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The Mayor of Zalamea (1954 film)

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The Mayor of Zalamea
Directed byJosé Gutiérrez Maesso
Written byPedro Calderón de la Barca (play)
Manuel Tamayo
José Gutiérrez Maesso
StarringMaunel Luna
Alfredo Mayo
Isabel de Pomés
CinematographySebastián Perera
Edited byAntonio Ramírez de Loaysa
Music byJuan Quintero
Distributed byCIFESA
Release date
25 January 1954
Running time
80 minutes

The Mayor of Zalamea (Spanish:El alcalde de Zalamea) is a 1954 Spanish historical drama film directed by José Gutiérrez Maesso and starring Manuel Luna, Alfredo Mayo and Isabel de Pomés.[1] The film is an adaptation of the Golden Age play The Mayor of Zalamea by Pedro Calderón de la Barca.


A company of soldiers under the command of Captain Álvaro de Ataide (Alfredo Mayo) arrives in the town of Zalamea de la Serena, in Badajoz, because of the war in Portugal. The captain of noble descent is staying in the house of a rich farmer, Pedro Crespo (Manuel Luna), mayor of the town, whose daughter Isabel (Isabel de Pomés) Don Álvaro seduces. Pedro Crespo tries to remedy the situation and for Don Álvaro to marry Isabel, but Don Álvaro rejects her for not being of the nobility. This contempt wounds the honor of Pedro's entire family. Even without having jurisdiction over the soldier, Pedro Crespo orders him to be arrested and has Don Álvaro executed by hanging him. Finally King Don Felipe II (Fernando Rey), reviews the mayor's decision, ratifies it and appoints Pedro Crespo perpetual mayor of Zalamea.



  1. ^ Mira p.193


  • Mira, Alberto. The A to Z of Spanish Cinema. Rowman & Littlefield, 2010.

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