The DDT, the professor Bacterio's dangerous invention has just been stolen by the dictator of Tirania. The Súper wants to recover it but he knows that it should not call Mortadelo and ...
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Wafer factory-owner P. Tinto and his wife Olivia want a child of their own more than anything else in the world. Years of trying, however, have left them with nothing but a pair of ... See full summary »
El Bola, a 12 year old boy a.k.a. "Pellet" is a 12 year old boy raised in a violent and sordid environment. Embarrassed by his family life, he avoids becoming close to classmates. The ... See full summary »
Juan José Ballesta,
Spanish comedy TV show where Joaquín Reyes and his friends let his imagination fly. Absurd humour and hilarious imitations of well known celebrities will try to make you laugh in 30 minutes per show, with a total of 52 episodes.
The DDT, the professor Bacterio's dangerous invention has just been stolen by the dictator of Tirania. The Súper wants to recover it but he knows that it should not call Mortadelo and Filemón, so it sends the case to a boaster detective called Freddy Mazas so that recover the invention, but Freddy is bribed by the dictator Tirano. The mission seems that it will fail although Mortadelo and Filemón investigate the case for their own means.Written by
T.I.A. stands for "Técnicos de Investigación Aeroterráquea", Technicians of Aero-ground Investigation. 'TIA' is spanish for 'aunt', a joke on the U.N.C.L.E. series. See more »
Mortadelo, how will you introduce me? As your fiancée, your lover, your confident...?
His Excellency's son and... maid.
Hi, six-toes! Don't you like the milk of our country?
What do you mean?
As you brought your own cow...
VERY WITTY, DUDE, VERY WITTY!
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German theatrical version was cut prior to submission to the FSK by ca. 19 minutes because the distributor thought they would never get a "Not under 6" rating for the complete version. Ironically, the complete version was later released on DVD with exactly that rating. See more »
Surreal and rough Spanish humor on Ybanez' priceless characters!!!
Just remembering of my childhood when in front at Theatre a lot of children and teenagers used to be trading comics books, Mortadelo Y Filemon was quite famous at 1975, and had a Brazilian's version, now surprise me entirely this funniest Spanish characters to be adapted to screen, their humor is rough and surreal, although it probably won't satisfy everyone, how l did read several comic books in the past, I know what to expect and I really enjoy it, this picture has ups and downs, has many smart gags, others not quite, another point to concern is about an Spanish culture, we must recognized that every country has their peculiar taste, I've been respect it, the fabulous world of the Francisco Ybanes, a true genius!!
First watch: 2013 / How many: 2 / Source: DVD / Rating: 6.5
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