Three Sparrows and a Bit

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Three Sparrows and a Bit
Directed by Antonio del Amo
Written by Concepción Santamaría
Antonio del Amo
Music by Manuel Parada
Cinematography Santiago Crespo
Production
company
Apolo Films
Distributed by Universal Films Española
Release date
1964
Running time
72 minutes
Country Spain
Language Spanish

Three Sparrows and a Bit (Spanish: Tres gorriones y pico) is a 1964 Spanish film directed by Antonio del Amo. [1]

Antonio del Amo (1911–1991) was a Spanish screenwriter and film director. He enjoyed great commercial success in 1956 with The Little Nightingale starring the child star Joselito. This allowed him to found his own production company Apolo Films, based outside Madrid.

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José Luis López Vázquez Spanish actor

José Luis López Vázquez de la TorreMML was a Spanish actor.

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