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Curious film about the Mexican immigrant stunned by the dollar and the English language. The plot deals with a serious social mood, but narrated as a tale of romantic entanglements. Agustin Isunza is a funny former farm worker, whose employers, young and attractive blond Joan Page and Clifford Carr, dazzle the sibling pair starring Luis Aguilar and Amanda del Llano. Miguel Inclan, a rich potter from the area, has put his eye on them to marry their children, Katy Jurado and Raul Guerrero.

  1. Raúl de Anda

    Director, Writer

  2. Carlos Gaytán


Top Billed Cast

  1. Luis Aguilar

    Luis Aguilar


  2. Clifford Carr

    Mr. Billy

  3. Agustín Isunza

    José Flores

  4. Joan Page


  5. Katy Jurado

    Katy Jurado


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Status Released

Release Information

  • December 15, 1946


Original Language Spanish; Castilian

Runtime 1h 30m

Budget -

Revenue -



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