in her path. Then she reached her glory and, over the years, could revalidate with 'La Celestina' (1996) or 'La Comunidad' (2000).

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