The Rocket from Calabuch
Spanish film poster
|Directed by||Luis García Berlanga|
|Written by||Leonardo Martín
Luis García Berlanga
|Music by||Guido Guerrini|
|Edited by||Pepita Orduña|
Calabuch (US title: The Rocket From Calabuch) is a 1956 comedy film directed by Luis García Berlanga.
Calabuch is a little village in the coast of Spain. There arrives Dr. George Hamilton (Edmund Gwenn), a scientist expert in rockets who is tired of his job.
This Spanish-Italian co-production was filmed in Peniscola, Castellón (province), and features an international cast led by British-American actor Edmund Gwenn in his last film role, and Italians Valentina Cortese and Franco Fabrizi. Berlanga won the OCIC Award at the Venice Film Festival.
- Cartel, ficha y sinopsis en Aula Matemática.com http://www.aulamatematica.com/mathsmovies/Calabuch.htm
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