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¡Señoras y señores! 

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1   Unknown  
1975   1974  
2 nominations. See more awards »

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Series cast summary:
Ángela Carrasco Ángela Carrasco ...  Herself / ... 27 episodes, 1974-1975
Norma Duval Norma Duval ...  Herself / ... 25 episodes, 1974-1975
María José Cantudo ...  Herself - Hostess / ... 24 episodes, 1974-1975
Victoria Vera ...  Herself - Hostess / ... 22 episodes, 1974-1975
Fiorella Faltoyano ...  Herself - Hostess / ... 19 episodes, 1974-1975
Marisa Abad Marisa Abad ...  Herself 12 episodes, 1974-1975
Blanca Estrada Blanca Estrada ...  Herself - Hostess 13 episodes, 1974-1975
Marcia Bell Marcia Bell ...  Herself 11 episodes, 1974
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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

4 May 1974 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Señoras y señores See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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When Lazarov's version switched to color, the intro sequence and song were updated. A new version of the song was performed by a chorus and the Ballet Zoom were joined on-screen during the credits by several top Spanish music and comedy stars of the time who lip-synced to the new intro song. These stars were, in order of appearance: Mary Carmen with Doña Rogelia, Lola Flores, Tony Leblanc, Dolores Vargas, Fernando Esteso, Andrés Pajares, Marujita Díaz, Micky and Basilio. See more »

Soundtracks

Rastro de canciones
composed by Augusto Algueró
performed by Ángela Carrasco, Norma Duval and Carmen Platero
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¡Señoras y señores! review
3 October 2013 | by musicreelsSee all my reviews

TV series "¡Señoras y Señores!" broadcast in black and white every Saturday night in 1973–1976 on RTVE (Radio Televisión Española). The dancers are then really famous "Ballet Zoom" which included two black members, something "new" and rare in the Spain of those days (one of them, Charlie). Most of the "Ballet Zoom" were not Spanish (Bob Niko, Georgio Aresu...). The series had two directors, José María Quero and Valerio Lazarov, which worked in alternative weeks, one week Lazarov, and the following, Quero. Each director gave his own unique style each week to the show, and also had their own artistic team (ballet and presenters), which resulted in a very different program depending on the director of each week. Quero had a sober, traditional style, while Lazarov had his famous "zoomed", surreal style. The program's director of this episode was the Romanian Valerio Lazarov, who modernised musical programs in Spain.


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