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Madness for Love

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Madness for Love
Locura de Amor.jpg
Screenshot from film
Directed byJuan de Orduña
Produced byCarlos Blanco
Alfredo Echegaray
José María Pemán
StarringAurora Bautista
Fernando Rey
Sara Montiel
Jorge Mistral
Jesús Tordesillas
Manuel Luna
CinematographyJosé F. Aguayo
Edited byJuan Serra
Music byJuan Quintero
Production
company
Distributed byCIFESA
Release date
8 October 1948 (Spain)
26 October 1950 (US)
Running time
112 minutes
CountrySpain
LanguageSpanish

Madness for Love (Spanish: Locura de amor) is a 1948 Spanish historical drama film directed by Juan de Orduña.[1]

The movie is based on the play La Locura de Amor written in 1855 by Manuel Tamayo y Baus around the figure of Queen Joanna of Castile; who attracted authors, composers, and artists of the romanticist movement, due to her characteristics of unrequited love, obsessive jealousy, and undying fidelity.

The film is also known as The Mad Queen. It was made by CIFESA, Spain's largest film company at the time, which turned out a number of historical films during the late 1940s. It was given an American release in 1950.

In 2001, Vicente Aranda made a remake titled Juana la Loca.

Plot summary

The story of Queen Joanna of Castile, known as "Juana la loca," and her husband Philip I of Castile, also known as "Philip the handsome."

Cast

References

  1. ^ Mira p.211

Bibliography

  • Mira, Alberto. Historical Dictionary of Spanish Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2010.

External links


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