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Vino el remolino y nos alevantó (1950)

 |  Drama, War  |  1 March 1950 (Mexico)
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Miguel Ángel Ferriz ...
Don Patricio Ramírez
Carmen Molina ...
Toña Ramírez
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Adela
Luis Beristáin ...
Alejandro Ramírez
Emma Roldán ...
La generala
Gilberto González ...
Capitán Arturo Gómez
Tony Díaz ...
Ramón Ramírez (as Antonio Diaz)
Armando Sáenz ...
Esteban Ramírez
Manuel Arvide ...
Don Florencio
Lupe Inclán ...
Antonia Ramírez (as Guadalupe Inclán)
Salvador Quiroz ...
Coronel Chávez
Julio Ahuet ...
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Lupe del Castillo ...
Portera (as Guadalupe del Castillo)
Jorge Arriaga ...
Mayor
Chel López ...
Militar carcel
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Another Mexican Revolution soap opera
7 September 2005 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

The Mexican Revolution was the inspiration of many movies in Mexico; from "Vamonos con Pancho Villa" which is according to the cinematography authorities, Mexico's best, to others that were meant to only make a couple of pesos for their producers. This one, is one of so many that exploited the people's innocence. A couple of stories about family members that are separated when some have to go and fight the Revolution while others stay behind, and some tragic events that happen to them while at it and at the end of their missions. Of course the "cherry on the pie", is the voice coming at the end from the background, stating that the shed blood was not in vain, because now the Country is in a much better situation. These movies were meant for the lower, non educated people in Mexico.


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