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Tizoc
     

Tizoc

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Director: Ismael Rodriguez

Cast: Pedro Infante Sr., Maria Felix, Andres Solér

 
Mexico's contribution to the 1957 Berlin Film Festival was the Color-Cinemascope star vehicle Tizos. The ever-popular Maria Felix stars as a white woman who enters into a romance with a Mexican Indian, played by singing star Pedro Infante (who died shortly after the film's completion). The racial barriers between the lovers prove to be insurmountable, resulting

Overview

Mexico's contribution to the 1957 Berlin Film Festival was the Color-Cinemascope star vehicle Tizos. The ever-popular Maria Felix stars as a white woman who enters into a romance with a Mexican Indian, played by singing star Pedro Infante (who died shortly after the film's completion). The racial barriers between the lovers prove to be insurmountable, resulting in tragedy. Director Ismael Rodriguez spends a great deal of time establishing the folklore and traditions of Infante's people, much to the fascination of his audience. Likewise enraptured by Tizoc were the participants at the Berlin Festival, where the film scored a significant success.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/21/2006
UPC:
0735978418099
Original Release:
1957
Rating:
NR
Source:
Laguna Films
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time:
1:50:00

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Tizoc: Amor Indio
1. El Enamorado [13:29]
2. Encuentro [9:52]
3. Impresionado [3:49]
4. Tizoc el Cazador [4:55]
5. La Recompensa [4:22]
6. La Carta [3:46]
7. La Soberbia [6:57]
8. La Respuesta [4:55]
9. La Costumbre [3:31]
10. La Pelea [4:57]
11. Ilusionado [10:00]
12. La Pedida [6:39]
13. La Casa [7:45]
14. El Prometido [7:09]
15. El Rapto [9:40]
16. Huyamos [5:32]

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Tizoc 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Solrac More than 1 year ago
You can't go wrong with owning any of Pedro Infante's movies, and when you put two great actors together like Maria Felix...you can't go wrong.