|Directed by||Emilio Fernández|
|Produced by||Benito Alazraki|
|Written by||Benito Alazraki
Iñigo de Martino
|Music by||Eduardo Hernandez Moncada|
|Edited by||Gloria Schoemann|
|Distributed by||Panamerican Films|
|Release date(s)||December 25, 1946|
|Running time||99 minutes|
The revolutionary Jose Juan Reyes (Pedro Armendáriz) take the town of Cholula, Puebla, and take the money of the rich men of the zone for the Mexican Revolution. Jose Juan fell in love with the Señorita Beatriz Peñafiel (María Félix), the explosive daughter of the richest man of the zone.
Notes and references
Th film was entered into the 1947 Cannes Film Festival. The film was inspired in the William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. The final scene was inspired by the final scene in Josef von Sternberg's Morocco.
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