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El derecho de nacer (film)

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El derecho de nacer
Theatrical release poster
Directed byZacarías Gómez Urquiza
Written byFélix B. Caignet (adapted by Ramón Pérez Peláez and Jesús Galindo)
Produced byJesús Galindo and Pedro Galindo
StarringGloria Marín, Jorge Mistral, José Luis Moreno, Julián Soler, Gloria Alonso, Eugenia Galindo, Martha Roth
Music byRaúl Lavista and Félix B. Caignet
Release date
June 27, 1952
Running time
90 minutes

El derecho de nacer ("The Right to Be Born") is a 1952 Mexican film directed by Zacarías Gómez Urquiza and starring Gloria Marín, Jorge Mistral and Martha Roth.[1] It is based on a Cuban radionovela (radioplay) of the same name by Félix B. Caignet.[2] The movie broke box office records in Mexico when it was first released; during its release in Mexico City in June 1952, it was shown at the downtown Cine Orfeón for seven straight weeks.[1]


María Teresa (Bárbara Gil) is a wealthy young woman who finds herself unmarried and pregnant. She approaches a doctor (Jorge Mistral) to obtain an abortion with the hopes of avoiding a scandal that would affect her family. The doctor, hoping to convince her otherwise, flashes back to an incident of his life to explain his "right to life" stance.



  1. ^ a b Agrasánchez, p. 130.
  2. ^ Agrasánchez, p. 20.


  • Agrasánchez, Rogelio. Mexican Movies in the United States: A History of the Films, Theaters, and Audiences, 1920-1960. McFarland, 2006.

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