Palermo (film)

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Palermo
Directed by Arturo S. Mom
Written by Guillermo Salazar Altamira
Starring Nedda Francy
José Gola,
Orestes Caviglia
Pedro Quartucci
Music by José Vázquez Vigo
Cinematography Antonio Merayo
Edited by Bruno Boval
Production
company
Distributed by Sono Film
Release dates
23 June 1937
Running time
90 minutes
Country Argentina
Language Spanish

Palermo is a 1937 Argentine comedy film directed by Arturo S. Mom and starring Nedda Francy, José Gola and Orestes Caviglia.[1] The film's title refers to the Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires. The story was written by Guillermo Salazar Altamira, a sports journalist.

Synopsis[edit]

A petty criminal attempts to fleece a wealthy horse racing fan with the help of a beautiful woman who turns out to be an undercover member of the police.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Posadas, Landro & Speroni p.54

Bibliography[edit]

  • Abel Posadas, Mónica Landro, Marta Speroni. Cine sonoro argentino: 1933-1943. El Calafate Editores, 2005.

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