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Damiana y los hombres (1967)

Director:

Julio Bracho

Writers:

Julio Bracho (adaptation), Mercedes Carreño (story) (as Meche Carreño) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mercedes Carreño Mercedes Carreño ... Damiana (as Meche Carreño)
Jaime Fernández
Enrique Rocha
Roberto Cañedo
Lucía Guilmáin
Andrés Soler Andrés Soler
Alicia Montoya
Graciela Doring Graciela Doring
Rebeca Iturbide
Luis 'Vivi' Hernández Luis 'Vivi' Hernández
Armando Arriola Armando Arriola ... (as Armando Arriola 'Arriolita')
Rosa Mondragón Rosa Mondragón
Roberto Meyer Roberto Meyer
Macario Álvarez Macario Álvarez
Nathanael León ... (as Nathanael León 'Frankenstein')
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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

26 October 1967 (Mexico) See more »

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Uranio Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Ah! the decline of Mexican cinema
14 July 2003 | by dead_dudeINthehouseSee all my reviews

Yes this is the perfect example. DAMIANA Y LOS HOMBRES should've worked better as a soap opera. The plot is very simple.. A very poor girl gets the attention of a famous and rich publicist that offers her a chance to be her next beauty for his company. This poor but beautiful girl is Damiana (Carreño). While being in the city she meets a rich man and starts dating him, that changes her life as she had a formal boyfriend in her poor town.

The point is that Damiana ends up winning a very important beauty contest and lives happy forever. Mexican cinema detractors find this movie terrible! I second them. This was the time when Mexican cinema was in it's peak of mediocrity.

Meche Carreño is the best about this movie. She looked very sensual and I guess she could act.

"Welcome to Fright Night!...for real"


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