Uncle Hyacynth (1956)
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Jacinto, a retired bullfighter who lives miserably with his nephew Pepote, receives a letter in which he is informed that, according to an old agreement, he must participate in a mock bullfight that will be celebrated that day in Las Ventas bullring. The letter seems to him a joke in bad taste, since he has not signed any contract; but while Jacinto is picking up cigarette butts around, he checks that his name is on the poster.
Since Pepote lost his parents he lives with his uncle Jacinto, a retired novillero from the bullfighting business. Although they are so poor and must earn they living each day, they are truly fond of each other. While they go around looking for a cent Pepote, a smart and alert child, meets all sorts of people and occupations. One day his uncle is proposed a brief comeback, so they have to earn the money to hire the torero costume he urgently needs.
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