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Amor perdido
Directed byMiguel Morayta
Written byGuadalupe González
Victor Mora
Produced byGustavo de León
Antonio Nicolay
StarringAmalia Aguilar
Víctor Junco
Tito Novaro
CinematographyEzequiel Carrasco
Music byJorge Pérez
Release date
  • May 24, 1951 (1951-05-24) (México)
Running time
101 min
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

Amor perdido (Lost Love) is a 1951 Mexican drama film directed by Miguel Morayta and starring Amalia Aguilar and Víctor Junco. The plot is inspired by the famous bolero of the same name by Pedro Flores.

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Plot

A young rumba dancer named Amalia (Amalia Aguilar), is supported by her friend, a young composer named Ernesto (Tito Novaro) to become a cabaret dancer. She meets and falls in love with the gangster Luis (Victor Junco). She has an accident on her face caused by the jealous lover of Luis, Celia (Yadira Jiménez), and has to wear a maskso she decides to leave without telling anyone. The gangster discovers her dancing in a cabaret and decides to kill her, not knowing the reason for her disappearance.[1]

Cast

References

  1. ^ Las rumberas del Cine Mexicano. Editorial televisa. p. 51.

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