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Adapted from the book, "Mexican Village," by Josefina Niggli, the film tells three interwoven love stories against the background of a feud between two villages. Cyd Charisse and Rick Jason... See full summary »

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Cast

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Pepe Gonzales
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Eufemia Calderon
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Alejandro Castillo
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Maria of the River Road
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Lola de Torrano
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Ruben
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Elena Cantu
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Father Zacaya
Walter Hampden ...
Don Carlos Castillo
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Don Homero Calderon
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Gitanillo de Torrano
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Don Daniel
Andrés Soler ...
Little Doctor
Fanny Schiller ...
Doña Fela
Luz Alba ...
Rosaura
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Adapted from the book, "Mexican Village," by Josefina Niggli, the film tells three interwoven love stories against the background of a feud between two villages. Cyd Charisse and Rick Jason are the lovers in a tender romance; Vittorio Gassman and Yvonne DeCarlo the lovers in a tragic romance; and Pier Angeli and Ricardo Montalban the lovers in a gay romance. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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feud | fountain | priest | church | dancer | See more »

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Musical | Romance

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4 September 1953 (Finland)  »

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Mexican Village  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Opening credits: We wish gratefully to acknowledge the friendly cooperation of the Mexican Government and the genuine hospitality of the Mexican people, without whose assistance the filming of this picture in their country would not have been possible. See more »

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Referenced in What Just Happened (2008) See more »

Soundtracks

Mi viejo amor
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Music by Alfonso Esparza Oteo
Lyrics by Adolfo Fernández Bustamante
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¡ÉXELENTE!
12 April 2001 | by (Sacramento, CA) – See all my reviews

This is a wonderful, enjoyable film with a retinue of fine actors having a lot of fun in an entertaining story set in Mexico. The tale is wonderfully Mexican with cock-fights, inter-village rivalry, tragedy and mystery: Pepe (Richardo Montalban-- Mr. Rourke of Fantasy Island) loves the Mayor's (Thomas Gomez) daughter, Eufemia (Pier Angeli) but needs some success to convince her father he's a worthy candidate for her hand. Vittorio Gassman is the local rich boy whose family want him to marry an appropriate girl from an appropriate family, Rick Jason is the third compañero in love with a gypsy girl (Cyd Charisse). Wonderful performances by the lovely Nina Foch as the set-aside sweetheart, the great Andaluzian Gypsy dancer, Jose Greco, the ever-lovely bubbly Thomas Gomez, plotting Kurt Kaszner and a bit part with one of my fav's, Alfonso Bedoya who doesn't say "We don' gotta chow you no stinkin' batches." Alas, no video for this fine, fun film, so you'll have to catch it on the late show. Check out especially, Ricardo Montalban, Rick Jason and Vittorio Gassman singing the lively, "¡Eufemia!" ¡Realmente macanudo!


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