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Credited cast:
Virma González
Héctor Suárez
María Eugenia San Martín
Ahui Camacho
Enrique Pontón
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Maria Andrea
Gaspara Galindo
María Elena Galindo
Raúl Quijada
Pedro de Urdimalas


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13 October 1973 (Mexico)  »

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(RCA High Fidelity)


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I also saw this movie as a child and it had a very impacting effect on me. The song is very emotional and the tone gives you a sense of compassion towards the blind children in the movie. I remembered a scene were the poor child gets teased by the neighborhood children. In the scene the children play tag and they manage to put the poor child inside of a cactus garden or near a Nopalera and the children call him so he can catch them, but instead he pokes him self with the cactus and he ends up in a lot of pain but not just physical pain but also emotionally. I would like to buy it or see it again. I saw the video of the song in YouTube, you can find it under the same title. .

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