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Marisol ...
Marisol
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Frank Moore
Isabel Garcés ...
Isabel - vda. de Ramos de la Vega
Daniel Martín ...
Doctor Pierre Durán
Emilio Gutiérrez Caba ...
Rafael
Axel Darna ...
Martin
Eric Chapman
Pedro Porcel
Mercedes Borqué
José Orjas ...
Thomas
Francisco Camoiras ...
Maletilla - amigo de Rafael
Blaki ...
Percusionista
José María Caffarel ...
Dueño del restaurante
Ángel Álvarez
Emiliano Redondo
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28 August 1967 (Spain)  »

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Las cuatro bodas de Marisol  »

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Isabel - vda. de Ramos de la Vega: You'll see... We'll be eaten by mosquitoes and bitten by lions... I think this is a nonsense.
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La boda
Composed by Fernando Arbex and Adolfo Waitzman
Performed by Marisol
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Marisol is a film star with man trouble .
15 May 2005 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

A precursor to the current RUNAWAY BRIDE problem, Marisol plays a film star and singer called "Marisol" who keeps getting engaged but never follows through. When her latest engagement is announced to the media, jilted lovers come out of the wood work making prior claims.

Marisol can't seem to make up her mind and her performance is extremely pretentious. This was either a sign that the grown-up Marisol had lost her ability to play it natural or her interpretation of a vain movie-star had such convincing affectation as to be unlikeable. One suspects the real person had changed and in any case and the child star had become a stunning beauty still easy on the eyes.

In the best scene (without a song), Marisol, having committed to marrying a British Royal, gets to meet The Queen. Asked what she most wants out of life, she asks to have Gibraltar back!

The screwball elements and bad editing make this a sloppy enterprise not surprisingly still missing on DVD.


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