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The Sin of Being a Woman

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The Sin of Being a Woman
Directed byZacarías Gómez Urquiza
Produced byGuillermo Calderón
Pedro A. Calderón
Tito Guízar
Written byRafael García Travesi
Zacarías Gómez Urquiza
Story byTito Guízar
StarringTito Guízar
Alma Rosa Aguirre
Music byAntonio Díaz Conde
CinematographyManuel Gómez Urquiza
Edited byJosé W. Bustos
Production
company
Producciones Calderón S.A.
Release date
26 May 1955
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

The Sin of Being a Woman (Spanish: El pecado de ser mujer) is a 1955 Mexican drama film directed by Zacarías Gómez Urquiza and starring Tito Guízar and Alma Rosa Aguirre.[1][2][3] The film's sets were designed by art director Javier Torres Torija.

Plot

Javier Morales (Tito Guízar) is a singer-songwriter who seduces a young woman, María Luisa (Alma Rosa Aguirre), who he gets pregnant and then abandons. Twenty years later, Javier falls into poverty. After he's mistakenly declared dead, he ends up going to his own funeral, without knowing that he is going to face his own past.

Cast

  • Tito Guízar as Javier Morales
  • Alma Rosa Aguirre as María Luisa Aguirre
  • Ricardo Román as Javier Aguirre
  • Armando Velasco as Señor Romero
  • Emilio Brillas as Fernando
  • Roberto G. Rivera as Radio show announcer
  • Carlos Bravo y Fernández as Costume party guest
  • Ángel Merino as Carlos Patiño
  • Estela Matute as Felisa Dieguez, reporter
  • Tito Guízar hijo as Javier Aguirre (child)
  • Daniel Arroyo as Man in airport (uncredited)
  • León Barroso as Theater employee (uncredited)
  • Victorio Blanco as Costume party guest (uncredited)
  • Guillermo Bravo Sosa as Beggar run over (uncredited)
  • Javier de la Parra as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Enedina Díaz de León as Landlady (uncredited)
  • Leonor Gómez as Puestera (uncredited)
  • Ana María Hernández as Theater viewer (uncredited)
  • Salvador Lozano as Dr. Enrique Ruiz (uncredited)
  • Chel López as Taxi driver (uncredited)
  • Rubén Márquez as Costume party guest (uncredited)
  • Óscar Ortiz de Pinedo as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Alberto Pedret as Costume party announcer (uncredited)
  • Carlos Robles Gil as Theater viewer (uncredited)
  • Joaquín Roche as Theater viewer (uncredited)
  • Manuel Sánchez Navarro as Man at funeral (uncredited)
  • Christa von Humboldt as Javier's mistress (uncredited)

References

  1. ^ Amador, p. 194
  2. ^ García Riera, p. 224
  3. ^ Alcerreca, p. 158

Bibliography

  • Amador, María Luisa. Cartelera cinematográfica, 1950–1959. UNAM, 1985.
  • García Riera, Emilio. Historia documental del cine mexicano: 1952. Ediciones Era, 1969.
  • Alcerreca, Rafael. Un regard sur les studios churubusco. Estudios Churubusco Azteca, 2002.

External links

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