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Thus is Life
Directed byGeorge Crone
Produced byO.E. Goebel
George W. Weeks
Written byE.J. Rath (novel)
Jorge Juan Crespo
Harvey Gates
Tom Gibson
StarringJosé Bohr
Delia Magana
Lolita Vendrell
César Vanoni
Music byCarlos Molina
CinematographyArthur L. Todd
Edited byArthur Tavares
Production
company
Sono-Art Productions
Distributed bySono-Art Productions
Release date
  • May 3, 1930 (1930-05-03)
Running time
72 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageSpanish

Thus is Life (Spanish:Así es la vida) is a 1930 American Spanish language romantic comedy film directed by George Crone and starring José Bohr, Delia Magana and Lolita Vendrell. It was produced as the Spanish version of the English-language film What a Man!, also directed by Crone.[1] In the early years of sound such multi-language versions were common, and only declined with the development of dubbing.

A British ex-Grenadier Guards officer moves to America, but struggles to find work. After he is employed as a chauffeur to a wealthy family, and falls in love with his employer's daughter.

Cast

  • José Bohr as José Rolan
  • Delia Magaña as Luisa Franklyn
  • Lolita Vendrell as Blanca Franklyn
  • César Vanoni as Manuel
  • Enrique Acosta as Señor Franklyn
  • Marcela Nivón as Señora Franklyn
  • Tito Davison as Jorge Franklyn
  • Myrta Bonillas as La contessa
  • Julian Rivero as Calton
  • Ernesto Piedra as Sapo
  • Rosita Gil as Cora

References

  1. ^ Waldman p.17-18

Bibliography

  • Waldman, Harry. Hollywood and the Foreign Touch: A Dictionary of Foreign Filmmakers and Their Films from America, 1910-1995. Scarecrow Press, 1996.

External links

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