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El bueno para nada

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Screenplay  Alfredo Zacarias
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Country  Mexico
5/10 IMDb

Genre  Adventure, Comedy, Family
Producer  Miguel Zacarias
Language  Spanish
El bueno para nada El bueno para nada Wikipedia
Director  Gilberto Martinez Solares
Writer  Alfredo Zacarias (story)
Release date  July 26, 1973 (1973-07-26) (Mexico)
Cast  Gaspar Henaine, Lina Marin, Susana Alexander, Pancho Cordova
Similar movies  Related Gilberto Martinez Solares movies

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El bueno para nada ("The Good for Nothing") is a 1973 Mexican comedy film directed by Gilberto Martínez Solares and produced by Miguel Zacarías. It is the fourteenth film starring Gaspar Henaine alone as Capulina (without Marco Antonio Campos as Viruta). Lina Marín, Susana Alexander, and Pancho Córdova are also featured.

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Cast

  • Gaspar Henaine as Capulina Mantecón: an incompetent handyman.
  • Lina Marín as María: Capulina's girlfriend and the Saldañas' housemaid.
  • Susana Alexander as Carolina Saldaña: Benigno's wife and María's employer.
  • Pancho Córdova as Benigno Saldaña: Carolina's husband and María's employer.
  • Ivonne Govea as the wife of the jealous husband.
  • Juan Gallardo as the police inspector of the Procuraduría General de la República.
  • Enrique Pontón as Otto I: Inventor of a machine capable of causing earthquakes.
  • Production

    Principal photography for El bueno para nada commenced in April 1970. Filming locations included Estudios Churubusco, Mexico City, and Acapulco, Guerrero.

    Release

    El bueno para nada premiered on July 26, 1973 (nearly three years after its production) in a total of fourteen Mexico City cinemas four five weeks.

    References

    El bueno para nada Wikipedia
    El bueno para nada IMDb


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