Imagine a cross between a Cliff Richard movie and one of the numerous AIP beach party movies and you just about get an idea of what this is like.
Stars Ramon Arcusa and Manuel De La Calva are best known as the Duo Dinamico, and it is under that twin heading that they appear. The film is at best slight and inoffensive, obviously made for the home audience, but of interest to Euro fans due to the direction of Jack of all Trades, Leon Klimovsky.
Klimovsky had previously directed the pair in 1964's similar Enscala En Tenerife, and although it is his horrors and westerns that are of most interest to fans, these movies show that the man could turn his hand to anything with favourable results.
Arcusa and De La Calva still play to this day and recently appeared on Spanish TV discussing the film and their careers after a rare screening.
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