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(story) (as Laslo Vadnay), (teleplay) (as Laslo Vadnay)
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John Nesbitt ...
Himself - Host
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Felix
Maurice Marsac ...
Tall Postman
Maurice Manson ...
Priest
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Waiter
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Blonde
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Senora Valdes (as Betina Brunetti)
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Ramon Percedes, Postmast
Alex Montoya ...
Heckler
Frank J. Scannell ...
Driver (as Frank Scannell)
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17 June 1956 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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The postman always runs twice

Amusing episode which takes place in Cuba where a petty postman intends to run for the Olympics to represent his country. It would certainly have never been made a couple of years later, or let's say after 1960. You know why, of course...So, it's somewhere a gem. The adventures of the poor and so kind Felix are a pretty agreeable. Amusing comedy story that may seem naive but entertaining enough to spend thirty minutes. I would have imagined Arthur Hiller as the director, or Charlie Chaplin playing the lead character. Good stuff. Perfect time waster for the whole family. I don't know if this story is inspired by actual events but it's plenty good. Bittersweet in the mouth for the end.


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