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Nadie lo sabrá (1953)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Pedro Gutiérrez
... María
... Dolores
... Doña Gertrudis Ramírez
... Jefe de los gánsgters
... Subdirector
... Cartero
... Ángel
... Ramón
... Arturo López, el sastre
José Sepúlveda ... Padre
... Empleado de correos
Francisco Hernández ... Propietario
Julia Delgado Caro ... Madre
Fernando Aguirre


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7 December 1953 (Spain)  »

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Nobody Will Know  »

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Good comedy with Fernando Fernan Gomez.
16 December 2009 | by See all my reviews

"Pedrito Gutierrez" (Fernando Fernán Gómez), is a modest bank employee, man gray and feeble who works as accounting and while performing some overtime in the Bank where he works, discovered some thieves making a robbery. The thieves fired on him and fleeing haggard, leaving a bunch of banknotes in the safe. "Pedrito", bewildered, decides to stay with the money, which will produce all kinds of problems that did not expect.

We have a great comedy starring the master of actors Fernando Fernan Gomez, he makes a good interpretation of the character of "Pedrito". This type of characters was interpreted by Fernan Gomez in many of his films, and always surprised by the naturalness and ease with which struck the registration of these characters. He is accompanied in the film a cast of bit actors worthy of admiration as Angel de Andres, Antonio Riquelme, Xan Das Bolas, Fernando Sancho, Manuel Alexandre, Julia Martínez…

I would highlight between these characters the Julia Caba Alba with an excellent interpretation of the character of the sister in law of "Pedrito" and Juana Mansó with another formidable interpretation as the widow neighbor. I must also stress the agility of the narration of the movie that gives you the "voiceovers" of Fernando Fernandez de Cordoba and a good photography of Michel Cléber excelling in some scenes.

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