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The Headless Woman (1947 film)

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The Headless Woman
Una Mujer Sin Cabeza
Una mujer sin cabeza.jpg
Directed byLuis César Amadori
Written byLuis César Amadori
Luis Martin de San Vicente
StarringNiní Marshall
CinematographyAlberto Etchebehere
Edited byJorge Gárate
Music byVíctor Slister
Distributed byArgentina Sono Film S.A.C.I.
Release date
April 04, 1947
Running time
90 minutes
CountryArgentina
LanguageSpanish

The Headless Woman (Spanish: Una mujer sin cabeza) is an Argentine comedy film directed by Luis César Amadori and stars Niní Marshall.[1] It is a parody of the horror genre and the title alludes to the trick called "The Aztec Flower" that was used in shows, which makes the head of a woman appear separated from the body and located on a vase.

Plot

A circus gypsy girl (Nini Marshall) and a young friend (Perla Mux) flee from the police and take refuge in a strange house.

Cast

  • Niní Marshall as Niní
  • Francisco Charmiello as Manuel
  • Angelina Pagano as Matilde
  • Perla Mux as Nelly
  • Tato de Serra as Carlos
  • Pascual Pellicciotta as doctor
  • Carlos Lagrotta as Cipriano Guevara
  • Camilo Da Passano as Escribano Rómulo
  • Zulma Montes
  • Carlos Perelli as Ricardo Vila Gómez
  • Luis Otero as Tommy
  • Iris Portillo as Gitana
  • Perla Achával
  • Leticia Scury as Faraona
  • Margarita Burke as Lola
  • Antonio Martiánez as Eustaquio Rojas Vilas
  • Gonzalo Palomero
  • Arturo Bamio
  • Nicolás Taricano
  • María Ferez
  • Miguel Caiazzo
  • Carlos Alajarín
  • Marcio Artinelli

References

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