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Boyfriend in Sight

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Novio a la vista
Boyfriend in Sight
Novio a la vista.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byLuis García Berlanga
Produced byBenito Perojo
Written byJuan Antonio Bardem
José Luis Colina
Luis García Berlanga
Edgar Neville
StarringJosé María Rodero
Antonio Vico (actor, born 1903) [Antonio Vico; Antonio Vico Camarero]
José Luis López Vázquez
Josette Arno
Jorge Vico
Irene Caba Alba
Julia Caba Alba
Music byJuan Quintero
CinematographyMiguel Fernández Mila
Cecilio Paniagua
Sebastián Perera
Edited byPepita Orduna
Distributed byCIFESA
Release date
  • 15 February 1954 (1954-02-15)
Running time
83 minutes
CountrySpain
LanguageSpanish

Novio a la vista, or Boyfriend in Sight, is a 1954 Spanish comedy film directed by Luis García Berlanga. It is based on an idea by Spanish filmmaker Edgar Neville, and produced by Benito Perojo. In 1918 a young Spanish woman is taken to a coastal resort by her parents to find her a suitable husband.[1]

Cast

  • Josette Arno as Loli
  • Jorge Vico as Enrique García Hurtado
  • Julia Caba Alba as Madre de Loli
  • Antonio Riquelme as Antonio Cortina
  • Julia Lajos as Mujer de Pepito
  • Irene Caba Alba as Señora de Cortina
  • Fernando Aguirre as Amorós
  • Alicia Altabella as Mujer misteriosa
  • José Luis López Vázquez as Juanito Renovales
  • Luis Roses as Don Enrique
  • Carlos Díaz de Mendoza
  • Mercedes Muñoz Sampedro as Tía de Loli
  • Luis Pérez de León as Ballester
  • Concha Fernández as Genoveva Peláez
  • Josefina Bejarano as Madre de Genoveva
  • Elisa Méndez as
  • Juanita Ginzo as Hermana de Genoveva Peláez
  • Elena Montserrat
  • María Luisa Arias
  • Concha López Silva
  • José Alburquerque as Catedrático
  • Mateo Guitart as Catedrático
  • Carmen Villa
  • Antonio Truyols
  • Enrique S. Guzmán as Gordo
  • Terele Pávez as Pecas
  • Ana María Caballero
  • Jaime Ibrán
  • Rafael Membiela
  • Mauricio Lapeña
  • María Teresa del Castillo
  • Federico Urquidi
  • María Dolores de la Cámara
  • Fernando Rujas
  • Juan Díez Nicolás
  • Antonio Vico [es] as Don Vicente
  • José María Rodero as Federico Villanueva

References

  1. ^ Bentley p.135

Bibliography

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

External links

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