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They Say I'm a Communist

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They Say I'm a Communist
Directed byAlejandro Galindo
Produced byCésar Santos Galindo
Written byAlejandro Galindo
Gunther Gerszo
StarringGermán Valdés
Óscar Pulido
Yolanda Montes
Music byGustavo César Carrión
CinematographyRaúl Martínez Solares
Edited byFernando Martínez
Production
company
Estudios Churubusco Azteca
Release date
12 July 1951
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

They Say I'm a Communist (Spanish: Dicen que soy comunista) is a 1951 Mexican comedy film directed by Alejandro Galindo and starring Adalberto Martínez, María Luisa Zea and Miguel Manzano.[1]

Cast

  • Adalberto Martínez as Benito Reyes
  • María Luisa Zea as Berta
  • Miguel Manzano as Macario Carrola
  • Joaquín Roche hijo as Huicho
  • Charles Rooner as don Guillermo
  • Salvador Quiroz as Teófilo Mendieta
  • Arturo Castro 'Bigotón' as Nabor Méndez
  • Jorge Arriaga as Camarada Buenaventura
  • Manuel Dondé as Camarada Palomera
  • Bruno Márquez as Anunciador en concurso
  • Carmen Manzano as Doña Lolita
  • Josefina del Mar as Olga Figueroa
  • Jaime Jiménez Pons as Amigo de Huicho
  • Armando Acosta as Hombre en baile
  • Jorge Alzaga as Miembro del comité
  • Daniel Arroyo as Cliente restaurante
  • Augusto Benedico as Don Federico, jefe de Benito
  • Victorio Blanco as Miembro del comité
  • Lupe Carriles as Vecina
  • Enrique Carrillo as Cliente fonda
  • Alfonso Carti as Policía
  • José Chávez as Hombre en baile
  • Nacho Contla as Gildardo Molina, señor gobernador
  • Enedina Díaz de León as Doña Brigida
  • Jesús Garcia as Compañero Ruiz
  • Emilio Garibay as Camarada
  • Carmen Guillén as Mujer del censo
  • Leonor Gómez as Vecina
  • Chel López as Camarada Ruelas
  • Jorge Martínez de Hoyos as Miembro del comité
  • Pepe Martínez as Dueño fonda
  • Héctor Mateos as don Pablo
  • Gloria Oropeza as Vecina
  • Antonio Padilla 'Pícoro' as Miembro del comité
  • Ignacio Peón as Transeúnte
  • José Pulido as Camarada Leobardo Tolentino
  • Guillermo Ramirez as Esbirro de Guillermo
  • Ignacio Retes as Francisco Rodríguez Franco
  • Ángela Rodríguez as Mujer en concurso
  • Gilda Selva
  • Manuel Trejo Morales as Marcelo, maître d'
  • Manuel 'Loco' Valdés as Hombre en baile
  • Alfredo Varela padre as Cliente fonda
  • Hernán Vera as don Roque

References

  1. ^ Agrasánchez p.26

Bibliography

  • Rogelio Agrasánchez. Cine Mexicano: Posters from the Golden Age, 1936-1956. Chronicle Books, 2001.

External links


This page was last edited on 30 November 2020, at 14:46
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