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Noche de carnaval (1984)

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Ninon
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Panchita
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Diablo
Sergio Ramos ...
Zangarron
Rebeca Silva ...
Rebeca
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Jincho
Jaime Garza ...
Amigo de Pepe
Noé Murayama
Miguel Ángel Ferriz ...
Pepe
Alejandro Parodi ...
Jorge
Gerardo Vigil ...
Chipujo
Juan Ángel Martínez
Tina Romero ...
Irma
Rodrigo Puebla ...
Romualdo
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26 January 1984 (Mexico)  »

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Trade unions, carnival and good actors
24 March 2005 | by See all my reviews

In the apogee of the lady's bar movies we see in this comedy, instead of a heap of comic actors with a lot of nude extras (women!), we see a rich cast whose good actors didn't have so much to choose to have a job, thanks of that ,we can see Manuel Ojeda, Noe Murayama, Jose Carlos Ruiz, Alejandro Parodi, who make it believable the matter of trade unions and the corruption between their Mafioso leaders and shipment owners in the Veracruz port, besides, parallel of this, a cabaret story starring for Ninon Sevilla who tries to remember her glorious years as a cabaret dancer ,thirty years after, and Carmen Salinas, whose bad words sound funniest in her mouth than any other, It's a pity that Mario Hernandez end up all of this in an abrupt way, seems like he didn't have idea how to finish it and pick the worst option, anyway the best merit of this movie is owed to his producer, the actor ,Antonio Aguilar, who joined some of the best actors in the Mexican movies at that time.


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