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Fray Don Juan
Directed byRené Cardona Jr.
Produced byAlberto López
Story byRené Cardona Jr.
Fernando Galiana
StarringMauricio Garcés
Lorena Velázquez
Norma Lazareno
Gina Romand
Barbara Angely
Luis Manuel Pelayo
Music byGustavo César Carrión
CinematographyÁlex Phillips Jr.
Edited byAlfredo Rosas Priego
Production
companies
Panamerican Films S.A.
Productora Fílmica Real
Release date
  • 25 June 1970 (1970-06-25) (Mexico)
Running time
87 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

Fray Don Juan ("Friar Don Juan" in English) is a 1970 Mexican sex comedy film directed by René Cardona Jr. and starring Mauricio Garcés in dual roles, one as a priest and the other as a womanizer.[1] It also stars Lorena Velázquez, Norma Lazareno, Gina Romand, Barbara Angely, and Luis Manuel Pelayo. It is one in a series of films that featured Garcés as an upper middle class ladies' man.[2][3][4][5]

Plot

A Dominican friar is wrapped in a tangled plot because he is mistaken for his estranged twin brother, who is a womanizer.

Cast

  • Mauricio Garcés as Juan Primero / Juan Segundo
  • Lorena Velázquez as Claudia, the Pilot's wife
  • Norma Lazareno as Graveyard Lady
  • Gina Romand as Caridad la de Camagüey
  • Barbara Warren as Supermarket Lady (credited as Barbara Angely)
  • Luis Manuel Pelayo as Sócrates, the Butler
  • Carlos Agostí as The Pilot
  • Susana Salvat as Girl at church
  • Eduardo Alcaraz (credited as Eduardo Arcaraz)
  • Irlanda Mora as Bank Teller
  • Carlos Nieto as The Doctor
  • Enrique Pontón
  • Alma Thelma (credited as Alma Thelma Domínguez)
  • José Chávez
  • Miguel Ángel Gómez

References

  1. ^ La Capital. 5. Editora Capitalina. 1970. p. 8.
  2. ^ Hernandez-Rodriguez, R. (2009). Splendors of Latin Cinema. ABC-CLIO. p. 65. ISBN 978-0-313-34978-2.
  3. ^ The New Orleans Review. 16. Loyola University. 1989. p. 67.
  4. ^ The New Orleans Review. 16. Loyola University. 1989. p. 68.
  5. ^ García, Gustavo; Coria, José Felipe (1997). Nuevo cine mexicano. Editorial Clío. p. 17. ISBN 9789686932690.

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