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Puente Alsina (film)

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Puente Alsina
Directed byJosé A. Ferreyra
Written byJosé A. Ferreyra
Produced byPedro Gonzalez
StarringJosé Gola
Miguel Gómez Bao
CinematographyGumer Barreiros
Edited byDaniel Spósito
Music byCésar Gola
Release date
  • 6 August 1935 (1935-08-06)
Running time
82 minutes

Puente Alsina is a 1935 Argentine musical film directed and written by José A. Ferreyra. It is a tango musical and premiered on 6 August 1935 in Buenos Aires.[1]

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Lidia is a woman who recently rejected his boyfriend, Alfredo's proposal to her. She then leaves and goes to a river afterward. While standing at the river, she falls in. Edmundo, one of Lidia's coworkers, rescues her from the water.[2]

Edmundo takes Lidia to her house, as she is unconscious. Her boyfriend, Alfredo, begins worrying. Not knowing where she is, Alfredo hires a detective to locate Lidia.[2]

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The film was considered unsuccessful due to the plot and poorly written dialogue.[3]


  1. ^ "Puente Alsina (1935)".
  2. ^ a b Sloan, Steve (2005). "Modern Perspectives in José A. Ferreyra's "Puente Alsina" and Roberto Arlt's "Los Siete Locos"". INTI (61/62): 77–90. ISSN 0732-6750. JSTOR 23287330.
  3. ^ Finkielman, Jorge (24 June 2014). The Film Industry in Argentina: An Illustrated Cultural History. McFarland. p. 201. ISBN 978-0-7864-8344-0.

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