When I Leave

When I Leave (Spanish:Cuando me vaya) is a 1954 Mexican musical drama film directed by Tito Davison and starring Libertad Lamarque, Miguel Torruco and Prudencia Grifell. It portrays the life of the bolero composer María Grever.[1]

When I Leave
Directed byTito Davison
Written byErnesto Cortázar
Tito Davison
Fernando Galiana
StarringLibertad Lamarque
Miguel Torruco
Prudencia Grifell
Music byManuel Esperón
CinematographyJosé Ortiz Ramos
Edited byCarlos Savage
Production
company
Mier y Brooks
Release date
4 June 1954
Running time
110 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

Cast

  • Libertad Lamarque as María Grever
  • Miguel Torruco as León Grever
  • Lilia Martínez 'Gui-Gui' as Laurita
  • Prudencia Grifell as Doña Generosa
  • Alberto Carrière as Ralph
  • María Gentil Arcos as Doña Julia
  • Miguel Ángel Ferriz as Doctor Fuentes
  • Hortensia Santoveña as Mercedes
  • Héctor Godoy as Carlos Grever
  • José Pidal
  • Marion del Valle as Claudia
  • Norma Ancira as Amiga de Claudia
  • Julián de Meriche as Maestro de orquesta
  • Andrés Soler as Locutor radio
  • Alfonso Ortiz Tirado as Cantante
  • Chucho Martínez Gil as Cantante
  • Nestor Mesta Chayres as Cantante
  • Juan Arvizu as Cantante
  • Eduardo Alcaraz as Sr. Dobie
  • Daniel Arroyo as Invitado ceremonia
  • Manuel Arvide as Don Alejandro Castillo
  • Stephen Berne as Cargador
  • Carmen Cabrera as Invitada en compromiso
  • Rodolfo Calvo as Hombre en subasta
  • Manuel Casanueva as Doctor
  • Jorge Chesterking as Cole Porter
  • Julio Daneri as Señor Davis
  • Felipe de Flores as Amigo de Mojica
  • Rosario Gálvez
  • Ana María Hernández as Amiga de María en Nueva York
  • Cecilia Leger as Invitada a compromiso
  • Elvira Lodi as Secretaria
  • Chel López as Chofer
  • Paco Martinez as Fotógrafo
  • Héctor Mateos as Subastador
  • Álvaro Matute as Dr. Wilson
  • Martha Mijares
  • Felipe Montoya as Señor Anselmi
  • Rubén Marquez as Hombre en subasta
  • Salvador Quiroz as Don Matías
  • Joaquín Roche as Mensajero del señor Mojica
  • Nicolás Rodríguez as Doctor
  • Manuel Sánchez Navarro as Hombre en subasta
  • Hernán Vera
  • Fernando Yapur as Cargador
  • Enrique Zambrano as Anunciador cerem

References

  1. Irwin & Ricalde p.195

Bibliography

  • Robert Irwin & Maricruz Ricalde. Global Mexican Cinema: Its Golden Age. British Film Institute, 2013.
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