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María Félix vs Dolores del Río - La Cucaracha (1958)

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Uploaded on Feb 23, 2008

*) Dirigidas por Ismael Rodríguez y fotografiadas por Gabriel Figueroa, las dos divas mexicanas rivalizan frente a frente por única vez.
María Félix como "La Cucaracha" le disputa a Dolores del Río (Isabel, la viuda del maestro) el amor del Coronel Antonio Zeta (Emilio "El Indio" Fernández), quien es acompañado por Trinidad (Ignacio López Tarso) en la Revolución Mexicana de 1910.
La película fué proyectada, aunque sensurada por parte del clero, por la escandalosa escena de la iglesia, que causara gran polémica en la liga de la decencia, por varios puntos:

1.- La doña entraba sin velo en el templo.
2.- Blasfemaba dentro diciendo "¡Estoy en tu abuela!".
3.- Daba la espalda al altar.
4.- Salía dando alaridos de burla.

A causa de ésta y otras escenas la película fué clasificada en sección C, sin embargo está considerada como un clásico dentro de las 100 Mejores Películas del Cine Mexicano.


*) Directed by Ismael Rodriguez and photographed by Gabriel Figueroa, the two divas mexican rival face to face for only one time.
Maria Felix as "La Cucaracha" disputes to Dolores del Rio (Isabel, the widow of the teacher) the love of Colonel Antonio Zeta (Emilio "El Indio" Fernandez), who is accompanied by Trinidad (Ignacio Lopez Tarso) in the Mexican Revolution of 1910.
The film was projected, although prohibited by the clergy, by the scandalous scene of the church, which caused great controversy in the league of decency, by several points:

1.- Maria Felix fell without a veil in the temple.
2.- Scream and insulted within the church.
3.- She was backs to the altar.
4.- And she withdrew from the temple giving shouts of derision.

Because of this and other scenes in the film, this was classified in section C, but is considered a classic within the 100 Best Movies of Mexican Cinema.

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