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Don Juan (TV special)

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Don Juan
GenreComedy
Based onDon Juan Tenorio by José Zorrilla
Written by
  • Juan Farias
  • Lola Salvador
Directed byAntonio Mercero
ComposerAdolfo Waitzman [es]
Country of originSpain
Original languageSpanish
Production
CinematographyCecilio Paniagua [es]
Running time30 min.
Production companyTelevisión Española
Release
Original networkPrimera Cadena
Audio formatMonaural
Original releaseJune 1, 1974 (1974-06-01)
External links
Website

Don Juan is a 1974 Spanish comedy television special by Televisión Española, directed by Antonio Mercero, written by Juan Farias and Lola Salvador, with music by Adolfo Waitzman [es].[1] It first aired on 1 June 1974 on Televisión Española's Primera Cadena. It won the Rose d'Or award and a Special Mention from the Press at the 1974 Montreaux Festival.[2] It was also nominated for an International Emmy Award that same year.[3]

Plot

A television director with little experience appears with his entire crew to face the casting for his version of José Zorrilla's Don Juan Tenorio. However, all kinds of mishaps happen throughout the process.

Cast

  • Pedro Osinaga [es] as Don Juan
  • Ágata Lys [es] as Doña Inés
  • Pepe Martín [es] as Don Juan
  • Carmen Maura as Doña Inés
  • Antonio Medina as Don Juan
  • María Garralón [es] as Doña Inés
  • José Vidal as Don Juan
  • Francisco Cecilio [es] as Director
  • Luis Ciges
  • Ketty de la Cámara
  • Andrés Mejuto [es]
  • Emilio Mellado
  • Mari Luz Olier [es]
  • Willy Rubio

Accolades

Year Festival Award Result Ref.
1974 Montreaux Festival Rose d'Or Won [2]
International Emmy Award Nominated [3]

References

  1. ^ González Yuste, J. (23 March 1974). "Antonio Mercero films "Don Juan"". La Vanguardia (in Spanish). p. 47. Retrieved Feb 14, 2021.
  2. ^ a b "Don Juan". ABC (in Spanish). 12 May 1974. p. 78. Retrieved Feb 14, 2021.
  3. ^ a b "TVE's Don Juan nominated for an International Emmy Award". ABC (in Spanish). 18 October 1974. p. 82. Retrieved May 17, 2020.

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