Pepe el Toro becomes a boxer and accidentally kills his best friend during a semi-final match. Channeling his anger and frustration, Pepe goes on to win the championship while beginning ... See full summary »
Evita Muñoz 'Chachita',
Amanda del Llano
Sequel to Nosotros los Pobres (1947). This time, Pepe "El Toro" (Infante) is married with "La Chorreada" (Pavon) and they have two children. Chachita (Munoz) knows her real grandma: Charito... See full summary »
Evita Muñoz 'Chachita',
Blanca Estela Pavón
Angelitos Negros is a story of prejudice and sacrifice; the plot centers around a woman who does not realize her heritage, brought up as the "white"wealthy patron's daughter, she is actually the daughter of the black maid.
Pedro es un mujeriego incorregible hasta que en su vida aparece Flor, una bella joven de la cual se enamora. Ella duda de su amor .¿Podrá convencerla de la sinceridad de sus sentimientos? ... See full summary »
Torn between three lovers and bored by her typewriting classes, Carolina (Dillian) writes a passionate love letter to fictional Pablo Garza from Monterrey. The letter is sent by mistake and... See full summary »
Mauricio de la Serna
Ismael Rodriguez Got the achievement of join the biggest males starts of the Mexican Show business, Pedro Infante this time couldn't take advance of having his director-protector(even in some interview Rodriguez declare that Infante used to call him daddy!) because the status of Negrete as the leader of the actors union
Infante with his natural charm seems that he doesn't care at all the enormous differences between his voice and Negrete's, however the several musical scenes, and Negrete seems to be happy with the great respect that Infante and Rodriguez dispense him, under this agreement the the audience got the biggest benefit so they could see their two idols together in a very entertain movie, besides Rodriguez didn't need to invent anything new ,so he put Infante in a rural environment as the poor of the story (as usual in his movies,specially in some directed by him)and gave to Negrete his habitual role of rich one and a good social position ideal to exalt his natural arrogance, Rodriguez told that he had some discussion with Infante,because he had to ask him reduce his intensity in order to avoid seems overacted in front of Negrete's coldness
with very good rhythm, as usual ,Rodriguez got one of the best comedies of the fifties and maybe one of the best until today in the Mexican Cimetagrophy
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