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Río Escondido

Author: Emilio FernándezMauricio MagdalenoRaúl de AndaFrancisco DomínguezMaría FélixAll authors
Publisher: [San Diego, Calif.] : Excalibur Media Group ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Studio Latino : Distributed by Ventura Distribution Co., [2004]
Series: Joyas del cine mexicano.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : SpanishView all editions and formats
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The drama of a town's fight against injustice, hunger, and death. A frail young teacher is sent to Rio Escondido by the President, to investigate the living conditions and corrupt bureaucracies of the countryside. She arrives to find that a bully has seized control of the town. She turns her teaching to show the townspeople how to defend themselves and battle for their rights. The film originally contained a short
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Spanish language materials
Foreign language films
Fiction films
Foreign films
Motion pictures
Spanish language films
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Emilio Fernández; Mauricio Magdaleno; Raúl de Anda; Francisco Domínguez; María Félix; Carlos López Moctezuma; Fernando Fernández; Jaime Jiménez Pons; Domingo Soler; Producciones Raúl de Anda.; Excalibur Media Group.; Studio Latino (Firm); Ventura Distribution, Inc.
OCLC Number: 57757926
Notes: Originally produced in 1943 according to container. Originally released in 1948 according to IMDb.
Credits: Photography, Gabriel Figueroa M. ; editor, Gloria Schoemann ; music, Francisco Dominguez.
Cast: Maria Felix, Carlos Lopez Moctezuma, Fernando Fernandez, Jaime Jimenez, Domingo Soler.
Awards: Academia Mexicana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematograficas, 1949: Golden Ariel (Fernandez); Silver Ariel: best actor (Moctezuma), best actress (Felix), best child actor (Jimenez), best cinematography, best direction, best original story, best score, and Film of major national interest award.
Description: 1 videodisc (110 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Series Title: Joyas del cine mexicano.
Other Titles: Río Escondido (Motion picture)
Hidden river
Responsibility: Producciones Raul De Anda, S.A. presenta ; argumento, Emilio Fernandez ; adaptacion, Mauricio Magdaleno ; productor, Raul De Anda ; director, Emilio Fernandez.

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The drama of a town's fight against injustice, hunger, and death. A frail young teacher is sent to Rio Escondido by the President, to investigate the living conditions and corrupt bureaucracies of the countryside. She arrives to find that a bully has seized control of the town. She turns her teaching to show the townspeople how to defend themselves and battle for their rights. The film originally contained a short color sequence featuring Diego Rivera's murals.

"La ambición y maldad de un solo hombre deja a una pueblo entero sin agua, enterrándolo en la miseria y la desolación"--Container.

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