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Encyclopedia > Golden age of the cinema of Mexico

The Golden age of the cinema of Mexico (in Spanish: Época de oro del cine mexicano) is the name given to the period between 1935 and 1959 where the quality and economic success of the cinema of Mexico reached its peak. The history of Mexican cinema goes back to the beginning of the 20th century, when several enthusiasts of the new medium documented historical events – most particularly the Mexican Revolution – and produced some movies that have been only recently been rediscovered. ...


The golden era is thought to have started with the film ¡Vámonos con Pancho Villa! (1935), which is to this date considered the best of the cinema of Mexico. The movie was a box-office failure by Fernando de Fuentes that followed his box-office smash hit Allá en el Rancho Grande. The quality and box-office success of Mexican films continued after the end of World War II when Mexican cinema became focused on commercial films. ¡Vámonos con Pancho Villa! (Lets Go with Pancho Villa!) is a Mexican motion picture filmed in 1936. ... It is proposed that this article be deleted, because of the following concern: list from a single magazine should be linked from that article, not reproduced independently; infringes on their copyright If you can address this concern by improving, copyediting, sourcing, renaming or merging the page, please edit this page... Combatants Allies: Poland, United Kingdom, Soviet Union, France/Free France, United States, China, Canada, India, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Greece, and others Axis Powers: Germany, Italy, Japan, Bulgaria, Finland, Romania, Hungary, Burma, Slovakia Casualties Military dead: 17 million Civilian dead: 33 million Total dead: 50 million Military dead: 8...

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Background

In 1939 Europe and the United States were involved in World War II and the film industries of these regions were severely affected. The first because it was where the war was taking place and the second one because it rationed materials used for armament, cellulose (used to produced film) was included. In 1942, German submarines destroyed oil tankers of PEMEX and Mexico joined the allies in the war against the German nation. Mexico gained status of most favored nation and after a reduction in manufacture of many consumer goods, including films, the film industry of Mexico found new sources of materials and equipment to save itself. The low competition from the cinema of France, Italy, Spain and Argentina and the world leader, the United States, focused on war films made it possible for the national movie industry to conquer the Mexican and Latin American markets. World map showing Europe Political map Europe is one of the seven continents of Earth which, in this case, is more a cultural and political distinction than a physiographic one, leading to various perspectives about Europes borders. ... Cellulose (C6H10O5)n is a long-chain polymeric polysaccharide carbohydrate, of beta-glucose. ... German UC-1 class World War I submarine A model of Gunter Priens Unterseeboot 47 (U-47), German WWII Type VII diesel-electric hunter-killer (SSK) submarine USS Virginia, a Virginia-class nuclear attack (SSN) submarine A submarine is a specialized watercraft that can operate underwater. ... A tanker is usually a vehicle carrying large amounts of liquid fuel. ... A Pemex gas station in Puerto Vallarta Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) is Mexicos state-owned, nationalized petroleum company. ... Most favoured nation (or most favored nation, MFN) is a term used in international trade. ... Definitions of consumer goods by Ben Murray New goods acquired by households for their own consumption. ... Film is a term that encompasses motion pictures as individual projects, as well as the field in general. ... France has been influential in the development of film as a mass medium and as an art form. ... The war film is a film genre that has to do with warfare, usually focusing on naval, air, or land battles, but sometimes focusing instead on prisoners of war, covert operations, military training, or other related subjects. ... Latin America consists of the countries of South America and some of North America (including Central America and some the islands of the Caribbean) whose inhabitants mostly speak Romance languages, although Native American languages are also spoken. ...


