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The Shack (1945 film)

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The Shack
Directed byRoberto Gavaldón
Produced byAlfonso Sánchez Tello
Written byVicente Blasco Ibáñez (novel)
Libertad Blasco Ibáñez
Tito Davison
Paulino Masip
Abel Velilla
StarringDomingo Soler
Anita Blanch
Amparo Morillo
CinematographyVíctor Herrera
Edited byCarlos Savage 
Production
company
Clasa Films Mundiales
Release date
27 May 1945
Running time
110 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

The Shack or The Hut (Spanish:La barraca) is a 1945 Mexican drama film directed by Roberto Gavaldón and starring Domingo Soler, Anita Blanch and Amparo Morillo.[1] It is based on the 1898 novel of the same title by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez.

The film's art direction was by Francisco Marco Chillet and Vicente Petit.

Cast

  • Domingo Soler as Batiste Borrull
  • Anita Blanch as Teresa
  • Amparo Morillo as Roseta
  • José Baviera as Pimento
  • Luana Alcañiz as Pepeta
  • Manolo Fábregas as Tonet
  • Narciso Busquets as Batistet
  • Manuel Noriega as Tío Tomba
  • Rafael Icardo as Pascual Guillot, el tio Barret
  • José Morcillo as don Joaquin, maestro de escuela
  • Conchita Carracedo as Sobrina de pimento
  • Joaquín Roche hijo as Pascualet
  • Daniel Pastor as Nicolás
  • David Behar as Ramón
  • Carlos Villarías as Tabernero
  • Jorge Mondragón as Huertano
  • Marichu Labra as Rosario
  • Felipe Montoya as Don Salvador, usurero de la ciudad
  • María Calvo as Doña Manuela
  • Micaela Castejón as Esposa del tío Barret
  • Raúl Lechuga as Huertano
  • Paco Martínez as Médico
  • Rosa María Montes as Hija del tío Barret
  • Luis Mussot as Señor cura
  • Hernán Vera as Huertano

References

  1. ^ Paranaguá p.193

Bibliography

  • Paulo Antonio Paranaguá. Mexican Cinema. British Film Institute, 1995.

External links

This page was last edited on 24 April 2020, at 01:41
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