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Cast overview, first billed only:
Víctor Petit ...
Frank Braña ...
El Esquinao
Xabier Elorriaga ...
Padre Ignacio
Marta Flores ...
Familiar de Isabel
Carlos Tristán ...
Veterinario (as Carlos Tristan)
Juan Patiño ...
Inspector Soto
Rebeca Romer ...
Carlos Lucena ...
Linda Lay ...
Víctima de agresión sexual
Eva Lyberten ...
Ana Rottier
Juan Torres ...
Funcionario del reformatorio
Juan Subatella ...
Javier de la Cima ...
Hombre atracado
Antonio Díaz del Castillo ...
Jefe Policía Municipal (as Antonio Diaz del Castillo)


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Action | Crime | Drama





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24 December 1977 (Spain)  »

Also Known As:

Street Warriors  »

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1.66 : 1
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El Torete, a spanish 16 year old streetboy, never went to school, but he learned and lived faster than anybody who did.
3 November 2000 | by See all my reviews

The best. Both this and the sequel are the best movies that have ever been made. They have everything to keep you entertained, combines crude criminal behavior with the tender side of the main characters. It has the flavor of an epic gangster movie, well balanced with a lot of action and stunts,a hint of the Billy the Kid legend taken to modern settings, the plot is really orignial, and most of all, Its crude and realistic, at the same time It's entertaining. Like the 17th century novels that were being made in Spain, it shows the view from those who were less luckier, and revives the picaresque character. Even though the soundtrack seems to be credited to some kind of music collector than a real musician (except for some folk songs that were performed by bands such as Bordon-4), It just kicks butt and makes the movie grow even more. For those of you who don't like gore and cruelty, be warned that It features a very graphic scene of castration. One thing nobody seems to know about this movie is that it was edited in Mexico as "Bestias Juveniles" (along with the sequel) and redubbed maybe so they could make it appear as a mexican movie, and it's still available under that title, and I believe It's uncut as well. The sequel actually features many mexican actors in the main roles (Raul Ramírez as the police officer who hates Angel, and Fernando Almada as the movie director!!!) I have always asked myself If this and the sequel were based upon real characters. Angel Fernandez Franco and the director use their real names and occupations (at least the director) on their characters. They're just cool!!!!!!1

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