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Las seis suegras de Barba Azul

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Las seis suegras de Barba Azul
Las seis suegras de Barba Azul 1945.jpg
Directed byCarlos Hugo Christensen
Written byCésar Tiempo
StarringPepe Arias, Guillermo Battaglia and Alberto Contreras
Music byGeorge Andreani
CinematographyAlfredo Traverso
Edited byNello Melli, A. Rampoldi
Release date
  • 10 August 1945 (1945-08-10) (Argentina)
Running time
84 minutes

Las seis suegras de Barba Azul (Bluebeard's Six Mothers-in-Law) is a 1945 black and white Argentine comedy film directed by Carlos Hugo Christensen.


The black and white Lumiton production was directed by Carlos Hugo Christensen and written by César Tiempo. It starred Pepe Arias, Guillermo Battaglia and Alberto Contreras. It was released in Argentina on 10 August 1945.[1]


A man who has been widowed six times is living with his six mothers-in-law. He looks for a new wife.


La Nación praised Christensen's direction, moving the plot of the farce along easily. It said that Pepe Arias played one of his most interesting film roles. Carlos Inzillo in Queridos Filipipones said that Christensen's film, perhaps influenced by Marcel Pagnol or René Clair, proceeds slowly and engages in manners ... this is a more intellectual role for Pepe ... different from his usual stereotype.[2]

Complete cast

The complete cast was:[1]




  • "Bluebeard's Six Mothers-in-Law". IMDb. Retrieved 2014-06-05.
  • Manrupe, Raúl; Portela, María Alejandra (2001). Un diccionario de films argentinos (1930-1995). Buenos Aires: Corregidor. ISBN 950-05-0896-6.
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