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Una viuda difícil

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Una viuda difícil
Directed byFernando Ayala
Produced byFernando Ayala
Written byConrado Nalé Roxlo
Based onThe play Una viuda dificil by Conrado Nalé Roxlo
StarringAlba Arnova
Alfredo Alcón
Ricardo Castro Ríos
Music byÁstor Piazzolla
CinematographyFrancis Boeniger
Edited byAtilio Rinaldi
Ricardo Rodríguez Nistal
Ricardo Mistral
Production
company
Distributed byArtistas Argentinos Asociados
Release date
1957
Running time
100 minutes
CountryArgentina
LanguageSpanish

Una viuda difícil (English: A Difficult Widow) is a 1957 Argentine comedy film directed by Fernando Ayala and written by Conrado Nalé Roxlo, based on his homonymous theatre play. It stars Alba Arnova, Alfredo Alcón and Ricardo Castro Ríos. Music was composed by Ástor Piazzolla and Vassili Lambrinos created the choreography for the black and white film.

Synopsis

In the Colonial Buenos Aires a beautiful widow marries an outcast man just to spite someone else.

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