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Perdida (1950)

 -  Drama  -  3 June 1950 (Mexico)
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Ninón Sevilla ...
Rosario Gómez / Norma
Agustín Lara ...
Agustín
Domingo Soler ...
Don Pascual
Florencio Castelló ...
Matias
César del Campo ...
Armando
Maruja Grifell ...
La Turca
Miguel Manzano ...
Sobrino Turca
Jorge Mondragón ...
Comandante
Guillermo Bravo Sosa ...
Padrastro
Amalia Cristerna
Linda Rey
Antonio Velázquez ...
Antonio
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worth seeing for Ninón Sevilla
1 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

I'm a big fan of Ninón Sevilla, the Cuban cabaret artist who showed up in a lot of Mexican films during this era. This is a typical "cabaretera" film, where the girl who dances in the cabaret tries to go straight, she falls in love with a decent man and wants to have a family, but things never work out right. A subplot featuring Agustin Lara provides a lot of good songs written by Lara and performed by great singers like Pedro Vargas and el Trio Los Panchos. Sevilla's dance numbers are energetic and full of life. She does a great mambo, and her costumes are wonderful. There are no surprises in this film. It follows the plot line of many other cabaretera films, but it's still worth watching for the musical numbers.


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