Buenas noches, Buenos Aires

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Buenas noches, Buenos Aires
BuenasnochesBuenos Airesposter.jpg
Poster
Directed by Hugo del Carril
Produced by Alfredo Capalbo
Hugo del Carril
Adrián Larralde
Written by Rodolfo M. Taboada
Starring Hugo del Carril
Virginia Luque
Tito Lusiardo
Roberto Esacalda
Palito Ortega
Music by Mariano Mores
Cinematography Humberto Peruzzi
Edited by José Serra
Distributed by Distribuidora D.A.S.A.
Release date(s) October 10, 1964
Country Argentina
Language Spanish language

Buenas noches, Buenos Aires is a 1964 Argentine musical film comedy directed by and starring Hugo del Carril. The film was premièred in Buenos Aires on October 10, 1964.

Organized by Del Carril, the film reminisces over the culture of tango films that dominated the Cinema of Argentina in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, and united tango actors such as Hugo del Carril, Tito Lusiardo and Virginia Luque and Roberto Escalada as well as starring new actors such as Palito Ortega.

Julio Sosa (centre)

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