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The Caranchos of Florida (film)

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Genre  Drama
Screenplay  Alberto de Zavalia
Cast  Amelia Bence, Jose Gola
Language  Spanish
Director  Alberto de Zavalia
Music director  Homero Manzi
Cinematography  Jose Suarez
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Country  Argentina
The Caranchos of Florida (film) movie poster
Writer  Benito Lynch, Alfredo G. Volpe, Carlos Aden
Release date  2 November 1938 (1938-11-02)
Similar movies  The Life of Carlos Gardel (1939), El Fin de la noche (1944), The Old Skinflint (1942), El Ultimo Payador (1950), His Best Student (1944)

The Caranchos of Florida (Spanish: 'Los caranchos de la Florida') is a 1938 Argentine drama film directed and written by Alberto De Zavalia with Carlos Aden. The film premiered in Buenos Aires and starred José Gola and Amelia Bence.

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The film is based on a novel of the same title by Benito Lynch. It was part of the Golden Age of Argentine Cinema.

In the United States release the film was distributed by Cinexport Distributing Co.

Cast

  • José Gola
  • Amelia Bence
  • Domingo Sapelli
  • Homero Cárpena
  • Froilán Varela
  • Herminia Mancini
  • Isabel Figlioli
  • Carlos Bellucci
  • Miguel Ligero
  • Carlos Fioriti
  • Néstor Feria
  • Plot

    The film deals with the conflict between a father, master of a cattle ranch, and his son, who has returned after study.

    References

    The Caranchos of Florida (film) Wikipedia
    The Caranchos of Florida (film) IMDb


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