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Captain Poison (1943 film)

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Captain Poison
Directed byHenri Martinent
Written byPedro Antonio de Alarcón (novel)
Enrique Amorim
Ramón Gómez Macía
StarringLuis Sandrini
Rosa Rosen
Bertha Moss
CinematographyRoque Funes
Edited byOscar Carchano
Music byAlberto Soifer
Production
company
Establecimientos Filmadores Argentinos
Distributed byEstablecimientos Filmadores Argentinos
Release date
31 March 1943
Running time
90 minutes
CountryArgentina
LanguageSpanish

Captain Poison (Spanish: Capitán Veneno) is a 1943 Argentine historical comedy drama film directed by Henri Martinent and starring Luis Sandrini, Rosa Rosen and Bertha Moss. It is based on a novel of the same title by Pedro Antonio de Alarcón. A 1951 Spanish film Captain Poison was also based on the novel.

The film's sets were designed by the art director Juan Manuel Concado.

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