Dos caballeros de espada (1964)

It's Mexico in the 1600's. Fifteen years after arriving from Spain, Pedro "Dagoberto Rodríguez" teaches his son Carlos "Rodolfo De Anda" his famous fencing moves. One day as he is going ... See full summary »

Director:

Arturo Martínez

Writers:

Carlos Enrique Taboada (story) (as Carlos E. Taboada), Raúl de Anda (screenplay)

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Cast

Cast overview:
Rodolfo de Anda ... Carlos de Araujo
Ariadne Welter Ariadne Welter ... Teresa, Marquesa de Olivares (as Ariadna Welter)
Dagoberto Rodríguez ... Pedro de Araujo
Germán Robles ... Conde de Pineda / Oidor
Ofelia Montesco ... Duquesa de Alfaro
Roberto Cañedo ... Capitan Ordaz
Eric del Castillo ... Ganel
Rosa María Gallardo Rosa María Gallardo ... Luisa (as Rosa Mª Gallardo)
René Cardona ... Virrey
Sergio Barrios Sergio Barrios ... Secuestrador
Jorge Mateos Jorge Mateos
Ángel Di Stefani Ángel Di Stefani ... Criado de Duquesa (as Angel D'steffano)
Pedro Weber 'Chatanuga' Pedro Weber 'Chatanuga' ... Enviado de Duquesa (as Pedro Weber)
Guillermo Hernández Guillermo Hernández
Fernando Saucedo Fernando Saucedo
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Storyline

It's Mexico in the 1600's. Fifteen years after arriving from Spain, Pedro "Dagoberto Rodríguez" teaches his son Carlos "Rodolfo De Anda" his famous fencing moves. One day as he is going home, Carlos runs into some men who are trying to kidnap two young ladies. While defending them, Carlos kills one of the assistants to the viceroy and has to flee so he can later attempt to prove his innocence. He will have to use all his cunning and swordsmanship to survive the dangers he will face. Written by Juve

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

13 August 1964 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

As Aventuras de um Espadachim See more »

Filming Locations:

Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico

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Technical Specs

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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