Deus Pátria Autoridade Trailer

Deus Pátria Autoridade Trailer (1976)

21 February 1976 Factual 110 mins

The history of Portugal since the Republican revolution of 1910 to the revolutionary period following the military coup of April 24, 1974, recounted with a marxist perspective, using historic sound and film documents. The title refers to a trilogy of values proclaimed by Salazar, prime minister of Portugal in 1936.

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Álvaro Cunhal

as himself (a politician)

António de Spínola

as himself (an army general)

Mário Soares

as himself (a politician)

Richard Nixon

as himself (a politician)

José Mário Branco

as narrator (voice)

Rui Paulo da Cruz

as narrator (voice)


Rui Simões


International Releases Dates

Portugal 21 February 1976

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