Dos corazones y un cielo (1959)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Romance | 1960 (USA)
Husband and wife share the spotlight as two of Mexico's most famous ranchera singers, but when they decide to pursue solo careers, a Spanish theatrical empresario and an Italian female chocolatier will threaten their marriage.


Rafael Baledón


Raúl Zenteno (story), Rafael Baledón (adaptation) | 1 more credit »


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Cast overview:
Demetrio González Demetrio González ... Antonio Castillo
Eulalio González Eulalio González ... Felipe Treviño (as Lalo Gonzalez Piporro)
Rosa de Castilla ... Isabel del Río
Rosa Elena Durgel ... Dina Castellamare
Carlos Agostí ... César Ordóñez
Armando Arriola Armando Arriola ... Director artístico (as Armando Arreola)
Polo Ortín Polo Ortín ... Mesero (as Polo Ortin Jr.)
Roy Fletcher Roy Fletcher ... Conductor de cabaret
José Loza José Loza ... Representante de auditorio
José Wilhelmy José Wilhelmy ... Representante de teatro (as Willy Wilhelmy)
Hermanitas Velázquez Hermanitas Velázquez ... Singers of the party
Rubén Zepeda Novelo Rubén Zepeda Novelo ... Presentador de televisión
Carlos Orellana Carlos Orellana ... Don Atanasio Turrubiates


Antonio and Isabel are married singers who are national ranchera icons. Their relationship is distorted by their worries on each others work. New problems arise as Isabel's cousin Felipe comes to town and breaks their duo unintentionally by contracting Isabel to a Spaniard's theater group, and Antonio as a musical advertiser for an Italian woman's chocolate company. Separated and lonely, Antonio and Isabel get emotionally distant and start to long for each other. It's Felipe's fault and as he realizes the consequences, begins to plan ingenious ways to join the couple back together. With Antonio being late for a commercial filming, Felipe manages to make the couple to reconcile and to sing their iconic "Dos corazones y un cielo" song. Written by V. Q. Castro

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Comedy | Romance


Not Rated






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1960 (USA) See more »

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Mono (RCA Alta Fidelidad)
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