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The King's Mail

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The King's Mail
Directed byRicardo Gascón
Written by
Produced byJosé Carreras Planas
Starring
CinematographyAldo Giordani 
Edited byJuan Pallejá 
Music byJuan Durán Alemany
Production
company
PECSA Films
Distributed byUniversal Films Española
Release date
19 February 1951
Running time
100 minutes
CountrySpain
LanguageSpanish

The King's Mail (Spanish:Correo del rey) is a 1951 Spanish historical adventure film directed by Ricardo Gascón and starring Cesare Danova, Juana Soler and Isabel de Pomés.[1] It was made at the Orphea Studios in Barcelona.

Cast

  • Cesare Danova as Marcos de Malta
  • Juana Soler as Leonor de Turón
  • Isabel de Pomés as Cecilia de Turón
  • Félix de Pomés as Félix Picardo de Peñafiel
  • Jacinto San Emeterio as Marqués de Posa
  • Robert Le Vigan as Peabody
  • Emilio Sancho as Tomás - marinero
  • Ramón Martori as Sir William Douglas Cleophane
  • Luis Villasiul as Anselmo - mayordomo
  • Pepita Fornés as Doña Constancia de Turón
  • Juan Eulate as Ministro de la Guerra
  • Modesto Cid as Posadero español
  • Francisco Gayán
  • Antonia Manau
  • Josefina Tapias
  • Alfredo Herrero
  • Luis Induni as Teniente Smith
  • Gonzalo Medel as Almirante Nelson
  • Ricardo Martín
  • Eduardo Ordóñez
  • Joaquín Regález
  • Juan Moreno Rigo
  • Camino Delgado
  • Isabel Marigot
  • César Pombo
  • Fortunato García
  • Rafael Calvo as Don Carlos de Turón
  • Antonio Manau

References

  1. ^ Peiró p.302

Bibliography

  • Eva Woods Peiró. White Gypsies: Race and Stardom in Spanish Musical Films. U of Minnesota Press, 2012.

External links

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