Cuartelazo Trailer

Cuartelazo Trailer (1977)

04 May 1977 Drama, Action, History 117 mins

Narration of one of the bloodiest episodes of the Mexican national history, The Tragic Ten, beginning when General Victoriano Huerta sent to kill President Francisco I. Madero, Vice President José María Pino Suárez and Senator Belisario Dominguez. The film recreates the moment of the execution at the hands of Huerta and his accomplices Bernardo Reyes, Félix Díaz and Manuel Mondragón.

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Bruno Rey

as Victoriano Huerta

Héctor Ortega

as Belisario Domínguez

Arturo Beristain

as Sebastián Quiroga

Alejandro Parodi

as José Ma. Iglesias


International Releases Dates

Mexico 04 May 1977

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