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Calabacitas tiernas (1949)

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Cast

Cast overview:
Germán Valdés ...
Tin tan (as German Valdes 'Tin-Tan')
Rosita Quintana ...
Lupe
Nelly Montiel ...
Nelly
Jorge Reyes ...
Reyes
Gloria Alonso ...
Gloria
Nicolás Rodríguez ...
Guitarist
Francisco Reiguera ...
El muerto
Juan Orraca ...
Architect
Julián de Meriche ...
Representative
Armando Velasco ...
Policeman
Francisco Pando ...
Don Gumersindo
Ramón Valdés ...
Willy
Mario Castillo ...
Crew member
Amalia Aguilar ...
Amalia
Rosina Pagã ...
Rosina (as Rosina Pagan)
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24 February 1949 (Mexico)  »

Also Known As:

Eu Sou do Amor  »

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(RCA High Fidelity)

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1.37 : 1
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Hogar Dulce Hogar
Written by Germán Valdés (as Tin-Tan)
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One of Tin Tán's most famous comedies
25 October 2010 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

Like other Mexican masters of humor (for example, Cantinflas), Germán Valdés created Tin Tán with a strong feeling of a unique personality and original language. He came from a family of comedians very famous in movies and TV (he is brother of Ramón Valdés and Manuel "Loco" Valdés). Tin Tán incarnated the figure of 1940s' pachuco, young Mexican American guys, with strong feelings for his roots (music, dancing) that returned to Mexico and find a country distant to them in customs and rhythm of life. "Calabacitas tiernas" was one of the first works in the vertiginous career of Valdés, so it is one of the most representative examples of what we will find in his later works: co-working with his brothers, beautiful women, a story around the show business, problems with the police, characteristic music and dancing, references to cinema, mentions of Mexican culture topics and identity confusions.


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