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La locura del rock and roll (1957)

Director:

Fernando Méndez

Writers:

Pancho Córdova (adaptation), José Luis de Celis (story) (as Jose Luis Celis C.)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Lilia Prado ... Teresa García
Lilia Guízar Lilia Guízar ... Lilia
Otilia Larrañaga Otilia Larrañaga
Gloria Ríos Gloria Ríos ... Gloria
Juan García Esquivel Juan García Esquivel ... Juan
Evita Muñoz 'Chachita'
Marina Camacho Marina Camacho ... Marina (as Marina Camacho Estabillo)
Edmundo Mendoza Edmundo Mendoza ... (as Edmundo Mendoza Esqueda)
Susana Cabrera Susana Cabrera ... Susy
Pancho Córdova Pancho Córdova ... don Rubén
Vicente Oroná Jr. Vicente Oroná Jr. ... (as Vicente Orona Brillas)
Salomon Walerstein Salomon Walerstein
Fernando Celis Fernando Celis ... (as Fernando Celis B.)
Consuelo Monteagudo Consuelo Monteagudo ... doña Belinda (as Consuelo Monteagudo de Mejorada)
Irma Castillón Irma Castillón ... Lichita (as niña Irma Castillon Godinez)
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Genres:

Musical | Comedy

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

29 March 1957 (Mexico) See more »

Filming Locations:

Mexico

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Mono
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El Relojito
Written by Mario Patrón
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Typical Mexican college students' of the 50s portrayed here
8 February 2006 | by agcpmtn-1See all my reviews

I saw this movie on TV some time ago, and I'd like to watch it again. It is quite similar to others produced in Mexico in the 50s, the Rock 'n Roll influence from the USA on the Mexican youth. It shows the Mexico University newer facility as it was, brand new. It doesn't have much for acting; good one liners, some good comedians act here. The fact that makes this film unique, is that Juan García Esquivel (Esquivel!, space pop age band leader) appears here, does some acting, and performs a couple of songs. One of them is the Mexican release of Vereda Tropical, with chorus and his orchestra, which is an indicator of the path that Esquivel would take when he was called by the RCA record company to make recordings for them in stereo. If you never saw Esquivel perform, this might be of interest.


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