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The Delinquents (1960 film)

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The Delinquents
Los Golfos, film poster.jpg
Directed byCarlos Saura
Written byMario Camus
Carlos Saura
Daniel Sueiro
Produced byPere Portabella
StarringManuel Zarzo
CinematographyJuan Julio Baena
Edited byPedro del Rey
Music byAntonio Ramírez Ángel
Release date
  • May 1960 (1960-05)
Running time
88 minutes

The Delinquents (Spanish: Los golfos) is a 1960 Spanish drama film directed by Carlos Saura. It was entered into the 1960 Cannes Film Festival.[1]


Julián, Ramón, Juan, el Chato, Paco and Manolo are six young people from the depressed, suburban and shantytown outskirts of Madrid who survive off the product of their assaults, thefts and robberies. Only one of them, Juan, eventually works as a porter in the Legazpi fruit market, and it is him that the others try to help, in solidarity, to make his dream of being a bullfighter come true. Although they manage to collect the money that the intermediary asks for, everything goes wrong. Paco and El Chato are identified by a taxi driver who was the victim of a robbery while selling tickets for his friend's debut; Paco, fleeing from him, hides in a sewer and, at dawn, appears dead in a dunghill. In the afternoon, in the Plaza de Vista Alegre, the bullfight is held with a disastrous result: between boos and whistles, after several failed attempts, Juan manages to kill the bull.


  • Manuel Zarzo as Julián
  • Luis Marín as Ramón
  • Óscar Cruz as Juan
  • Juanjo Losada as El Chato
  • María Mayer as Visi
  • Ramón Rubio as Paco
  • Rafael Vargas as Manolo
  • Carmen Sánchez as Mujer cotilla


  1. ^ "Festival de Cannes: The Delinquents". Retrieved 15 February 2009.

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