Mario Moreno "Cantinflas"

Mario Moreno "Cantinflas"
Mario Moreno "Cantinflas"
Mario Moreno “Cantinflas” was the most famous Mexican comedian who for 30 consecutive years established record of excellent box office. His popularity continued to date.


Mario Moreno Reyes was born August 12, 1911 in a humble family.  To please his father he registered as a student at the School of Medicine at the university in Mexico City but soon he began his first steps as a dancer and imitator.  He also worked as a boxer and comedian in a circus.  His loving attitude and optimism lead him to create the character of a good hearted “pelao”, a Mexican “pícaro”, and his peculiar labyrinth of senseless words speaking style, his falling pants, ragged T shirt, the tie around the neck, completed that extraordinary comedian known as “Cantinflas”. 


Soon from the theater he moved on to films.  In 1940 he founded a film company reaching success and fame with “Ahí está el detalle”.   He acted in more than 50 films..  His fame took him abroad acting in the Hollywood production “Around the world in 80 days”.


In his films he often denounced social injustices and promoted solidarity.  In his real life he was the founder of organizations to help the needed and was active in social and political causes.  He died of cancer in 1993.  


The following titles are in our stock.


Así es mi tierra (Item No. 14-3035)

El Barrendero (Item No. 14-2828)

Aguila o Sol  (Item No. 14-2318)

Conserje de Condominio (Item No. 14-2831B)

El Signo de la muerte  (Item No. 14-2236)

El ministro y yo  (Item No. 14-2831)

Un Quijote sin Mancha  (Item No. 14-3111)


Other titles will be available soon.

Sara García Hidalgo

Sara Garcia Hidalgo
Sara García Hidalgo
Sara García Hidalgo known in Mexican cinema simply as Sara García was born in Orizaba, Veracruz. Her participation in movies was very early as she worked as extra en four of the silent films. It was in the decade of the 30’s that she initiated her first performances in the large screen eventually becoming one of the most important female figures of the Mexican Cinema Golden Age. She played many roles but the one as little grandmother (la abuelita) gave her most fame. Women of the third age identified with her character and were her passionate fans.

In her real life Sara García, although a courageous woman, went through traumatic circumstances that affected her deeply. One was the fact that her husband abandoned her and later the husband to her only daughter that she adored died of typhoid fever. After her very successful film career, Sara García died in November of 1980. She acted in more than 100 films of which we have in stock at the present time the following titles:

  • El Ropavejero (Item No. 22-5206)
  • La comadrita (Item No. 11-6865)
  • El baisano Jalil (32-7310)
  • La Familia Pérez (Item No. 32-1895)
  • Los Fernández de Peralvillo (Item No. 32-1430)
  • El Barchante Neguib (Item No. 32-1528)

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