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Amor salvaje
Directed byJuan Orol
Produced byJuan Orol
Written byJosé G. Cruz
Juan Orol
StarringRosa Carmina
Víctor Junco
Dalia Iñiguez
Music byJosé M. peñaranda
Antonio Rosado
CinematographyDomingo Carrillo
Distributed byEspaña Sono Films
Release date
April 6, 1950 (México)
Running time
86 min

Amor salvaje (Wild Love) is a Mexican drama film directed by Juan Orol. It was released in 1950 and starring Rosa Carmina and Víctor Junco.


Alma Luz (Rosa Carmina) leaves Panama to go live with her aunt Antonia (Dalia Iñiguez) and Manuel (Victor Junco), her husband in México. There she meets Julio (José Pulido), who tries to conquer her, but she rejects him because she is in love with Manuel. Julio to learn the relationship between her and her uncle, faces Manuel causing a tragedy.[1]



About this film the Cuban-Mexican actress Rosa Carmina reveals: This film has a very strong argument to something like La Malquerida. An insane love between the niece and the aunt's husband. At that time this was very strong, now we die of laughter. The argument was written by José G. Cruz. We shot a lot with José G. Cruz; he is a person who has the gift to reach out to the people, to the public. He has that magic wand to know what you like and what you dislike. His arguments are classic comics of the popular culture.

In this film Rosa Carmina dances a Joropo that was written for her:

I'm going to Havana and never come back, because Carmina's love will kill me...

Rosa Carmina also revealed: I learned to dance joropo, wearing maracas in my sandals and poured sugar on the floor to set the pace.[2]


  1. ^ FilmAffinity: Sinopsis de Amor salvaje
  2. ^ Las Reinas del Trópico. Grupo Azabache. p. 213.

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