|Directed by||José María Elorrieta|
|Distributed by||Cire Films|
Today's Melodies (Spanish: Melodías de hoy) is a 1960 Spanish musical film directed by José María Elorrieta.
José Luis Gil Sanz is a Spanish actor.
Going South Shopping is a 1989 Spanish comedy film directed by Fernando Colomo based on the play Bajarse al moro José Luis Alonso de Santos. It Verónica Forqué alongside Antonio Banderas, Juan Echanove, and Aitana Sánchez-Gijón.
The 1st Goya Awards were presented at the Teatro Lope de Vega, Madrid on 17 March 1987, and was presented by Fernando Rey.
Cuatro en la frontera is a 1958 Spanish film directed by Antonio Santillán. Written by Joaquín Algars and Nené Cascallar, it stars Claudine Dupuis, Danielle Godet, and Estanis González.
Cabaret is a 1953 Spanish musical film directed by Eduardo Manzanos Brochero and starring Fernando Rey, Nati Mistral and José Bódalo.
Devil's Roundup is a 1952 Spanish drama film directed by Antonio del Amo, Enrique Gómez, Edgar Neville, José Antonio Nieves Conde and Arturo Ruiz Castillo.
The Marriage Revolution is a 1974 Spanish comedy film directed by José Antonio Nieves Conde and starring Analía Gadé, José Luis López Vázquez and Ismael Merlo.
Blood in the Bullring is a 1969 Spanish drama film directed by Rafael Gil and starring Alberto Closas, Ángel Teruel and Francisco Rabal.
Pedrito de Andía's New Life is a 1965 Spanish film directed by Rafael Gil and starring Joselito, Karin Mossberg and Carmen Bernardos.
Miracle of the White Suit is a 1956 Italian-Spanish drama film directed by Rafael Gil and starring Miguel Gil, Miguel Ángel Rodríguez and Julia Martínez.
The Legion Like Women is a 1976 Spanish comedy film directed by Rafael Gil and starring Manolo Codeso, Luis Varela and Francisco Cecilio. It is set during the Spanish Civil War.
The Autonomines is a 1984 Spanish comedy film directed by Rafael Gil and starring Alfredo Landa, María Casanova, and Manolo Codeso. The film parodies the Autonomous communities of Spain which had been created by the 1978 Constitution.
From Madrid to Heaven is a 1952 Spanish musical comedy film directed by Rafael Gil and starring María de los Ángeles Morales, Gustavo Rojo and Manolo Morán. It is set in early 20th-century Madrid. The film's sets were designed by the art director Enrique Alarcón.
Saturday Night is a 1950 Spanish drama film directed by Rafael Gil and starring María Félix, Rafael Durán and José María Seoane. It is a film adaptation of the 1918 play of the same name, Saturday Night: A Novel For The Stage In Five Tableaux by playwright Jacinto Benavente. The film's sets were designed by Enrique Alarcón.
The Two Rivals is a 1960 Italian-Spanish film directed by Carlos Arévalo and Siro Marcellini and starring Luciano Tajoli, Rita Giannuzzi and Nunzio Gallo.
Goodbye, Ninon is a 1960 Spanish film directed by José Luis Madrid.
The Gold Suit is a 1960 Spanish film directed by Julio Coll.
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Dick Turpin is a 1974 Spanish historical adventure film directed by Fernando Merino and starring Cihangir Ghaffari, Inés Morales and Sancho Gracia. It is based on the life of the legendary English highwayman Dick Turpin.