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Queen of the Tabarin Club

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Queen of the Tabarin Club
Directed byJesús Franco
Written by
Produced byMarius Lesoeur
Sergio Newman[1]
Starring
CinematographyAntonio Macasoli
Edited byAlfonso Santacana
Charles Nobel[1]
Music by
  • José Pagán
  • Ángel Pagán
  • Antonio Ramírez Ángel
Production
companies
Hispamer Films
CIFESA
Eurocine [1]
Distributed byCIFESA
Eurocine [1]
Release date
  • 14 November 1960 (1960-11-14)
Running time
100 minutes[1]
Countries
  • France
  • Spain
LanguageSpanish

Queen of the Tabarin Club (Spanish: La reina del Tabarín / Queen of the Tabarin) is a 1960 French-Spanish comedy film directed by Jesús Franco and starring Mikaela, Yves Massard and Dora Doll.[2] It follows the adventures of a troupe of travelling musicians in the 1910s. It was released in France as Mariquita, La Belle de Tabarin.[1]

Soledad Miranda had a very small uncredited role in this film, the first time she appeared in a Franco film. She would later go on to star in 6 of Franco's thrillers in 1970, before her death in a tragic automobile accident. This was the first time Franco worked for producer Marius Lesouer as well, who would go on to produce many of Franco's later films, including his 1961 opus The Awful Dr. Orloff.[3]

Partial cast

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f Thrower, Stephen (2015). Murderous Passions: The Delirious Cinema of Jesús Franco. Strange Attractor Press. p. 55. ISBN 978-1-907222-31-3.
  2. ^ De España p. 98
  3. ^ Thrower, Stephen; Grainger, Julian (2015). Murderous Passions: The Delirious Cinema of Jesús Franco. London: Strange Attractor Press. ISBN 978-1-907222-31-3.

Bibliography

  • De España, Rafael (1994). Directory of Spanish and Portuguese Film-Makers and Films. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. ISBN 978-0-313-29459-4.

External links


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