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Carne de cabaret (1931)

| 8 May 1931 (USA)
This is the Spanish-language version of Ten Cents a Dance (1931), shot concurrently with a different cast but the same director, Christy Cabanne (as "Wiliam Cabana"), and also Mexican director Eduardo Arozamena.

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Drothy O'Neil
Ramón Pereda ...
Bradley Carlton
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Eddie Miller
Carmen Guerrero ...
Nancy
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Madame Blanchard
Aurora del Real ...
Molly
María Calvo ...
Señora Murphy
Nancy Torres ...
Eunice
Ralph Navarro ...
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Juan Duval ...
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Felipe de Flores ...
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Mary O'Keefe ...
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Rodolfo Hoyos ...
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This is the Spanish-language version of Ten Cents a Dance (1931), shot concurrently with a different cast but the same director, Christy Cabanne (as "Wiliam Cabana"), and also Mexican director Eduardo Arozamena.

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