Who Has Seen the Wind? (1965)

TV Movie   |    |  Drama


This was part of a series of TV productions intended to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations. This one centered around a family of refugees who, for lack of ... See full summary »


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19 October 2010 | algmzt
Trivia
  • Who has seen the wind was filmed in Mazatlan waters.


  • The real name of the ship was Culiacán, which was changed to Hirundo by the director.


  • This ship was so old that high waves broke the wheel when a storm hit the area on Wednesday, September 30th, 1965.


  • The Hirundo drifted for a few hours, so the captain had to anchor it until 14-foot fishing boats from Mazatlan came to rescue the players that night.


  • However ship's crew and others, numbering 35, had to wait till next day, October 1st, when the ship was tugged to Mazatlan harbor.


Data taken from the book Érase Una Vez en Mazatlán (Once Upon a Time in Mazatlan) written by Antonio Lerma Garay

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Release Date:

19 February 1965

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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