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The Sun Comes Out Every Day

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The Sun Comes Out Every Day
SpanishEl sol sale todos los días
Directed byAntonio del Amo
Written byJuan Antonio Cabezas
Jaime García-Herranz
Juan Manuel Vega Picó
Antonio Vich
Antonio del Amo
StarringMarisa de Leza
Enrique Diosdado
Mercedes Monterrey
CinematographyJosé F. Aguayo
Edited byPetra de Nieva
Music byJesús García Leoz
Mario Medina
Production
company
Argos P.C.
Distributed bySuevia Films
Release date
  • 20 January 1958 (1958-01-20)
Running time
92 minutes
CountrySpain
LanguageSpanish

The Sun Comes Out Every Day (Spanish: El sol sale todos los días) is a 1958 Spanish comedy film directed by Antonio del Amo and starring Marisa de Leza, Enrique Diosdado and Mercedes Monterrey.[1]

The film's sets were designed by Enrique Alarcón.

Cast

  • Marisa de Leza as Lina
  • Enrique Diosdado as Diógenes
  • Mercedes Monterrey as Teresa
  • Barta Barri as Pelotti
  • Luis Pérez de León [ca; es] as Sr. Román
  • Francisco Bernal as hospital's doorman
  • Daja-Tarto as Ravi Ramátraka
  • Manuel Aguilera as Guardia civil
  • Aníbal Vela as Alcalde
  • Manuel Guitián as fair worker
  • Ángel Calero
  • Ernesto Lerín
  • Enrique Bendicho
  • Matilde Guarnerio
  • Rodolfo del Campo
  • Guillermo Méndez
  • Miguel Ángel Rodríguez as 'Sparrow'

References

  1. ^ D'Lugo, Marvin (1997). Guide to the Cinema of Spain. Greenwood Publishing. p. 118. ASIN B001F0RL4W. ISBN 0313294747.

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