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Carola de día, Carola de noche (1969)

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Carola is a princess in a land far far away that had to run away after revolution in her country. She goes to Spain and has to disguise herself to save her life, because the revolution wants her to die. But Carola doesn't like to be imprisoned and secretly goes out by night to find out how spaniards live. What she didn't expect, was that she would fall in love with a man she meets in a restaurant, a man who works in a cabaret where she decides to start working as a singer because money is running out. Written by Anonymous

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29 July 1969 (Spain)  »

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Carola de Dia, Carola de Noite  »

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ESP 21,753,109 (Spain)

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This movie was being shot in a studio next to the one where The House That Screamed (1969) was being filmed, and this led to the director of that movie, Narciso Ibáñez Serrador, to do a cameo on this film. See more »


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Roman Holiday in Madrid
15 May 2005 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Marisol plays an Eastern European princess by day and rock n' roll babe by night. Mind you the kind of rock n' roll babe who plays in a club where the audience actually stops and listens to her brand of flesh and feather pop music.

This movie gives Marisol the opportunity for endless costume changes and varying wigs along with multiple boyfriends. It also serves as a satire of the eastern European monarchy film from a left wing source. It has a great sense of slapstick, continuity problems possibly stemming from shoddy editing.

Sloppy and fun with some great songs.

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