Little Love of My Life (1952)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Western


Little Love of My Life (1952) Poster

Martin Corona (Infante) and Eulalio Gonzalez "Piporro" are local heroes that help the poor, the unfortunate and women in need. But Carmen Linares and Rosario Medina - double character - ... See full summary »


7.1/10
101

Photos

  • Little Love of My Life (1952)
  • Little Love of My Life (1952)
  • Sara Montiel in Little Love of My Life (1952)
  • Little Love of My Life (1952)
  • José Pulido at an event for Little Love of My Life (1952)
  • Eulalio González in Little Love of My Life (1952)

See all photos

Get More From IMDb

For an enhanced browsing experience, get the IMDb app on your smartphone or tablet.

Get the IMDb app

Reviews & Commentary

Add a Review


User Reviews


21 August 2006 | treada73
Here Comes....Piporro!!
Martin Corona,a Kind of Mexican Robin Hood or Don Quijote is performed by Pedro Infante in this film, with Eulalio Gonzalez "Piporro" as his old loyal squire in his first important role in his career and he does not demerit ,however have such important star as Pedro Infante at the top of his career, together made a very sympathetic couple and support the good office of Miguel Zacarias to get ,maybe his most important movie with Pedro Infante among the seven that they filmed together.

Zacarias got(maybe without intention)several memorable points in favor of his movie, for example to join for second time the international Spain actress Sarita Montiel and Infante(both had worked together for Miguel Zacarias in Necesito Dinero),to have the most popular song writer at that time, even acting in the movie(obviously almost an extra!),Jose Alfredo Jimenez, to give the opportunity of a young and charismatic actor interpreting an old man,Piporro, and the prestigious cinematographer Gabriel Figueroa with his beautiful views, all these ingredients more than its predictable plot made this film almost unforgettable.

More Like This

El enamorado

El enamorado

Tizoc (Amor indio)

Tizoc (Amor indio)

A.T.M.: ¡¡A toda máquina!!

A.T.M.: ¡¡A toda máquina!!

Los tres huastecos

Los tres huastecos

Two Careful Fellows

Two Careful Fellows

Nosotros los pobres

Nosotros los pobres

La violetera

La violetera

School for Tramps

School for Tramps

Ustedes, los ricos

Ustedes, los ricos

Los tres García

Los tres García

¡Vuelven los García!

¡Vuelven los García!

¡¿Qué te ha dado esa mujer?!

¡¿Qué te ha dado esa mujer?!

Storyline

Plot Summary


Synopsis (WARNING: Spoilers)


Genres

Comedy | Drama | Western

Details

Release Date:

23 May 1952

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Mexico

"American Horror Story" Tops This Week’s TV Picks

Here's everything worth watching from Emma Roberts at a murderous summer camp, to the return of "Titans," and a new celeb-packed Netflix movie.

Watch our video

Featured on IMDb

Join us Sunday, Sept. 22, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT for IMDb LIVE After the Emmys, with exclusive interviews, and more. Plus, see what IMDb editors are watching this month.

Around The Web

 | 

Powered by ZergNet

More To Explore

Search on Amazon.com