My Memories of Mexico

My Memories of Mexico (Spanish:México de mis recuerdos) is a 1944 Mexican historical musical film directed by Juan Bustillo Oro and starring Fernando Soler, Sofía Álvarez, Joaquín Pardavé, Dolores Camarillo and Salvador Quiroz.[1] The film nostalgically recreates the years of the Porfirio Díaz dictatorship in Mexico.

My Memories of Mexico
Directed byJuan Bustillo Oro
Produced byGregorio Walerstein
Written byJuan Bustillo Oro
StarringFernando Soler
Sofía Álvarez
Joaquín Pardavé
Music byFederico Ruiz
CinematographyJack Draper
Edited byMario González
Production
company
Filmex
Distributed byAzteca Films
Release date
6 April 1944
Running time
91 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

The film's sets were designed by the art director Luis Moya.

CastEdit

  • Fernando Soler as Don Jesús Flores
  • Sofía Álvarez as Rosario Medina
  • Joaquín Pardavé as Don Susanito Peñafiel y Somellera
  • Luis Aldás as Pablo Flores
  • Antonio R. Frausto as Don Porfirio Díaz
  • Tana as Adelina Roca
  • Virginia Zurí as Doña Carmelita
  • Mimí Derba as Tía Gertrudis
  • Dolores Camarillo as Conchita, portera
  • María Luisa Serrano as Tía Cuquita
  • Conchita Gentil Arcos as Tía Blandina
  • Salvador Quiroz as Coronel Zamudio
  • Ricardo Mutio as Luis G. Urbina
  • José Pidal as Amado Nervo
  • Ernesto Monato as Ernesto Elorduy
  • Manuel Noriega as Pancho, mayordomo
  • Max Langler as Nicolás Zúñiga y Miranda
  • Victoria Argota as Doña Rumalda Moriones
  • Adelina Vehi as Doña Genara Moriones
  • Valentín Asperó
  • Alfredo Varela padre as Amigo de Chucho
  • Alberto Michel
  • Roberto Cañedo as Teniente González
  • Lidia Franco as Invitada a fiesta
  • Paco Martínez as Don Manuel
  • Félix Medel as Pregonero
  • Ignacio Peón as Mayordomo del presidente
  • Manuel Pozos as Invitado a boda
  • Alicia Reyna as Lola, criada de Adelina
  • José Ignacio Rocha as Pregonero
  • Humberto Rodríguez as Ramírez
  • Aurora Ruiz as Petra, criada de Rosario
  • Ramón Sánchez as Barrendero
  • María Valdealde as Invitada que aplaude en boda
  • David Valle González as Camarero
  • Aurora Zermeño as Lucía, amiga de Adelina

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Segre p.89

BibliographyEdit

  • Segre, Erica. Intersected Identities: Strategies of Visualisation in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-century Mexican Culture. Berghahn Books, 2007.

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