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Little Love of My Life (1952)

Ahí viene Martín Corona (original title)
Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Western | 1952 (USA)
Martin Corona (Infante) and Eulalio Gonzalez "Piporro" are local heroes that help the poor, the unfortunate and women in need. But Carmen Linares and Rosario Medina - double character - ... See full summary »


Miguel Zacarías




Credited cast:
Pedro Infante ... Martín Corona
Sara Montiel ... Rosario
Eulalio González ... Piporro
Armando Silvestre ... Emeterio
Florencio Castelló ... Serafín Delgado
José Pulido José Pulido ... Diego
Ángel Infante Ángel Infante ... Lencho
José Jiménez Jiménez José Jiménez Jiménez ... (as José Alfredo Jiménez)
Antonio Bribiesca Antonio Bribiesca
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Julio Ahuet Julio Ahuet
Antonio Manuel Arjona Antonio Manuel Arjona
Guillermo Calles Guillermo Calles
Emilio Garibay Emilio Garibay
Blanca Marroquín Blanca Marroquín
Miguel A. Peña Miguel A. Peña


Martin Corona (Infante) and Eulalio Gonzalez "Piporro" are local heroes that help the poor, the unfortunate and women in need. But Carmen Linares and Rosario Medina - double character - performed in by Sara Montiel won't fall for Martin Corona's charms. Infante sings "Cuando el destino", "Copa tras copa" and "Carta a Eufemia". Jose Alfredo Jimenez sings "Paloma Querida" and "El Corrido de Martin Corona". Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Western


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This movie is based on a popular radio series. Eulalio González played "Piporro", an old cowboy who was Martin Corona's partner and mentor. When the producers decided to make the movie, they wanted an old and renowed actor to play the part, since González was only 31 years old. But Infante was so sure that his friend could act as an old man, that he strongly recommended him. Eulalio not only played the part well, but he gained fame and sympathetic from the audiences all over latinamerica. The role had such impact, that Eulalio González was best known as "Piporro" until his death. See more »


Followed by El Enamorado Martin Corona (1952) See more »


Canción del Ole
Written by Antonio Quintero, Rafael de León and Manuel L. Quiroga (as Manuel Quiroga)
Performed by Sara Montiel
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Here Comes....Piporro!!
21 August 2006 | by treada73See all my reviews

Martin Corona,a Kind of Mexican Robin Hood or Don Quijote is performed by Pedro Infante in this film, with Eulalio Gonzalez "Piporro" as his old loyal squire in his first important role in his career and he does not demerit ,however have such important star as Pedro Infante at the top of his career, together made a very sympathetic couple and support the good office of Miguel Zacarias to get ,maybe his most important movie with Pedro Infante among the seven that they filmed together.

Zacarias got(maybe without intention)several memorable points in favor of his movie, for example to join for second time the international Spain actress Sarita Montiel and Infante(both had worked together for Miguel Zacarias in Necesito Dinero),to have the most popular song writer at that time, even acting in the movie(obviously almost an extra!),Jose Alfredo Jimenez, to give the opportunity of a young and charismatic actor interpreting an old man,Piporro, and the prestigious cinematographer Gabriel Figueroa with his beautiful views, all these ingredients more than its predictable plot made this film almost unforgettable.

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Release Date:

1952 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Amorcito de mi Vida See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Alta Fidelidad)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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