This is the 7th and last musical film starring popular Spanish singer Raphael which was not directed by either Mario Camus(his best director) or Vicente Escriva and was his second and last film made in Mexico with a completely Mexican cast and crew. Raphael once again plays a singer in this film as usual, married to his manager played by Mexican sex symbol Isela Vega(BRING ME THE HEAD OF ALFREDO GARCIA & DRUM) who plans a publicity stunt that goes array, when Raphael shoots a rival singer with a gun supposedly filled with blanks, but finds out that the singer was killed with live ammo. He then goes unto hiding with his wife and tries to find out who framed him. The film is too talky and melodramatic, but it has great songs composed by Raphael's usual composer, Manuel Alejandro, who hasn't composed for Raphael since EL GOLFO(1969) and it has a better than usual cast, Isela Vega, Veronica Castro, Hector Suarez and Armando Silvestre)
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