A Nearly Decent Girl

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A Nearly Decent Girl
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Directed by Ladislao Vajda
Written by
Cinematography Günther Anders
Edited by Antonio Ramírez de Loaysa
Music by Manuel Parada
Distributed by Columbia-Bavaria Film
Release date
10 October 1963
Running time
89 minutes
  • West Germany
  • Spain
Language German

A Nearly Decent Girl (German : Ein fast anständiges Mädchen, Spanish : Una chica casi formal) is a 1963 West German-Spanish comedy film directed by Ladislao Vajda and starring Liselotte Pulver, Alberto de Mendoza and Martin Held. [1]



The secretary of a German factory manager accompanies him on a business trip to Madrid where she falls in love with a local man.

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  1. Bock & Bergfelder p.11