La casa es seria (1933)


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A creole singer tries to date with dancer, who tries to avoid him.


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30 January 2004 | finki
A semi-lost film
While this Carlos Gardel short is lost, the complete soundtrack survives and thanks to it, and stills, we know how was the film.

Originally released along with Paramount's "Love Me Tonight", it is difficult to know why it didn't survive as the Rouben Mamoulian film did.

However, thanks to the elements we have we can still enjoy this Gardel rarity (the other been his lost scenes from "The Big Broadcast of 1936").

While it also features Imperio Argentina, this was a Gardel movie. A rather funny story of a famous singer in love with a lady that turns out to be a prostitute.

Been forced to listen it and not watch it, forces the imagination with marvelous results.

I am quite fortunate to have a copy of that soundtrack. (EMI has reissued the two songs performed by Gardel in the film: "Quiéreme" and "Recuerdo Malevo").

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8 December 1933



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