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Father Cigarette (1955 film)

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Father Cigarette
SpanishEl padre Pitillo
Directed byJuan de Orduña
Written by
Produced byJuan de Orduña
Starring
CinematographyJosé F. Aguayo
Edited byAntonio Cánovas
Music byJuan Quintero
Production
companies
Doperfilme
Orduna Films
Distributed byCifesa
Release date
  • 25 February 1955 (1955-02-25)
Running time
92 minutes
CountriesPortugal
Spain
LanguageSpanish

Father Cigarette (Spanish: El padre Pitillo) is a 1955 Spanish-Portuguese comedy film directed by Juan de Orduña and starring Valeriano León, Virgilio Teixeira and Margarita Andrey.[1] It was based on a play by Carlos Arniches, which had previously been turned into a 1946 Chilean film of the same title.

The film's sets were designed by Sigfrido Burmann. It was released by the large Cifesa studio.

Cast

  • Valeriano León [es] as Don Froilán 'Padre Pitillo'
  • Virgilio Teixeira
  • Margarita Andrey as Rosita
  • Aurora Redondo as Camila
  • José Nieto as Don Custodio
  • José Sepúlveda as Aniceto 'El Tenazas'
  • Josefina Serratosa as Doña Dolores
  • Ramón Martori [es] as Don Ramón Ojeda
  • Joan Capri as Alejo
  • Modesto Cid as old man in church
  • Carmen Pallarés as Leandra
  • Carmen Unceta as Emeritus
  • Emma Picó as Lady of the village
  • María Severini as Lady of the village
  • Salvador Garrido
  • Pacita Tomás as ballerina
  • Joaquín Villa as dancer
  • Luis Orduña

References

  1. ^ Bentley, Bernard. A Companion to Spanish Cinema. Boydell & Brewer, 2008. p. 129. ISBN 1855661764.

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