If I Were Just Anyone

If I Were Just Anyone (Spanish: Si fuera una cualquiera) is a 1950 Mexican drama film directed by Ernesto Cortázar and starring Meche Barba and Fernando Fernández. The film is the sequel to the film Love Street.

If I Were Just Anyone
Directed byErnesto Cortázar
Produced byLuis Manrique
Written byErnesto Cortázar
Jaime Contreras
StarringMeche Barba
Fernando Fernández
Lilia Prado
Freddy Fernández "El Pichi"
Music byManuel Esperón
Los Panchos
Francisco Avitia
CinematographyVíctor Herrera
Release date
May 31, 1950 (México)
Running time
100 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

PlotEdit

Fernando (Fernando Fernández) and Queta (Meche Barba) manage the prosperous tortería Acá las tortas. The relationship between Fernando and Queta breaks down when he is related with two evil women, owners of a cabaret. Both women were protected by a corrupt cop who wants Queta, and convinces her to dance in the cabaret. When Fernando discovers her, he thinks that she has become into a whore. Fernando finished singing in ordinary cabarets, while Queta looking for a way to convince him of her innocence.[1]

CastEdit

ReviewsEdit

The film is a sequel to the same year film Love Street , also starring by Barba and Fernández.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Aviña, Rafael (1999). "Las Rumberas del Cine Mexicano (The Rumberas of the Mexican Cinema)". SOMOS: 36.

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