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Los blues de la calle Pop Trailer (1983)

01 January 1983 Adventure 90 mins

An adventure movie directed by Jess Franco.

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Cast

Antonio Mayans

as Felipe Malboro

Lina Romay

as Genara Johnny Walker 'Butterfly'

Trino Trives

as Saúl Winston

José Llamas

as Macho Jim

Agustín García

as Impasible Carter

Jesús Franco

as Sam Chesterfield

Analía Ivars

as Chica Punki

Juana de la Morena

as María Eugenia 'La golfa'

Ricardo Palacios

as Narrator

Crew

Jesús Franco

Jesús Franco Director of Photography

Jesús Franco

Original Music Composer

Fernando García Morcillo

Original Music Composer

International Titles

Aventuras de Felipe Malboro, volumen 8 Trailer

International Releases Dates

Spain 01 January 1983

Production Companies

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