Haz la loca... no la guerra Trailer

Haz la loca... no la guerra Trailer (1976)

01 January 1976 99 mins

Lola Reyes is a singer who is succeeding and, therefore, is besieged by everyone. A group of homosexuals are the only ones authorized by his possessive mother to be her friends. Lola falls for a painter, and he falls for her, so her gay gang make him pose as one of them for the mother to authorize the friendship.

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Cast

Lolita Flores

as Lola Reyes (as Lolita)

Máximo Valverde

as Luis González

Florinda Chico

as Doña Lola

Antonio Ozores

as La Sorda

Alfonso del Real

as Correcaminos

Tony Isbert

as Francis

Pepe Ruiz

as Dani Bolívar

Laly Soldevila

as Madre superiora

Heinrich Starhemberg

as Don Enrique (as Henry Gregor)

Erika Wallner

as Duquesa de Pinilla (as Erika Walner)

Paco España

as Coliflor

Paloma Cela

as Ágata

Simón Cabido

as Florindo

International Releases Dates

Spain 01 January 1976

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