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The Marihuana Story

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The Marihuana Story
Marihuana 1950 film poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byLeón Klimovsky
Written byWilfredo Jiménez
Bernio Mason
Produced byCarmelo Vecchione
StarringPedro López Lagar and Fanny Navarro
CinematographyAlberto Etchebehere
Edited byJosé Serra
Music byJuan Lhert and Anatole Pietri
Release date
  • 27 September 1950 (1950-09-27)
Running time
98 minutes

The Marihuana Story (Spanish: Marihuana) is a 1950 Argentine film directed by León Klimovsky. It was entered into the 1951 Cannes Film Festival.[1]


  • Pedro López Lagar – Dr. Pablo Urioste
  • Fanny Navarro – Marga Quiroga
  • Golde Flami – Aída
  • Nathán Pinzón – Sopita
  • Eduardo Cuitiño – Gang Boss
  • Alberto de Mendoza – Lt. DeLuca
  • Gilberto Peyret – Inspector Olivera
  • Roberto Durán – Diego
  • Héctor Quintanilla – Chevrolet
  • Pilar Gómez – Amelia
  • Angel Prio
  • Cecilia Ingenieros
  • Elsa Márquez
  • Juan Carrara
  • Jesús Pampín – Hombre en congreso
  • Alberto Rinaldi
  • Alberto Barcel – Dr, Piñeyro
  • Warly Ceriani – Director
  • Mauricio Espósito
  • Leticia Lando
  • Gloria Castilla
  • Domingo Mania – Dr. Portal
  • Juan Fava
  • Adolfo Laurie
  • China Navarro
  • Osvaldo Cabrera
  • Rafael Diserio – Dueno de boite
  • Jorge Villoldo – Portero
  • Alfredo Almanza


The relative financial success of the American exploitation film She Shoulda Said 'No'! (1949), a morality tale involving the use of marijuana, prompted producers in 1951 to import The Marihuana Story from Argentina.[2]

See also


  1. ^ "Festival de Cannes: The Marihuana Story". Retrieved 2009-01-13.
  2. ^ Eric, Schaefer (1999). Bold! Daring! Shocking! True!: A History of Exploitation Films, 1919–1959. Duke University Press. pp. 244–245. ISBN 0-8223-2374-5.

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