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Jos Sacristn .... Iker (as Jose Sacristan)
Angela Molina .... Amaiur (as Angela Molina)
ŷά¡Eusebio Poncela .... Txabi
Saverio Marconi .... Luque
Georges Staquet .... El Albanil
Nicole Garcia .... Karmele
Fodor Atkine .... Jos Mara Uriarte (alias Yoseba) (as Fe Estanis Gonzlez ....
Agapito Romo .... Carrero Blanco
Jos Manuel Cervino .... Lechero
Jos Luis Prez ....
Luis Politti .... Profesor (as Luis Politi)
Agustn Navarro ....
Fernando Chinarro .... Cirujano
Ral Lobo .... (as Raul Lobo)
ȡ Ana Torrent .... Nina vasca
Luis Carrero Blanco .... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Francisco Franco .... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

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As 1973 winds down, Franco is still governing Spain with an iron hand. Opposition parties are forbidden; labor movements are repressed; and Basque nationalists are mercilessly hunted down. The caudillo is aging, though, and the continuity of the rgime is in question. One man has the trust of Franco, enough authority and experience to assume the leadership, and an impeccable track record as to dealing with enemies of the State: admiral Carrero Blanco. For the embattled clandestine Basque organization ETA, Carrero Blanco must be brought down. Daring plans are made, requiring a meticulous execution... (IMDB)
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User Reviews This film is based on real life events that took place during 70's under Francos fascist regime in Spain. Just like Gillo Pontecorvos previous film La battaglia di Algeri/The Battle of Algiers (1966) this film has very realistic, semi documentary feel, look about this depiction of terrorism acted out by group of members in the basque terrorist network ETA.Even though Gillo Pontecorvo was a marxist this film does not only portray the fascist dictatorship but also contains subtle criticism against ETA and its struggle.While being a very low key film, it packs very emotional, punch without becoming too obvious.So viewers that liked O Que E Isso, Companheiro?/Four Days in September (1997), L'arme des ombres/ Army of Shadows(1969), Popil i diament/Ashes and Diamonds (1958), Kanal/Canal (1957)etc should definitely check this film out. (IMDB)
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Ogro Operacin Ogro is a 1979 Spanish and Italian drama film written and directed by Gillo Pontecorvo. The film is based on true events, following the eponymous book by Julen Agirre (pseudonym of Eva Forest). The film won the David di Donatello (an annual Italian motion picture award) for Best Film. All the actors, a mix of Spaniards and Italians, spoke Spanish in the dubbed version released in Spain, and in Italian in the dubbed Italian version.
History Operacin Ogro ("Operation Ogre") was the name given by ETA to the assassination of Luis Carrero Blanco, the then Prime Minister of Spain in 1973 and the successor of Francisco Franco, the then Spanish dictator. This attack was carried out on 20 December 1973. An ETA commando group using the code name Txikia (after the nom de guerre of ETA activist Eustakio Mendizabal killed by the Guardia Civil in April 1973) rented a basement flat at Calle Claudio Coello 104, Madrid on the route over which Carrero Blanco used to go to Mass at San Francisco de Borja church. Over five months, this group dug a tunnel under the street - telling the landlord that they were student sculptors to disguise their real purpose. The tunnel was packed with 80 kg of explosives that had been stolen from a Government depot. On 20 December 1973, a 3-man ETA commando group disguised as electricians detonated the explosives by command wire as Carrero Blanco's Dodge Dart passed. The explosion sent Carrero Blanco and his car 20 metres into the air and over a five-storey building. The car crashed down to the ground on the opposite side of a Jesuit college, landing on the second-floor balcony. Carrero Blanco survived the blast but died shortly afterwards. His bodyguard and driver were killed instantly. The "electricians" shouted to stunned passers-by that there had been a gas explosion, and subsequently escaped in the confusion.(WIKI)
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Don Luis Carrero Blanco, 1st Duke of Carrero Blanco, Grandee of Spain (4 March 1904 C 20 December 1973) was a Spanish admiral and long-time confidant of dictator Francisco Franco. He was assassinated by members of the group ETA.

Biography Luis Carrero Blanco entered the Escuela Naval Militar, the Spanish naval academy, in 1918 and participated in the Rif War of 1924C1926.....In July 1936, when the Spanish Civil War erupted, Carrero Blanco found himself behind the coalescing Republican line. Taking refuge in the embassy of Mexico and later that of France, he was able to sneak across the front and reach the Nationalist side in June 1937. Carrero Blanco then served in the Nationalist navy. After the Nationalist victory and subsequent installation of Generalsimo Francisco Franco as military dictator (Caudillo) of Spain, Carrero Blanco became one of his closest collaborators as well as chief of naval operations. .......... Carrero Blanco became a minister in Franco's regime in 1957....Carrero Blanco was made vice-admiral (1963) and admiral in 1966; he held the post of vice-president of the state council from 1967 to 1973....His political career reached its zenith on 8 June 1973 upon being named the Prime Minister of Spain and made a top deputy to Franco. It seemed as though it was only a matter of time before he would succeed the ailing dictator.

