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Puss Without Boots

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Puss Without Boots
Directed byFernando Cortés
Produced byÓscar J. Brooks
Ernesto Enríquez
Felipe Mier
Germán Valdés
Written byFernando Cortés
Fernando Galiana
StarringGermán Valdés
Martha Valdés
Nono Arsu
Music byManuel Esperón
CinematographyJack Draper
Edited byRafael Ceballos
Mier y Brooks
Producciones Cinematográficas Valdés
Release date
31 July 1957
Running time
85 minutes

Puss Without Boots (Spanish:El gato sin botas) is a 1957 Mexican comedy film directed by Fernando Cortés and starring Germán Valdés, Martha Valdés and Nono Arsu.[1]


  • Germán Valdés as Agustín Tancredo (El Gato) / Don Victorio Tancredo
  • Martha Valdés as Laura del Castillo
  • Nono Arsu as Paco
  • Wolf Ruvinskis as Humberto Carrasco
  • Marcelo Chávez as Sargento Botija
  • José Pidal as Sansón
  • Pepe Ruiz Vélez as Comentarista
  • Julián de Meriche as Aladino
  • Américo Caggiano as Tamalito
  • Antonio Brillas as Señor Comisario
  • Carlos Bravo y Fernández as Reportero
  • Sara Cabrera as Josefina
  • Lupe Carriles as Vecina
  • Enrique Carrillo as Policía
  • Fernando Cortés as Director pelicula
  • Julio Daneri as Reportero
  • Javier de la Parra as Actor rechaza empleo
  • Gerardo del Castillo as Empleado estudio
  • Pedro Elviro as Hombre en estadio
  • Pepita González as Dalilah
  • Héctor Mateos as Empleado de los estudios
  • Rosa María Montes as Enfermera
  • Magda Monzón as Secretaria
  • José Ortega as Policía
  • Carlos Robles Gil as Espectador
  • Humberto Rodríguez as Villista
  • Miguel Suárez as Comandante


  1. ^ Monsiváis & Kraniauskas p.117


  • Carlos Monsiváis & John Kraniauskas. Mexican Postcards. Verso, 1997.

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