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También de dolor se canta (1950)

TV-PG | | Comedy, Drama | 1 September 1950 (Mexico)
Braulio Peláez, un maestro de primaria, le causa un accidente a Alfonso Madrazo, un famoso actor. Cuando su hermana Luisa reconoce a Alfonso, le pide que la ayude a convertirse en estrella,... See full summary »

Director:

René Cardona

Writers:

René Cardona, Álvaro Custodio (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Pedro Infante ... Braulio Peláez
Guillermina Grin ... Elisa Miranda
Óscar Pulido Óscar Pulido ... Facundo Peláez
Irma Dorantes ... Luisa
Rafael Alcayde ... Alfonso del Madrazo (as Rafael Alcaide)
Famie Kaufman Famie Kaufman ... Daniela (as Vitola)
Florencio Castelló ... Señor Isaac
Alejandro Ciangherotti Alejandro Ciangherotti ... Director Borcellini
Armando Velasco Armando Velasco ... Adaptador
Alfredo Varela Alfredo Varela ... Novio de Luisa (as Alfredo Varela Jr.)
Luis Mussot Luis Mussot ... Señor director escuela
René Cardona Jr. René Cardona Jr. ... Estudiante
Jaime Calpe Jaime Calpe ... Juanito (as Jaime Calpe Jr.)
Germán Valdés ... Tin Tan
Antonio Badú ... Antonio Badú
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Braulio Peláez, un maestro de primaria, le causa un accidente a Alfonso Madrazo, un famoso actor. Cuando su hermana Luisa reconoce a Alfonso, le pide que la ayude a convertirse en estrella, pero quien termina protagonizando una película es Braulio.

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Comedy | Drama

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Pedro visita los estudios Tepeyac. (sort of "Gable visits Paramount")
19 September 2003 | by hawparks2See all my reviews

A nostalgic film in many ways, with great cameo appearances. The most notable is a brief argument he has with Tin Tan (playing himself), that just should last longer, but the one when he sings second in a duet with Pedro Vargas is undoubtedly the best version of "La negra noche". Oscar Pulido and the unforgettable Vitola are the indispensable ration of comedy and they are in top form. But to top it all, he ended up married in real life to his sister in this movie (Irma). It's great to see this kind of movies restored and digitally reproduced in DVD. Thank you. We need more of this to preserve all those wonderful Mexican movies of the 40's and early 50's.


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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

1 September 1950 (Mexico) See more »

Filming Locations:

Mexico

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Mier y Brooks See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA High Fidelity)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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