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Julian, a middle-aged single doctor, meets his childhood friend Pablo again. The latter is back from Africa and has just married a beautiful young blonde, Elena. Julian falls in love with her and tries to seduce her, but she mockingly pushes him away from her. He then finds that Ana, his nurse, bears a troubling resemblance to Elena. He decides to gradually transform Ana into Elena…

  1. Carlos Saura

    Director, Screenplay, Writer

  2. Angelino Fons

    Writer

  3. Rafael Azcona

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Geraldine Chaplin

    Geraldine Chaplin

    Elena / Ana

  2. José Luis López Vázquez

    José Luis López Vázquez

    Julián

  3. Alfredo Mayo

    Alfredo Mayo

    Pablo

  4. Emiliano Redondo

    Emiliano Redondo

    Arturo

  5. María José Charfole

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Peppermint Frappe
Peppermint Frappe

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Original Title Peppermint Frappé

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 5, 1967
    Theatrical

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Original Language Spanish; Castilian

Runtime 1h 32m

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