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12 October 1967 (Mexico) See more »
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Cast

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Marisol ... Marisol

Jean-Claude Pascal ... 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 ... Sacerdote #1

Emiliano Redondo
Jorge Llopis
Rafael Alcántara
María Álvarez
Emilio Alonso
María Fernanda D'Ocón ... Sor Leticia
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Goyo Montero ... Bailarín (uncredited)
Peret ... Himself (uncredited)

Directed by
Luis Lucia 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Fernando García de la Vega  screenplay
Fernando García de la Vega  story
Luis Lucia  screenplay
Luis Lucia  story
Alfonso Paso  screenplay
Alfonso Paso  story
Manuel Ruiz Castillo  screenplay
Manuel Ruiz Castillo  story

Produced by
Manuel J. Goyanes .... producer
 
Original Music by
Fernando Arbex 
Adolfo Waitzman 
 
Cinematography by
Antonio L. Ballesteros 
 
Film Editing by
Rosa G. Salgado 
 
Production Design by
Enrique Alarcón 
 
Set Decoration by
Enrique Alarcón 
 
Costume Design by
Humberto Cornejo 
F. Cristiani 
Anita Pedrola  (as Anita)
Sylvain 
 
Makeup Department
Francisca Guillot .... makeup artist (as Paquita Guillot)
Miguel Sesé .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Pedro Jiménez .... assistant production manager
Samuel Menkes .... production manager
José Luis Rubio .... assistant production manager (as José L. Rubio)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jaime Chávarri .... assistant director
Juan Ignacio Galván .... assistant director (as Juan I. Galván)
 
Art Department
Antonio Luna .... property master
Antonio Mateos .... property master
Jesús Mateos .... property master
Ricardo Mengíbar .... property master
Francisco Rodríguez Asensio .... construction coordinator (as Asensio)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Felipe López .... still photographer
Ricardo Poblete .... camera operator
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Humberto Cornejo .... wardrobe
 
Music Department
Alfonso Sáinz .... adaptation of song "La Terara"
 
Other crew
Sandra Le Brocq .... choreographer
Francisco G. Montero .... production secretary
Carmen Salas .... direction secretary
Carmen Salas .... script supervisor
 
Crew believed to be complete


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94 min
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Color (Eastmancolor)
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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.See more »
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Belén-BelénSee more »

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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Marisol is a film star with man trouble ., 15 May 2005
Author: bijou-2 from London, England

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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