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La Otra (film)

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Genre  Crime, Drama, Mystery
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Country  Mexico
7.2/10 IMDb

Director  Roberto Gavaldon
Music director  Raul Lavista
Language  Spanish
La Otra (film) movie poster
Writer  Rian James, Roberto Gavaldon
Release date  November 20, 1946 (1946-11-20)
Initial release  November 20, 1946 (Mexico)
Screenplay  Roberto Gavaldon, Jose Revueltas
Cast  Dolores del Río (Magdalena Méndez / María Méndez), Agustín Irusta (Roberto González), Víctor Junco (Fernando), José Baviera (Licenciado de la Fuente), Manuel Dondé (Agente Vilár), Conchita Carracedo (Carmela)
Similar movies  She's the Man, The Celebration, The Prince of Tides, Nell, The Young Girls of Rochefort, Dead Ringer

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La Otra ("The Other" (feminine)), sometimes screened with the title The Other One, is a 1946 Mexican drama film directed by Roberto Gavaldón and starring Dolores del Río. The film inspired the movie Dead Ringer, starred by Bette Davis.

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Plot

At a Christmas party, María Méndez (Dolores del Río) learns that Magdalena Mendez, her rich twin sister, had a very comfortable lifestyle, so she kills Magdalena and assumes her identity and lifestyle. However, her life becomes complicated by her late sister's sleazy boyfriend (Víctor Junco) and Roberto Gonzalez (Agustín Irusta), who loved the "dead" María.

Details

La Otra is one of the best Del Río and Gavaldón films, as well the set designer Gunther Gerzso and photographer Alex Phillips, all important figures in the artistic Mexican world.

Cast

  • Dolores del Río as María and Magdalena Méndez
  • Víctor Junco Fernando
  • Agustín Irusta as Roberto Gonzalez
  • José Baviera as Sgt. De La Fuente
  • Manuel Dondé as agente Vilar
  • Conchita Carraced as Carmela
  • Other versions

    The script for La Otra was owned by Warner Bros. and is the same script as the 1964 version, Dead Ringer (1964), starring Bette Davis.

    References

    La Otra (film) Wikipedia
    La Otra (film) IMDbLa Otra (film) Rotten TomatoesLa Otra (film) themoviedb.org


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