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El caballo blanco (1962)

Joselito makes a trip from Spain, when his Grandmother, who lives in a Mexican Village, demands his presence. While in the country, travelling on a Stagecoach towards his destination, the ... See full synopsis »

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Complete credited cast:
... Joselito
... Antonio Cueto
... Doña Refugio
... Julieta Aranda
... Félix
Eleazar García
Emilio Garibay
Rafael Banquells hijo
Carlos Suárez
Armando Acosta
José Pardavé
Rubén Márquez
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Joselito makes a trip from Spain, when his Grandmother, who lives in a Mexican Village, demands his presence. While in the country, travelling on a Stagecoach towards his destination, the vehicle is attacked by bandits. However, the boy escapes, and meets Antonio, who becomes a good friend.

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Il ritorno di Joselito  »

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Princesita
Music by José Padilla
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He will ride a white horse when he comes..
21 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

It was the first time Joselito had teamed up with another singer.It would continue in the follow-up "Bello recuerdo" with Libertad Lamarque. Unlike the latter,which had a rather interesting screenplay,this one is almost worthless.

Its subject is the rebuilding of a family ,a well-known tale,which had been used in almost every movie Joselito had made and would be used again afterward.It looks like a Spanish "western" and includes an attack against a diligence,a lonesome rider who puts horses over women and children,a strong grumpy granny ,a lovely schoolteacher and a "Romeo and Juliet" dream sequence which,like the musical scenes ,is mostly filler.

Coming just after the black and white "los dos gosfillos" and its atrocious ending,it was necessary to provide Joselito's audience with an optimistic harmless flick.


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