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Every Day Is a Holiday (1965)

Cabriola (original title)

Director:

Mel Ferrer

Writers:

Mel Ferrer (screenplay), Mel Ferrer (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Marisol ... Chica rejoneadora
Ángel Peralta Ángel Peralta ... Self
Rafael de Córdoba Rafael de Córdoba ... Bailarín (as Rafael de Córdova)
José Marco Davó ... Miguel
Juan Ramón Torremocha Juan Ramón Torremocha
José Sepúlveda ... Gitano
Jesús Guzmán ... Reventa
Vala Cliffton Vala Cliffton ... Amiga de Ángel Peralta
Francisco Camoiras Francisco Camoiras ... Martín
Luis Barbero Luis Barbero ... Portero Plaza de Toros
Antonio Canal Antonio Canal ... Chico
Joaquín Burgos Joaquín Burgos
Antonio Martínez Antonio Martínez
Valentín Tornos Valentín Tornos ... Tabernero de Marbella
Rafael Alcántara Rafael Alcántara
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She sings, dances and falls in love in a fiesta of exciting music and thrilling spectacle!

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Comedy | Drama | Musical

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Trivia

First Marisol movie which doesn't name the main character Marisol (although Marisol's character's name is never mentioned). See more »

Quotes

Manolo: Where are you going?
Chica: To the bullfights, of course.
Manolo: Take me with you.
Chica: Impossible. I can slip in easily... I'm a woman.
Manolo: I can slip in too... I'm a man.
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Referenced in Artes Gráficas (1967) See more »

Soundtracks

Sevillanas
Composed by Manuel Pareja Obregón and Ángel Peralta
Performed by Marisol
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A great show by the charming Marisol who stands out thanks to her sympathy and professionality
4 November 2019 | by ma-cortesSee all my reviews

Here Marisol is an orphan, and she poses as a boy to live at the bullfighting world. She cares a kid, Pedro Mari Sanchez, and both of whom work for caring an excellent horse called Cabriola with whom she lears to "rejonear". Along the way Marisol falls in love for the popular "rejoneador" Angel Peralta.

Usual producer Manuel J Goyanes again with his discovery, the always likeable prodigy child Marisol, though here she is eighteen years old. The popular Marisol is terrific and playing a peculiar love story with certain homosexual remarks, that's why Marisol disguising as a boy and falling for a male "rejoneador" in similar style to "Mas Bonita que Ninguna" by Luis Cesar Amadori with Rocio Durcal that holds a real likeness. This Cabriola was one of his most successful films thanks to the unforgettable Marisol dancing splendidly with dancer Rafael de Cordoba, and her couple with the great rejoneador Angel Peralta, as well as marvelous songs as Cabriola composed by Augusto Alguero.There stands out the sympathetic Marisol, the Spanish Shirley Temple, she was hired by producer Manuel Goyanes for her film debut : Un rayo de luz by Luis Lucia, following : Ha llegado un angel and Tombola. Fernando Palacios directed her in Marisol rumbo a Rio and George Sherman in La Nueva Cenicienta with Robert Conrad . After that, she played 4 bodas de Marisol and Solos los dos by Luis Lucia. Jaime Armiñan directed her in Carola de dia Carola de noche and Eugenio Martin in La chica del Molino Rojo . And her films as an adult girl directed by J. A. Bardem, La corrupcion de Cris Miller and El poder del deseo. Subsequently, she played for notorious filmmakers as Mario Camus : Los dias del pasado and Carlos Saura : Bodas de sangre. His last movie was Caso cerrado by Caño and the TV series : Mariana Pineda .Here Marisol is well accompanied by a good support cast, such as : José Marco Davo, José Sepulveda, Jesús Guzmán and the little boy Pedro Mari Sanchez.

The motion picture was professionally directed by Mel Ferrer. This known actor and filmmaker directed a few movies : The girl of Limberlost, Vendetta, The secret of fury, The racket and Green Mansions along with his wife Audrey Hepburn. He played some hits as Lili along with Leslie Caron and had an acceptable Italian career as a secondary in Screamers, Nightmare city, AntiChrist, Eaten alive, among others. Rating 6/10. The picture will appeal to Marisol fans.


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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

July 1966 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Every Day Is a Holiday See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Western Electric Sound System)

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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