Release dateOctober 8, 1959 (1959-10-08) (Mexico) Based on"Dos corazones y un cielo" WriterRaul Zenteno (story), Rafael Baledon (adaptation), Carlos Orellana (adaptation)
Dos corazones y un cielo piporro 1959
Dos corazones y un cielo (English: Two Hearts and One Heaven) is a 1959 Mexican musical-comedy film directed by Rafael Baledón and starring Demetrio González, Eulalio González, and Rosa de Castilla. It also features the last appearance of Carlos Orellana.
Demetrio gonzalez rosa de castilla dos corazones y un cielo
The married life of singers Antonio Castillo (Demetrio González) and Isabel del Río (Rosa de Castilla) isn't as successful as their professional careers—that is because of their mutual jealousy and criticism. As if things weren't to drastic already, Isabel's cousin Felipe Treviño (Eulalio González) arrives from his hometown after a devastating epidemic and decides to move in with them. After a trip to Santa María del Maíz, Antonio's hometown, Antonio and Isabel find themselves to be the victims of a career separation unintentionally orchestrated by Felipe. Both singers decide to go solo separate ways, Isabel tackles theatre with Spanish businessman César Ordóñez (Carlos Agostí), while Antonio tries luck as a tenor under the instruction of Italian chocolate magnate Dina Castellammare (Rosa Elena Durgel). However Felipe plans cunning ways to join the singers back into matrimonial harmony.
Demetrio González as Antonio Castillo
Rosa de Castilla as Isabel del Río
Eulalio González as Felipe Treviño
Rosa Elena Durgel as Dina Castellammare
Carlos Agostí as César Ordóñez
Roy Fletcher as Cabaret host
José Loza as Auditorium representative
Willie Wilhelmy as Theatrical representative
Rubén Zepeda Novelo as Television reporter
Carlos Orellana as Atanacio Turrubiates
Armando Arriola as Italian art director of "Chocolatitos Milan"
Polo Ortín as Cabaret waiter
Aurora Huerta as Hermanita Velázquez (uncredited)
Luz Huerta as Hermanita Velázquez (uncredited)
Florencio Castelló as César's attendant (uncredited)
Jorge Lavat Second auditorium representative (uncredited)