Los chiflados del rock and roll
|Los chiflados del rock and roll|
|Directed by||José Díaz Morales|
|Produced by||Guillermo Calderón|
|Written by||Alfredo Salazar
Pedro de Urdimalas
|Music by||Antonio Díaz Conde|
|Edited by||Jorge Bustos|
|Distributed by||Cinematográfica Calderón|
Los chiflados del rock and roll (English: The Stooges of Rock and Roll) is a 1957 Mexican musical comedy film, directed by José Díaz Morales, starring Luis Aguilar, Agustín Lara, and Pedro Vargas. The supporting cast includes Eulalio González, Lina Salomé, Delia Magaña, and Rosita Arenas.
Luis, Agustín, Pedro, Ana, and Clara, the five owners of the Los Bohemios cabaret, eventually fall into debt after Agustín spends most of their money on a costly inauguration. Without the funds to repay the debt, Luis and his business partners decide to seek monetary help from his uncle Apolonio Aguilar, an eccentric millionaire rancher, who lives in San Miguel el Alto. When they travel to ask Apolonio to lend them the money, he denies and lies, saying that his millions were swindled from him. Though Apolonio is reluctant to lend money to Luis, he sees his nephew as a potential husband for his tough, orphaned goddaughter Paloma who, in fact, falls in love with Luis. Luis, already in a relationship with Ana, decides to obtain the money from Paloma by inviting her to become a partner of the cabaret, which she misinterprets, believing that he is proposing marriage to her. Paloma accepts and becomes one of the principal performers of the cabaret, showcased as a ranchera singer. Once she discovers that Luis is already romantically involved with Ana (though actually they had broken their relationship shortly before), Paloma becomes disillusioned of Luis and decides to leave the cabaret and travel back to San Miguel el Alto, where she finds Luis, who eventually recognizes his love for her.
- Luis Aguilar as Luis
- Agustín Lara as Agustín
- Pedro Vargas as Pedro
- Rosita Arenas as Paloma Domínguez
- Eulalio González as Don Apolonio Aguilar
- Lina Salomé as Ana
- Delia Magaña as Clara
- Richard as Macario
- Roberto G. Rivera as Stagehand
- Arturo "Bigotón" Castro as Peasant
- Francisco Reiguera as Don Secundino
- "Flor de lis", written and performed by Agustín Lara.
- "Se me hizo fácil", written by Agustín Lara and performed by Rosita Arenas.
- "Rosa de Francia", written and performed by Agustín Lara.
- "El cascarazo", written and performed by Eulalio González.
- "Serenata huasteca", written by José Alfredo Jiménez and performed by Rosita Arenas.
- "Que manera de perder", written by Cuco Sánchez and performed by Rosita Arenas.
- "Fallaste corazón", public domain, performed by Luis Aguilar.