The golden era

One of the first box-office successes was the film Allá en el rancho grande of Fernando de Fuentes which became the first classic of the cinema of Mexico. This producer completed the film after Vámonos con Pancho Villa but because of post-production problems with the second he released the first one a film he had not had many artistic aspirations for but was a success in the box office. The artistic quality of the second film was significantly higher but only lasted in theaters for two weeks. Jalisco canta en Sevilla (starred by ranchera singer Jorge Negrete) was another production of de Fuentes and the first co-produced with Spain. These films are all in the rural genre but also in the musical/comedy genre. The rural genre also produced drama films such as María Candelariz and La perla. This last film was written by Pulitzer prize-winning author John Steinbeck and adapted to the screen by Emilio Fernández "El Indio" who also directed it. The history of Mexican cinema goes back to the beginning of the 20th century, when several enthusiasts of the new medium documented historical events – most particularly the Mexican Revolution – and produced some movies that have been only recently been rediscovered. ... The ranchera is a genre of the traditional music of Mexico. ... Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 - December 5, 1953) was a Mexican singer and movie star. ... La perla (The pearl) is a 1945 production of the Cinema of Mexico. ... The gold medal awarded for Public Service in Journalism The Pulitzer Prize is an American award regarded as the highest honor in print journalism, literary achievements, and musical compositions. ... John Ernst Steinbeck (February 27, 1902 – December 20, 1968) was an American writer of the 20th century. ... El Indio Fernández (born Emilio Fernández Romo March 26, 1904 Mineral del Hondo, Coahuila – August 6, 1986) was a Mexican actor, screenwriter and director of the Cinema of Mexico. ...


Another genre of urban comedy with stars like Cantinflas and Tin Tan produced many important films. The first films were produced and written by Arcady Boytler and take place in the middle-class neighborhoods and low-class barrios of Mexico City. These places also inspired urban reality films such as Los olvidados of Luis Buñuel and Nosotros los pobres starred by singer Pedro Infante. The biggest diva of the cinema of Mexico was María Félix who made rural dramas playing as well the roles of a native or a peasant than roles of socialites in La diosa arodillada and La mujer sin alma. However, the role that gave her the nickname "La Doña" was Doña Bárbara. Mario Moreno Reyes (August 12, 1911–April 20, 1993), better known as Cantinflas, was a Mexican actor, circus performer and comedian. ... Germán Valdés (September 19, 1915 - June 29, 1973), better known as Tin-Tan, was a Mexican actor, singer and comedian. ... Arcady Arcadievic Boytler Rososky (August 31, 1895 – November 24, 1965) was a producer, screenwriter, and director, most renowned for his films during of the golden age of Mexican cinema. ... Mexico City (Spanish: Ciudad de México, México D.F. or simply México, pronounced /mexiko/ in IPA) is the capital and largest city of the nation of Mexico. ... Los olvidados (The Forgotten Ones) is a film Spanish filmaker Luis Buñuel, filmed while he was living in Mexico after leaving Spain following the Spanish Civil War. ... Luis Buñuel Portoles (February 22, 1900 – July 29, 1983) was a Spanish-born Mexican filmmaker. ... Pedro Infante (November 18, 1917 – April 15, 1957) was a popular Mexican actor and singer in the 1940s and 1950s. ... María Félix (born María de los Ángeles Félix Güereña) was a Mexican actress. ... A socialite is a person (male or female, but more often used for a woman) of social prominence who is considered to be an influential social figure. ... Doña Bárbara is a novel by Venezuelan author Rómulo Gallegos written in 1929. ...


Decades of labor disputes between studios and talent played a role in bringing about the end of the golden age, but the primary cause was concentration of studio ownership. During the land reforms of President Lázaro Cárdenas, American sugar plantation owner and bootlegger William O. Jenkins sold his land holdings and made a comparatively safer investment in Mexican movie theaters. By the mid-1940s, Jenkins owned two theater chains and controlled all film showings in 12 states. His chains began limiting the exhibition of Mexican films to allow more Hollywood films to be shown. He also used his influence in the industry to dictate regulations that limited film production to a few genres. These low-budget, low quality films became known as "churros". The President of the United Mexican States is the head of state of Mexico. ... Term of office: November 30, 1934 – December 1, 1940 Preceded by: Abelardo L. Rodríguez Succeeded by: Manuel Ávila Camacho Date of birth: 21 May 1895 Place of birth: Jiquilpan, Michoacán Date of death: 19 October 1970 Place of death: Mexico City Profession: Army General First Lady: Amalia Sol... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... The United Mexican States or Mexico (Estados Unidos Mexicanos or México) is a federal republic made up of 31 states (estados) and one Federal District, (Distrito Federal), which contains the capital, Mexico City. ...


