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Ginés García Millán ...
Adolfo Suárez (as Ginés G. Millán)
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Camilo Menéndez Tolosa
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Santiago Vecinos
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Eduardo Fuentes
Jesús Castejón ...
José Aramburu Topete
Tomás del Estal ...
Carlos Lázaro Corthay
Juanma Lara ...
Juan García Carrés
Juan Alberto López ...
Enrique Bobis González
Lluís Marco ...
Jaime Milans del Bosch (as Luis Marco)
Jesús Noguero ...
Rafael Luis Díaz
Joaquín Notario ...
Pedro Mas
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In 1981, the helmets of the Military Police in Spain were similar to the American helmet style M-1, not German WW 2 style. See more »

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Referenced in Edición Especial Coleccionista: Matilda (2011) See more »

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Marching to Victory
Written by Ron Goodwin
©1999 by KPM Music Ltd.
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Better than I expected
18 March 2012 | by (Norway) – See all my reviews

I approached this film (as they say) with some reluctance, perhaps especially by some negative comments I had read about it in the Spanish media. I must say, and this is of course a very personal opinion, that the film deserves a higher score than has been given, clearly not a masterpiece, but the actors are quite good, especially Juan Diego, and the script (which seems to owe much to the book of Javier Cercas, which I have read recently, and this is one reason which I was very happy to watch a new version of this historical event) is quite correct. In short, I recommend it for those who lived coup (and already have 40 springs) and luckily for were born after they shall learn things. There is a miniserie about the king of Spain (Luis Homar is the main actor) in which the 23-F occupies a lot of space, but it's not as interesting as this one.


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