María de la O leaves her family and her former boyfriend Miguel to go with a rich landowner who's supposedly in love with her...

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María de la O
Gustavo Rojo ...
Don Luís Suárez
Manuel Luna ...
El abuelo Sebastián
Antonio González 'El Pescaílla' ...
Miguel (as Antonio González)
Manuel Arbó
Aurora García Alonso ...
(as Aurora Garcialonso)
Rafael Vaquero
Francisco Bernal
Pedro Rodríguez de Quevedo ...
(as P. Rodríguez Quevedo)
María de la Riva
José María Rodríguez
Félix Briones
Paco Aguilera
Pilar Cansino ...
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Lorenzo Robledo
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Luis Suárez es un rico terrateniente que es encontrado herido de disparo por un clan gitano que viaja en su carromato. Le recogen y le curan, salvándole probablemente de una muerte segura. Pasan unos días y Luis queda prendado de María de la O, una guapa gitana que mantiene un noviazgo con Miguel, que también viaja con ellos. Luis pide a María de la O que abandone el clan y se vaya con él a su mundo, muy diferente del que ella conoce. Inesperadamente, acepta la proposición... Película inspirada en la famosa canción con letra de Rafael de León y música de Manuel L. Quiroga. Written by Miguel Ángel Díaz González

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Drama | Musical | Romance

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22 February 1963 (Mexico)  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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(Eastmancolor)
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Remake of María de la O (1939) See more »

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Herencia gitana
Written by Sixto Cantabrana, Ramón Perelló and Juan Mostazo
Performed by Lola Flores
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Nice remake
31 August 1999 | by (Málaga, Málaga, Spain) – See all my reviews

In this remake of the film based on the Spanish song María de la O, Lola Flores is the first star. Spanish popular folk songs are often small stories, and the performers use to do a little theater play while they sing. This is the case of the song on which this film is based. If you like Lola Flores, then you'll enjoy this film. There's no good acting here, but there are many nice songs performed by a young Lola Flores, and there's also a plot. Only recommended for flamenco fans.


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