Uncle Hyacynth

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Uncle Hyacynth
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A poster bearing the film's Spanish release title: Mi tío Jacinto
Directed by Ladislao Vajda
Written byAndrés Laszlo
Ladislao Vajda
Produced by Raoul Ploquin
Starring Pablito Calvo
CinematographyHeinrich Gärtner
Edited byJulio Peña
Release date
  • 31 March 1956 (1956-03-31)
Running time
90 minutes

Uncle Hyacynth (Spanish : Mi tío Jacinto) is a 1956 Spanish drama film directed by Ladislao Vajda. At the 6th Berlin International Film Festival, Pablito Calvo won the Golden Bear (Audience Award) for his interpretation in this film. [1]



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  1. "6th Berlin International Film Festival: Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Retrieved 26 December 2009.