|Old Spanish Customers|
|Directed by||Lupino Lane|
|Based on||story by Syd Courtenay|
& Lola Harvey
|Produced by||John Maxwell|
|Starring|| Leslie Fuller |
|Cinematography|| Walter Harvey |
|Edited by||E.B. Jarvis|
|Music by||Musical direction:|
|Distributed by||Wardour Films (UK)|
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British couple Bill and Martha (Leslie Fuller and Drusilla Wills) win a trip to Spain and enjoy a series of adventures, with henpecked Bill mistaken for a famous toreador and ending up in a bullfight.
TV Guide noted "A formula plot which delivers predictable results," and gave the film two out of five stars
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