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He Who Died of Love

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He Who Died of Love
Directed byJosé Díaz Morales
Written byTito Davison
Théophile Gautier
Carlos León
Antonio Momplet
Miguel Morayta
StarringRosario Granados
Julio Villarreal
Hilde Krüger
Music byElías Breeskin
CinematographyIgnacio Torres
Edited byMario González
Production
company
Los Artistas Asociados
Release date
8 November 1945
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

He Who Died of Love (Spanish:El que murió de amor) is a 1945 Mexican fantasy comedy film directed by Miguel Morayta. It stars Julián Soler, Luis Aldás, and Hilde Krüger.[1] The film's sets were designed by the art director Luis Moya.

Cast

  • Julián Soler as Conde Octavio de Reminsky
  • Luis Aldás as Carlos Verlan
  • Hilde Krüger as Condesa María
  • Amparo Morillo as Elisa
  • Fanny Schiller as Tía Rita
  • Pita Amor as Julia
  • Rosa Castro as Tía de Carlos
  • Jorge Trevino as General Sibelius
  • Conchita Carracedo as Lolita, criada
  • Fernando Cortés as Dr. Aladino Jr.
  • Norma Ancira
  • Alejandro Ciangherotti as Narrator
  • Julio Daneri as Padrino en duelo
  • Ángel Di Stefani as Invitado a recepción
  • José Escanero as Empleado del conde
  • Ana María Hernández as Invitada a recepción
  • Ramón G. Larrea as Médico
  • Héctor Mateos as Padrino de duelo
  • Manuel Pozos
  • José Ignacio Rocha as Anciano indigente
  • Joaquín Roche as Mayordomo

References

  1. ^ Riera, Emilio García (1 January 1990). Los Hermanos Soler (in Spanish). Universidad de Guadalajara, Centro de Investigación y Enseñanza Cinematográficas. p. 112. ISBN 978-968-895-090-6.

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