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The producers of this item must have taken footage they already had about a day in a donkey's life, edited it into a bad story, and then had Marisol read it.
They bookended it with Marisol herself telling a bunch of school kids about it and, if I recall correctly, singing a song or two. Presto, another movie to satisfy Spain's number one star's contract with little of her in it.
I saw this on video as I was unable to catch it in 1964 when the cinema I went to pulled it mid-week due to poor attendance.
Marisol is not the star here, Bienvenido the donkey is. A rare glimpse into the exploitation of her career that Pepa Flores later claimed.
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