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My General's Women

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My General's Women
My General's Women.jpg
Directed byIsmael Rodríguez
Written byJoselito Rodríguez
Celestino Gorostiza
Ismael Rodríguez
Pedro de Urdimalas
StarringPedro Infante
Lilia Prado
Chula Prieto
CinematographyJosé Ortiz Ramos
Edited byFernando Martínez
Production
company
Producciones Rodríguez Hermanos
Release date
13 July 1951
Running time
112 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

My General's Women (Spanish: Las mujeres de mi general) is a 1951 Mexican drama film directed by Ismael Rodríguez and starring Pedro Infante, Lilia Prado and Chula Prieto.[1]

The film's sets were designed by the art director José Rodríguez Granada.

Cast

  • Pedro Infante as General Juan Zepeda
  • Lilia Prado as Lupe
  • Chula Prieto as Carlota
  • Miguel Manzano as Coronel Domingo Vargas
  • Miguel Inclán as Blas
  • Arturo Soto Rangel as Don Jelipe
  • Lupe Inclán as Tacha
  • Alberto Catalá as Marco Polo
  • Miguel Ángel López as Romulito
  • Pedro de Urdimalas as Salas
  • Ángel Infante as Sarmiento, el traidor
  • Jorge Mondragon as Fermín Mendoza
  • Luis Aragón as Soldado
  • Daniel Arroyo as Invitado al baile
  • Guillermo Bravo Sosa as Invitado al baile
  • José Chávez as Sargento
  • Roberto Corell as Alcalde
  • Guillermo Cramer as Invitado al baile
  • Pedro Elviro as Invitado al baile
  • Rogelio Fernández as Soldado
  • Jesús Garcia as Notario
  • Leonor Gómez as Pueblerina
  • Cecilia Leger as Invitada al baile
  • Elvira Lodi
  • Chel López
  • Concepción Martínez as Invitada al baile
  • Héctor Mateos as Hacendado, invitado al baile
  • José Muñoz as Soldado
  • Francisco Pando as Invitado al baile
  • Salvador Quiroz as Militar
  • Joaquín Roche as Militar
  • María Luisa Smith as Invitada al baile
  • María Valdealde as Invitada al baile gruñóna
  • Domingo Vargas

References

  1. ^ Heredia p.140

Bibliography

  • Juanita Heredia. Transnational Latina Narratives in the Twenty-first Century. Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

External links


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