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Lamberto Quintero (1987)

 -  Action | Crime | Drama  -  19 May 1987 (Mexico)
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Antonio Aguilar ...
Angélica Aragón ...
Maria de los Angeles
Marcela Rubiales ...
Patricia Ortega
Merle Uribe ...
Gabriela
Mar Castro ...
Susana
Alejandro Parodi ...
Fidencio
Eduardo López Rojas ...
Ayudante de Jorge
Armando Araiza ...
Pistolero joven
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Oscar Balderrama Jr.
Antonio Raxel ...
Oscar Balderrama
Omar Fierro ...
Jorge Balderrama
Héctor Sáez
José Nájera ...
Nacho
Lourdes Villareal
Chela Nájera
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More than just camp value
24 April 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Although that is present as well, in some of the musical numbers. Altogether, this is a fine piece of entertainment, not just a Mexican curiosity.

Antonio Aguilar brings a fine, almost Old-World authority to the title role, and the honesty and eagerness to please of the rest of the cast smooths any rough, amateurish edges.

Of particular interest is the diversity of the soundtrack. I thought I heard a snippet of a Haydn Mass (either the "Lord Nelson" mass, or the "Heilig" mass) at the closing credits.

The film is perhaps less successful when it is trying to be a Mexican "Godfather." Quintero's character is more a distillation of Sam Spade, Gene Autry, and John Wayne than Vito Corleone. The outfits say it all -- he is a modern-day singing cowboy.


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