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Las ibéricas F.C. (1971)

The novelty of women's football fills in the stadia with fans of the sport, and of the beautiful legs. The women are more interested in leading their boyfriends to the church then in field ... See full summary »

Director:

Pedro Masó

Writers:

Pedro Masó (screenplay), Antonio Vich (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Rosanna Yanni ... Chelo
Ingrid Garbo Ingrid Garbo ... Luisa
Claudia Gravy ... Menchu
Puri Villa Puri Villa ... Julia
Tina Sáinz ... Loli
Fernando Fernán Gómez ... Federico
Manolo Gómez Bur ... Bernardino (as Manuel Gómez Bur)
Antonio Ferrandis ... Don Gregorio
José Sacristán ... Bonilla, el masajista
Rafael Alonso ... Don Juan, director del Banco
Simón Andreu ... Luís
Máximo Valverde Máximo Valverde ... Moncho
Pedro Osinaga ... Psiquiatra
Francisco Marsó Francisco Marsó ... Enrique
Margot Cottens ... Doña Josefa Moncayo
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The novelty of women's football fills in the stadia with fans of the sport, and of the beautiful legs. The women are more interested in leading their boyfriends to the church then in field tactics, but Ibericas are the champions in the end. Written by Artemis-9

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

7 October 1971 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

As Ibéricas Futebol Clube See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Connections

Referenced in Aída: Chicos vs. chicas (2007) See more »

Soundtracks

Once corazones
Music by Antón García Abril
Lyrics by Miguel Portolés
Performed by Rosalía
Published by Belter Records
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Another example of bad taste.
19 September 2000 | by Mich BucananSee all my reviews

In the Spain ruled by Franco a group of women form a football team, with this plot one can imagine the film, but is worse. For the director, the film was another opportunity to show actress legs and to stress that Spanish women were only for cooking and not very much. Of course this film was played in 'Cine de Barrio'. Please do not watch it! Spain is not like this!


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