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Vida y milagros de Don Fausto

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Vida y milagros de Don Fausto
Directed byCarlos Espejo, Carlos F. Borcosque
CinematographyCarlos F. Borcosque
Production
company
Estudios Cinematograficos Borcosque
Release date
September 1924
CountryChile
LanguageSilent

Vida y milagros de Don Fausto ("The Life and Miracles of Jiggs") is a 1924 Chilean animated silent comedy film, the third film of Carlos F. Borcosque which he shot with director Carlos Espejo.[1][2] It was based on the Bringing Up Father comic strip.

It opened at the Septiembre and Brasil theatres of Santiago in September 1924.[2] It was a major success, an "extraordinary comedy" which made audiences laugh.[3] Borcosque was the cinematographer for the film which was produced under his own Estudios Cinematograficos Borcosque.[4]

References

  1. ^ Plazaola, Luis Trelles (1 January 1989). South American Cinema/ Cine De America Del Sur: Dictionary of Film Makers/ Diccionario De Los Productores De Peliculas. La Editorial, UPR. p. 36. ISBN 978-0-8477-2011-8.
  2. ^ a b Mouesca, Jacqueline; Orellana, Carlos (1 January 1998). Cine y memoria del siglo XX: cine en Chile : cine en el mundo : historia social y cultural de Chile : historia social y cultural mundial cuadros sinópticos (1895-1995) (in Spanish). LOM Ediciones. p. 108. ISBN 978-956-282-077-6.
  3. ^ Quezada, Mario Godoy (1966). Historia del cine chileno:(1902-1966) (in Spanish). p. 48.
  4. ^ Donoso, Eliana Jara (1994). Cine mudo chileno (in Spanish). Ed. Autor. p. 165. ISBN 9789562720243.

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