Caminito de Gloria

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Caminito de Gloria
CaminitodeGloriaposter.jpg
Original poster
Directed by Luis César Amadori
Produced by Luis César Amadori
Written by Luis César Amadori
Starring Libertad Lamarque
Music by Juan de Dios Filiberto
Alfredo Malerba
Mario Maurano
Cinematography John Alton
José María Beltrán
Edited by Nicolás Proserpio
Distributed by Argentina Sono Film
Release date(s) Argentina:September 20, 1939
Running time 97 minutes
Country Argentina
Language Spanish

Caminito de Gloria is a 1939 Argentine musical melodrama film written and directed by Luis César Amadori. The film starred Libertad Lamarque, who sings "Caminito", the celebrated 1926 tango composed by Juan de Dios Filiberto with lyrics by Coria Peñaloza originally popularized by Carlos Gardel and Ignacio Corsini.[1] In 1960 Amadori remade this film under the title Mi último tango, starring Sara Montiel in the Lamarque role.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Caminito de Gloria, Cancionesdelayer.com, retrieved 20 January 2014 

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