In 1944, Jenkins invested in Churubusco studios. The company soon came to dominate the Mexican industry, and by the late 1950s, CLASA, Azteca Films, and Tepeyac Studios had all either closed or been bought out, leaving only Jorge Stahl's San Angel Inn as competition. In 1957, Jenkins bought the theater chain of Abelardo Rodríguez, his last remaining competitor, effectively taking control of every aspect of the Mexican cinema industry, from production to exhibition. The only survivor of the golden days was Luis Buñuel with films like El ángel extermindador in 1961. Term of office: 4 September 1932 – 30 November 1934 Preceded by: Pascual Ortiz Rubio Succeeded by: Lázaro Cárdenas del Río Date of birth: 12 May 1889 Place of birth: Guaymas, Sonora Date of death: 13 February 1967 Place of death: La Jolla, California, USA Profession: Army General...


Pedro Infante and Jorge Negrete were the two grand leading men of the core of this "Golden Age", and when Negrete was the leader of the Actors Union when it began, alongside dear Cantinflas, Infante was and always will be he who is called by all as El Idolo del Pueblo or The Hero of the People. Both worked on a film that was named Dos Tipos de Cuidado or Two Guys to be Carefull with, where Jorge played "Jorge Bueno" and Pedro played "Pedro Malo". Not long after the film was made, dear Jorge Negrete died of illness when he was in Hollywood California for a tour performance. Pedro led the motorcade of his funeral by riding his legendary Harley Davidson, and leading in uniform the famed Motorcycle Traffic Cops of el Distrito Federal; or Escuadron de la Direccion del Transito Distrito Federal, whose name included Acrobático or Acrobat for they were legendary for thier Death Defying Stunts as Daredevils, in which that organization made Pedro thier Commandante honorably for life. That was for he and Luis Aguilar made the organization a part of Movie History, for they were in the epic comedy trilogy of ÁTM or Á Toda Maquina and its sequel of Que Te Ha Dado Esa Mujer. Pedro Infante (November 18, 1917 – April 15, 1957) was a popular Mexican actor and singer in the 1940s and 1950s. ... Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 - December 5, 1953) was a Mexican singer and movie star. ... Mario Moreno Reyes (August 12, 1911–April 20, 1993), better known as Cantinflas, was a Mexican actor, circus performer and comedian. ... Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 - December 5, 1953) was a Mexican singer and movie star. ... ... Official language(s) English Capital Sacramento Largest city Los Angeles Area  Ranked 3rd  - Total 158,302 sq mi (410,000 km²)  - Width 250 miles (400 km)  - Length 770 miles (1,240 km)  - % water 4. ... Anniversary badge on a 2003 Harley-Davidson The Harley-Davidson Motor Company (NYSE: HDI) is an American manufacturer of motorcycles based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. ... Federal Districts are subdivisions of a federal system of government. ... Federal Districts are subdivisions of a federal system of government. ... Look up Acrobat in Wiktionary, the free dictionary Acrobat may refer to: someone who practises acrobatics. ...


For so many the end of the Golden age of the cinema of Mexico came on April 15, 1957 when a private Plane crashed in the area of Merida Yucatan. On that Plane was Pedro Infante and he died instantly. Oh What a Horrible task it was!!! People would say, when the Rescue Crews had to recover the charred remains of he who was El Idolo, where they recognized him via a Gold Bracelet that he wore, with his funeral being that of what could be reguarded as a true State Funeral for a hero and also an age. April 15 is the 105th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (106th in leap years). ... 1957 (MCMLVII) was a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Places named Merida or Mérida include: Mérida, capital city of Yucatán State in Mexico Mérida, capital city of Extremadura Autonomous Community, Spain Mérida, capital city of Mérida State, Venezuela This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... The Yucatán Peninsula separates the Caribbean Sea from the Gulf of Mexico. ... Pedro Infante (November 18, 1917 – April 15, 1957) was a popular Mexican actor and singer in the 1940s and 1950s. ... A state funeral is a public funeral ceremony held to honour heads of state or other important people of national significance. ...


Films

Águila o sol (1937)
Águila o sol (1937)
Ahi está el detalle (1940)
Ahi está el detalle (1940)
La perla (1940)
La perla (1940)
Los olvidados (1950)
Los olvidados (1950)
Una mujer sin amor (1951)
Una mujer sin amor (1951)

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1930s

  • Allá en el Rancho Grande (1936)
  • Águila o sol (1937)
  • La mujer de nadie (1937)
  • Diablillos de arrabal (1938)

Águila o sol (Heads or tails) is a film of the cinema of Mexico. ...

