Carlos Argüelles is the son of a wealthy man whose only interests in life are business and making money. While trying to succeed in show business he falls in love with a dancer and they elope to marry. But success is not easy to obtain.
Ricardo Fuentes (Carlos Gardel) leaves Buenos Aires after loosing in horse races to go to Barcelona, where he plans to open a tango bar, a new concept of tango dance show and dance saloon. ... See full summary »
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The story of the relationship between Karamakate, an Amazonian shaman and last survivor of his people, and two scientists who work together over the course of 40 years to search the Amazon for a sacred healing plant.
Carlos Argüelles (Carlos Gardel) is the son of a wealthy man whose only interest in life is making money and business. But he wants to be an artist and one day, trying to success in show business as a singer, he meets Margarita (Rosita Moreno), a dancer, and they fall in love. But his father wants him to marry a rich girl, so they part and he marries Margarita. But success is hard to reach and when Margarita gets ill and he can't get any money to live he, desperate, tries to steal his father's safe box. It is too late anyway and when he returns home, Margarita is dead. He takes their daughter Marga and go to Europe, where he obtains a big success first alone and later with Marga dancing like her mother did. They go to Hollywood to make pictures and there he receives a telegram saying his father has died and has left him all his fortune. So they come back to Buenos Aires. During the trip, Marga falls in love with a wealthy man's son who happens to be a Carlos father's business partner ... Written by
An masterpiece in Spanish from the Hollywood studios
Carlos Gardel's own favorite film, "El día que me quieras", is one of the very best movies ever produced by a Hollywood studio. He did not live to see its success, but he was right. His genius as a composer, actor and singer emerges in this film that has never been out of circulation.
The video versions does not make any justice to this masterpiece since companies refuse to put money to get good prints (which do exist) for a good telecine.
Even in such poor conditions, the art of Carlos Gardel survives in this film and the soundtrack he recorded for both RCA Victor and EMI Odeon.
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