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La ciudad no es para mí

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La ciudad no es para mí
Spanish theatrical release poster
Directed byPedro Lazaga
Screenplay by
Based onLa ciudad no es para mí
by Fernando Ángel Lozano
CinematographyJuan Mariné
Music byAntón García Abril
Pedro Masó Producciones Cinematográficas
Distributed byFilmayer S.A.
Release date
  • 14 March 1966 (1966-03-14)
Running time
1h 36min
Budget5 million pesetas
Box office65,645,694 pesetas ($0.9 million)

La ciudad no es para mí (transl.City is not for me) is a 1966 Spanish comedy film directed by Pedro Lazaga and based on the play of the same name by Fernando Lázaro Carreter published under the pen name Fernando Ángel Lozano. It stars Paco Martínez Soria as Agustín Valverde, an old widower peasant from the Aragonese village of Calacierva who decides to go to Madrid to live with his son and daughter-in-law.

With a budget of 5 million pesetas,[1] it was the highest-grossing Spanish film of 1968 with 65,645,694 pesetas.[2]

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  1. ^ Héctor Martín Rodrigo (24 February 2015). "El gran triunfo del humor baturro". aisge (in Spanish).
  2. ^ O'Brien, John J. (September 10, 1969). "Spanish Exhibition B.O. Figures; MGM's 'Zhivago,' Mexico's 'Padrecito' Lead; '68 Gross of $89,123,429". Variety. p. 32.

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