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Los últimos de Filipinas (1945)

During the time of the Spanish-American War, the commandant of a Spanish detachment in Baler, in the Philippines, realizes that the native people of his district are planning an ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Armando Calvo ... Teniente Martín Cerezo
José Nieto ... Capitán Enrique de las Morenas
Guillermo Marín ... Doctor Rogelio Vigil
Fernando Rey ... Juan Chamizo
Carlos Muñoz ... Santamaría
Nani Fernández ... Tala
Manuel Kayser Manuel Kayser ... Fray Cándido
Juan Calvo ... Cabo Olivares
José Miguel Rupert José Miguel Rupert ... Moisés
Manuel Arbó ... Gómez Ortiz
César Guzmán César Guzmán ... Jesús García Quijano
Adriano Domínguez ... Pineda
Alfonso de Horna Alfonso de Horna ... Marquiado
Pablo Álvarez Rubio Pablo Álvarez Rubio ... Herrero, el desertor
Tony Leblanc ... Soldado


During the time of the Spanish-American War, the commandant of a Spanish detachment in Baler, in the Philippines, realizes that the native people of his district are planning an insurrection. He orders his troops to entrench in the village church. During their stay, which is prolonged for nearly a year, there are several incidents which show the tenacity and heroism of the Spanish. Written by Geoffrey Skinner <gskinner@stanford.edu>

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Spanish | Bable | English

Release Date:

29 January 1947 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Os Últimos de Filipinas See more »

Filming Locations:

Estudios CEA, Madrid, Spain

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1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


One of three films sponsored by Francisco Franco in order to make forget the Spanish liaison with Germany during WWII. The others were Aquellas palabras (1949) and Noche sin cielo (1947). See more »


Featured in Canciones de nuestra vida (1975) See more »


Yo te diré
Music by Jorge Halpern
Lyrics by Enrique Llovet
Performed by Nani Fernández
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The Last Ones in the Philipines.
27 February 2009 | by islandsharpSee all my reviews

A quite decent war movie that portrays the twilight of the Spanish Empire, which after 400 comes to an end with defeats in Cuba, Puerto Rico, Philipines, Guam, Palau, Marianas at the hands of this new emerging power called United States of America.

Shot on a decent budget given the circumstances of the time(Postwar Spain, international economic blockade...), brings us once again the contrast between the barefoot Spanish soldier, who goes far beyond his duty and politicians in the mother land who abandon him to his own luck as is a constant in recent Spanish History.

At the end of the movie the concept of honorable defeat is highlighted, showing as they depart from their quarters, how the rebels allow the Spaniards to keep their Flag and arms.

The cast includes some domestic and internationally renown names like Fernando Rey(French connection, Don Quixote...), Manolo Morán, Tony Leblanc, etc...

I recommend this film for its uniqueness in showing a time long ago forgotten; a rare piece of Spanish-Asian History.

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