1940s

  • Ahí está el detalle (1940)
  • Cuando los hijos se van (1941)
  • La isla de la Pasión (Clipperton) (1941)
  • El baisano Jalil (1942)
  • Historia de un gran amor (1942)
  • Una carta de amor (1943)
  • Distinto amanecer (1943)
  • Doña Bárbara (1943)
  • Flor silvestre (1943)
  • María Candelaria (Xochimilco) (1943)
  • México de mis recuerdos (1943)
  • Santa (1943)
  • Las abandonadas (1944)
  • La barraca (1944)
  • Bugambilia (1944)
  • Campeón sin corona (1945)
  • Pepita Jiménez (1945)
  • La perla (1945)
  • Enamorada (1946)
  • Gran Casino (1946)
  • La otra (1946)
  • Los tres García (1946)
  • La diosa arrodillada (1947)
  • Gángsters contra charros (1947)
  • Músico, poeta y loco (1947)
  • El niño perdido (1947)
  • Nosotros los pobres (1947)
  • Río Escondido (1947)
  • Calabacitas tiernas (1948)
  • Esquina bajan...! (1948)
  • Una familia de tantas (1948)
  • Lola Casanova (1948)
  • Maclovia (1948)
  • Pueblerina (1948)
  • Salón México (1948)
  • Los tres huastecos (1948)
  • Aventurera (1949)
  • Doña Diabla (1949)
  • Duelo en las montañas (1949)
  • El gran calavera (1949)
  • La malquerida (1949)
  • La negra Angustias (1949)
  • La oveja negra (1949)
  • No desearás la mujer de tu hijo (1949)
  • El rey del barrio (1949)

Ahí está el detalle (Theres the rub, or literally Theres the detail, release internationally as Here Is the Point and Youre Missing the Point in the United States) is a film of the Golden Era of the cinema of Mexico. ... Doña Bárbara is a novel by Venezuelan author Rómulo Gallegos written in 1929. ... La perla (The pearl) is a 1945 production of the Cinema of Mexico. ...

1950s

  • ¡Ay amor... cómo me has puesto! (1950)
  • Doña Perfecta (1950)
  • En la palma de tu mano (1950)
  • La marca del zorrillo (1950)
  • Los olvidados (1950)
  • Rosauro Castro (1950)
  • Sensualidad (1950)
  • Siempre tuya (1950)
  • Simbad el mareado (1950)
  • El suavecito (1950)
  • Susana (Carne y demonio) (1950)
  • Víctimas del pecado (1950)
  • A. T. M. A toda máquina! (1951)
  • El ceniciento (1951)
  • Chucho el Remendado (1951)
  • La hija del engaño (1951)
  • Una mujer sin amor (1951)
  • Mujeres sin mañana (1951)
  • La noche avanza (1951)
  • El revoltoso (1951)
  • Subida al cielo (1951)
  • Trotacalles (1951)
  • El bello durmiente (1952)
  • El bruto (1952)
  • Dos tipos de cuidado (1952)
  • Él (1952)
  • Me traes de un ala (1952)
  • El rebozo de Soledad (1952)
  • Robinson Crusoe (1952)
  • Abismos de pasión (1953)
  • Espaldas mojadas (1953)
  • La ilusión viaja en tranvía (1953)
  • El mariachi desconocido (1953)
  • Raíces (1953)
  • El rapto (1953)
  • Reportaje (1953)
  • Escuela de vagabundos (1954)
  • El río y la muerte (1954)
  • El vizconde de Montecristo (1954)
  • Ensayo de un crimen (1955)
  • El inocente (1955)
  • Lo que le pasó a Sansón (1955)
  • El médico de las locas (1955)
  • El gato sin botas (1956)
  • Ladrón de cadáveres (1956)
  • La muerte en este jardín (1956)
  • Torero (1956)
  • El vampiro (1957)

Los olvidados (The Forgotten Ones) is a film Spanish filmaker Luis Buñuel, filmed while he was living in Mexico after leaving Spain following the Spanish Civil War. ... Una mujer sin amor is a 1952 film of the cinema of Mexico directed by Spanish-born filmmaker Luis Buñuel. ...

