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Marisol rumbo a Río (1963)

Marisol and Mariluz are twin sisters. They live separated, Mariluz with their uncle in Rio de Janeiro, and Marisol with their mother, in Madrid. Marisol's mother has desperately tried to ... See full summary »

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Marisol / Mariluz
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Isabel (as Isabel Garces)
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Don Fernando (as Jose Marco Davo)
Gisia Paradís ...
Sandra
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Arturo (as Fernando Cebrian)
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Norteamericano, 'Tío Sam' (as Jorge Rigaud)
José Thelman ...
Toni (as Jose Thelman)
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Profesor Santi, el adivino (as Jose Orjas)
Laly Soldevila ...
Prisci, empleada Electrodomésticos Kriso
Adrián Ortega ...
Empleado en agencia de viajes (as Adrian Ortega)
Delia Luna ...
Novia compradora de la olla
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Capitán del barco
Josefina Serratosa ...
Mujer en gasolinera
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Empleado de Banca (as Jose Maria Caffarel)
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Sole
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Marisol and Mariluz are twin sisters. They live separated, Mariluz with their uncle in Rio de Janeiro, and Marisol with their mother, in Madrid. Marisol's mother has desperately tried to get money to go to Brasil and meet Mariluz, and so she and the girl have worked in all kinds of places, but they never get enough money until one day Marisol's mother decides to sell everything to get the money and go to Brasil to reunite the family. Once there they discover that Mariluz's governess and her lover have devised a plan to get the money from the twins' uncle, a plan that is in terrible danger now that the spaniards have arrived to Brasil, forcing them to start thinking to get them out of the way... Written by Anonymous

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21 May 1964 (Mexico)  »

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Marisol Road to Rio  »

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Guajiras
Dance Director: Enrique Giménez 'El Cojo' (as Enrique 'El Cojo')
Performed by Marisol (uncredited)
Musician: guitar solo by Alberto Vélez (as A. Vélez) and Antonio Arenas (as A. Arenas)
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Arguably Marisol's best film musical.
2 June 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

This Spanish variation on THE PARENT TRAP with Marisol playing both the poor Madrid teenager as well as her estranged sister in Rio De Janeiro is one my favorite all-time films. A guilty pleasure to be repeated several times a year. Like GREASE, this may not be CITIZEN KANE but it sure makes time fly.


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