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The Atomic Fireman

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The Atomic Fireman
Directed byMiguel M. Delgado
Written by
CinematographyJack Draper
Edited byJorge Busto
Music byRaúl Lavista 
Posa Films
Release date
10 September 1952
Running time
95 minutes

The Atomic Fireman (Spanish:El bombero atómico) is a 1952 Mexican comedy film directed by Miguel M. Delgado and starring Cantinflas, Roberto Soto and Gilberto González.[1]

The film's art direction was by Gunther Gerszo.


A newspaper delivery man-turned-firefighter-turned-policeman (Cantinflas) embarks on the unexpected mission of caring for a girl whose mother died.


  • Cantinflas as Agente 777
  • Roberto Soto as Comandante Bravo
  • Gilberto González as El Piquete
  • Elisa Quintanilla as Rosario
  • Miguel Manzano as Jefe bomberos
  • Pascual García Peña as El Chueco
  • Ernesto Finance as Licenciado / notario
  • Jorge Mondragon as Silverio
  • Eduardo Alcaraz as Sargento Policía
  • Ángel Infante as Policía
  • Pedro Elviro as Secretario (uncredited)
  • Conchita Gentil Arcos as Vecina de Guadalupe (uncredited)
  • María Gentil Arcos as Doña Cleofas (uncredited)
  • Salvador Quiroz as Comandante Cienfuegos (uncredited)
  • Lily Aclemar as Sra. del comandante Bravo (uncredited)
  • Daniel Arroyo as Hombre entre multitud (uncredited)
  • Stephen Berne asHombre en cantina (uncredited)
  • Enrique Carrillo as Bombero (uncredited)
  • José Chávez as Policía (uncredited)
  • María Luisa Cortés as La tosferina (uncredited)
  • Enrique del Castillo as Policía (uncredited)
  • José Luis Fernández as Hombre que baila en cabaret (uncredited)
  • Rogelio Fernández as Esbirro de El Piquete (uncredited)
  • Lidia Franco as Doña Guadalupe (uncredited)
  • Pedro Ibarra as Dueño de La Motivosa (uncredited)
  • Margarito Luna as Esbirro de El Piquete (uncredited)
  • Carmen Manzano as Mamá de Rosario (uncredited)
  • Álvaro Matute as Jugador de cartas (uncredited)
  • Kika Meyer as La soplona (uncredited)
  • Bruno Márquez as Policía (uncredited)
  • Luz María Núñez as La Motivosa (uncredited)
  • Casimiro Ortega as Cantinero (uncredited)
  • Ramón Pandal as Luciano Tronquete, el influyente (uncredited)
  • Ignacio Peón as Juez (uncredited)
  • Carlos Valadez as El Chueco (uncredited)


  1. ^ Stavans p.91


  • Ilan Stavans. The Riddle of Cantinflas: Essays on Hispanic Popular Culture, Revised and Expanded Edition. UNM Press, 2012.

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