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Vestidas y alborotadas (1968)

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Credited cast:
Alberto Vázquez Alberto Vázquez
Pilar Bayona ... (as Pili)
Emilia Bayona Emilia Bayona ... (as Mili)
Carlos Piñar
Óscar Ortiz de Pinedo Óscar Ortiz de Pinedo
Antonio Raxel Antonio Raxel
José Loza José Loza
Adolfo Aguilar Adolfo Aguilar ... (as Adolfo Aguilar Cepeda)
Julián de Meriche Julián de Meriche
Carlos Guarneros Carlos Guarneros ... (as Carlos Guarneros 'Don Cuco')
Manuel Corcuera Manuel Corcuera ... (as José Manuel Corcuera)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Malú Reyes Malú Reyes
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Genres:

Comedy | Musical

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Country:

Mexico | Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

14 March 1968 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Dos gemelas estupendas See more »

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Color (Eastmancolor)
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Diablo con Vestido Azul
Performed by Los Yaki
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Spanish Patty Duke Show with Mexican rockers Los Yaqui
6 May 2004 | by mosoulSee all my reviews

The lovely blond Spanish twins known as Pili y Mili (aka Pilar and Emilia Bayona) and prolific leading man Alberto Vasquez play familiar, but engaging games of 'which twin is which'. The preparations for a stage musical give the well dressed "mod" cast a chance to sing and dance. The girls become unwittingly snared in backstage intrigue that endangers them, although all is kept pretty lightweight. A treat for fans of Mexican 60's rock with Los Yaqui in a club scene doing "Devil with a Blue Dress" in Spanish. Very colorful and not commonly found, this is a treat for seekers of international 60's teen pop culture. If the local Spanish language station in your area plays it, it will probably be at 4:00 AM with many many commercials (PSA's and station promos especially) breaking the insubstantial narrative beyond comprehension.


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