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Parchís: the Documentary

Parchís: the Documentary
Netflix Pakistan

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Pakistani Netflix Release: July 10, 2019
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Biographical Documentaries, Music & Musicals, Spanish Movies, Documentaries, Biographical Movies, Music & Concert Documentaries
Director(s): Daniel Arasanz

Synopsis

The spotlight's on Parchís, a record company-created Spanish boy/girl band that had unprecedented success with Top 10 songs and hit films in the '80s. Somewhere between the Jackson 5 and Menudo, Parchís dominated kids music with bubblegum songs and amateurish charm.

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