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The Kidnapping of Lola

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The Kidnapping of Lola
Directed byRaúl Fernández
Written byCarlos Valdemar
Rolando Fernández
StarringRosa Gloria Chagoyán
Rolando Fernández
Frank Moro
CinematographyLaura Ferlo
Edited byJorge Rivera
Production
company
Scope Films
Release date
25 December 1986
Running time
112 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

The Kidnapping of Lola (Spanish:El secuestro de Lola) is a 1986 Mexican action film directed by Raúl Fernández and starring Rosa Gloria Chagoyán, Rolando Fernández and Frank Moro.[1] It is a sequel to the 1983 hit Lola the Truck Driver, and is sometimes known as Lola the Truck Driver 2. Another sequel Lola the Truck Driver 3 followed in 1991.

Cast

  • Rosa Gloria Chagoyán as Lola Chagano
  • Rolando Fernández as Jorge Stander
  • Frank Moro as El Maestro
  • Isela Vega
  • Emilio Fernández as Commander Prieto
  • Xavier Rizzo as Former Police Officer
  • Joaquín García Vargas as Lola's Godfather
  • Famie Kaufman as Ana Paula
  • María Cardinal
  • Edna Bolkan
  • Sergio Ramos
  • Isaura Espinoza
  • Wolf Ruvinskis
  • Juan Gallardo
  • Ricardo Carrión as Former Brawler
  • Alfredo Wally Barrón
  • Paco Sañudo as Gay at Ana Paula's
  • Luis Manuel Pelayo
  • Ernesto Burgueño
  • Carlos Rotzinger
  • Lucía Gálvez
  • Toño Camacho
  • Jasmin Lira
  • Marcia Bell
  • Rene Vela
  • Minu Caronni
  • Jose Antonio Woorlich
  • Sergio Sánchez
  • Maria Eugenia Plascencia S.
  • Carlos Teran
  • Fernando Moncada
  • Sonia Camacho
  • Miguel Ángel Fuentes
  • Juan Barahona
  • Licia Suarez
  • Javier Arteaga
  • José Antonio Marros
  • Josefina de Manzano

References

  1. ^ Maciel p.46

Bibliography

  • David Maciel. El Norte: The U.S.-Mexican Border in Contemporary Cinema. SCERP and IRSC publications, 1990.

External links


This page was last edited on 6 June 2020, at 10:17
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