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Streetwalker (film)

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Streetwalker
Directed byMatilde Landeta
Produced byEduardo Soto Landeta
Written byJosé Aguila
Matilde Landeta
Luis Spota
StarringMiroslava
Ernesto Alonso
Elda Peralta
Music byGonzalo Curiel
CinematographyRosalío Solano 
Edited byAlfredo Rosas Priego
Production
company
TACMA
Distributed byDistribuidora Mexicana de Películas
Release date
22 June 1951
Running time
101 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

Streetwalker (Spanish:Trotacalles) is a 1951 Mexican drama film directed by Matilde Landeta and starring Miroslava, Ernesto Alonso and Elda Peralta.[1]

The film's sets were designed by Luis Moya.

Cast

  •  Miroslava as Elena
  • Ernesto Alonsoas Rodolfo
  • Elda Peralta as Maria; Azalea
  • Miguel Ángel Ferriz as Don Faustino Irigoyen
  • Aurora Izquierdo
  • Enedina Díaz de León as Amiga anciana de Ruth
  • Juan Orraca as Cura
  • Adolfo Ramirez
  • Rogelio Fernández as Secuaz de Rodolfo
  • Salvador Godínez as Secuaz de Rodolfo
  • Isabela Corona as Ruth
  • Rodolfo Calvo as Embajador
  • Jorge Cobián
  • Beatriz Jimeno as Amiga de Elena
  • Cecilia Leger as Esposa del embajador
  • Kika Meyer as Amiga de Elena
  • Diana Ochoa as Amiga de Ruth
  • Carlos Rincón Gallardo as Mesero
  • Wolf Ruvinskis as Carlos
  • Eduardo Solís as Cantante
  • Consuelo Vidal as Cantante
  • Enrique Zambrano as Médico

References

  1. ^ Dever p.27

Bibliography

  • Dever, Susan. Celluloid Nationalism and Other Melodramas: From Post-Revolutionary Mexico to fin de siglo Mexamerica. SUNY Press, 2012.

External links

This page was last edited on 25 November 2020, at 18:40
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