Man of La Mancha.

This is about the film. For the musical, see Man of La Mancha (musical).

Man of La Mancha is a 1972 film based on the stage musical about the tale of Don Quixote.


Singing castEdit

Non-singing castEdit


Miguel de Cervantes and his manservant have been imprisoned by the Spanish Inquisition, and a manuscript by Cervantes is seized by his fellow inmates, who subject him to a mock trial in order to determine whether the manuscript should be returned. Cervantes' defense is in the form of a play, in which Cervantes takes the role of Alonso Quijana, an old gentleman who has lost his mind and now believes that he should go forth as a knight-errant. Quijano renames himself Don Quixote de La Mancha, and sets out to find adventures with his "squire", Sancho Panza.

Musical numbersEdit

  • "Man of La Mancha/I, Don Quixote" - Don Quixote and Sancho Panza
  • "It's All the Same" - Aldonza
  • "Dulcinea" - Don Quixote and Muleteers
  • "I'm Only Thinking of Him" - Antonia, The Innkeeper & The Padre
  • "I Really Like Him" - Sancho Panza
  • "The Barber's Song" - The Barber
  • "Golden Helmet of Mambrino" - Don Quixote, Sancho Panza, The Barber and Chorus
  • "Little Bird, Little Bird" - Pedro & The Muleteers
  • "The Impossible Dream" - Don Quixote
  • "The Dubbing (Knight of the Woeful Countenance)"- The Innkeeper, Aldonza and Sancho Panza
  • "The Impossible Dream (first reprise)" - Don Quixote
  • "Man of La Mancha (first reprise)" - Don Quixote
  • "Aldonza" - Aldonza
  • "A Little Gossip" - Sancho Panza
  • "Man of La Mancha (second reprise)" - Don Quixote, Aldonza and Sancho Panza
  • "The Psalm" - The Padre
  • The Impossible Dream (second reprise)" - Aldonza, Antonia, The Padre and Chorus

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