Qué hombre tan sin embargo

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Qué hombre tan sin embargo
Directed by Julián Soler
Produced by Gregorio Walerstein
Written by José María Fernández Unsáin
Gregorio Walerstein
Eulalio González
Screenplay by José María Fernández Unsáin
Starring Eulalio González
Enrique Rambal
Lucy Gallardo
Music by Manuel Esperón
Cinematography Jorge Stahl, Jr.
Edited by Rafael Ceballos
Cima Films
Release date
Running time
99 minutes
Country Mexico
Language Spanish

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.


An angel, disguised as a witty vagabond named Filomeno and instructed by God, becomes the butler of an affluent and excessively materialistic family.


  • 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


Principal photography commenced on 25 November 1965 at the Estudios San Ángel in Mexico City and ended on 22 December 1965.[1]


The film featured the "accidental" cinematic debut of actress Hilda Aguirre; her father (José María Aguirre) was a friend of producer Gregorio Walerstein.[2] Aguirre's father had told the producer that he had a "half-crazy daughter who wanted to work in cinema."[2] 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."[2] She started shooting her scenes in the film on November 1965.[2]

The film also featured Ricardo Carrión's "first role of importance."[3]


  • "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.


  1. ^ "Películas del Piporro". La Página del Piporro. Retrieved 30 May 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Hilda Aguirre, sube y sube". La Nación. 7 November 1967. Retrieved 30 May 2014. 
  3. ^ "Mexico y sus estrellas". La Nación. 20 April 1966. Retrieved 30 May 2014. 

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