Qué hombre tan sin embargo
|Qué hombre tan sin embargo|
|Directed by||Julián Soler|
|Produced by||Gregorio Walerstein|
|Written by||José María Fernández Unsáin
|Screenplay by||José María Fernández Unsáin|
|Music by||Manuel Esperón|
|Cinematography||Jorge Stahl, Jr.|
|Edited by||Rafael Ceballos|
Qué hombre tan sin embargo is a 1967 Mexican comedy-drama film directed by Julián Soler and produced by Gregorio Walerstein. It stars Eulalio González "Piporro", Julissa, Enrique Rambal, and Lucy Gallardo in the leading roles.
- Eulalio Gonzalez as Filomeno
- Julissa as Laura
- Enrique Rambal as Don Jaime
- Lucy Gallardo as Doña María
- León Michel as Hipólito "Polo"
- Ricardo Carrión as Raúl
- Óscar Ortiz de Pinedo as Lucrecio
- Jessica Munguía as Laura's friend
- Sergio Ramos as a lawyer
- Juan Salido as Jorge
- Silvia Fuentes as Laura's friend
- Conjunto de los Hermanos Carreón as the band at the party
- Hilda Aguirre as Rosa
The film featured the "accidental" cinematic debut of actress Hilda Aguirre; her father (José María Aguirre) was a friend of producer Gregorio Walerstein. Aguirre's father had told the producer that he had a "half-crazy daughter who wanted to work in cinema." The producer then set up an appointment with Aguirre, made her walk, laugh, and talk, closely observing her, and then told her: "Your hired for three years." She started shooting her scenes in the film on November 1965.
The film also featured Ricardo Carrión's "first role of importance."
- "El Abuelo Yeh Yeh," written and performed by Eulalio González with Los Hermanos Carrión.
- "Quiereme," written and performed by Eulalio González.
- "Puros Hombres de Delito," written and performed by Eulalio González.
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