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El mil amores (1954)

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Cast overview:
Pedro Infante ...
Bibiano Villarreal
Rosita Quintana ...
Carmen Zamudio
Joaquín Pardavé ...
Chabelo
Liliana Durán ...
Marilú
Anita Blanch ...
Señorita directora
Martha Alicia Rivas ...
Patricia
Fernando Luján ...
Ricardo Rodríguez (as Alejandro Ciangherotti Jr.)
Ethel Carrillo ...
Rosaura, estudiante
Emma Roldán ...
Gertrudis, madre de Marilú
Conchita Gentil Arcos ...
Maestra
Roberto G. Rivera ...
Roque
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19 November 1954 (Mexico)  »

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O Mil Amores  »

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Contigo en la Distancia
Written by César Portillo de la Luz (as César Portillo de la Luz)
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A Thousand of Love for Pardave and Infante
22 August 2007 | by (Monterrey,Mexico) – See all my reviews

One of he best Infante's movie in his already consolidated career, with an original plot in which someone could think there isn't place for comedy situations, however the relationship between Joaquin Pardave and Infante is the most enjoyable of the film beyond the romance of Rosita Quintana and Infante, this time as a mature couple, who interchanged glances and suggest erotic situations that never happen. Rogelio A. Gonzalez in a good agreement with Infante, as usual, gave to the film the fluidity necessary to clarify situations that at the beginning of the story that seems to be so complicated so at the end the couple are mother and potential stepfather of a girl of fifteen, include in the package a son in law played by a funny boy, Fernando Lujan, that show us in this, his first film, his natural development in comedies.


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