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The Woman from Beirut (1965)
"La dama de Beirut" (original title)

 -  Drama  -  28 July 1966 (Mexico)
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Isabel is a beautiful aspiring singer with great aspirations but persistent bad luck convicted of a crime she did not commit. Serving time in prison she is released under parole and lands a... See full summary »

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Cast

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Isabel Llanos
Fernand Gravey ...
Dr. Castello
Giancarlo Del Duca ...
Francis Castello
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Gloria Lefevre
Alain Saury ...
Xandro Lakaris 'el griego'
José Calvo
Gemma Cuervo ...
Amparo
Carlos Casaravilla
Daniele Vargas
Marcel Lupovici
Joaquín Díaz ...
Selim
Chonette Laurent ...
Lucila Morales
Luis Padrós
Mariano Azaña
César Ojinaga
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Isabel is a beautiful aspiring singer with great aspirations but persistent bad luck convicted of a crime she did not commit. Serving time in prison she is released under parole and lands a singing gig at a dive in Barcelona where she meets Sandro "The Greek" and his partner lover Gloria. The couple is posing as entertainment promoters but they are really running a prostitution ring based in Beirut. They offer Isabel a two-year contract to perform in "night clubs" in the Near and Mideast even after they learn that she cannot travel abroad due to her legal status. Upon arrival in Beirut, Isabel and the other girls are sped away to a luxurious villa where they discover the real intentions of the pseudo-promoters. They are expected to sing and dance but also to engage in sexual activities with the rich clients that patronize the place. Isabel pretends to go along with the situation but she has a plan to get away. Written by Omar Martinez

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28 July 1966 (Mexico)  »

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Cada noche un amor  »

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ESP 31,058,669 (Spain)
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The credited director - Ladislao Vajda - died after a month of work in Barcelona. The assistant director Luis María Delgado had to face the bigger part of the shooting. Even so, Delgado refused to be credited as director, presumingly to pay tribute to his Spanish-Hungarian master Vajda. See more »

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Referenced in Vente a ligar al Oeste (1972) See more »

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Frenesí
Written by Alberto Domínguez
Performed by Sara Montiel
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