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Pepito piscina (1978)

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José Fernández alias 'Pepito Piscina' is a flirt who regularly visits a local swimming-pool just to get off with beautiful tourists...


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Fernando Esteso ...
José Fernández Arriba 'Pepito Piscina'
El conde (as Manuel Gómez Bur)
Mirta Miller ...
Lola, la viuda
Rafael Alonso ...
Susana Estrada ...
Manuel de Blas ...
Piloto rival
Don Jaime de Mora y Aragón ...
El duque (as Jaime de Mora y Aragón)
Julián Navarro ...
Emilio Laguna ...
Inspector de policía
Rafael Hernández ...
Alfonso del Real ...
Antolín, el masajista
Francisco Camoiras ...
Susana Morales
Don Marcelino (as Adriano Dominguez)


José Fernández es un "ligón profesional" que trabaja de vendedor en una tienda de automóviles. Regularmente acude en los flamantes coches de su tienda a una piscina de su localidad donde, aparentando ser una persona adinerada y mediante el uso de su pretendido Sex Appeal, se dedica a ligar con las turistas que allí se encuentren, motivo por el que todos le conocen ya con el sobrenombre de "Pepito Piscina"... Written by Miguel Ángel Díaz González

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Lyrics by Emilio González del Castillo (as E. González del Castillo) and V. Muñoz Alonso
Music by Francisco Alonso (as F. Alonso)
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Typical Spanish comedy of the 70s with tree great comedians : Fernando Esteso , ¨Tip and Coll¨
9 June 2016 | by (Santander Spain) – See all my reviews

José Fernández alias 'Pepito Piscina' (Fernando Esteso) was a villager who was born in a Cáceres village and was subsequently destined to military service in Melilla where he learned his several particular manners . Nowadays , he is a playboy living in Madrid who regularly visits a local swimming-pool just to get off with beautiful tourists . José Fernández is really aficionado to cars , girls , Discoteques and Piscinas or pools . The womanizer Pepito usually flirts with foreign girls . Pepito swindles rich people by selling them rotten cars , as he dupes a wealthy gay man (Manolo Gómez Bur) delivering him an old Mercedes car . Pepito usually takes luxurious cars from an automobile retail owned by Mariano (Rafael Alonso) . But then , a lush car BMV , without plates , of an Ambassador is stolen and problems ensue . Pepito is detained several times and led to a Police Inspector (Emilio Laguna) . Later on , Pepito meets a gorgeous as as well as wealthy widow (Mirta Miller) and both of whom move to Marbella to take part at a rally crossing the famous city and Puerto Banús ; there they meet the Marbelli Jet Set (Jaime De Mora Y Aragón , Helga Liné , Manolo Gómez Bur) .

In this below average Spanish comedy there are colored actors , comical sketches , amusement , humor , nudism and entertainment . Fun and silly comedy about a sympathetic rogue man , being embarrassingly though professionally directed by the prolific Luis Maria Delgado . The film belongs to ¨Landismo sub-genre¨, as it bears remarkable resemblance to Alfredo Landa films , in which , ordinarily , a lascivious as well as botcher typical Spanish man dedicates his all-time to flirts or ¨Ligar¨ beautiful girls . The picture is well starred by Fernando Esteso in his ordinary style . Fernando Esteso played with Andrés Pájares a lot of successful comedies , they are two cool Spanish actors , usually playing a duo of unfortunate , roguish , swindlers as well as bungling people . The movies they played were funny and with many support's actors . The films were in short budget and lackluster but including comedy and lots of fun . Those contained many nude girls , laughs , disconcerting situations , and slapstick , being mostly directed by Mariano Ozores . As they had various years partnership between these box-office two leads , such as ¨Agitese Antes Usarla¨ , ¨Al Este Del Oeste¨, ¨Los Liantes¨, ¨Los Energeticos¨, ¨La Lola Lleva Al Huerto¨ , ¨El Currante¨ , El Hijo Del Cura¨ . This ¨Pepito Piscinas¨ follows similar wake than the precedent pictures . Supporting cast is plenty of familiar faces , such as : Manuel de Blas , Rafael Hernández , Rafael Alonso , Alfonso del Real , Francisco Camoiras , Simón Cabido , Pepe Ruiz , Luis Lorenzo , among others . And of course , Luis Sánchez Polack ¨Tip¨ and José Luis Coll ¨Coll¨ who steal the show in some very fun gags dealing with the functioning a car , among others . Including several ¨Destape¨ or nudist actresses , such as : Mirta Miller , Isabel Luque and the famous nudist of the Spanish Transition , Susana Estrada .

The motion picture was badly directed by Luis Maria Delgado . He was son of filmmaker Fernando Delgado who directed ¨Currito De La Cruz¨ . Luis Delgado's film debut was ¨La Estrella Del Rey¨, though previously directed with Henri Decoin ¨El Deseo Y el Amor¨, with Dulio Coletti ¨Los Italianos Estan Locos¨ and with Fernando Fernán Gómez co-directed ¨Manicomio¨. Luis directed various kiddies films such as ¨Secuestro En La Ciudad¨, ¨Aventuras En Las Islas Cies¨, ¨Hamelin¨ a musical starred Miguel Rios , ¨Chispita Y Sus Gorilas¨ and ¨Loca Por el Circo¨ with Ana Belén . Luis Delgado made multitude of comedies , most of them written by playwright Juán José Alonso Millán , and mostly vehicles for known Farceurs or comedians as ¨Tip and Coll¨ in ¨Garbanza Negra Que En Paz Descanse¨ , Alfredo Landa in ¨Onofre¨ , ¨Guapo Heredero Busca Esposa¨ , ¨Cuando Cuerno Suena¨, ¨Alcalde Y Politica¨ , ¨Profesor Eroticus¨ , ¨Obsesiones De Armando¨, Paco Martínez Soria in ¨La Tia De Carlos¨ and Manolo Escabar in ¨?Donde Estará Mi Niño¿¨ . And he directed ¨Diferente¨ at his best and considered to be a real ¨Cult Movie¨.

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