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Los últimos golpes de 'El Torete' (1980)

El Torete and El Vaquilla are two juvenile delinquents with numerous criminal records that coincide in the robbery of the same bank, deciding to be companions thereafter.

Director:

José Antonio de la Loma (as Jose Antonio de la Loma)

Writer:

José Antonio de la Loma (as Jose Antonio de la Loma)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ángel Fernández Franco Ángel Fernández Franco ... El Torete
Bernard Seray ... El Vaquilla
Berta Cabré Berta Cabré ... Berta (as Berta Singerman)
Isabel Mestres ... Begoña
Fernando Guillén ... Perales
Simón Andreu ... Quique Moreno
Carlos Lucena Carlos Lucena ... Comisario
Ignacio Arquer Ignacio Arquer ... Don Pedro
Isabelino Cáceres Isabelino Cáceres ... Chema
Pepa Palau Pepa Palau ... Doña Genoveva
Josefina Tapias ... Viejecita del banco
Jordi Serrat Jordi Serrat ... Empleado Bca. Catalana
Alfred Lucchetti ... Guarda Urbanización (as Alfredo Luchetti)
Jordi Bofill Jordi Bofill ... Teniente Coronel Guardia Civil
Francisco Jarque Francisco Jarque ... Don Hilario
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El Torete and El Vaquilla are two juvenile delinquents with numerous criminal records that coincide in the robbery of the same bank, deciding to be companions thereafter.

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Connections

Edited from El último viaje (1974) See more »

Soundtracks

Paso de lo que digan
Written by Antonio Sánchez, Antonio Platero, José María Rodríguez and José Luis Porras
Performed by Bordón 4
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All right for relaxing with a beer, a girl, and maybe a couple of laughs
10 November 2002 | by khatcher-2See all my reviews

The adventures of an adolescent earning his living among bank-raids and so on, with a few - more than a few - sledge-hammer subtleties which might be considered humorous by somebody at the same level of wit, or even outright funny for those whose level of wit is even lower.

Nothing to waste too much time or effort over, even less money, but if it turns up and you only want something superficial to keep your mind as little occupied as possible but more or less what could be called entertained, by all means, go ahead and watch it.

Yawn ... Not my kind of humour, I'm afraid, however clever it might be supposed by those who presented it on our local state TV the other day. But then, Spanish ideas of funniness have always been a bit dubious at best, and highly forgettable at worst. This film is somewhere in the middle.


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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

25 September 1980 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

El fin del pandillero - Bestias juveniles III See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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