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The Bricklayer

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The Brickaleator
Directed byJosé Estrada
Produced byGregorio Walerstein
Written byJosé Estrada
StarringVicente Fernández
Manoella Torres
Luis Manuel Pelayo
Music byGilberto Parra
CinematographyFernando Colín
Edited byMaximino Sánchez Molina
Color processTechnicolor
Production
companies
Estudios América
Cima Films
Release date
30 October 1975
Running time
97 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

The Bricklayer (Spanish: El albañil) is a 1975 Mexican comedy film directed by José Estrada and starring Vicente Fernández, Manoella Torres and Luis Manuel Pelayo.[1]

Cast

  • Vicente Fernández as Reinaldo
  • Manoella Torres as Manuela Torres
  • Luis Manuel Pelayo as Idem
  • Dacia González as Enedina
  • Alberto Rojas as El Cáncer o El Cancerbero
  • Graciela Lara as Mapy
  • Orville Miller as Juan Carlos Marotti
  • Leandro Martínez
  • Agustín Silva
  • Juan Ángel Martínez as El Perro, albañil
  • Raúl 'Chato' Padilla as Juez
  • Liza Willert
  • Jorge Fegán as Bermúdez, albañil
  • Rafael Valdés as Ingeniero Armando de la Rosa
  • Florencio Castelló as Don Agri
  • Alfredo Gutiérrez as Maestro Nava
  • Juan Garza as Albañil
  • Hortensia Santoveña as Monja enfermera
  • Arsenio Campos as El del Diners
  • Manuel Dondé as Velador

References

  1. ^ Ramírez Berg, p. 134.

Bibliography

  • Ramírez Berg, Charles. Cinema of Solitude: A Critical Study of Mexican Film, 1967-1983. University of Texas Press, 2010.

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