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Let Them Talk (1968)
"Digan lo que digan" (original title)

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Rafael Gandía
Serena Vergano ...
Blanca
Ignacio Quirós ...
Miguel
Susana Campos ...
Blanca's Friend
Darío Vittori ...
Luis
Hernán Guido ...
Arencibia
Aldo Bigatti ...
Mario
Alicia Duncan ...
La tía de Blanca
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Héctor Biuchet
Ricardo Canepa
Abel Ferrer
Emilio Losada
Enrique San Miguel
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14 April 1968 (Spain)  »

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Sixties Hispanic pop musical.
16 April 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Odd to find the names of director heavyweights to be Camus and Aristrarain on this Eastmancolor Raphael pop musical, pretty much interchangeable with the fluffy entertainments made with Cliff Richards or Little Tony.

In the soap opera plot, our singer hero searches for his classical pianist brother in Buenos Aires, with the brother eventually revealed playing in the squalid bar. The star is a taste not immediately acquired, particularly when his numbers are pushed so emphatically.

Bright colors and good enough wide screen presentation values make this passable popular entertainment which must have proved agreeable enough for it's intended audience.


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