Dragon Rapide (film)

Dragon Rapide is a 1986 Spanish historical drama film directed, written and produced by Jaime Camino, and starring Juan Diego, Vicky Peña and Manuel de Blas.[1] It is composed by Xavier Montsalvatge.[2] It is about the Spanish Civil War.[3]

Dragon Rapide
Directed byJaime Camino
Written by
  • Jaime Camino
  • Román Gubern
Produced byJaime Camino
CinematographyJuan Amorós
Edited byTeresa Alcocer
Music byXavier Montsalvatge
Production
companies
Release date
  • 10 July 1986 (1986-07-10)
Running time
100 min

CastEdit

  • Juan Diego as General Franco
  • Manuel de Blas as General Mola
  • Saturno Cerra as General Kindelan
  • Eduardo MacGregor as General Fanjul
  • Ramón Durán as General Cabanelles
  • Carlos Lucena as General Batet
  • Alberto Fernández de Rosa as General Orgaz
  • Jorge Bosso as Coronel Solans
  • Luis Lasala as General Romerales
  • José María Escuer as Coronel Sáez de Buruaga
  • Antonio Canal as Coronel de Estado Mayor
  • Conrado San Martín as Coronel Monóculo
  • Pedro Díez del Corral as Tte. Coronel Salgado Araujo
  • Francisco Casares as Tte. Coronel Martínez Fuset
  • Teófilo Calle as Tte. Coronel Galarza
  • Damián Velasco as Tte. Coronel Yagüe
  • Antonio Ross as Comandante García González
  • Alfredo Enríquez as Capitán Villalobos
  • Francisco Lahoz as Capitán Guardia Civil
  • Arnau Vilardebó as Capitán Bando
  • José Manuel Martín as Oficial ayudante del General Franco
  • Mauro Rivera as Oficial ayudante del General Franco
  • José Luis González as Oficial ayudante del General Franco
  • Chema Adeva as Oficial ayudante del General Franco
  • Floreal Fernández as Oficial ayudante del General Mola
  • Miguel Malla as Asistente del General Franco
  • Vicky Peña as Carmen Polo de Franco
  • Yolanda as Carmencita Franco
  • Santiago Ramos as Luis Bolín
  • Margarita Lascoiti as Esposa de Luis Bolín
  • Laura García Lorca as Patricia
  • Miguel Molina as Paco
  • Rafael Alonso as Redactor jefe
  • Sergio Raúl as Periodista
  • Amado Gómez as Periodista
  • José Luis Pellicena as José Calvo Sotelo
  • Ángela Rosal as Esposa Calvo Sotelo
  • Remedios Boza as Criada Calvo Sotelo
  • Jarque as Pau Casals
  • Pedro del Río as Juan March
  • José Pedro Carrión as Félix Maiz
  • Michel Proudoot as Piloto Bebb
  • David Hart as Hugh Pollard
  • Roberto Quintana as Marqués del Mérito
  • Julea Mewburn as Dorothy
  • Christina Rosenvinge as Diana
  • Peter Boulter as Olley
  • José Luis Alonso as Pepe
  • José María Labernié as Diplomático
  • Hugo Blanco as Juan de La Cierva
  • Mauro Muñiz as Cuenca
  • Fernando Chinarro as Doctor Gabarda
  • Miguel Palenzuela as Presidente Gobierno
  • Carles Cases as Juan Ignacio Luca de Tena
  • Bernardo de las Heras as Mago
  • Juan Margallo as Marroquí
  • Jesús Fernández as Falangista
  • José Ruiz Lifante as Camarero
  • José María Caffarel as Comisario Policía
  • Georges Dal as Goicoechea
  • Ian Gibson as Jugador de golf
  • Isabel Betancor as Locutora de radio
  • Charly Bravo
  • Carlos Iglesias as Periodista

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Historia de nuestro cine - Dragón rapide (Presentación)". Corporación de Radio y Televisión Española (in Spanish). 13 October 2016. Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Dragon Rapide". ABC (in Spanish). Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  3. ^ Valero Martínez, Tomás. "Dragón Rapide (Jaime Camino, 1986)" (PDF). Cinehistoria (in Spanish). p. 20. Retrieved 15 February 2019.

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