People

Actors

  • Rodolfo Acosta
  • Amalia Aguilar
  • Alma Rosa Aguirre
  • Elsa Aguirre
  • Ernesto Alonso
  • Sofía Álvarez
  • Raúl de Anda
  • Pedro Armendáriz
  • Meche Barba
  • Roberto Cañedo
  • Rosa Carmina
  • Roberto Cobo
  • Arturo de Córdova
  • Silvia Derbez
  • Irasema Dilián
  • Columba Domínguez
  • Irma Dorantes
  • María Félix
  • Emilio Fernández
  • Esther Fernández
  • Rosita Fornés
  • Sara García
  • Emilia Guiú
  • Joaquín Pardavé
  • Víctor Parra
  • Blanca Estela Pavón
  • Silvia Pinal
  • María Antonieta Pons
  • Lilia Prado
  • Rosita Quintana
  • Dolores del Río
  • Gustavo Rojo
  • Rubén Rojo
  • Martha Roth
  • Wolf Ruvinskis
  • Ninón Sevilla
  • David Silva
  • Andrés Soler
  • Domingo Soler
  • Fernando Soler
  • Julián Soler
  • Fernando Soto "Mantequilla"
  • Emilio Tuero
  • Germán Valdés "Tin Tan"
  • María Victoria

Rodolfo Acosta (b. ... Pedro Armendáriz, born Pedro Gregorio Armendáriz Hastings (May 9, 1912, Mexico City – June 18, 1963, Los Angeles, California) was a Mexican actor of the Cinema of Mexico and Hollywood. ... Silvia Derbez (born Lucille Silvia Derbez Amézquita March 8, 1932-April 6, 2002) was a Mexican film and television actress. ... María Félix (born María de los Ángeles Félix Güereña) was a Mexican actress. ... El Indio Fernández (born Emilio Fernández Romo March 26, 1904 Mineral del Hondo, Coahuila – August 6, 1986) was a Mexican actor, screenwriter and director of the Cinema of Mexico. ... Sara García (born Sara García Hidalgo September 8, 1895, Orizaba, Veracruz – November 21, 1980) was a legendary actress of more than 140 films of the cinema of Mexico most known for playing granny roles. ... Pedro Infante (November 18, 1917 – April 15, 1957) was a popular Mexican actor and singer in the 1940s and 1950s. ... Katy Jurado (January 16, 1924 – July 5, 2002) was a Mexican actress. ... Libertad Lamarque was a popular Spanish language actress. ... Marga López was an Argentine-Mexican actress (born Catalina Margarita López Ramos, June 21, 1924, at San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina - July 4, 2005, in Mexico City). ... Miroslava Stern Miroslava Stern (born Miroslava Å ternová, on February 26, 1926 in Prague, Czechoslovakia [now Czech Republic], and died March 10, 1955 in Mexico City) was a Mexican actress. ... Carmen Montejo (born María Teresa Sánchez González on May 26, 1925 in Pinar del Río, Cuba) is a Mexican actress of telenovelas, stage and the Golden Era of the Cinema of Mexico. ... Tongolele, (born 3 January 1932) born Yolanda Ivonne Móntez Farrington and also known as Yolanda Montes, was an exotic dancer and starred in many Mexican films from the 1940s through the 1980s. ... Sara Montiel (born March 10, 1928) is a Spanish actress. ... Mario Moreno Reyes (August 12, 1911–April 20, 1993), better known as Cantinflas, was a Mexican actor, circus performer and comedian. ... Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 - December 5, 1953) was a Mexican singer and movie star. ... There are two film actors named Eduardo Noriega: Spanish actor Eduardo Noriega born 1973 who appeared in Abre los ojos (Open Your Eyes). ... Cathedral in Syracuse Andrea Palmas cathedral facade (begun in 1728). ... Zoyla Gloria Ruiz Moscoso, better known by her stage name Leticia Palma (born December 26, 1926), is a former actress who worked in Mexican cinema. ... Joaquín Pardavé Arce (September 30, 1900 Pénjamo, Guanajuato – July 20, 1955) was a Mexican actor, director, songwriter and screenwriter of the Cinema of Mexico. ... Silvia Pinal (12 September 1931, Guaymas, Sonora) is a Mexican actress famous for her roles in several of Luis Buñuels movies such as El Ángel exterminador and Viridiana. ... Maria Antonieta Pons (born July 11, 1922, Havana, Cuba - died August 20, 2004, Mexico City, Mexico) was an actress and rumbera films. ... Dolores Del Rio Dolores del Río (August 3, 1905 – April 11, 1983) was a Mexican film actress. ... Wolf Rubinskins (left) in his role of the wrestler/superhero Neutrón in the 1960 film Neutrón contral el doctor Caronte Wolf Ruvinskis (born Wolf Ruvinskis Manevics on October 30, 1921 in Riga, Latvia – November 9, 1999 in Mexico City) was a Mexican actor and professional wrestler of the... David Jiménez Silva, more commonly known as Silva (born January 8, 1986 in Arguineguín, Spain), is a Spanish footballer who plays as a midfielder for Valencia CF. He is currently on loan at Celta de Vigo. ... Germán Valdés (September 19, 1915 - June 29, 1973), better known as Tin-Tan, was a Mexican actor, singer and comedian. ...

