Cursed Mountain (1954)

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A small Spanish town is divided between the upper and lower parts. The poor and the less-poor parts of the pueblo. In the 'upper' part, all the women are barren. Juan from the 'lower' part ... See full synopsis »


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14 December 2006 | guillvi
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| mr. cano (el japone)
Mr. Cano's performance was brilliant !! I've never seen anything like that in thousands of films !! Definitively , movies world is in debt with such a superb actor born in Mojacar City. Another Mr. Cano' s movie was EL BESO DE JUDAS (Judas Kiss) , his first and impressive appearance. Young Mr. Cano studied at Almeria's Actor's Studio with several very well known stars who played a lot of spaghetti westerns with Sergio Leone. Once he finished his absolutely amazing career in Spanish pictures , he ran a luxurious restaurant in Martorell Town , very famous for its desserts , as for instance the fruits salad called "BACILONIA" .

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