El Lute (camina o revienta) is a 1968 Spanish biographical film directed by José Luis Borau. The film stars Imanol Arias as El Lute, a Spanish criminal who became a folk hero. The film follows El Lute's life from his childhood in poverty to his years as a fugitive from the law. The film was a critical and commercial success, and it helped to launch Arias's career as a leading actor. The film begins with El Lute as a young boy living in poverty in Madrid. He is forced to work to support his family, and he soon becomes involved in petty crime. As he gets older, he becomes more involved in serious crime, and he eventually becomes a fugitive from the law. El Lute's life as a fugitive is full of danger and excitement. He is constantly on the run from the police, and he must use all of his cunning and skill to stay one step ahead of them. He also becomes involved in a series of relationships with women, and he fathers a child. Eventually, El Lute is captured by the police and sentenced to prison. He spends several years in prison, and during that time he begins to reflect on his life and his crimes. He eventually comes to the conclusion that he must change his ways, and he begins to work towards rehabilitation. El Lute is released from prison, and he starts a new life. He gets a job, he marries, and he has a family. He eventually becomes a successful businessman, and he uses his wealth to help others. El Lute (camina o revienta) is a powerful and moving film that tells the story of a man who overcame great adversity to become a successful and respected member of society. The film is a testament to the human spirit, and it is a reminder that anyone can change their life for the better.

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El Lute (camina o revienta) (1987)

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El Lute (camina o revienta) is a 1968 Spanish biographical film directed by José Luis Borau. The film stars Imanol Arias as El Lute, a Spanish criminal who became a folk hero. The film follows El Lute's life from his childhood in poverty to his years as a fugitive from the law. The film was a critical and commercial success, and it helped to launch Arias's career as a leading actor. The film begins with El Lute as a young boy living in poverty in Madrid. He is forced to work to support his family, and he soon becomes involved in petty crime. As he gets older, he becomes more involved in serious crime, and he eventually becomes a fugitive from the law. El Lute's life as a fugitive is full of danger and excitement. He is constantly on the run from the police, and he must use all of his cunning and skill to stay one step ahead of them. He also becomes involved in a series of relationships with women, and he fathers a child. Eventually, El Lute is captured by the police and sentenced to prison. He spends several years in prison, and during that time he begins to reflect on his life and his crimes. He eventually comes to the conclusion that he must change his ways, and he begins to work towards rehabilitation. El Lute is released from prison, and he starts a new life. He gets a job, he marries, and he has a family. He eventually becomes a successful businessman, and he uses his wealth to help others. El Lute (camina o revienta) is a powerful and moving film that tells the story of a man who overcame great adversity to become a successful and respected member of society. The film is a testament to the human spirit, and it is a reminder that anyone can change their life for the better.

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Cast
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Imanol Arias

Eleuterio Sánchez 'El Lute'
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Victoria Abril

Chelo
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Antonio Valero

Raimundo Medrano
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Carlos Tristancho

Juan José Agudo
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Diana Peñalver

Esperanza
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Margarita Calahorra

La madre de Chelo
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Raúl Fraire

Guardia Civil en tren
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Manuel de Blas

Policía
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Luis Marín

Policía
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Alicia Agut

Señora 1
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José Luis Alexandre

Policía
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Mari Carmen Alvarado

Señora 2
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Román Ariznavarreta

Guardia Civil en foto
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Máximo Astray

Policía
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Luis Barbero

Sacerdote
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Jorge Bosso

Cabo
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Charly Bravo

Guardia Civil a caballo (as Carlos Bravo)
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José Enrique Camacho

Policía (as José Camacho)
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Anastasio Campoy

Policía
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José Canalejas

Carcelero
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Ignacio Carreño

Guardia Civil
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Paco Catalá

Preso (as Francisco Catalá)
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Saturno Cerra

Vigilante de la joyería
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José Cerro

El padre de Chelo
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José Manuel Cervino

Rufino
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Francisco Clement

Guardia Civil
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Antonio Dechent

Tomás 'El Flaco'
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Vicente del Águila

Guardia Civil en foto
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Amador Dobarganes Ruiz

Hombre cantando
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Jesús Enguita

Policía municipal
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Mabel Escaño

Camarera (as María Isabel Escaño Rueda)
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José María Escuer

Padre de 'El Lute'
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Pedro Falla

Vendedor de combustible (as Piero Falla)
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José María Gambín

Guardia Civil a caballo
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José María García

Juez
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Chema Gil

Policía municipal
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Agustín Guevara

Preso
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Rafael Hernández

Guardia Civil en tren
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María Jesús Hoyos

Matrona
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José María Labernié

Ayudante del Ministro
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José Luis Lemos

Sepulturero
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Mery Leyva

Posadera
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Javier Lozano

Carcelero
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Arturo López

Director de penal
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Francisco Maestre

Chato (as Paco Maestre)
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Carlos Marcet

Sargento
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Felipe Martín Puertas

Policía
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Fernando Martín

Preso en tren
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Daniel Medrán

Preso
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Enrique Navarro

Colorao
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Isabel del Palacio

Una gitana
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Ricardo Palacios

Empleador
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Miguel Palenzuela

Policía
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José Ramón Pardo

Fotógrafo
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Raúl Pazos

Encargado del entierro
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Francisco Piquer

Militar
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Santi Pons

Camarero (as Santiago Pons)
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Paco Racionero

Testigo
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Ramón Reparaz

Policía municipal
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Antonio Ross

Barbero
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José María Sacristán

Carcelero (as José Sacristán)
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Manuel Salgueró

Teniente Coronel (as Manuel Salgueró Luque)
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Yelena Samarina

Denunciante
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Óscar San Juan

Conductor de autobús
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José Segura

Amigo de 'El Lute'
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Mario Siles

Sepulturero
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Rubén Tobías

Policía municipal
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Manuel Torremocha

Director de penal
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Alfonso Vallejo

Preso
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Rafael Vaquero

Profesor
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José Vivó

Ministro
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José Yepes

Guardia Civil
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Manuel Zarzo

Policía
Crew
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Vicente Aranda

Director
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Vicente Aranda

Writer
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Joaquim Jordà

Writer
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Eleuterio Sánchez

Writer
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El Lute

(DVD)

9/13/2005

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