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Pulgarcito (1958)

Director:

René Cardona

Writers:

Charles Perrault (story "Le Petit Poucet") (as Perrault), René Cardona (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
María Elena Marqués ... The Princess (Ogre's Wife)
José Elías Moreno ... The Ogre
Cesáreo Quezadas 'Pulgarcito' Cesáreo Quezadas 'Pulgarcito' ... Pulgarcito (as Cesáreo Quezadas)
Manuel Dondé ... Matías
Nora Veryán Nora Veryán ... Madre
Rafael Banquells hijo Rafael Banquells hijo ... Pedro (as Rafael Banquells Jr.)
Bertha Rodríguez A. Bertha Rodríguez A.
Eduardo Rodríguez I. Eduardo Rodríguez I.
Rocío Rozales Rocío Rozales ... (as Rocío Rosales H.)
Gonzalo Carmona Gonzalo Carmona ... (as Gonzalo Carmona R.)
Martha Kendis Martha Kendis
Paquito Fernández Paquito Fernández ... Pablo (as Francisco Fdez. A.)
María Antonieta de las Nieves ... Flor (as Antonieta de las Nieves)
Arturo Álvarez Limón Arturo Álvarez Limón ... (as Arturo Alvarez L.)
Berta Castillón Berta Castillón ... (as Bertha Castillón G.)
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Taglines:

Imagination's Tiny-est Hero...in a GIANT of an Adventure! (1967)

Genres:

Family | Fantasy

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

1958 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Tom Thumb See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Clasa Films Mundiales See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA High Fidelity)

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Connections

Version of Tom Thumb (1909) See more »

Soundtracks

Vamos a Trabajar
Written by Raúl Lavista and René Cardona Jr. and Alfredo Zacarías
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Another bizarre and disturbing fairytale from Childhood Productions!
12 November 2000 | by Danny BonlerSee all my reviews

Well, this film is certainly one of the best fairy tales released by Childhood Productions, but then again that isn't saying very much. This film is best seen solely for laughs, although you'de be hard-pressed to find it anywhere nowadays. The acting is typically dire, the plot is the usual bizarre pastiche of old fairy tales, and Tom Thumb keeps changing size. I saw it here in Britain a few days ago on a program which makes fun of B-Movies... I thought that it was quite funny, but I expect that in it's complete form it would be torture to watch. My Advice: See Snow White and Rose Red, another Childhood Productions classic.


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