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Daughter of Deceit

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Daughter of Deceit
Theatrical poster
Directed byLuis Buñuel
Written byLuis Alcoriza
Produced byÓscar Dancigers
StarringFernando Soler
Alicia Caro
Fernando Soto
Rubén Rojo
Lily Aclemar
CinematographyJose Ortiz Ramos
Music byManuel Esperon
Release date
  • 29 August 1951 (1951-08-29) (Mexico)
Running time
78 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

Daughter of Deceit (Spanish: La hija del engaño) is a 1951 Mexican film directed by Luis Buñuel, written by Luis and Janet Alcoriza and starring Fernando Soler, Alicia Caro and Fernando Soto.[1] It is based on the farce Don Quintín, el amargao by Carlos Arniches and Antonio Estremera.[2]

The film is part of the "generic, assembly-line pictures that Buñuel was offered to direct" while he was making films in Mexico.[2] Buñuel had previously been a scriptwriter, although uncredited, for an earlier film adaptation of Don Quintín, el amargao made in his native Spain in 1935.[1][2][3][4][5] As a result, it is the only work of which Buñuel made two versions.

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Plot

Don Quintin, a man who is always having economic problems, one day comes home to find his wife in bed with another man. He begins having doubts about the paternity of his daughter and decides to leave. Years later he decides to find her.

Cast

  • Fernando Soler as Quintín Guzmán
  • Alicia Caro as Martha
  • Fernando Soto as Angelito
  • Rubén Rojo as Paco
  • Nacho Contla as Jonrón
  • Amparo Garrido as Jovita
  • Lily Aclemar as María
  • Álvaro Matute as Julio
  • Roberto Meyer as Lencho García
  • Conchita Gentil Arcos as Toña García
  • Francisco Ledesma as Don Laureano, bartender
  • Armando Acosta as Waiter (uncredited)
  • Armando Arriola as Gambler (uncredited)
  • Victorio Blanco as Gambler (uncredited)
  • Lupe Carriles as Woman on the street (uncredited)
  • Enrique Carrillo as Policeman (uncredited)
  • Gerardo del Castillo as Cabaret announcer (uncredited)
  • Enedina Díaz de León as Neighbor (uncredited)
  • José Escanero as Gambler (uncredited)
  • Jesús García as Onlooker in accident (uncredited)
  • Isabel Herrera como Onlooker in accident (uncredited).
  • Cecilia Leger as Neighbor (uncredited).
  • Xavier Loyá as Young gambler (uncredited)
  • Pepe Martínez como Bartender (uncredited)
  • Lucrecia Muñoz as Client in cabaret (uncredited)
  • Rubén Márquez as Man dancing in cabaret (uncredited)
  • Ignacio Peón as Client (uncredited)
  • Jorge Pérez as Gossipy young man (uncredited)
  • Salvador Quiroz as Manager at train station (uncredited)
  • Polo Ramos as Messenger (uncredited)
  • Joaquín Roche as Man in restaurant (uncredited)
  • Félix Samper as Old man kicked (uncredited)
  • Hernán Vera as Lencho's friend (uncredited)
  • Acela Vidaurri as Client in cabaret (uncredited)

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Durgnat, Raymond (1977). Luis Bunuel. University of California Press. p. 171. ISBN 0-520-03424-4.
  2. ^ a b c Acevedo-Muñoz, Ernesto R. (2003). Buñuel and Mexico: The Crisis of National Cinema. University of California Press. p. 94. ISBN 0-520-93048-7.
  3. ^ Fuentes, Víctor (2000). Los mundos de Buñuel (in Spanish). Ediciones AKAL. p. 75. ISBN 84-460-1450-5.
  4. ^ Bermúdez, Xavier (2000). Buñuel: espejo y sueño (in Spanish). Ediciones de la Mirada. p. 122. ISBN 84-95196-13-1. Supondría para don Luis el segundo encuentro con dicha obra […] [It would suppose for Don Luis the second encounter with said work […]]
  5. ^ Filmhistoria (in Spanish). Vol. 10. Promociones y Publicaciones Universitarias. 2000. p. 80. La hija del engaño (1951), primera de esta serie de cintas, es una especie de remake de Don Quintín el amargao, la película producida años atrás en España por la empresa Filmófono y basada a su vez en un sainete de Carlos Arniches […] [La hija del engaño (1951), the first of this series of films, is a kind of remake of Don Quintín el amargao, the film produced years ago in Spain by the company Filmofono and based in turn on a farce by Carlos Arniches […]]

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