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The Guitar of Gardel

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The Guitar of Gardel
Directed byLeón Klimovsky
Written by
  • León Klimovsky
  • Manuel Villegas López
Produced byAlberto Soifer
Starring
CinematographyEmilio Foriscot
Edited bySara Ontañón
Music by
  • Fernando Carrascosa
  • Alberto Soifer
Production
company
Lais
Release date
22 December 1949
Running time
85 minutes
Countries
  • Argentina
  • Spain
LanguageSpanish

The Guitar of Gardel (Spanish:La guitarra de Gardel) is a 1949 Argentine-Spanish musical film directed by León Klimovsky and starring Agustín Irusta, Carmen Sevilla and Antonio Casal. The film is based on the life of the tango star Carlos Gardel.[1]

Cast

  • Agustín Irusta as Raúl Armada
  • Carmen Sevilla as Carmelilla
  • Antonio Casal as Paco
  • Jorge Cardoso as Tito
  • Trini Montero as Clarita
  • Héctor Pontón
  • Juana Mansó as Señorita Menchioti
  • Santiago Rivero as Antequera
  • Ana María Olaria as Novia
  • César Fiaschi as Don Felipe
  • Manuel Arbó as Borracho
  • Manuel Requena as Rodríguez
  • Manuel Guitián as Ropavejero
  • María de la Vega
  • Casimiro Hurtado as Cantante argentino
  • Horacio Llamas
  • Julio Ballesteros
  • Beni Deus as Serafín Rodríguez
  • José Villasante as Novio
  • Guillermo Cereceda
  • Aníbal Vela as Empresario
  • Dante Tulián as Músico
  • Hebe Dolián
  • María López Morante
  • Manuel de Juan as Dueño del hotel
  • Miguel de los Reyes

References

  1. ^ Washabaugh p.65

Bibliography

  • William Washabaugh. The Passion of Music and Dance. Berg, 1998.

External links


This page was last edited on 1 September 2021, at 02:38
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