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La fuga (1944)

A stagecoach full of conflictive passengers makes its dangerours way from Mexico to Veracruz during the days of the French Intervention.

Director:

Norman Foster

Writers:

Betty Cromwell (additional dialogue), Norman Foster | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview:
Esther Fernández ... Maria Ines Flores
Ricardo Montalban ... Teniente
Carlos Orellana Carlos Orellana ... Neftali
Estela Inda ... Condesa de la cadena
Emma Roldán ... Sra. Galindo
Antonio Bravo Antonio Bravo ... Conde de la cadena
Miguel Inclán ... Miguel
Antonio R. Frausto Antonio R. Frausto ... Baldomero
Eugenia Galindo Eugenia Galindo ... Josefa
Sally Blane ... Mrs. Garland
Manuel Arvide Manuel Arvide ... Militar Frances
Ángel T. Sala Ángel T. Sala ... Coronel Frances
Fernando Rosales Fernando Rosales
Edmundo Espino Edmundo Espino ... Campesino
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A stagecoach full of conflictive passengers makes its dangerours way from Mexico to Veracruz during the days of the French Intervention.

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Adventure | Drama | War

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

1946 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Ucieczka See more »

Filming Locations:

Mexico

Company Credits

Production Co:

Producciones México See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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interesting film
11 October 2005 | by MEHGSTARSee all my reviews

Montalban plays a French or at least an Imperial officer in this film which tells several stories as a band of pro-Maximillian supporters are leaving Mexico as Juarez' troops approach.

One of the interesting footnotes to this film is that Sally Blain, sister of Loretta Young and of Georgina Young appears in it. She was soon to be Montalban's sister in law when the young Mexican actor married Georgina.

Montalban was dashing and handsome but his character was very one dimensional.

It was one of the rare Mexican movies that was semi-sympathetic to Emperor Maxmillian.


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