Alba de América (1951)

12/20/1951 (ES) HistoryDrama 1h 52m
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Kingdom of Castile, the late fifteenth century. The film chronicles the events that Cristóbal Colón lived (Antonio Vilar) from their stay in the Convent of La Rabida, his meeting with the Catholic Monarchs and, above all, the great odyssey that led to cross the Atlantic and reach the shores of America (1492), thus beginning a new era in the history of mankind.

  1. Juan de Orduña

    Director, Screenplay

  2. José Rodulfo Boeta


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  1. António Vilar

    António Vilar

    Cristóbal Colón

  2. María Martín

    María Martín


  3. José Suárez

    José Suárez

    Rey Fernando el Católico

  4. Virgílio Teixeira

    Virgílio Teixeira

    Pedro de Arana

  5. Manuel Luna

    Manuel Luna


  6. Eduardo Fajardo

    Eduardo Fajardo


  7. Jesús Tordesillas

    Jesús Tordesillas

    Fray Juan Pérez

  8. Ana María Custodio

    Ana María Custodio

    Madre de Beatriz

  9. José Marco Davó

    José Marco Davó

    Martín Alonso Pinzón

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Alba de América

Status Released

Original Language Spanish; Castilian

Budget -

Revenue -


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