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Traces of the Past

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Traces of the Past
Directed byAlfredo B. Crevenna
Screenplay byEdmundo Báez
Egon Eis
Story byRaquel Alcoriza
Luis Alcoriza
Edmundo Báez
Produced byÓscar Dancigers
StarringLibertad Lamarque
Emilia Guiú
José María Linares-Rivas
Xavier Loyá
CinematographyJosé Ortiz Ramos
Edited byCarlos Savage
Music byManuel Esperón
Release date
  • 1 November 1950 (1950-11-01) (Mexico)
Running time
98 minutes

Traces of the Past (Spanish: Huellas del pasado) is a 1950 Mexican drama film, directed by Alfredo B. Crevenna and starring Libertad Lamarque,[1][2] alongside Emilia Guiú, José María Linares-Rivas and Xavier Loyá.[3] The film's art direction was by Edward Fitzgerald.[3] The film is considered one of Lamarque's "mother melodramas" that she made in Mexico.[4]


Isabel (Libertad Lamarque) is a woman who left behind her career as a singer to marry lawyer Federico Montero (José María Linares-Rivas). Isabel's past as a singer torments Federico, who finds it immoral, and after an incident following Isabel's chance encounter with a former boyfriend, he leaves her, taking their son Raúl away from her. Years pass, and Isabel, who in the meantime reassumed her career as a singer as "Issa Valetti", upon learning of Federico's death, goes searching for Raúl. She eventually finds the now grown up Raúl (Xavier Loyá), who now has become a hard-drinking man who hates his mother despite having no memory of her, and is in a relationship with Amanda (Emilia Guiú), a gold-digger. With Raúl unaware about the relationship he has with Isabel (only knowing her as famous singer Issa Valetti), Isabel tries to change his mind about his mother, but to her dismay, she finds out that Raúl has fallen in love with her "Issa Valetti" persona.



  1. ^ León Frías, Isaac (2019). Más allá de las lágrimas: Espacios habitables en el cine clásico de México y Argentina. Fondo Editorial Universidad de Lima. p. 523. ISBN 9789972454868.
  2. ^ Arnaud, Charlotte; Courtemanche, Philippe; Fernandes, Carla; Morsch Kihn, Eva (1999). Cinémas d'Amérique latine: 1999. Presses Univ. du Mirail. p. 67. ISBN 9782858164479.
  3. ^ a b García Riera, Emilio (1992). Historia documental del cine mexicano, Volumen 5. University of Guadalajara. p. 216. ISBN 968-895-428-4.
  4. ^ Herlinghaus, Hermann, ed. (2002). Narraciones anacrónicas de la modernidad: melodrama e intermedialidad en América Latina. Editorial Cuarto Propio. p. 133. ISBN 956-260-270-2.

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