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Cada quién su lucha (1966)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy | 23 June 1966 (Mexico)
Two friends seeking good luck are brainwashed by a corrupt magician who manipulates wrestling matches for his own personal gain.

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Marco Antonio Campos ...
Viruta (as Viruta)
Gaspar Henaine ...
Capulina (as Capulina)
María Duval ...
Lucha García (as María Duvál)
Baby Bell ...
Lucha Morales
Carlos Agostí ...
Badín Anuar
Eduardo Silvestre ...
Gerardo (as Eduardo Silvestre 'Mister Universo')
Consuelo Monteagudo ...
Clienta del mago
Leo Acosta ...
Músico (as Leo Acosta y su conjunto)
Nathanael León ...
Julián Caireles (as Nothanael León Moreno 'Frankenstein')
Mario García 'Harapos' ...
Malhechor
Carlos Ruffino ...
Malhechor (as Carlos G. Rufino)
Julián de Meriche ...
Dueño de fábrica
Gloria Chávez ...
Muchacha en fiesta
Ramón Valdés ...
Malhechor (as Ramón Valdéz)
Carlos Bravo y Fernández ...
Cliente del mago
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Two friends seeking good luck are brainwashed by a corrupt magician who manipulates wrestling matches for his own personal gain.

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Pero tu Llegaste
Written by Fernando Zacarías
Performed by Baby Bell
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Original, humorous comedy about luck and superstition
27 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Cada quién su lucha" is one of the best comedy films ever to come out of Mexico's "Commerical Cinema" (1960-1969). Featuring the popular Mexican double act "Viruta y Capulina", which is Mexico's answer to "Abbott and Costello", the film co-stars the attractive, brunette starlet María Duval and the cute, blonde Argentine-born singer Baby Bell as the leading ladies. The original, imaginative story by Alfredo Zacarías and the hilarious screenplay written by Roberto Gómez Bolaños contribute greatly to make this film truly humorous. "Cada quién su lucha" is in many ways similar to "La cigüeña distraída", another film produced by Producciones Zacarías. Both films star Viruta and Capulina, and have many recurring supporting cast members such as María Duval. Though "La cigüeña distraída" was filmed earlier, it premiered after "Cada quién su lucha".


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