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Mayores con reparos (1967)



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Complete credited cast:
Pepita / Patricia / Estrella
Fernando / Miguel / Manuel
Tito Mora ...
Antonio Cintado ...
Juan Lizárraga ...
Felipe (as Juan Lizarraga)
José Montijano ...
Cliente borracho
Mercedes Aguirre ...
Cayetano Torregrosa ...
Don Fidel
Ángel Cabezas
Enrique Soto ...
Hombre al teléfono


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23 January 1967 (Spain)  »

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Noche de farra
By Fernando Fernán Gómez (as F. Fernán-Gómez) and Pedro Iturralde
Performed by Analía Gadé
Courtesy of Canciones del Mundo
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Entertaining movie with great actors.
1 January 2013 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

"Fernando" (F.Fernán Gomez) professional and seductive lawyer, known in the cabaret "El Sultán" to "Pepita" (Analia Gade), a young woman who works there. At first try to seduce her, but soon realize that she is an innocent girl.

"Mayores con reparos" is a satirical comedy of manners sexual directed by Fernan-Gomez . The play recreates the lives of three girls working at the cabaret: "Pepita" object of seduction of "Fernando", "Estrella", totally crazy and "Patricia" who misses her homeland. The six characters are played by the two actors. The whole movie is based on the play by screenwriter and playwright Juan José Alonso Millán and his then-wife spectacular Analia Gade. Among the plays he has written include "Las Señoras primero" (1959), " El cianuro ¿sólo o con leche?"(1963)," El alma se serena"(1968)," Cuéntalo tu que tienes más gracia "(1990), and "Ático con terraza"(2006). Finally, he has also written scripts for TV, including the series "Casa para dos" (1995), starring Esperanza Roy and Juanjo Menéndez.

Analia Gade and Fernando Fernan Gomez interpret this film in three different characters each, in two "sketches" whose epicenter cabaret and relationships therein engage the rhythm of the splendid music of Pedro Iturralde.

The film is less fun than it is intended and shallower on the subject showing, but no missing hits in terms of observation, some acuteness and even bitterly resents a theatricality and a truly excessive verbiage and held mainly thanks to the genius of the two interpreters. Otherwise review certain findings pop color and style in which the author will return to other top titles like "Crimen imperfecto" 1970, (José Luis López Vázquez), and somewhat resemble what his colleague and director Jesus Franco, brokered actors besides shared both, as the peculiar Tibor Reves and Juan Estelrich.

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