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The Fisher of Songs

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The Fisher of Songs
Directed byAntonio del Amo
Written by
  • Antonio Guzmán Merino
  • Esteban Madruga
  • Ramón Perelló
  • Antonio del Amo
CinematographyJuan Mariné
Edited byPepita Orduna
Teide P.C.
Distributed byRosa Films
Release date
15 February 1954
Running time
83 minutes

The Fisher of Songs (Spanish: El pescador de coplas) is a 1954 Spanish musical comedy film directed by Antonio del Amo and starring Marujita Díaz, Tony Leblanc and Antonio Molina.[1]

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In the marshes of San Fernando (Cádiz) lives María del Mar (Marujita Díaz) and her spirited brother, between fishing and fishing they dedicate themselves to singing and looking for love.[2]

This was not the first of the many films starring the singer Antonio Molina, who became one of the most sought-after artists of the time, in it he sings, among others, I want to be a matador, María de los Remedios and Mar Blanca are already turning off two stars, Fisherman of couplets, Goodbye to Spain.


  • Marujita Díaz as María del Mar
  • Tony Leblanc as Rafa
  • Antonio Molina as Juan Ramón
  • Manuel Monroy as Miguel
  • Vicente Parra as Pretendiente de María del Mar
  • Manuel Zarzo as Mauriño
  • Luis Moscatelli as Gandul
  • Salvador Soler Marí as Don Javier
  • Luis Pérez de León as Negociante de barcas
  • Aníbal Vela as Don José
  • Manuel Arbó as Almirante
  • José Franco as Director de escena
  • José Prada as Don Paco
  • Laura Valenzuela as Secretaria de Don Javier
  • Manuel Guitián as Supervisor pesca
  • Arturo Marín as Barquero
  • Francisco Bernal as Joaquín
  • Teófilo Palou as Assistante de Don Javier
  • Agustín Rivero
  • Lita Norman
  • Paul Ellis


  1. ^ de España p.9
  2. ^ Aguilar, Carlos (2007). Guía del cine español. Madrid: Cátedra. ISBN 978-84-376-2419-8. OCLC 182851656.


  • de España, Rafael. Directory of Spanish and Portuguese film-makers and films. Greenwood Press, 1994.

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