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Bahía de Palma (1962)

Director:

Juan Bosch

Writers:

Juan Bosch (dialogue), José Luis Colina (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Arturo Fernández ... Mario
Elke Sommer ... Olga
Cassen ... Tony
Teresa del Río ... Clara
José María Tasso José María Tasso
Salvador Soler Marí ... Promotor español
Mario Bustos Mario Bustos
Alicia Tomás Alicia Tomás
Pedro Rodríguez de Quevedo Pedro Rodríguez de Quevedo
José María Martín José María Martín
Conchita Núñez Conchita Núñez
Roberto Camardiel
Luis Dávila
Laura Granados Laura Granados
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joaquim Jordà Joaquim Jordà
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Comedy

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

13 November 1964 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

La tigresse See more »

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Este Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Features the first bikini in a Spanish film. See more »

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Misleading bikini
4 January 2009 | by Bernard P E BentleySee all my reviews

Some films like 'Last Tango in Paris' 1972, or in Spain 'La trastienda-Back of the Store' 1975, are only remembered for a landmark detail in the history of cinema restrictions/censorship that has little impact on the story explored on screen. In this case a very brief shot of two blonds in bikinis; the first shown in a Spanish film. The brief (and now demure) scene, nonetheless creates the same "steamy" feeling of desire that was previously captured in Fred Zinnemann's 1953 'From Here to Eternity'. This summer tryst set on the island of Mallorca, with all its tourists, concerns a spoilt and bored heiress (Olga/Elke Sommer), whose only pleasure appears to be humiliating others, and a surly pianist with an uncomfortable past (Mario/Arturo Fernández), who should be playing Chopin rather than provide the ambiance in a open air night club! Note the care taken by Elke Sommer's hair stylist.


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