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The Wildcat (1936 film)

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The Wildcat
Directed byRosario Pi
Written byManuel Penella (libretto)
Rosario Pi
StarringPablo Hertogs
María del Pilar Lebrón
Víctor Merás
Mapy Cortés
Music byManuel Penella
CinematographyPuig Ferran
Isidoro Goldberger
Production
company
Release date
6 March 1936
Running time
89 minutes
CountrySpain
LanguageSpanish

The Wildcat (Spanish: El gato montés) is a 1936 Spanish musical drama directed by Catalan Rosario Pi and starring Pablo Hertogs, María del Pilar Lebrón, Víctor Merás and Mapy Cortés.[1] It is based on the 1916 Spanish popular opera (also known as zarzuela or Spanish operetta) El gato montés by Manuel Penella. El gato montés is the first film in Spanish sound cinema directed by a woman.

Cast

  • Pablo Hertogs as Juanillo, El Gato Montés
  • María del Pilar Lebrón as Soleá
  • Juan Barajas as Pesuño
  • Honorio Barreto
  • Hermanas Borrull
  • Pepita Boti
  • Enrique Castellón as Juanillo niño
  • Modesto Cid
  • Consuelo Companys as Frasquita
  • Laura Coronado
  • Mapy Cortés as Lolilla
  • Emilia Españo as Tiple
  • Miguel García
  • Eugenia Gracián as Soleá (niña)
  • Francisco Hernández as Padre Antón
  • Antonio Marcet as Caballista
  • Charito Mariscal
  • Víctor Merás as Rafael, El Macareno
  • Anita Morales
  • Fausto Otero
  • Enrique Pascual
  • César Pombo
  • Pedro Ripoll as Niño
  • José Rueda as Hormigón
  • Ina Tomás
  • Joaquín Valle as Caireles

References

  1. ^ Bentley p.127

Bibliography

  • Bentley, Bernard. A Companion to Spanish Cinema. Boydell & Brewer, 2008.
  • Martin-Márquez, Susan. Feminist Discourse and Spanish Cinema: Sight Unseen. Oxford UP, 1999.

External links


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