La hija de Juan Simón
|La hija de Juan Simon|
|Directed by||José Luis Sáenz de Heredia|
|Produced by||Luis Buñuel|
|Written by||Nemesio M. Sobrevila|
|Starring||Angelillo, Pilar Muñoz and Manuel Arbó|
|Cinematography||José María Beltrán|
|Edited by||Monique Lacombe|
|Release date(s)||16 December 1935|
|Running time||95 minutes|
La hija de Juan Simón (Juan Simón's Daughter) is a musical play by Nemesio M. Sobrevila, which has been made into two Spanish films. It is also the name of the title track, and the song has been recorded by numerous artists such as Leonardo Favio.
The first film, directed by José Luis Sáenz de Heredia, was released in 1935 and starred Angelillo, Pilar Muñoz and Manuel Arbó. Luis Buñuel was the executive producer for Filmófono, and had a small role as an actor. One reviewer from Cine Español opined of the 1935 film, “It is essential to highlight the direction of La hija de Juan Simón as a decisive point in the creation of Spanish cinematic technique”. The film was a major commercial success. The second film was released in 1957, directed by Gonzalo Delgras, with Antonio Molina in the title role.
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- La hija de Juan Simón (1935) at the Internet Movie Database
- La hija de Juan Simón (1957) at the Internet Movie Database
- Angelillo song version on YouTube
- Antonio Molina song version on YouTube
- Leonardo Favio song version on YouTube
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