Tres muchachas de Jalisco (1964)

  |  Comedy, Musical, Romance


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When their attractive cousin Elvira starts a relationship with their middle-aged father don Pepe, beautiful sisters Flor and María make plans to prevent the impending marriage.



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21 May 2015 | vquinterocastro
10
| Three beautiful women from Jalisco!
"Tres muchachas de Jalisco" stars Elvira Quintana, Flor Silvestre, and María Duval, three of Mexico's most beautiful and talented actresses and singers. They also happen to be my favorite leading ladies of classic Mexican films... and I'm very content that all three made a great film together! Supporting roles are played by Álvaro Zermeño, Carlos López Moctezuma, León Michel, Chucho Salinas (who provides the comic relief), Adolfo Garza, and Sofía Álvarez (another beautiful actress and talented singer). The acting and musical performances of the entire cast are outstanding, and this film is superbly entertaining as both a comedy and a musical. The gorgeous Eastmancolor cinematography and the picturesque filming locations are remarkably attractive. This classic Mexican film is absolutely unique and unforgettable.

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Comedy | Musical | Romance

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Release Date:

30 January 1964

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Mexico

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