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Soy charro de Levita (1949)

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Cast overview:
Germán Valdés ...
Tin Tan
Marcelo Chávez ...
Rosita Quintana ...
Rosita García
Carmen Molina ...
Arturo Martínez ...
Felipe de Alba ...
Enrique Méndez
Julio Villarreal ...
Don Agripino
Óscar Pulido ...
Don Melitón Dávila, presidente municipal
Juan García ...
Queta Lavat ...
Leonor Dávila (as Enriqueta Lavat)
Emma Roldán ...
La Coronela
Jorge Arriaga ...
Lupe Inclán ...
Nicolás Rodríguez ...
Don Hermilo
Dolores Corona


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Tin Tan takes his show to Jalisco, and dares to do it in his zoot suit outfit.

This is a great Tin Tan classic, when he still was a "pachuco" wearing his trademark zoot suit, to the extreme that he didn't forget to put a feather on his charro hat ("sombrero"). With the usual great cast, typical of those years, including pretty Carmen Molina and gorgeous Rosita Quintana speaking with a great Mexican Jalisco accent. But perhaps the one that stills the show is Ismael Perez (I found his name in the IMDB), he is the little kid that hates Tin Tan, and his name in the movie is "Pepito" (like in the Mexican jokes) who makes fun of his zoot suit and for not wearing a gun. He ends up selling him his toy gun. Don't miss this one, it's just pure fun entertainment for all.

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