Pero... ¿en qué país vivimos? (1967)

  |  Comedy, Musical


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Two applicants of very different styles attend a television contest about music and songs, he defends traditional and popular Spanish music and she defends modern rhythms.


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30 November 2020 | ma-cortes
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| Sympathetic and fun musical comedy about a special contest with two popular singers , Manolo Escobar and Concha Velasco
Entertaining and fun Spanish comedy , It deals with an advert executive : Alfredo Landa, who proposes his chiefs , Antonio Ferrandis , Jose Maria Caffarel, a peculiar advertisement campaign : a musical contest in national range, in with two famous singers defend their respective drink brands . The pageant reunites two different styles , Barbara : Concha Velasco , a Yeye' idol and a traditional singer , Antonio , King of Copla . A big spectacle to join them during four nights at stage . While a popular votation by the general public to decide who will win the particular duel.

An amusing and funny comedy with two greatest Spanish actors : Alfredo Landa , Concha Velasco and the most popular singer of the 60s and 70s : Manolo Escobar . This was first collaboration between Manolo Escobar and Concha Velasco, they would work along six times , most of them directed by Jose Sáenz de Heredia . Concha Velasco and Manolo Escobar are pretty well , both of whom singing a lot of songs , such as: La Morena de mi Copla, Beatnik, Porque te Quiero, Top Secret, Mujeres y Vino, Zumba Zumbale, A Tu Manera, Yo prefiero hacer calceta, Mirala mirala, Besos y flores, Con nada se puede ser feliz, El Moreno de mi Copla. They are well accompanied by a large plethora of familiar faces, such as : Antonio Ferrandis , Adriano Domínguez, José Maria Caffarel, Rafael Hernández, Goyo Lebrero, Erasmo Pascual, Gracita Morales , Enrique Vivo, Tomás Blanco , Emiliano Redondo, and Joaquin Prat as contest presenter . The motion picture was well produced by Arturo González and Alfredo Fraile who mainly financed Manolo Escobar films . The motion picture was regularly written and professionally directed by Jose' Luis Saenz de Heredia.

This is a joyful and fun Spanish musical comedy with the popular singer Manolo Escobar . Manolo started his in show business between Badalona and Barcelona's El Raval with the group Manolo Escobar and his Guitarras . His brothers accompanied him on stage at the outset of his career . In 1962 he rose to fame with songs by Maestro Solano, debuting successfully in Barcelona and Madrid . Finally , he premiered at the cinema in the film Los Guerrilleros. As he starred several films , usually performing songs , such as : Me has hecho perder el juicio, Entre dos amores, Me debes un muerto , En un lugar de la Manga , Juicio de Faldas, Relaciones casi públicas, El Padre Manolo , Un beso en el Puerto, Mi canción es para ti, La mujer es un buen negocio, Cuando los niños vienen de Marsella , Donde estará mi niño , among others . Manolo Escobar wrote and sang famous songs , such as : Mujeres y vino, La minifalda , Mi carro, Que guapa estas , Soy un hombre de campo, El Porrompompero. And especially his main recording " Y viva España" released in 1973 , sold an estimated 6 million copies . Escobar died of colon cáncer in 2013 at 82. The film will appeal to Alfredo Landa , Manolo Escobar and Concha Velasco fans .

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Comedy | Musical

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11 September 1969

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Spain

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