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The Cursed Village (1930 film)

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The Cursed Village
Directed byFlorián Rey
Written byFlorián Rey
Produced byPedro Larrañaga
Florián Rey
StarringCarmen Viance
Pedro Larrañaga
Amelia Muñoz
CinematographyAlberto Arroyo   
Production
company
Florián Rey-Pedro Larrañaga
Distributed bySelecciones Núñez
Release date
8 December 1930
Running time
57 minutes
CountrySpain
LanguagesSilent
Spanish intertitles

The Cursed Village (Spanish: La aldea maldita) is a 1930 Spanish silent drama film directed by Florián Rey and starring Carmen Viance, Pedro Larrañaga and Amelia Muñoz.[1] Rey remade the film in 1942.

Cast

  • Carmen Viance as Acacia
  • Pedro Larrañaga as Juan de Castilla
  • Amelia Muñoz as Magdalena
  • Pilar Torres as Fuensantica
  • Ramón Meca as Tío Lucas
  • Víctor Pastor as El Abuelo
  • Antonio Mata as Gañán
  • Modesto Rivas as El Administrador
  • José Baviera
  • Ricardo Núñez

References

  1. ^ Bentley p.83

Bibliography

  • Bentley, Bernard. A Companion to Spanish Cinema. Boydell & Brewer 2008.

External links

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