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Lawrence Jones y la mesa del Rey Salomón (2009)

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David Díaz ...
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Miguel Castellano ...
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Jesús Acosta ...
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Raquel Hernández ...
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Miguel Ángel Hernández ...
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25 December 2009 (Spain)  »

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Lawrence Jones and the King Salomon's Table  »

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David Díaz is the only cast member not born in the Canary Islands. See more »

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A big little fun adventure!
16 March 2011 | by (Spain, santa cruz de tenerife, canary islands) – See all my reviews

An excellent example of serial Saturday afternoons from late 50's. Despite being a B movie short, natural view and good performances make Lawrence jones and the king,s Solomon's table a very hysterical fun adventure for all audiences, David Diaz makes one of his best performances playing the cousin of the more famous archaeologist. A delicious tribute to classic adventure films and pulp comics. David Hernandez coordinates that short by way of one of his best works in this genre, a great sense of intuition and movement behind the camera, you feel in that year; 1958 looking this comic pulp in bone and flesh. Very wonderfully entertaining!.


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