The Bandits of Cold River

The Bandits of Cold River (Spanish:Los bandidos de Río Frío) is a 1956 Mexican western film directed by Rogelio A. González and starring Luis Aguilar, César del Campo and Dagoberto Rodríguez.[1]

The Bandits of Río Frío
Directed byRogelio A. González
Produced byEmilio Tuero
Written byManuel Payno (novel)
Alfredo Varela
Rogelio A. González
StarringLuis Aguilar
César del Campo
Dagoberto Rodríguez
Music byGonzalo Curiel
CinematographyRaúl Martínez Solares
Edited byCarlos Savage
Production
companies
Filmadora Argel
Pydasa
Distributed byColumbia Pictures
Release date
4 February 1956
Running time
95 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

The film's sets were designed by the art director Francisco Marco Chillet.

CastEdit

  • Luis Aguilar as Juan Robreño
  • César del Campo as Fernando de los Monteros, Marqués de Valle Alegre
  • Dagoberto Rodríguez as Evaristo
  • Fernando Casanova as Marcos, adulto
  • Rita Macedo as Mariana del Sauz
  • Fernando Soto as Hilario
  • Prudencia Grifell as Agustina
  • Miguel Ángel Ferriz as Padre de Juan
  • Alfredo Varela as Lic. Lamparilla
  • Víctor Velázquez as Coronel Barinelli
  • Ernesto Finance as Señor presidente
  • Georgina Barragán as Doña Cecilia
  • Lupe Inclán as Yerbera
  • Enriqueta Reza as Yerbera
  • Berta Cervera as Tule, sirvienta
  • Rogelio Fernández as Emperador, militar
  • Manuel Vergara 'Manver' as José el tuerto
  • Carmen Manzano as Pantaleona, criada de Cecilia
  • José Chávez as Tendero
  • José María Linares-Rivas
  • Gregorio Acosta as José el largo
  • Julio Ahuet as Cochero
  • Daniel Arroyo as Hombre asaltado
  • Victorio Blanco as Campesino anciano
  • Guillermo Bravo Sosa as Borracho
  • Enedina Díaz de León as Tía Panchita
  • Vicente Lara as José
  • Rosa María Montes as Cantante de ópera asaltado
  • Inés Murillo as Vecina de Panchita
  • Francisco Pando as Celso Barajas
  • José Pardavé
  • Nicolás Rodríguez hijo as Marcos, adolescente

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Beezley & Curcio p.84

BibliographyEdit

  • William H. Beezley & Linda Ann Curcio. Latin American Popular Culture Since Independence: An Introduction. Rowman & Littlefield, 2012.

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