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¡Ay Jalisco... no te rajes! (1941)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Musical | 12 November 1941 (Mexico)
In rural Mexico, when a young boy's parents are killed, he is raised by a farm worker and the town's barman, who instills a desire of vengeance in him, and as an adult he romances a young ... See full summary »

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(as José Rodríguez Ruelas)

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(adaptation), (novel) | 4 more credits »
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Carlos López ...
Chaflán (as Carlos López 'Chaflan')
Ángel Garasa ...
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Chachita
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Felipe Carbajal
Miguel Inclán ...
Chueco Gallegos
Antonio Bravo ...
Radilla
Arturo Soto Rangel ...
Sr. Salas (as Arturo Soto R.)
Ángel T. Sala ...
Gral. Carbajal
Manuel Noriega ...
Inspector (as Manolo Noriega)
Max Langler ...
El Zorro
Narciso Busquets ...
Juancho
Pepe del Río ...
Chava (Young Salvador ) (as Pepito del Río)
Lucha Reyes ...
Cantante
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In rural Mexico, when a young boy's parents are killed, he is raised by a farm worker and the town's barman, who instills a desire of vengeance in him, and as an adult he romances a young woman who is going to marry a rich man to save her father from financial ruin. Written by Anonymous

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12 November 1941 (Mexico)  »

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Jalisco, Don't Backslide  »

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The melody of this film's title song was used for the title song in Disney's film "The Three Caballeros". New English lyrics were written to the melody by Ray Gilbert. See more »

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Followed by El ametralladora (1943) See more »

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¡Ay Jalisco no te rajes!
Written by Ernesto Cortázar
Performed by Lucha Reyes
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Hats off to Negrete and songwriters
29 July 2003 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

What a great singer! Jorge Negrete's voice is quite thrilling, rich, potent, expressive, just perfect for this type of song. It's hard to believe that he despised this sort of music and preferred opera. These songs are far better than opera, which is stuffy, staid and dull, and lacks that verge and impudence and humor.

This movie is worth seeing mainly for the great singer and songs, but the plot and good old-fashioned cinematography are also appealing.


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