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Every Day Is a Holiday (1965)

Cabriola (original title)

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Chica rejoneadora
Ángel Peralta ...
Himself
Rafael de Córdoba ...
Bailarín (as Rafael de Córdova)
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Miguel
Juan Ramón Torremocha
José Sepúlveda ...
Gitano
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Reventa
Vala Cliffton ...
Amiga de Ángel Peralta
Francisco Camoiras ...
Martín
Luis Barbero ...
Portero Plaza de Toros
Antonio Canal ...
Chico
Joaquín Burgos
Antonio Martínez
Valentín Tornos ...
Tabernero de Marbella
Rafael Alcántara
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She sings, dances and falls in love in a fiesta of exciting music and thrilling spectacle!

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Comedy | Musical | Drama

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July 1966 (USA)  »

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Every Day Is a Holiday  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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Trivia

First Marisol movie which doesn't name the main character Marisol (although Marisol's character's name is never mentioned). See more »

Quotes

Manolo: Where are you going?
Chica: To the bullfights, of course.
Manolo: Take me with you.
Chica: Impossible. I can slip in easily... I'm a woman.
Manolo: I can slip in too... I'm a man.
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Connections

Referenced in Artes Gráficas (1967) See more »

Soundtracks

Cabriola
Composed by Augusto Algueró and Antonio Guijarro
Performed by Marisol
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A Delightful Movie
13 August 2013 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

I read the previous reviews on this film and it's nice to know that I'm not the only one to consider this movie a favorite and a very delightful one. The music, the star (Marisol) and the beautiful places in it, help a lot to achieve that feeling, I suppose that Mel Ferrer was feeling the same when he decided to make this movie undoubtedly after a probable visit to Spain, in those particular years a charming place to be.

Just a slight explanation, Patxi Vargas in her review says that Angel Peralta is "the picador", but it is not so, Angel Peralta was a fine "rejoneador", that means to be the Matador but instead of doing the bullfight on foot he does it on horseback, a very spéctacular and dangerous bullfighting speciality. The picador is a helper who also rides a horse but only to weaken the bull for the matador.

One last thing for those who are interested, I've just bought the DVD thru Amazon Spain, of course it's only in Spanish but I suppose that the people who wrote the previous reviews would not mind if they can watch and enjoy this film and its music again.


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