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Dos chicas locas, locas... (1965)

A millionaire leaves all his fortune to his older granddaughter. But his two granddaughters are twins and nobody knows who's the older one is.

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Pilar Bayona ...
Pili (as Pili)
Emilia Bayona ...
Mili (as Mili)
Tito Mora ...
Carlos
Miguel Ríos ...
Miguel 'El Guitarra' (as Miguel Rios)
Mari Carmen Prendes ...
Rosa, la viuda de Diógenes
Trini Alonso ...
Claudia
Tony Soler ...
Ágata
Adriano Domínguez ...
Leopoldo (as Adriano Dominguez)
Antonio Queipo
Erasmo Pascual ...
Diógenes Valcárcel
Juan Cortés ...
(as Juan Cortes)
Xan das Bolas ...
Guarda de la estación de tren
Esperanza Roy ...
Sirvienta de Rosa
Goyo Lebrero ...
Marinero
Manuel Tejada
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La mayor de las hermanas gemelas Pili y Mili, huérfanas y separadas durante toda su vida, es la heredera de la fortuna de su abuelo Diógenes. No obstante, sólo su viuda abuela Rosa, que vive en la Costa del Sol, sabe con certeza cuál de ellas es la mayor. Por ello, en sus manos está decidir quién se llevará la fortuna. Con el fin de aclarar el asunto, tanto ellas como los familiares de Diógenes que las han estado cuidando van a ver a la abuela... Written by Miguel Ángel Díaz González

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4 January 1965 (Spain)  »

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Gimnasia
Composed by Waldo de los Ríos
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Danced by Pili y Mili
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Baaad
31 August 1999 | by (Málaga, Málaga, Spain) – See all my reviews

This is one of the series of films where the twin sisters Pili and Mili appear. The only pretended attraction of the film is the fact that they are twins and can be mistaken for each other. The songs, the music, the acting (...), the story... all of them are bad.


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