The Nail (film)
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Spanish film poster
|Directed by||Rafael Gil|
|Produced by||Alfredo Matas|
|Written by||Rafael Gil
Irene Caba Alba
|Music by||José Quintero|
|Edited by||Juan Serra|
|5 October 1944 Spain
30 June 1949 NYC
Castile, 19th Century. Judge Joaquín Zarco (Rafael Durán) travel in a stagecoach with a beautiful woman, Blanca (Amparo Rivelles). It is Carnavile. They fall in love but she disappears...
Future filmmaker José Antonio Nieves Conde was the director's assistant.
The movie was a great success upon its release.
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