Reina santa

Reina santa is a 1947 Spanish-Portuguese historical drama film starring Maruchi Fresno, Antonio Vilar and Luis Peña.[1] Separate Spanish and Portuguese versions were filmed with the Spanish directed by Rafael Gil and the Portuguese by Henrique Campos and Aníbal Contreiras. It was part of a popular group of Spanish costume films made in the late 1940s.

Reina santa
Directed byHenrique Campos
Aníbal Contreiras
Rafael Gil
Produced byAníbal Contreiras
Cesáreo González
Written byTavares Alves
Luna de Oliveira
Antonio Tudela
Rafael Gil
Aníbal Contreiras
StarringMaruchi Fresno
Antonio Vilar
Luis Peña
Fernando Rey
Music byRuy Coelho
CinematographyManuel Berenguer
Alfredo Fraile
Edited bySuevia Films
Production
company
Suevia Films
Distributed byMercurio Films
Release date
15 September 1947
Running time
110 minutes
CountryPortugal
Spain
LanguagePortuguese
Spanish

The film portrays the life of Isabel of Aragon, a Spanish-born Queen of Portugal who played a role of peacemaker between different factions at the Portuguese court as well as between Portugal and Castile.

Cast

  • Maruchi Fresno as Isabel of Aragón
  • Antonio Vilar as Dinis, King of Portugal
  • Luis Peña as Nuño de Lara
  • Fernando Rey as Infante Alfonso
  • José Nieto as Vasco Peres, the alderman
  • María Martín as Blanca
  • Juan Espantaleón as Pedro, the priest
  • Fernando Fernández de Córdoba as Pedro III de Aragón
  • María Asquerino as Leonor
  • Barreto Poeira as Álvaro, the squire
  • Milagros Leal as Doña Betaza
  • Virgilio Teixeira as Alfonso Sánchez
  • Julieta Castelo as Doña María Ximénez
  • Gabriel Algara as Juan Velho
  • Carmen Sánchez as Doña Constanza
  • Emilio G. Ruiz as Infante Pedro
  • Manuel Guitián as Ramiro
  • Joaquina Almarche as María de Molina
  • Rafael Luis Calvo as Fernán Ayres
  • José Prada as Martín Gil
  • Manrique Gil as Don Juan Manuel
  • Félix Fernandez as Barredo
  • Joaquín Pujol
  • José Franco as Froilas
  • Luisa España as Isabel as a child
  • Santiago Rivero
  • Julio F. Alymán
  • Francisco Hernández as Villafranca
  • Elvira Real
  • Mercedes Castellanos as María
  • Alfonso de Córdoba as Juan
  • Fernando Fresno as Físico
  • Emilio García Ruiz as Infante Pedro
  • José Jaspe as Estevao

References

  1. Bentley p.100

Bibliography

  • Bentley, Bernard. A Companion to Spanish Cinema. Boydell & Brewer 2008.
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