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Cándida (1939 film)

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Directed byLuis Bayon Herrera
Written byLuis Bayon Herrera
Produced byLuis Bayon Herrera
Release date
  • 1939 (1939)

Cándida is a 1939 Argentine musical film drama directed by Luis Bayon Herrera. The tango film premiered in Buenos Aires, and starred Juan Carlos Thorry.[1][2]

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Cándida Villar is a clumsy Galician maid who speaks improperly, get a lot of troubles in all the conversations with her bosses, simple and straightforward who from night to morning becomes the most lucky woman of the word because she met a hilarious gallery of character in an art gallery.



  1. ^ Encyclopedia of Contemporary Latin American and Caribbean Cultures1134788525 Daniel Balderston, Mike Gonzalez, Ana M. Lopez - 2002 Also significant, however, were the pachuco character personified by Tin Tan in Mexico, the brilliant comedienne, Nini Marshall (as either of her immigrant ethnic characters, 'Catita' or 'Candida') and Luis Sandrini in Argentina; Grande Otelo and Oscarito, the chanchada pair, and Mazzaropi, the caipira, in Brazil. By the 1960s and 1970s the Latin American 'star system' fell apart alongside the collapse of the traditional studio mode of production. Contemporary stars are more likely to ...
  2. ^ The Cambridge Companion to Modern Latin American Culture 0521636515 John King - 2004 The Argentine Nini Marshall frequently reprised several stock characters including Catita, the foul-mouthed disruptive daughter of Italian immigrants and Candida, the gallega (Spanish) maid. In Brazil, the stars of chanchada and other film genres were Oscarito and Grande Otelo, who played quite subtly with hill-billy and racial stereotypes. Comedy remained a redoubt for national and popular sentiment in the face of Hollywood, a source of pride that there was a 'we', a community, who .

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