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Cleopatra Was Candida

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Cleopatra Was Candida
Directed byJulio Saraceni
Written byAbel Santacruz
Rodolfo Torrado Estrada (play)
Produced byCarmelo Santiago
CinematographyAmérico Hoss
Edited byJorge Gárate
Music byLucio Milena
Distributed byArgentina Sono Film
Release date
23 April 1964
Running time
90 minutes

Cleopatra Was Candida (Spanish:Cleopatra era Cándida) is a 1964 Argentine comedy film directed by Julio Saraceni and starring Niní Marshall, Juan Verdaguer and Tito Lusiardo.[1]


  • Niní Marshall as Cleopatra García Pérez a.k.a. Cándida
  • Juan Verdaguer as Florencio Ferrari
  • Tito Lusiardo as Valentín a.k.a. Dr. Arévalo
  • Amelia Vargas as Berta
  • Johnny Tedesco as Johnny
  • Estela Molly as Catalina
  • Vicente Rubino as Distéfano
  • Tristan as Fermín
  • Mario Savino
  • Orestes Soriani
  • Susana Ferrer
  • Otto Weber
  • Héctor Fuentes
  • Ego Brunoldi
  • Juan Carlos Cevallos
  • Jesús Pampín


  1. ^ Plazaola p.187


  • Plazaola, Luis Trelles. South American Cinema. La Editorial, UPR, 1989.

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