¡Señoras y señores! (1973–1976)

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1975   1974  
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María José Cantudo ...
 Herself - Hostess (24 episodes, 1974-1975)
Ángela Carrasco ...
 Herself (24 episodes, 1974-1975)
Norma Duval ...
 Herself (24 episodes, 1974-1975)
Victoria Vera ...
 Herself - Hostess (20 episodes, 1974-1975)
Fiorella Faltoyano ...
 Herself - Hostess (15 episodes, 1974-1975)
Marisa Abad ...
 Herself (13 episodes, 1974-1975)
Blanca Estrada ...
 Herself - Hostess (12 episodes, 1974)
Marcia Bell ...
 Herself (12 episodes, 1974)
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This show had two directors, José María Quero and Valerio Lazarov, which worked in alternative weeks, one week Lazarov, and the following, Quero. Each director gave his own unique style each week to the show, and also had their own artistic team (ballet and presenters), which resulted in a very different program depending on the director of each week. Quero had a sober, traditional style, while Lazarov had his famous "zoomed", surreal style. See more »

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¡Señoras y señores! review
3 October 2013 | by (France) – See all my reviews

TV series "¡Señoras y Señores!" broadcast in black and white every Saturday night in 1973–1976 on RTVE (Radio Televisión Española). The dancers are then really famous "Ballet Zoom" which included two black members, something "new" and rare in the Spain of those days (one of them, Charlie). Most of the "Ballet Zoom" were not Spanish (Bob Niko, Georgio Aresu...). The series had two directors, José María Quero and Valerio Lazarov, which worked in alternative weeks, one week Lazarov, and the following, Quero. Each director gave his own unique style each week to the show, and also had their own artistic team (ballet and presenters), which resulted in a very different program depending on the director of each week. Quero had a sober, traditional style, while Lazarov had his famous "zoomed", surreal style. The program's director of this episode was the Romanian Valerio Lazarov, who modernised musical programs in Spain.


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