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A Toast for Manolete

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A Toast for Manolete
Directed byFlorián Rey
Produced byMiguel García Rico
Written byEnrique Llovet
Eduardo Manzanos Brochero
José María Pemán
José Carlos de Luna
Florián Rey
StarringPaquita Rico
Pedro Ortega
Manolo Morán
Manuel Monroy
Music byJosé Muñoz Molleda
CinematographyHeinrich Gärtner
Edited byMagdalena Pulido
Production
company
Hércules Films
Release date
20 December 1948
Running time
88 minutes
CountrySpain
LanguageSpanish

A Toast for Manolete (Spanish:Brindis a Manolete) is a 1948 Spanish drama film directed by Florián Rey and starring Paquita Rico, Pedro Ortega and Manolo Morán. The film is a biopic of the celebrated Spanish bullfighter Manolete, who had been killed the previous year.[1]

Cast

  • Paquita Rico as Dolores
  • Pedro Ortega as Manuel Rodríguez 'Manolete'
  • Manolo Morán as Antonio
  • Ana Adamuz as Doña Rosario
  • Manuel Monroy as Javier del Álamo
  • Eulália del Pino as Soledad
  • José Jaspe as Bronquista en bar
  • Mercedes Castellanos as Mercedes
  • Domingo Rivas as Gabriel
  • Juana Mansó as Remedios
  • Manolo Iglesias as Juan
  • Emilio Ruiz de Córdoba as Médico
  • José Greco as Rafael
  • Rafael Romero as Cantaor
  • Rafael Bardem as Hombre que da mala noticia
  • Trío Escudero as Trío flamenco
  • Fernanda 'La Cordobesita' as Bailaora
  • Porreto
  • Manzanilla
  • Orozco
  • Manolo Badajoz
  • Sevillano
  • Joaquina Martí
  • Luis Maravilla

References

  1. ^ Bentley p.107

Bibliography

  • Bentley, Bernard. A Companion to Spanish Cinema. Boydell & Brewer 2008.

External links


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