A Song of Lisbon (1933)

M/6 11/07/1933 (PT) MusicComedy 1h 25m
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Vasco is a medical student in Lisbon, supported by his rich aunts, whom he had falsely told he had already graduated. In fact, he devotes himself to a bohemian life, preferring the popular fairs and pretty women, especially Alice, a seamstress from the Castelinhos quarter, which rather upsets her ambitious father, tailor Caetano, who is familiar with Vasco's debts. After failing yet another final exam, he is surprised by his aunts' announcement that they will visit him in Lisbon to see his practice.

  1. José Cottinelli Telmo

    Director, Writer

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  1. Vasco Santana

    Vasco Santana

    Vasco Leitão

  2. Beatriz Costa

    Beatriz Costa

    Alice

  3. António Silva

    Caetano

  4. Teresa Gomes

    Teresa Gomes

    Eugénia

  5. Sofia Santos

    Maria Perpétua

  6. Alfredo Silva

    Sapateiro

  7. Ana María

    Maria da Graça

  8. Manoel de Oliveira

    Manoel de Oliveira

    Carlos

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A Song of Lisbon
A Song of Lisbon

Original Title A Canção de Lisboa

Status Released

Original Language Portuguese

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