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No tiene la culpa el Indio (1978)

A Mexican indian from Xochimilco is able to predict the future when the sight of some features of a beautiful woman gets him into a trance. A greedy urban playboy notices and tries to ... See full summary »

Director:

Miguel M. Delgado

Writer:

Renée Dumas (story)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Mauricio Garcés
Chucho Salinas Chucho Salinas
Yolanda Liévana Yolanda Liévana ... (as Yolanda Lievana)
Juan Gallardo Juan Gallardo
Carlos Riquelme
Víctor Alcocer
Patricia Lozano Patricia Lozano
Federico Falcón Federico Falcón
Nathanael León
María Montaño María Montaño ... Secretaria 1
Yolanda Rigel Yolanda Rigel ... Manicurista
Humberto Elizondo ... Mozo Hotel
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Carlos Bravo y Fernández Carlos Bravo y Fernández
César Castro César Castro ... Politico
María Sorté María Sorté ... Viuda
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Storyline

A Mexican indian from Xochimilco is able to predict the future when the sight of some features of a beautiful woman gets him into a trance. A greedy urban playboy notices and tries to profit from the indian's power by supplying enough female beauty to look at. But then things go wrong.

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Genres:

Comedy | Fantasy

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

28 December 1978 (Mexico) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Conacite Dos See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Mauricio Garces, who had the role of a middle-aged playboy in many Mexican movies, was somewhat shy, took care of his aging mother until her death, and remained a bachelor in real life. See more »

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lovely comedy
9 April 2014 | by leopoldoisraelSee all my reviews

A comedy that all the family can enjoy and enjoy over and over. Innocent with no bad words yet leaves a lot for the imagination. Mauricio Garces perfect as always in a bit of a different roll but magnificent in his famous style. A must see if you are a fan of his while he is in a different type of movie where he fits very well. The story is well told with a lot of Mexican clichés which makes it worth while. The plot is a bit predictable but yet believable, great 2 hours of entertainment for everyone. This movie came out before Mexican cinema became raunchy during the 80s. 10 out of 10 because it is entertaining!


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