Congress in Seville

Congress in Seville (Spanish: Congreso en Sevilla) is a 1955 Spanish musical film directed by Antonio Román and starring Carmen Sevilla, Fernando Fernán Gómez and Manolo Morán.[1]

Congress in Seville
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Theatrical film poster
SpanishCongreso en Sevilla
Directed byAntonio Román
Written by
Produced byLuis Marquina
Starring
CinematographyCecilio Paniagua
Edited byMagdalena Pulido
Music byJuan Quintero
Production
company
Producciones DIA
Distributed byCifesa
Release date
  • 3 September 1955 (1955-09-03)
Running time
85 minutes
CountrySpain
LanguageSpanish

It was shot at CEA Studios in Madrid and on location in Seville. The film's sets were designed by the art director Enrique Alarcón.

PlotEdit

After their business in Seville goes bankrupt, Carmen and Paco emigrate to Stockholm, where, while penniless, one must endure the living before returning to their homeland. While in Sweden, Carmen found a job as a dancer while Paco manages to return to Seville. Meanwhile, the dancer Carmen gets into a fight on her job and is being let go. Having some spare cash, she visits the hospital where she gets a plane ticket from Dr. Petersen, a physician who has been invited to a Medical Congress in Seville. Dressed up as him, she tries to make to Seville, but on the plane and at the airport she meets various congressmen and comedy ensues.

CastEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ de España, Rafael. Directory of Spanish and Portuguese Film-Makers and Films. Greenwood Press, 1994. p. 278. ISBN 0313294593.

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