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The Girl from the Red Cabaret (1973)
"La chica del Molino Rojo" (original title)

 -  Musical | Drama  -  July 1976 (USA)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Marisol ...
María Marcos
Renaud Verley ...
Larry Elliot
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Dalton Harvey
Silvia Tortosa ...
Gina
Mirta Miller ...
Rosita
Manuel de Blas ...
Malcolm Higgins
Bárbara Rey ...
Grace
Nene Morales
Norma Kastel ...
Martine
Eduardo Calvo ...
Gerente del Molino Rojo
Sofía Casares ...
Corista
Ketty de la Cámara
Víctor Israel ...
Abogado
Vicente Roca
Lucy Tiller
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There's more to this Cabaret than meets the eye... ear... or heart. (1975 US theatrical release)

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ESP 61,021,303 (Spain)
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Gina: [reading] "How many times and how long..." But do they think that I make love with a chronometer in my hand!?
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Lo tengo
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Also known as WILD GIRL in English.
15 May 2005 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Marisol is a low rent Moulin Rouge girl who is made a proposition to become part of an elaborate revenge scheme aimed at punishing a man who stole Mel Ferrer's wife, a dead ringer for Marisol.

The convoluted plot has Marisol playing a Sarita Montiel brand of femme fatale, revealing her possible desire for such an ongoing career now as a grown woman.

The songs are great. Marisol looks beautiful and Renauld Verley provides a sexual chemistry lacking in her other films.

The stripper element was capitalised on with the English language marketing but don't let this fool you. This is PG material at best and the WILD GIRLS are off screen.


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