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Mexicanos al grito de guerra (1943)

Not Rated | | Biography, Drama, Romance | 21 October 1943 (Mexico)
In times of the French Intervention, a student of Nunó, author of the Mexican National Anthem, falls in love with the niece of the French Ambassador, which causes quite amusing complications.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Pedro Infante ... Lt. Luis Sandoval
Lina Montes Lina Montes ... Esther Dubois
Miguel Inclán ... President Benito Juárez
Miguel Arenas Miguel Arenas ... Conde Dubois de Saligny
Miguel Ángel Ferriz ... Gen. Ignacio Zaragoza
Carlos Riquelme ... Francisco González Bocanegra
Salvador Carrasco Salvador Carrasco ... Jaime Nunó
Margarita Cortés Margarita Cortés ... Lupe
Salvador Quiroz Salvador Quiroz ... Antonio López de Santa Anna
Armando Soto La Marina ... Pastelero
Arturo Soto Rangel ... Sandoval, Papá de Luis
Ricardo Carti Ricardo Carti ... Gen. Almonte
Ramón G. Larrea Ramón G. Larrea ... Gen. Jurien
Pedro Elviro Pedro Elviro ... Lombardini
Francisco Jambrina ... Gen. Juan Prim
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In times of the French Intervention, a student of Nunó, author of the Mexican National Anthem, falls in love with the niece of the French Ambassador, which causes quite amusing complications.

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

21 October 1943 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Mexicans to the Yell of War See more »

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Viva Mexico
14 September 2005 | by andrescardenasgSee all my reviews

One of the great problems with the Latin culture, is its lack of patriotism. Latinamerican people, with Mexico pretty much as a leader, do not have a real National pride. We like to follow other nations and never stop to think that we have much to be proud of. This movie, written and co-directed by a great author, Alvaro Galvez y Fuentes, gives us a great opportunity to feel the real meaning of patriotism. The movie itself is nothing extraordinary, but the intention of having Mexicans enter into the deep sentiment of pride in our past is very obvious. This movie shows in a very novelistic manner the story of how Mexico went from a great political disorder to an even greater one due to the many politics that existed at the time. The final scenes of the "5 de Mayo" battle give us some tragic/dramatic scenes of what supposedly happened then. Nothing great, but this movie is a must see picture for Mexicans.


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