Cinematographers

Gabriel Figueroa Mateos (*April 24, 1907 Mexico City – April 27, 1997 Mexico City) was a Mexican cinematographer who worked both in Mexican cinema and Hollywood. ... Alex Phillips (January 11, 1900 Renfrew, Ontario – June 14, 1977) was a Canadian-born Mexican cinematographer and the father of Alex Phillips, Jr. ...

Directors

  • Raúl de Anda
  • Julio Bracho
  • Luis Buñuel
  • Juan Bustillo Oro
  • Alfredo B. Crevenna
  • Tito Davison
  • Emilio Fernández
  • Fernando de Fuentes
  • Alejandro Galindo
  • Roberto Gavaldón
  • Rogelio A. González
  • Alberto Gout
  • Matilde Landeta
  • Gilberto Martínez Solares
  • Fernando Méndez
  • Juan Orol
  • Joaquín Pardavé
  • Ismael Rodríguez
  • Fernando Soler
  • Julián Soler
  • Miguel Zacarías

Luis Buñuel Portoles (February 22, 1900 – July 29, 1983) was a Spanish-born Mexican filmmaker. ... El Indio Fernández (born Emilio Fernández Romo March 26, 1904 Mineral del Hondo, Coahuila – August 6, 1986) was a Mexican actor, screenwriter and director of the Cinema of Mexico. ... Roberto Gavaldón (born June 7, 1909 in Jiménez, Chihuahua — died September 4, 1986 in Mexico City) was a Mexican film director. ... Joaquín Pardavé Arce (September 30, 1900 Pénjamo, Guanajuato – July 20, 1955) was a Mexican actor, director, songwriter and screenwriter of the Cinema of Mexico. ... Ismael Rodríguez Ruelas (October 19, 1917 - August 7, 2004) was one of the most popular and important directors in Mexican cinema. ...

Screenwriters

Luis Alcoriza de la Vega (September 5, 1921 in Badajoz, Extremadura, Spain - December 3, 1992 in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico) was a well-known Mexican screenwriter, film director, and actor. ... Arcady Arcadievic Boytler Rososky (August 31, 1895 – November 24, 1965) was a producer, screenwriter, and director, most renowned for his films during of the golden age of Mexican cinema. ... Luis Buñuel Portoles (February 22, 1900 – July 29, 1983) was a Spanish-born Mexican filmmaker. ...

Studios

Estudios Churubusco is one of the oldest and largest movie studios in Latin America located in the Churubusco neighborhood of Mexico City. ...

See also

It is proposed that this article be deleted, because of the following concern: list from a single magazine should be linked from that article, not reproduced independently; infringes on their copyright If you can address this concern by improving, copyediting, sourcing, renaming or merging the page, please edit this page...

References

  • García Riera, Emilio (1986) Historia del cine mexicano Mexico Secretaría de Educación Pública
  • Los Años Dorados de la Época de Oro Retrieved on February 14, 2006 from the ITESM website (Spanish)
  • Clásicos del cine mexicano Retrieved on February 14, 2006 from the Andalusia, Spain film library (Spanish)
  • Historia del cine Retrieved on February 14, 2006 from rincondelvago.com (Spanish)
  • Época de oro del cine mexicano, page at angelfire.com (Spanish)

 
 

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