Allá en el Rancho Grande
Allá en el Rancho Grande (English: Out on the Great Ranch) is a 1936 Mexican romantic drama film directed by Fernando de Fuentes and starring Tito Guízar and Esther Fernández. The film is considered to be the one that started the Golden Age of Mexican cinema.
|Allá en el Rancho Grande|
|Directed by||Fernando de Fuentes|
|Screenplay by||Antonio Guzmán Aguilera (as Guz Aguila) |
Fernando de Fuentes
|Story by||Antonio Guzmán Aguilera |
Luz Guzmán de Arellano
|Music by||Lorenzo Barcelata|
|Edited by||Fernando de Fuentes|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
The owner and the general manager of a ranch (Rancho Grande), two good friends, fall in love with the same girl at the same time. The owner tries to 'buy' the girl without knowing she is in love with the manager.
In 1949, it was remade by the same director and shot in colour with new principals.