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The Cemetery of the Eagles

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The Cemetery of the Eagles
Directed byLuis Lezama
Written byÍñigo de Martino
Alfredo Noriega
Rafael M. Saavedra
StarringJorge Negrete
Margarita Mora
José Macip
Music byAlfonso Esparza Oteo
CinematographyEzequiel Carrasco
Edited byJoseph Noriega
Production
company
Aztla Films
Distributed byAztla Films
Release date
1 September 1939
Running time
94 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

The Cemetery of the Eagles (Spanish:El cementerio de las águilas) is a 1939 Mexican historical war film directed by Luis Lezama and starring Jorge Negrete, Margarita Mora and José Macip. It is set during the Mexican–American War of the 1840s.[1] The film's sets were designed by José Rodríguez Granada. The battles of Churubusco and Chapultepec were recreated. It premiered on 1 September 1939, the same day as the Second World War broke out in Europe.[2] The film's overtly patriotic theme proved very popular at the Mexican box office.[3]

Cast

  • Jorge Negrete as Miguel de la Peña
  • Margarita Mora as Mercedes de Zúñiga y Miranda
  • José Macip as Agustín Melgar
  • Silvia Cardell as Ana María de Zúñiga y Miranda
  • Alfonso Ruiz Gómez as Rafael Alfaro
  • José Ortiz de Zárate as Don Pedro de Zúñiga y Miranda
  • Lolo Trillo as Doña Nieves de Zúñiga y Miranda
  • Pepe Martínez as Luis Manuel Martínez de Castro
  • Miguel Wimer as General Nicolás Bravo
  • Ricardo Mondragón as Gral. Monterde
  • Adela Jaloma as Elvira
  • Miguel Inclán as Gral. Pedro Ma. Anaya
  • Manuel Pozos as Jose Ma. Alfaro
  • Víctor Velázquez as Juan de la Barrera
  • Carlos Mora as Vicente Suárez
  • Ricardo Adalid as Juan Escutia
  • Paco Castellanos as Francisco Márquez
  • Manolo Fábregas as Fernando Montes de Oca
  • Crox Alvarado as Capt. Alemán
  • Carlos López Aldama as Gen. Santa Ana
  • Julio Ahuet as Invitado al baile
  • Rafael Baledón as Invitado al baile
  • Manuel Dondé as Sirviente
  • Tito Junco as Soldado
  • Víctor Junco as Soldado
  • Paco Martínez as Rejón, el diputado
  • Rubén Márquez as Invitado al baile
  • Guillermo Rivas
  • José Ignacio Rocha as Severiano, cochero

References

  1. ^ Van Wagenen p.136
  2. ^ Van Wagenen p.139
  3. ^ Van Wagenen p.136

Bibliography

  • Van Wagenen, Michael. Remembering the Forgotten War: The Enduring Legacies of the U.S./Mexican War. Univ of Massachusetts Press, 2012.

External links


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