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Corazón salvaje (1968)

Francisco Alcazar is a wealthy landowner, who owns sugar cane fields. Francisco is married to Sofia, a severe and uncompassionate woman, with whom he has a son named Andres. Before his ... See full summary »

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Tito Davison
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Julio Alemán ... Juan del Diablo
Angélica María ... Mónica Molnar
Manuel Gil ... Renato
Beatriz Baz Beatriz Baz ... Doña Sofía
Miguel Macía Miguel Macía ... Don Noel
José Baviera José Baviera ... Don Tomás, señor gobernador
Sara Guasch ... Doña Catalina (as Sara Guash)
Sandra Chávez Sandra Chávez ... Janina
Rafael Llamas Rafael Llamas ... Capitán Francisco Cañas Marín
Antonio Bravo Antonio Bravo ... Sr. Presidente del juicio
Consuelo Frank ... Madre abadesa
Carlos Agostí ... Abogado defensor
Eduardo MacGregor Eduardo MacGregor ... Secretario en juicio
Víctor Alcocer ... Bautista
Antonio Raxel Antonio Raxel
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Francisco Alcazar is a wealthy landowner, who owns sugar cane fields. Francisco is married to Sofia, a severe and uncompassionate woman, with whom he has a son named Andres. Before his marriage to Sofia, Francisco had an affair with a married woman who was physically abused by her husband. The woman became pregnant and died when the child was 3 years old. This love-child is, in fact, Francisco's true firstborn. Written by morroviolet

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

22 August 1968 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Divlje srce See more »

Filming Locations:

Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico See more »

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Clasa Films Mundiales See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color
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enjoyable. Follows the books very closely, as compared to tv series
13 March 2001 | by martaivettSee all my reviews

Julio Aleman gives his own personal touch to the character of Juan. Angelica Maria was perfect for the Monica role. Plot follows very closely the story as written by Caridad Bravo Adams, up until almost the end of the second book. Movie is only an hour and a half long so it cannot cover the complexities of book 3. Understandably. Good enjoyable movie, whether you have read the books or seen the tv series or not.


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