Del rancho a la capital (1942)

The relatives of a wealthy family come from the countryside to stay for a days.


Raúl de Anda


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Cast overview:
Domingo Soler ... Domingo Rodríguez
Susana Guízar Susana Guízar ... María de la Fuente
Pedro Armendáriz ... Pedro Rodríguez
Carlos López Moctezuma ... Carlos Arteaga y Campobello
Margarita Cortés Margarita Cortés ... Angélica de la Fuente
Manolo Fábregas ... Julián de la Fuente (as Manuel Fábregas)
Armando Soto La Marina ... Chicote
Victoria Argota Victoria Argota ... Victoria de la Fuente
Fanny Schiller ... Doña Consuelo de Rodríguez
Víctor Velázquez Víctor Velázquez ... Víctor
Josefina Romagnoli Josefina Romagnoli ... Chata, amiga de María
Paco Martínez Paco Martínez ... Don Manuel


Victoria (Victoria Argota) is the mother of two daughters and one son. They used to be a wealthy family, but now they have financial problems. But that doesn't stop Victoria in his tendency to spoil the kids giving them money, despite the fact that any of them have a work. Nevertheles, Victoria receives a letter from his cousin Domingo (Domingo Soler), who lives in the country with his wife and his son Pedro (Pedro Armendáriz), notifying that they will come to visit them. One of the daughters has to many prejudices about the people from the country. She won't be disposed to stand the presence of her uncle and his family. The other daughter, Angélica, and her brother Julián (Manolo Fábregas), are much more tolerant than their sister. When Domingo arrives with his wife and Pedro, they will suffer the disdain of Victoria's daughter, but also the particular way-of-life of rich people, like the refined manners, the expensive clothes, visiting exclusive clubs. Pedro will be the first in ... Written by Alejandro Frias

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29 May 1942 (Mexico) See more »

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