1975... Días grises para España. Franco agonizaba y el Príncipe, Jefe de Estado en funciones, se encontraba en una posición difícil para afrontar un problema fundamental. Hassan II buscó el... See full summary »
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Fedra Lorente ...
Gloria
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Coronel
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Inma del Moral ...
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Gilbert
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Perales
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Pozas
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Comandante
Luis Pérezagua ...
Pater
Teté Delgado ...
Lupe
Abidine Salam ...
José María Sacristán ...
Sargento Pellejero (as José Sacristán 'Sacris')
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Maria M. Andina ...
Vicetiple 1
Celia Bermejo ...
Vicetiple 2
Ana Burrell ...
Vicetiple 3
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1975... Días grises para España. Franco agonizaba y el Príncipe, Jefe de Estado en funciones, se encontraba en una posición difícil para afrontar un problema fundamental. Hassan II buscó el momento preciso para organizar la verbenesca «marcha verde» que colocaba a nuestro Ejército ante una disyuntiva gravísima. No tenía que enfrentarse con la estrategia y potencia de un Ejército enemigo, sino con el jolgorio de grandes masas que invadirían el territorio con panderetas, risotadas e histeria. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Musical

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26 April 2002 (Spain)  »

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The Green March  »

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Spanish camp without zest
13 January 2006 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

Since I saw La Corte del Faraón, by the same director, I wish I could say La Marcha Verde is at least as funny... but it isn't. This film is quite boring, very silly, even if the idea probably was good -the camp element always present. Of course, as always, there are some funny moments and a couple of old songs very popular in the 50's like "El Beso", and even if the acting is good, there is not enough interesting action or dialogs or story. I mean, if the funniest line is: "¿Have you gone to bed with him? ¡Do'not be vulgar!.... I have'not yet, but I will". Now, you can have an idea of this film. I guess is like when you go to some restaurant and the menu list an apparently attractive dish, with nice ingredients but the result its very disappointing. So, go for La Corte del Faraón instead!


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