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La patrulla chiflada

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La patrulla chiflada
La patrulla chifla 1952.jpg
Film poster
Directed byCarlos Rinaldi
Written byMáximo Aguirre
CinematographyFrancis Boeniger
Edited byAtilio Rinaldi
Music byTito Ribero
Distributed byArtistas Argentinos Asociados
Release date
17 June 1952
Running time
80 minutes

La Patrulla chiflada is a 1952 Argentine adventure comedy film set in Africa,[1] directed by Carlos Rinaldi and featuring the Los Cinco Grandes del Buen Humor (Five Greats of Good Humor) group of comic actors.[2] It stars Rafael Carret, Jorge Luz, Zelmar Gueñol, Guillermo Rico and Juan Carlos Cambón.[3]


The film begins with the Five aboard a ship sailing to Africa. The group later cross the desert on camel and the jungle and stay in a palace.



Raúl Manrupe and María Alejandra Portela in their book Un diccionario de films argentinos (1930-1995) opined that La patrulla chiflada was one of the best films of the group, "well directed and contained by Rinaldi, with good gags".[4]


  1. ^ Cine argentino: modernidad y vanguardias, 1957/1983, Volume 1 (in Spanish). Fondo Nacional De Las Arts. 2005. ISBN 9789509807884.
  2. ^ Couselo, Jorge Miguel (1984). Historia del cine argentino (in Spanish). Centro Editor de América Latina. p. 105. ISBN 9789502501055.
  3. ^ "La patrulla chiflada" (in Spanish). Retrieved 16 November 2018.
  4. ^ Manrupe, Raúl; Portela, María Alejandra (2001). Un diccionario de films argentinos (1930-1995) (in Spanish). Buenos Aires: Editorial Corregidor. p. 451.CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link)

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