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Del rancho a la televisión (1953)

Jose Antonio leaves his hometown in Michoacan to try his luck as an Opera singer in the big city. But, as usually happens in show business, envy will make his way much harder.

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Luis Aguilar ...
José Antonio Rivera
María Victoria ...
Graciela del Mar
Chela Campos ...
Laura
Carlos Orellana ...
Don Cecilio Zárraga
Andrés Soler ...
Don Pancho, portero
Emma Rodríguez ...
Irma, secretaria
Gloria Alonso ...
Isabel Goméz Escalera
Pepe Ruiz Vélez ...
Horacio (as Jose Ruiz Velez)
Eufrosina García ...
Juana, sirvienta (as Eufrosina Garcia 'La Flaca')
Arturo Castro 'Bigotón' ...
Presidente municipal (as Arturo Castro)
Armando Arriola ...
Maestro
Carlos Riquelme
Manuel Tamés hijo ...
Regulo (as 'Regulo')
Francisco Fuentes ...
Madaleno (as 'Madaleno')
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Jose Antonio leaves his hometown in Michoacan to try his luck as an Opera singer in the big city. But, as usually happens in show business, envy will make his way much harder.

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Trivia

The first skyscraper in Mexico City. In this film, in a sequence where José Antonio Rivera (played by Luis Aguilar) has recently arrived to México City, it is observed on the background, the "Torre Latinoaméricana", an iconic skyscraper located on Lazaro Cardenas Avenue, when it was still under construction. This building was the taller tower, in Mexico City, since 1956 until 1972. When it was finished (1956) it was considered between the 6 taller skyscrapers in the world. See more »

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Featured in Dolores del Río - Princesa de México (1999) See more »

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Te Quiero Dijiste
Written by María Grever (as Maria Greever)
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