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Don Juan, mi querido fantasma

Author: José María CallejaAntonio MerceroJoaquin OristrellJuan Luis GaliardoMaría BarrancoAll authors
Publisher: Murcia : Grupo Editorial Mundografic [distributor], 1990.
Series: Antologia del cine español, 21.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : SpanishView all editions and formats
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The legendary Don Juan Tenorio comes back to life on All Souls' Day, at midnight, and has 24 hour time to redeem himself. He has been trying to do that for 450 years now, without success. In the meantime a company is rehearsing the play "Don Juan". Don Juan the 'ghost' is mistaken for Don Juan the actor. After a series of farcical situations, the 'ghost' redeems himself and becomes human again, while the 'actor'  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: José María Calleja; Antonio Mercero; Joaquin Oristrell; Juan Luis Galiardo; María Barranco; B.M.G. Film (Firm); Televisión Española.; Productora Andaluza de Programas (Firm); Spain. Ministerio de Cultura.; Grupo Editorial Mundografic (Firm)
OCLC Number: 37556206
Notes: "No. exp. 38.734"--Film; "No. exp. 140"--Container.
Credits: Fotografia, Carlos Suárez ; musica, Bernardo Bonezzi.
Performer(s): Juan Luis Galiardo, María Barranco.
Target Audience: Adult.
Description: 1 videocassette (99 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Series Title: Antologia del cine español, 21.
Responsibility: una producción B.M.G. Films, S.A. en associación con TVE, S.A. y la Productora Andaluza de Programas, Pelicula Subvencionada por el Ministerio de Cultura ; productor ejectivo, José Ma. Calleja ; director, Antonio Mercero ; guión, Joaquin Oristrell y Antonio Mercero.

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The legendary Don Juan Tenorio comes back to life on All Souls' Day, at midnight, and has 24 hour time to redeem himself. He has been trying to do that for 450 years now, without success. In the meantime a company is rehearsing the play "Don Juan". Don Juan the 'ghost' is mistaken for Don Juan the actor. After a series of farcical situations, the 'ghost' redeems himself and becomes human again, while the 'actor' ends up in the tomb.

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