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Don Diego goes to war and his son Don Gonzalo is, in his absence, the new lord of the region. The milling Elvira, one of the mistresses of Don Diego, has a beautiful daughter, Elena, who has the desire of Don Gonzalo. But Elena is also the daughter of Don Diego and to separate the love of his brother, they marry her to Rodrigo, the pastor. This will be the beginning of the tragedy.

  1. Antonio Giménez Rico

    Director

  2. Miguel Madrid

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Amparo Muñoz

    Amparo Muñoz

    Elena

  2. Antonio Ferrandis

    Antonio Ferrandis

    Don Diego

  3. La Polaca

    La Polaca

    Elvira

  4. Pedro Mari Sánchez

    Pedro Mari Sánchez

  5. Simón Andreu

    Simón Andreu

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Del amor y de la muerte

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  • January 1, 1977
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Original Language Spanish; Castilian

Runtime 1h 28m

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