Overview

Juan and Carmen are a humble married couple from Madrid. She takes care of the housework and he works as an electrician on a movie studio. Their welfare dreams come true when they win a contest sponsored by a brand of soap. This is the choice of the "happy couple": for 24 hours the selected couple receives all kinds of invitations and gifts. But precisely the same day, Juan must solve two serious problems that Carmen does not know.

  1. Juan Antonio Bardem

    Director, Writer

  2. Luis García Berlanga

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Elvira Quintillá

    Elvira Quintillá

    Carmen González Fuentes

  2. Félix Fernández

    Félix Fernández

    Rafa

  3. Fernando Fernán Gómez

    Fernando Fernán Gómez

    Juan Granados Muñoz (as Fernando Fernán-Gómez)

  4. José Luis Ozores

    José Luis Ozores

    Luis

  5. Fernando Aguirre

    Organizador

Full Cast & Crew

That Happy Couple
That Happy Couple

Facts

Original Title Esa pareja feliz

Status Released

Release Information

  • August 31, 1953
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Spanish; Castilian

Runtime 1h 23m

Budget -

Revenue -

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