Corazón salvaje (1968 film)

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Corazón salvaje
Directed by Tito Davison
Produced by Felipe Subervielle
Written by Caridad Bravo Adams (original)
Tito Davison (adaptation)
Starring Angélica María
Julio Alemán
Teresa Velázquez
Music by Gustavo César Carrión
Cinematography Gabriel Figueroa
Alex Phillips
Edited by Carlos Savage
Release date
  • 1968 (1968)
Running time
78 minutes
Language Spanish

Corazón salvaje ("Wild at Heart") was the second film adaptation of the Caridad Bravo Adams 1957 novel of the same name. It is considered the closest to the original story.

The first film was made in 1956 and starred Martha Roth. The 1968 version starred Julio Alemán in the role of Juan del Diablo and Angélica María as Mónica Molnar - this part made her a star in China. She later repeated her role in the 1977 telenovela version.

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For the story read the article on the novel Corazón salvaje.

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