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Director  Luis Cesar Amadori
Country  Argentina
7.4/10 IMDb

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Language  Spanish
Honeysuckle (film) movie poster
Release date  5 November 1938
Writer  Luis Cesar Amadori (play), Ivo Pelay (play)

Honeysuckle (Spanish:Madreselva) is a 1938 Argentine musical film directed by Luis Cesar Amadori and starring Hugo del Carril, Libertad Lamarque and Malisa Zini. The film premiered in Buenos Aires on 5 November 1938. The film was a popular success. Its plot is loosely based on the lyrics of a tango song of the same name. It is a tango film, an extremely popular genre during the Golden Age of Argentine Cinema. It was screened at the Venice Film Festival.

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During the production Del Caril met Ana Maria Lynch who was working on the film as an extra. They began a decade-long relationship during which time the couple appeared together in several films.

Venice Film estival 1941

Synopsis

A film star enjoys a romance with the daughter of a puppeteer, but his criminal past threatens to ruin it.

Cast

  • Libertad Lamarque
  • Hugo del Carril
  • Malisa Zini
  • Miguel Gomez Bao
  • Perla Mary
  • Leo Rapoli
  • Julio Traversa
  • Julio Renato
  • Max Citelli
  • Alberto Terrones
  • Amelia Lamarque
  • Arturo Bamio
  • Angel Boffa
  • Bibliography

  • Rist, Peter H. Historical Dictionary of South American Cinema. Rowman & Littlefield, 2014.
  • References

    Honeysuckle (film) Wikipedia
    Honeysuckle (film) IMDb Honeysuckle (film) themoviedb.org


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