Cabaret

(1953)
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Overview

A news story in the newspapers announces the investigation by the police of a major scam. Precisely, following the steps of the author of that crime, we will know the cabaret where the whole action of this drama will take place. A place where the paths of a multitude of characters cross and where it is possible to find men and women of great humanity.

  1. Eduardo Manzanos Brochero

    Director, Story

  2. Jose Suarez Carreno

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Fernando Rey

    Fernando Rey

    Carlos Jimenez

  2. Nati Mistral

    Carmen

  3. José Bódalo

    José Bódalo

    Luis

  4. María Luz Galicia

    Rocio

  5. Miguel Pastor

    Pedro

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Status Released

Release Information

  • March 22, 1953
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 9m

Budget -

Revenue $225,831.00

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