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Historia de la frivolidad (1967)

TV Movie  -  Comedy  -  9 February 1967 (Spain)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Irene Gutiérrez Caba ...
La conferenciante
Margot Cottens ...
Ayudante
Rafaela Aparicio ...
Ayudante
Pilar Muñoz ...
Ayudante
Lola Gaos ...
Ayudante
Teresa Gimpera ...
Eva
Luis Morris ...
Adán
Josefina Serratosa ...
Modelo en la Prehistoria 1
Mary Paz Pondal ...
Modelo en la Prehistoria 2
Regine Govin ...
Salome
Enrique Navarro ...
Herodes
Narciso Ibáñez Menta ...
Bárbaro / Barbarian
Antonio Riquelme ...
Revendedor en el Coliseo
Irán Eory ...
Emilio Laguna ...
Pregonero
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Augusto Algueró didn't send the musical score in time to film the musical numbers, so they had to be filmed without music and add it in post-production. See more »

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...And Franco was still alive!
6 May 2000 | by (Madrid, Spain) – See all my reviews

One of the best TVmakers in Spain made this 1 hour video showing how censors have been working along the centuries. It's specially funny because it makes nostalgic and tragic humor, like many of the best comedies ever. As an example there is talked about the only male actors in the 16th century or the dubbing into Spanish from movies where a husband had a lover. It shows how it is supposed to be necessary to hide parts of Art and Communication, but any a-bit-intelligent watcher can see that he (Chicho Ibáñez-serrador) is at any time against censorship. I don't understand how this could be broadcasted, then Franco was still alive!


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