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The Evil Forest

The Evil Forest
Directed by Daniel Mangrané
Carlos Serrano de Osma
Produced by Daniel Mangrané
Written by Daniel Mangrané
Carlos Serrano de Osma
Francisco Naranjo
José Antonio Pérez Torreblanca
Starring Gustavo Rojo
Cinematography Cecilio Paniagua
Editing by Antonio Cánovas
Release date(s)
Running time 95 minutes
Country Spain
Language Spanish

The Evil Forest (Spanish: Parsifal) is a 1951 Spanish drama film directed by Daniel Mangrané. It was entered into the 1952 Cannes Film Festival.[1]

Cast

  • Gustavo Rojo - Parsifal
  • Ludmilla Tchérina - Kundry
  • Félix de Pomés - Klingsor
  • Jesús Varela - The Dwarf
  • Ángel Jordán - Roderico
  • José Luis Hernández - Parsifal - as a young boy
  • Teresa Planell - The Old Woman
  • Alfonso Estela - Anfortas
  • Carlo Tamberlani - Gurnemancio
  • José Bruguera - Titurel
  • Ricardo Fusté - Alisan
  • Nuria Alfonso - Rage
  • Tony Domenech - Gluttony
  • Rosa Monero - Sloth
  • Elena Montevar - Envy
  • Carmen Zaro - Greed
  • Carmen de Lirio - Pride
  • Josefina Ramos - Lust

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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