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Los jinetes de la bruja (En el viejo Guanajuato) (1966)

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Kitty de Hoyos ...
La Bruja Salomé / Susana Helguero
Fernando Almada ...
Roberto
Dagoberto Rodríguez ...
Javier
Roberto Cañedo ...
Casiano Jáuregui
Blanca Sánchez ...
Amalia
Rafael del Río ...
Alcides
José Ángel Espinosa 'Ferrusquilla' ...
Don Manuelito (as José A. Espinoza 'Ferrusquilla')
Alicia Bonet ...
Rosita
Consuelo Frank ...
Doña Eulalia Henestrosa
Antonio Raxel ...
El titiritero
Carlos Rotzinger ...
El hijo del titiritero
José Eduardo Pérez ...
El comandante
Jorge Mateos ...
El otro Jáuregui
Manuel Arvide ...
Don Pedro Henestrosa
Mario Almada ...
El jefe de los maleantes
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8 December 1966 (Mexico)  »

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En el viejo Guanajuato  »

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Las Cuatro Estaciones
Written by Luis Demetrio
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crisp performances from all involved
1 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

An aging rancher is framed for the murder of a puppeteer; the family goes to a witch for help, who cajoles three wastrel caballeros to expose the plot, while dark forces - e.g., ghost puppets, a mysterious black-clad rider in a death mask - handle the more spiritual aspects of the puppeteer's revenge....

Oh, I forgot to mention the comedy as one of the caballeros gets chased around by his girl-friend for being a lazy ne'er-do-well, despite the fact that he gladly sings her folk-based pop-songs about love, etc.

Truly off-center bit of entertainment form Mexico, very well made, with crisp performances from all involved.

Warning: no subtitles on existing DVD release, the dialog is all in the elevated theatrical Mexican of its era.


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