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Perro golfo (1963)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Maurice Marsac ...
Cristino
Pilar Cansino ...
Margarita
Félix Dafauce ...
Mayordomo
José Isbert ...
Guarda de las obras
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Francisco Arteaga
José Ignacio Corrales
Sun De Sanders ...
Embajadora
Francisco Hernández
Gerardo Recuero
Paquito Ruano
Antonio Vela ...
Vicente
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18 February 1963 (Spain)  »

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ESP 21,663 (Spain)
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The great Pepe Isbert in one of his countless characters
20 December 2009 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

A butcher widower "Cristino" (Maurice Marsac) are worth the performance with the guitar of his son to attract customers to his carnage, the boy have a pet a dog quite gulf "Lagartijo", "Cristino"does not accept that brings its home. "Cristino" aims to conquer the florist "Margarita" (Pilar Cansino) of which was always love and that has shop of flowers next to the carnage,

"Perro golfo", directed by Domingo Viladomat and with Pepe Isbert "Gaspar López" as protagonist, account with an entertaining interpretation of the actor in one of his last papers. A good comedy that does not exceed the film "La banda de los ocho" of the director Tulio Demicheli that is much better raised in regard to the script, films are very accepted by the young audience of those years, has a good soundtrack of S. Ruiz de Luna and good photography of Emilio Foriscot.


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