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Fantasmas asustados

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Fantasmas asustados
Fantasmas asustados.jpg
Directed byCarlos Rinaldi
Written byMaximo Aguirre, René Múgica
Produced byEduardo Bedoya
StarringRafael Carret, Jorge Luz
CinematographyFrancis Boeniger
Edited byAtilio Rinaldi, Raúl Rinaldi
Music byTito Ribero
Distributed byArtistas Argentinos Asociados 
Release date
18 May 1951
Running time
63 minutes

Fantasmas asustados is a 1951 Argentine comedy film directed by Carlos Rinaldi, featuring the Los Cinco Grandes del Buen Humor (Five Greats of Good Humor) group of comic actors.[1] It stars Rafael Carret, Jorge Luz, Zelmar Gueñol, Guillermo Rico and Juan Carlos Cambón.[2] It is noted for its early use (for Argentina) of female impersonation as a comic device.[3] The film portrays Mexicans as comic characters. Jorge Negrete in particular is satirised.[1]


  • Rafael Carret - Pato
  • Jorge Luz - Jorge
  • Zelmar Gueñol - Zelmar
  • Guillermo Rico - Guille
  • Juan Carlos Cambón - Cambón
  • Susana Campos - Liliana Elizalde
  • Marcelino Ornat - Julio César Andreotti
  • Susana Vargas - Sra. Andreotti
  • Alberto Barcel - Bruno
  • Jorge Villoldo - Antonio
  • Eduardo de Labar - Laucha
  • Rafael Salvatore - Nene
  • Diego Marcote - Police
  • José Dorado - Raúl
  • César Mariño - Comisario
  • Alfonso Pisano
  • Carlos Campagnale - Boy camping
  • María V. de Blasco - Paralytic
  • Carlos Enríquez - Butler


  1. ^ a b García Riera, Emilio (1987). México visto por el cine extranjero, Volume 3 (in Spanish). Universidad de Guadalajara. p. 147. ISBN 9789684113152.
  2. ^ "Fantasmas asustados" (in Spanish). Retrieved 16 November 2018.
  3. ^ Currie K. Thompson, Picturing Argentina: Myths, Movies, and the Peronist Vision, Cambria Press, 2014 ISBN 1604978791.

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