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The Phantom and Dona Juanita

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The Phantom and Dona Juanita
Directed byRafael Gil
Written byJosé María Pemán (novel)
Rafael Gil
StarringAntonio Casal
Mary Delgado
Juan Espantaleón
CinematographyMichel Kelber
Edited byJuan Serra
Music byJuan Quintero
Distributed byCIFESA
Release date
31 March 1945
Running time
73 minutes

The Phantom and Dona Juanita (Spanish:El fantasma y Doña Juanita) is a 1945 Spanish comedy film directed by Rafael Gil and starring Antonio Casal, Mary Delgado and Juan Espantaleón.[1]

The film's sets were designed by Enrique Alarcón.


  • Antonio Casal as Tony / José
  • Mary Delgado as Juanita / Rosita
  • Juan Espantaleón as Pierre Brochard
  • Alberto Romea as Don Laureano
  • Milagros Leal as Ernestina
  • Camino Garrigó as Doña Juanita
  • José Isbert as Don Pancho
  • Juan Domenech as El cura Don Elpidio
  • José Prada as Machuca
  • Joaquín Roa as El alcalde
  • José Jaspe as Amaru
  • Enrique Herreros as El faquir
  • Nicolás D. Perchicot as Sacristán
  • José Ramón Giner as El fotógrafo
  • Julio Infiesta as Gamberro #1
  • Fernando Fresno as El bombero
  • Emilio Santiago as Hombre en público
  • Juana Mansó as Gitana
  • Casimiro Hurtado as Director de pista
  • Angelita Navalón as Rosario
  • Mariana Larrabeiti as Engracia
  • José Calle as Empleado del circo
  • Manuel París as Socio del casino
  • Santiago Rivero as Gamberro #2
  • Julia Pachelo as Mujer de don Sixto Olivares
  • Manuel Requena as El barbero
  • María Cañete as Planchadora
  • Luis Rivera as Gamberro #3


  1. ^ de España p.119


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

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