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La vida íntima de Marco Antonio y Cleopatra (1947)

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Luis Sandrini ...
María Antonieta Pons ...
Víctor Junco ...
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José Baviera ...
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Rafael Banquells ...
Conchita Carracedo ...
Elena
Carlos Villarías ...
Septimio
Julián de Meriche ...
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3 April 1947 (Mexico)  »

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A Vida Íntima de Antônio e Cleópatra  »

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Anachronistic frolic through ancient Rome...
28 February 2013 | by (Fairfax, VA) – See all my reviews

Ever since Mark Twain's stories of "A Connecticuit Yankee in King Arthur's Court" and "The Mysterious Stranger", mass audiences have been entertained by fantasies of time travel to bygone eras. As in books of fiction, this is certainly true of motion pictures and television. Notable examples are Eddie Cantor's "Roman Scandals" and "Ali Baba Goes to Town", as well as the British "Fiddler's Three." This anachronistic frolic through ancient Rome and Egypt from the golden age of the Mexican film industry is solidly in that musical comedy vein. Viewers who enjoy this genre which includes "The Boys from Syracuse", "a Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" and "The Three Stooges Meet Hercules" will want to give this one a look...Luis Sandrini is every bit as comic as Cantor, and the leading lady (Maria Antoneta Pons) does a mean rumba and conga while throwing a party for Marco Antonio.


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