Las 4 Pack Idolos de Oro del Cine Mexicano "Las Donas" [4 Discs] [DVD]
- SKU: 8514208
- Release Date: 11/30/2005
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- Contiene 4 peliculas:
- La Mujer Sin Alma
- Señor Ama
- Cuidado con el Amor
- Las Tres Perfectas Casadas
Cuidado Con el Amor
This Mexican musicomedy was released in English-speaking markets as Watch Out For Love. Pop star Pedro Infante plays a happy-go-lucky young man whose romantic misadventures are the heart and soul of the film. Our Hero leaves home at the beginning of the story in search of true love, finding it in the form of a young lady who is unwillingly affianced to an older, richer man. The boy saves the day by miraculously coming up with his own reserve of cash. Co-starring with Infante is the estimable Elsa Aguirre, who in one cunningly photographed scene displays ample portions of her torso for the benefit of her fans. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
La Mujer Sin Alma
Director Fernando de Fuentes and star Maria Felix, the creative team responsible for the 1943 box-office hit Dona Barbera, once more combined their talents for La Mujer sin Alma (Woman without a Soul) Felix is cast as Tersa, a lowborn sewing machine girl with high-society aspirations. Hoping to escape her shabby environment, Tersa marries the fabulously wealthy, much-older Don Vicente (Alfredo Soler). Quickly tiring of her elderly mate, she begins a series of casual affairs, ending in an emotional crash-and-burn. Fernando Soler delivers the film's best performance as Tersa's best friend-severest critic. In America, Dona Barbera and La Mujer sin Alma were released in reverse order in the early months of 1945. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Las Tres Perfectas Casadas
The Spanish language romantic drama Las Tres Perfectas Casadas features Mexican film star Mauricio Garces as one of the points in a love triangle. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- José Suárez
- Rafael Luis Calvo
- Juan Vincente Cordoba