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Ernesto Cortázar (story)
Tito Davison (adaptation)
Release Date:
15 May 1948 (Mexico) See more »


  (in credits order)
Pedro Galindo ... Armando
Crox Alvarado ... Martín Vázquez
Amanda del Llano ... Rosa María
Fernando Soto ... Trompo (as Fernando Soto 'Mantequilla')
Consuelo Guerrero de Luna ... Tía Isabel (as Consuelo G. de Luna)
Luis G. Barreiro ... Don Niceforo
Pepe Nava ... La cotorra
Carlos Múzquiz ... Coyote
Julio Ahuet ... Fidencio
José G. Cruz ... Anselmo
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rogelio Fernández ... Invitado a fiesta (uncredited)
Georgina González ... Invitada a fiesta (uncredited)
Margarito Luna ... Pueblerino (uncredited)
Rubén Márquez ... Empleado banco (uncredited)
Ignacio Peón ... Pueblerino (uncredited)
Humberto Rodríguez ... Empleado banco (uncredited)

Directed by
Agustín P. Delgado 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ernesto Cortázar  story
Tito Davison  adaptation
Agustín P. Delgado  adaptation
Eduardo Galindo  story
Jesús Galindo  story

Produced by
Jesús Galindo .... producer
Original Music by
Gonzalo Curiel 
Cinematography by
Víctor Herrera 
Film Editing by
José Marino 
Production Design by
Francisco Marco Chillet  (as Francisco Marco Chilet)
Makeup Department
Margarita Ortega .... makeup artist
Production Management
A. Sánchez Barraza .... production chief
Eduardo Galindo .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Américo Fernández .... assistant director
Art Department
Ernesto Cabral .... poster artist (uncredited)
Sound Department
James L. Fields .... sound recordist (as Ing. James L. Fields)
Jesús González Gancy .... sound recordist (as Ing. Jesus Gonzalez)
Galdino R. Samperio .... sound re-recordist (as Galdino Samperio)
Camera and Electrical Department
Luis Medina .... camera operator
Music Department
Ernesto Cortázar .... composer: songs "Espuelas de Oro", "Que Lindo Es Mi Bajio" and "Rosa Maria"
Pedro Galindo .... composer: songs "Virgencita", "Espuelas de Oro", "Que Lindo Es Mi Bajio" and "Rosa Maria"

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Espuelas de oro" - Mexico (original title)
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90 min
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Referenced in Chocolate Strawberry Vanilla (2014)See more »


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