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The Games Men Play (1963)
"La Cigarra no es un bicho" (original title)

 -  Drama  -  6 May 1963 (Argentina)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Maria Antinea ...
The Wife
Amelia Bence ...
The Prostitute
Elsa Daniel ...
The Bride
Mirtha Legrand ...
Secretary
Malvina Pastorino ...
Teacher
José Cibrián ...
Industrialist
Narciso Ibáñez Menta ...
Ventriloquist
Ángel Magaña ...
Journalist
Luis Sandrini ...
Taxi Driver
Enrique Serrano ...
Musician
Teresa Blasco ...
Maid
Guillermo Bredeston ...
Bridegroom
Diana Ingro ...
Model
Myriam de Urquijo ...
Lady
Leda Zanda ...
Nurse
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Men Play Games. Women Play Games. Women Love to Play the Games Men Play.

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Petrified Forest meets Grand Hotel!
27 February 2001 | by (New England) – See all my reviews

Yow! What a great obscurity this is! With a plot that sounds like a bad joke (seven couples are quarantined in a seedy hotel for possibly carrying the bubonic plague!), this wild and steamy dubbed melodrama has the premise of THE PETRIFIED FOREST, with claustrophobia and and hatred and fear creating unbearable sexual/political tension, combined with a parody of GRAND HOTEL! Surely one of the oddest of "Adults Only" flicks of the 60s, this has comedy, pathos and sex in equal measure, definitely a WOW!


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