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Martes y trece, ni te cases ni te embarques (1982)

| Comedy

Director:

Javier Aguirre

Writers:

Luis Castro (screenplay), Alberto S. Insúa (screenplay) (as Alberto Insúa) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Josema Yuste Josema Yuste ... Chema (as Martes y Trece)
Millán Salcedo Millán Salcedo ... Millán (as Martes y Trece)
Fernando Conde Fernando Conde ... Fernando (as Martes y Trece)
Amparo Soler Leal ... Marquesa
Agustín González ... Venancio
Fina Torres Fina Torres ... Igoria
Alejandro de Enciso Alejandro de Enciso ... Sansón (as Alejandro Enciso)
Alfonso Nadal Alfonso Nadal ... Rodolfo
Mauro Rivera Mauro Rivera ... Fermín (as Mauro Ribera)
Luis Barbero Luis Barbero ... Padre Vázquez
Beatriz Carvajal Beatriz Carvajal ... Virginia
Lola Bayo Lola Bayo ... Novia
Charo Palacio Charo Palacio ... Mamá
Juan Diego Botto ... Niño
Pedro Javier Sánchez Pedro Javier Sánchez ... Tonto
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Comedy

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Filming Locations:

Madrid, Spain

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Bermúdez de Castro See more »
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El hospiciano
Written by Alberto S. Insúa (as Alberto Insúa) and Félix Lapardi (as F. Lapardi)
Performed by Martes y Trece
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Dated but still funny
28 February 2007 | by jograntSee all my reviews

Martes y Trece was Spain's first great comedy team. Many might say it was the last one as well since the only other team to come close since is Cruz y Raya. This is their first feature film, and was done when they were still three members. Later Josema and Millán would continue to improve on the quality of their comedy, getting better and better with time. This film contains a lot of gags that are dated or perhaps less politically correct than today's standard, and the pace is a bit slow for a modern audience. The plays on words that were later typical fair for Martes y Trece aren't really present here, although they do make very good use of colloquial expressions. If you are a comedy fan, if you get a kick out of movies like Deuce Bigelow or Envy then this is well worth watching.


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