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Dónde quedó la bolita (1993)

The singing group ''Garibaldi'' go to Ixtapa.

Director:

René Cardona Jr.

Writers:

Fernando Galiana, Luis de Llano (as Luis de Llano Macedo)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Pilar Montenegro ... Pilar (as Garibaldi)
Sergio Mayer Sergio Mayer ... Sergio (as Garibaldi)
Luisa Fernanda Luisa Fernanda ... Luisa Fernanda (as Garibaldi)
Charly Charly ... Charly (as Garibaldi)
Patricia Manterola ... Paty (as Garibaldi)
Javier Ortiz Javier Ortiz ... Javier (as Garibaldi)
Katia de Llanos Katia de Llanos ... Katia (as Garibaldi)
Víctor Noriega Víctor Noriega ... Víctor (as Garibaldi)
Pedro Romo Pedro Romo
Pablo Ferrel Pablo Ferrel
Paco Ibáñez Paco Ibáñez
Sonia Infante Sonia Infante
Maribel Fernández Maribel Fernández ... (as Maribel Fernández 'La Pelangocha')
Felicia Mercado
Guillermo Murray
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The singing group ''Garibaldi'' go to Ixtapa.

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Genres:

Comedy | Music | Musical

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

8 April 1993 (Mexico) See more »

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Referenced in Stranger by Night (1994) See more »

Soundtracks

Banana
Performed by Garibaldi
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A lot of fun & great scenery
19 March 2006 | by nyjava2003See all my reviews

This is a great movie to watch during a New York City winter, especially if you can't afford to travel. Now that I see the date it was made, I realize I must have seen it on Spanish TV here in NYC shortly after it was released. The scenery, a Mexican beach resort, is great. A minimum of plot and a maximum of sun, sand, and waves. If you're straight you get to watch the four pretty Garibaldi ladies spend almost the whole movie in bikinis or other revealing outfits; if you're gay (Yo soy) you get to watch the four very hot Garibaldi men spend almost the whole movie in Speedos, shorts, or open shirts! Just a win-win situation all around. It's kind of silly but a lot of fun and also a great way to brush up on your basic Spanish. I just got the video from the local library & I am enjoying it all over again (in another NYC winter).


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