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Fiesta (12-Jun-1947)

Director: Richard Thorpe

Writers: George Bruce; Lester Cole

Musical Score: Johnny Green

Producer: Jack Cummings

Keywords: Musical, Bullfighting

A matador with twin son and daughter wants the son to become a bullfighter, but it's his daughter who shares that passion.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mary Astor
Actor
3-May-1906 25-Sep-1987 The Maltese Falcon
Fortunio Bonanova
Singer
13-Jan-1895 2-Apr-1969 Citizen Kane
John Carroll
Actor
17-Jul-1906 24-Apr-1979 Flying Tigers
Cyd Charisse
Dancer
8-Mar-1922 17-Jun-2008 Vamp dancer in Singin' in the Rain
Hugo Haas
Actor
18-Feb-1901 1-Dec-1968 King Solomon's Mines
Ricardo Montalban
Actor
25-Nov-1920 14-Jan-2009 Roarke on Fantasy Island
Alan Napier
Actor
7-Jan-1903 8-Aug-1988 Alfred on Batman
Frank Puglia
Actor
9-Mar-1892 25-Oct-1975 20 Million Miles to Earth
Akim Tamiroff
Actor
29-Oct-1899 17-Sep-1972 For Whom the Bell Tolls
Esther Williams
Actor
8-Aug-1921 6-Jun-2013 Aquatic thespian of the '40s and '50s

CAST

Esther Williams   ...   Maria Morales
Akim Tamiroff   ...   Chato Vasquez
John Carroll   ...   Jose "Pepe" Ortega
Mary Astor   ...   Seņora Morales
Cyd Charisse   ...   Conchita
Fortunio Bonanova   ...   Antonio Morales
Hugo Haas   ...   Maximino Contreras
And Introducing
Ricardo Montalban   ...   Mario Morales
Jean Van   ...   Maria Morales (as a child)
Joey Preston   ...   Mario Morales (as a child)
Frank Puglia   ...   Doctor
Los Bocheros   ...   The Basque Singers
Alan Napier   ...   The Tourist

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