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Tommy the Toreador (1959)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Musical | 25 March 1960 (Finland)
Tommy is a happy sailor, travelling the world, singing his favourite songs. When he visits Spain, he gets mistaken for a famous bullfighter. Tommy finishes up in the bull-ring facing a VERY... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Tommy Tomkins
... Amanda
... Cadena
... Paco
... Captain
... Parilla, the Bullfighter
... Inspector Quintero (as Pepe Nieto)
... Lopez
Harold Kasket ... Jose
... Vice-Consul
... Martin
Manolo Blazquez ... Matador
José Valero ... Bullfighting enthusiast
Francis De Wolff ... Hotel Proprietor
... Bootblack
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Tommy is a happy sailor, travelling the world, singing his favourite songs. When he visits Spain, he gets mistaken for a famous bullfighter. Tommy finishes up in the bull-ring facing a VERY angry bull and cheered on by the crowd. What will he do now ? Written by Steve Crook <steve@brainstorm.co.uk>

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Comedy | Musical

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25 March 1960 (Finland)  »

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Tommy som toreador  »

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1.66 : 1
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Roger Delgado dubbed a number of small roles. See more »

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Sierra Blanca
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Music by Hiram Hinton (pseudonym of Roger Barsotti)
Bosworth Music Ltd
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Unfunny comedy with wasted cast.
28 February 2006 | by See all my reviews

It has been a while since I saw this film and remember thinking that this was a wasted cast. Despite the presence of Sid James, Kenneth Williams and Eric Sykes this movie isn't all that funny. Tommy Steele's permanent and inane grin was certainly not an asset to this movie. Either he was a sandwich short of the picnic or he knew that he was getting paid too much for this bad flick. I suspect that it was the latter.

Directed by a name familiar from some of Norman Wisdom's comedies this movie treads uneasily between slap stick and musical without being successful as either. If for nothing else it is worth fans of the Carry Ons watching this just to see Sid James 'singing'. I guess in its day this movie was aimed at the sort of person that 10 years ago would have gone to see Spice World. Despite the desperate attempts to be a cheerful movie this really doesn't do much to lift the spirits.


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