Assassination
Main article: Operacin Ogro

Within about six months of being named prime minister, Carrero Blanco was assassinated on 20 December 1973 in Madrid by four Basque members of ETA, who carried out a bombing while he returned from Mass in a Dodge 3700.

In a collective interview justifying the attack, the ETA bombers said:

"The execution in itself had an order and some clear objectives. From the beginning of 1951 Carrero Blanco practically occupied the government headquarters in the regime. Carrero Blanco symbolized better than anyone else the figure of "pure Francoism" and without totally linking himself to any of the Francoist tendencies, he covertly attempted to push Opus Dei into power. A man without scruples conscientiously mounted his own State within the State: he created a network of informers within the Ministries, in the Army, in the Falange, and also in Opus Dei. His police managed to put themselves into all the Francoist apparatus. Thus he made himself the key element of the system and a fundamental piece of the oligarchy's political game. On the other hand, he came to be irreplaceable for his experience and capacity to manoeuvre and because nobody managed as he did to maintain the internal equilibrium of Francoism." Julen Agirre, Operation Ogro: The Execution of Admiral Luis Carrero Blanco[2]

In his first speech to the Cortes on 12 February 1974, Carrero Blanco's successor, the new prime minister Carlos Arias Navarro, promised liberalizing reforms including the right to form political associations. Though he was denounced by hardliners within the regime, the transition had begun.

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Reprisal One of the members of the ETA cell who had assassinated Carrero Blanco was himself assassinated by a car bomb in the south of France on 21 December 1978 by a Spanish far-right group organized from inside the Navy (including one member of the CESID secret service, another one of the Servicio de Inteligencia Naval and the other belonging to the Alto Estado Mayor), which received assistance from former OAS member Jean-Pierre Cherid, former Triple A Argentine member Jos Mara Boccardo and Italian neofascist Mario Ricci, member of Avanguardia Nazionale. Argala, as the ETA member was known, was the only one who could identify the mysterious man who handed up to ETA Carrero Blanco's schedule and itinerary. According to Leonidas, a former member of the Spanish Army who participated in the bombing against Argala, "The explosives came from a US base. I don't remember with exactitude if it was from Torrejn or Rota, but I do know that the Americans did not know what they would be used for. It was a personal favor they made to Pedro el Marino" (aka Pedro Martnez) who provided the explosives. Argala's assassination was claimed by the Batalln Vasco Espanol (BVE). However, according to Leonidas, "BVE, ATE (Anti-Terrorismo ETA) or "Triple A" are only labels of convenience used by the same group.

 

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Gillo Pontecorvo (1919C2006)IMDB
Gillo Pontecorvo was born on November 19, 1919 in Pisa, Tuscany, Italy as Gilberto Pontecorvo. He was a director and writer, known for La battaglia di Algeri (1966), Kap (1960) and Queimada (1969). He was married to Henriette Pontecorvo. He died on October 12, 2006 in Rome, Lazio, Italy.
Member of the jury at the Berlin International Film Festival in 1991
Member of the jury at the Venice Film Festival in 1980.
Member of the jury at the Venice Film Festival in 1982.
Although he made fewer than 20 films, he is regarded as one of Italy's greatest directors.
He was born into a Jewish family. He moved to France in 1938 to escape Italy's fascist racial laws. He eventually returned to Italy and led a Resistance brigade during WWII. After the war, he studied chemistry and worked as a journalist before becoming a film director; he started out making documentaries.
As a young man, he was a tennis player who competed in tournaments throughout Europe. This provided his first opportunity to travel outside of his native Italy.
He would often cast non-professionals in order to fill a role with a person who he thought had the right face for the character.
He was the younger brother of nuclear physicist Bruno Pontecorvo (1913-1993), the Harwell scientist who defected to the Soviet Union in 1950.
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Genoveva Forest Tarrat, ms conocida como Eva Forest (Barcelona, 6 de abril de 1928 - Fuenterraba, 19 de mayo de 2007), fue una editora, novelista, ensayista, escritora de cuentos y activista poltica espanola. Conocida por sus obras de denuncia poltica y su cercana a la izquierda abertzale, dedic su vida desde muy joven a la lucha contra la dictadura franquista, a la lucha por la emancipacin de la mujer, y contra la tortura. Su reiterada defensa de los derechos humanos no impidi que fuera acusada de colaborar con ETA en la preparacin tanto del asesinato del almirante Carrero Blanco como del atentado de la cafetera Rolando en los anos 1970, si bien nunca lleg a ser juzgada por estos hechos debido a la amnista de 1977.(WIKI)
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Eva Forest is a writer. also known as Forest and Genevieve Tarr, Genevieve Forest and Tarrant, Julen Agirre, Genoveva Forest, Genoveva Tarrat Forest, Julen Aguirre
born on 6 April 1928 (86 years ago) in Barcelona
nationality: Spain
Marriage with Alfonso Sastre between December 1955 and 19 May 2007 (51 years)
died on 19 May 2007 (6 years ago) in Hondarribia (Here)
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1991
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1990
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