Sandunga para tres (1954)

Virginia marches with her father Don Fito to the church where she is to marry Miguel del Campo. Upon arriving, Sardalia, the local witch, warns her not to marry because she is a sinner. A ... See full summary »

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Roberto Rodríguez

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Joaquín Cordero ... Antonio Ugalde
Armando Silvestre ... Marcial
Rosa de Castilla ... Virginia Salcedo
Luis Beristáin ... Miguel del Campo
Ángel Garasa ... Don Rodolfo Salcedo (don Fito)
Liliana Durán ... La Güera Leonor
Delia Magaña ... Cirila
Óscar Jaimes Óscar Jaimes ... El llorón, cantante
Salvador Quiroz Salvador Quiroz ... Presidente municipal
Pepe Nava Pepe Nava ... El flaco
Hernán Vera Hernán Vera ... El gordo
Lupe Carriles ... Sardalia
Xochitl Stella Xochitl Stella
Lety Valencia Lety Valencia ... Araceli (as Letty Valencia)
Camila Castell Camila Castell
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Storyline

Virginia marches with her father Don Fito to the church where she is to marry Miguel del Campo. Upon arriving, Sardalia, the local witch, warns her not to marry because she is a sinner. A scandal ensues. The ceremony is called off, investigations start and Don Fito, through his daughter's confession, learns that she has been flirting with all three of her boyfriends, Antonio, Marcial and Miguel. The latter takes advantage of the rivalry between Antonio and Marcial and convinces Virginia to marry him. Antonio and Marcial in the meantime, keep tricking each other to win Virginia's favor. They both leave town when they accidentally wound "La Guera", Antonio's other girlfriend. Finally, Don Fito learns that Virginia's flirting has been innocent and sinless. The three suitors fight among themselves once more. Antonio wins Virginia's hand, Marcial obtains "La Guera's" favor, and Miguel the affectation of MArcial's sister. Don Fito also has a consolation prize in the person of Cirila, an ... Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

1954 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Mexico

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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La Sandunga
Written by Dominio Público (uncredited)
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