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El rosario (1944)

Directed by Juan Ortega and set in 19th Century Victorian England, a struggling single woman of the noble class , named Juana Champion (played by actress Andrea Palma), has absolutely no ... See full synopsis »

Director:

Juan José Ortega

Writers:

Florence L. Barclay (novel), Luis G. Basurto (adaptation)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Andrea Palma ... Juana Champion
Tomás Perrín Tomás Perrín ... Garth
Tana Devodier Tana Devodier ... Paulina (as Tana)
Miguel Ángel Ferriz ... Doctor Dick Brand
Octavio Martínez Octavio Martínez ... Doctor Mackenzie
Luis G. Barreiro Luis G. Barreiro ... Simmons
Fanny Schiller ... Duquesa
Alfredo Varela Alfredo Varela ... Eddy (as Alfredo Varela 'Varelita')
Manuel Noriega Manuel Noriega ... (as Manolo Noriega)
María Douglas María Douglas ... (as Mary Douglas)
Emma Fink Emma Fink ... Tía Lister
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Amparo Montes Amparo Montes ... Juana Champion (singing voice)
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Storyline

Directed by Juan Ortega and set in 19th Century Victorian England, a struggling single woman of the noble class , named Juana Champion (played by actress Andrea Palma), has absolutely no marriage prospects. After finally resigning herself to becoming a Spinster or "Old Maid", she decides to go live with her very wealthy Aunt, none other than the Dutchess of Meldrum. Not long after her arrival, she quickly becomes infatuated with a charming, good-looking and talented painter named Garth, who works for her prim and proper Aunt. Although there is a mutual attraction between them from the start, Garth does not truly fall in love with Juana until he hears her sing a wonderful song called "The Rosary". Her beautiful voice and haunting lyrics make him love Juana from then on. However, things are rather complicated by the fact that Juana's younger cousin, Paulina is also in love with the handsome painter. In addition, Juana is seven years older than her beloved, so she fears that her stuffy ...

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

30 June 1944 (Mexico) See more »

Filming Locations:

Mexico

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Sound Mix:

Mono
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