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Mexico in Flames ()

Krasnye kolokola, film pervyy - Meksika v ogne (original title)
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A chronicle of the Russian and Mexican revolutions in the early 20th century.

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John Reed
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Mabel Dodge
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Emiliano Zapata
Heraclio Zepeda
Jorge Reynoso ...
Pancho Villa
Roberto Ruy
Erika Carlsson ...
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Trinidad Esclava
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ministr Nikitin
Igor Ivanov ...
Red Guard Sviridov

Directed by

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Sergey Bondarchuk

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Sergey Bondarchuk ... ()
 
Valentin Ezhov ... () (as V. Ezhov)
 
Ricardo Garibay ... ()
 
Carlos Ortiz Tejeda ... ()
 
John Reed ... (book)

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Jorge Eras

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Vadim Yusov

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Mario Morra

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Giantito Burchiellaro
Francisco Magaena
Levan Shengeliya

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Olga Kruchinina

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Pablo Buelna ... production manager

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Yuri Mikhajlov ... sound

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'Chema' Hernandez ... head wrangler: Mexico (uncredited)
'Chico' Hernandez ... wrangler: Mexico (uncredited)

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Also Known As
  • Campanas rojas (Mexico)
  • Krasnye kolokola (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Красные колокола, фильм первый - Мексика в огне (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Red Bells Part I: Mexico on Fire (Europe, English title)
  • Mexico in Flames (United States)
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  • 135 min
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Trivia Stars Nero and Andress had dated briefly some years before working together on this project. See more »
Goofs Just before Zapata's first big battle in the film, he is shown eating a crispy shelled taco. Tacos in that form/shape didn't exist until *maybe* 1948, and weren't popular until the 1960's. Some were fried as far back as that, but they weren't preformed to the classic U shape, and wouldn't have the classic contemporary crunch when he bites into it. See more »
Movie Connections Followed by Red Bells Part II: Ten Days That Shook the World (1983). See more »

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