Roberto Carlos em Ritmo de Aventura

Roberto Carlos em ritmo de aventura is a 1968 Brazilian musical comedy film directed by Roberto Farias,[1] with screenplay written by Paulo Mendes Campos. The film is the first of a trilogy directed by Farias featuring the singer Roberto Carlos.[2]

Roberto Carlos em ritmo de aventura
Directed byRoberto Farias
Written byRoberto Farias
Paulo Mendes Campos
StarringRoberto Carlos

José Lewgoy

Reginaldo Faria
Distributed byUnited Artists
Release date
1968
Running time
90 minutes
CountryBrazil
LanguagePortuguese

SynopsisEdit

Singer Roberto Carlos is making a film when he is chased by an international gang who want to kidnap him to the United States and force him to write songs.

SoundtrackEdit

The film soundtrack was released in 1967, a year before the movie. The record was ranked No. 24 in the list of Rolling Stone Brasil 100 Greatest Brazilian Music Records.[3]

Track listingEdit

A sideEdit

  1. "Eu Sou Terrível" (Roberto CarlosErasmo Carlos)
  2. "Como É Grande o Meu Amor por Você" (Roberto Carlos)
  3. "Por Isso Corro Demais" (Roberto Carlos)
  4. "Você Deixou Alguém A Esperar" (Édson Ribeiro)
  5. "De Que Vale Tudo Isso" (Roberto Carlos)
  6. "Folhas De Outono" (Francisco Lara – Jovenil Santos)

B- sideEdit

  1. "Quando" (Roberto Carlos)
  2. "É Tempo De Amar" (Pedro Camargo – José Ari)
  3. "Você Não Serve Pra Mim" (Renato Barros)
  4. "E Por Isso Estou Aqui" (Roberto Carlos)
  5. "O Sósia" (Getúlio Côrtes)
  6. "Só Vou Gostar De Quem Gosta De Mim" (Rossini Pinto)

LineupEdit

  • Roberto Carlos: voice and harmonica
  • Renato Barros (Renato e seus Blue Caps): lead and solo guitar
  • Paulo César Barros (Renato e seus Blue Caps): bass
  • Lafayette: keyboard
  • Tony (Renato e seus Blue Caps): drums

CastEdit

  • Roberto Carlos
  • José Lewgoy
  • Reginaldo Farias
  • Rose Passini
  • David Cardoso
  • Jorge de Oliveira
  • Márcia Gonçalves
  • Jacques Jover
  • Ana Levy
  • Marisa Levy
  • Sérgio Malta
  • Federico Mendes
  • Jannik C. Pagh
  • Elizabeth Pereira
  • Grace L. Silva
  • Leopoldo Volks
  • Guiomar Yukawa

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Plazaola, Luis Trelles (1 January 1989). South American Cinema/ Cine De America Del Sur: Dictionary of Film Makers/ Diccionario De Los Productores De Peliculas. La Editorial, UPR. ISBN 9780847720118.
  2. ^ Rennó, Carlos (9 March 2016). O voo das palavras cantadas (in Portuguese). Dash Arte. ISBN 9788565056519.
  3. ^ "Listas – Os 100 Maiores Discos da Música Brasileira – Roberto Carlos em Ritmo de Aventura – Roberto Carlos (1967, CBS) – Rolling Stone Brasil" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 13 March 2017.

External linksEdit

Roberto Carlos em Ritmo de Aventura at IMDb