Live action, fantasy, Spanish-language

I’ve already asked this on Reddit( and TVTropes(, with no luck. A nice fellow recommended I post it here. More info can be found in the Reddit link.

‘It was a fantasy Spanish film that I suppose was made by the ’50s or ’60s judging by the look and sound. By the time I found it, the movie was half over, so I don’t know what happened before then. The details, or at least what I could remember at the time, are outlined in the Reddit post, but the most prevalent features to me were the shantytown, the angel-like creatures, the oil tycoon whose name was Mr.(Señor) Moby or some variation of it, and the scenes I listed. I especially recall the gag of the citizens paying to have a ‘front row seat’ to the sunset. The film aired on a Spanish channel(if I’m not mistaken, it was a Sony channel), so it wasn’t dubbed or subbed. My knowledge of Spanish at the time was, at best, mediocre, so sorry I wasn’t very exact on here nor Reddit.’

6 thoughts on “Live action, fantasy, Spanish-language

      1. About the ‘front row seats’, it just seems like a coincidence. From what I could barely understand, they paid specifically to watch the sunset. I could be wrong.

    1. I don’t know of a Spanish-language forum, though you could try posting your description here in Spanish.

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