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El valle de los miserables

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El valle de los miserables
Directed byRené Cardona Jr.
Produced byGustavo Bravo Ahuja
Written byEnrique Albuerne (novel)
René Cardona Jr.
Jorge Patiño
StarringMario Almada
Ana Luisa Peluffo
Alma Muriel
Silvia Mariscal
Music byGustavo César Carrión
CinematographyDaniel López Santos
Edited byAlfredo Rosas Priego
Distributed byCONACINE
Release date
  • 12 June 1975 (1975-06-12)
Running time
110 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

El valle de los miserables (English: The valley of the miserable) is a 1975 Mexican drama film. Based in the novel El Valle Nacional by Enrique Albuerne.

Synopsis

In 1909, the former Judge Cristobal Zamarripa Zamarripa is the owner of the Valle Nacional, the a plantation where snuff exploits workers, supported by the tyrant Porfirio Diaz, who sends political prisoners as slaves. Others are engaged with the promise of high wages, but end up owing all to the company store. All are tortured, raped or killed when they protest. Another rancher (whose brother was killed by Zamarripa), will be punished, but flees and becomes revolutionary. The Zamarripa minions betray each other and they flee of the revolutionaries,[clarification needed] led by fugitive landowner. The prisoners, upon release, massacred all the Zamarripa Family.[1]

Cast

  • Mario Almada ... Don Cristobal Zamarripa
  • Ana Luisa Peluffo ... Concepción Zamarripa
  • Silvia Mariscal ... Margarita Zamarripa
  • Alma Muriel ... Marina Guzmán
  • Fernando Almada ... Verduguillo
  • Ricardo Carrión ... Dr. Felipe Álvarez
  • Marianne Sauvage ... Lydia Zamarripa
  • Hugo Stiglitz ... Felipe Aguirre
  • Jorge Russek ... Pancracio
  • René Cardona ... Don Luis Aguirre
  • Roberto "Flaco" Guzmán ... Chico
  • Guillermo Álvarez Bianchi ... Don Casimiro
  • Jose Carlos Ruiz ... Tío Chinto
  • Famie Kauffmann "Vitola" ... Doña Vírgen
  • Farnesio de Bernal ... Sacerdote
  • Juan Jose Martínez Casado ... Don Crispín

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