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La casa de las muchachas

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La casa de las muchachas
Directed byFernando Cortés
Produced byFernando Cortés
Lucho Gatica
Screenplay byAlfredo Varela
Fernando Cortés
Based ona play by Juan Vaszary and Juan José de Arteche
StarringAmparo Rivelles
Enrique Rambal
Maura Monti
Gilda Mirós
Malú Reyes
Music bySergio Guerrero
CinematographyRoberto Jaramillo
Edited bySergio Soto
Production
companies
Producciones Fernando J. Cortés, S.A.
Release date
  • 30 October 1969 (1969-10-30) (Mexico)
Running time
110 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

La casa de las muchachas (Spanish: "The House of the Girls") is a 1969 Mexican comedy film directed by Fernando Cortés and starring Amparo Rivelles, Enrique Rambal, Maura Monti, Gilda Mirós and Malú Reyes.[1][2][3]

Plot

A Mexican, winner of the Nobel Prize, returns to the town where he was born. The local authorities, in tribute, decide to place a plaque on the house where he was born, only to realize that his birthplace is now the local brothel. Consequently, they try to ask the madame to leave the house with her prostitutes and she refuses, but when the honoree arrives, she and her pupils pass themselves as a widow and her decent daughters. From there, the man involuntarily transforms the brothel into a decent house.

Reparto

References

  1. ^ García Riera, Emilio (1998). Breve historia del cine mexicano: primer siglo, 1897-1997. Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografía. p. 1967. ISBN 9789685096003.
  2. ^ García Riera, Emilio (1986). Historia del cine mexicano. Secretaría de Educación Pública. p. 280.
  3. ^ Amador, María Luisa; Ayala Blanco, Jorge (1986). Cartelera cinematográfica, 1960-1969. Centro Universitario de Estudios Cinematográficos, UNAM. p. 415. ISBN 9789688379455.

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