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Margarita se llama mi amor (1961)

Margarita is a beautiful girl with all her faculty fellows as pretenders, although none of them stole her heart...

Director:

Ramón Fernández

Writers:

Vicente Escrivá (screenplay), Vicente Escrivá (story)
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Cast

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Mercedes Alonso ... Margarita Rodríguez Garcés
Antonio Cifariello ... Eduardo Heredia, profesor de literatura
Manuel Zarzo ... Ignacio García Cruz 'Nacho'
Isana Medel ... Cristy
Ángel del Pozo ... Stefan (as Angel del Pozo)
Jesús Colomer Jesús Colomer ... Desiderio Conesa Ortiz 'Desi'
María Silva ... Alumna que se sienta junto a Nacho
Amparo Baró
Óscar Cortina Óscar Cortina ... (as Oscar Cortina)
Carlos Piñar
Ángel Álvarez ... Manolo, hombre sentado en el baile (as Angel Alvarez)
José Torres
Goyo Lebrero Goyo Lebrero ... Barrendero
Paula Martel ... (as Paula Martell)
Aníbal Vela hijo Aníbal Vela hijo ... (as Aníbal Vela (hijo)
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"Margarita se llama mi amor, Margarita Rodríguez Garcés, una chica, chica chica Boom, del calibre ciento treinta y tres...". Así empieza una conocida canción militar en la que se basa esta historia. Margarita es una bella y explosiva chica que estudia en la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras en algún lugar de Galicia. Para disgusto del resto de las chicas de la clase, todos los chicos desean salir con ella, hasta el punto de conocérsele como "la novia de la Facultad". No obstante, quien realmente le roba el corazón a Margarita es otra persona... Written by Miguel Ángel Díaz González

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Genres:

Comedy | Romance

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

31 August 1961 (Spain) See more »

Filming Locations:

Madrid, Spain See more »

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Margarita
By Julio Salgado Alegre
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charming and witty, love this movie!
17 March 2007 | by PatriceLeGraisseuxSee all my reviews

yes it's based on a military march, so what? they made it funny. Margarita is awesome, wish there were more girls like her today! great charismatic bunch of actors and a funny story line with clever dialogs. terrible, terrible Italian actor playing the teacher though, hate him, but his dead so I wont get crazy with him. truth is, every student should at one point see this movie, and every Spaniard should be able to quote margarita once in a while! 'stop! this man is for me!'

OK, so I need to write at least 10 lines of test for this to be shown in here so I'll mention what IMO is the best scene in the movie when Margarita and a bunch of other guys they go out one night and end up in the same bar as the teacher, who is also hanging out with an American teacher who's visiting Madrid. margarita get's really drunk and ends up singing on stage, this is genius, I think I might just go see the movie this minute. love this, totally, great great film! how fun


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