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Rosita Quintana (born Trinidad Rosa Quintana Muñoz de Kogan on July 16, 1925) is an Argentina-born Mexican film actress and singer of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema. Quintana is remembered for her participation in numerous Mexican films between 1948-1960. She starred in movies like Calabacitas Tiernas (1949), along Tin Tan and Amalia Aguilar; Susana (1951) (directed by Luis Buñuel); El Mil Amores(1954), with Pedro Infante and many others. In 2005, she returned to films with Club Eutanasia. As a singer, she is remembered in notable tangos and boleros, such as Bendita Mentira.
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Total trailers found: 33
01 January 1983
The struggle between two rival families brings many complications into the life of a people. The priest, with the agreement of the women, get a strike of crossed legs until peace is a fact.
11 April 1951
The story of a girl of questionable mental stability who escapes from incarceration and ends up at a plantation where she disrupts a working family's daily routines and chemistry.
24 February 1949
A man hired to impersonate a bankrupt business mogul who is currently on the run from creditors sets out organize a musical starring beauties from Brazil, Mexico, and Spain in this Spanish-language comedy starring popular funnyman Tin Tan.
26 October 1989
In the XIX century, Griselda is an actress who knows a pianist named Orlando. He takes her to live at the mansion of Eloisa, his mother.
25 April 1960
Trophy wife of a crooked industrialist meets a philanthropic doctor and develops a social conscience.
25 December 1958
Rom-com set during Mexican Revolution.
25 November 1957
Revolutionist and Army General compete for a woman
23 October 1958
This film tells several short stories that end up lapsing in the emergency room of a hospital, because it is dedicated to nurses.
20 November 1948
After his wife dies, the master of the house can... maybe... acknowledge that he had children with the houseekeeper.
21 May 1959
While seeking to protect themselves from the aggressions of "Pantaleon" and other men, a landowner marries a Mexican American newcomer.
30 March 1961
Comical crises in the household of a newlywed couple.
02 November 1961
Three female singers in the 1920s pursue their careers.
30 September 1948
Political satire about fixed elections in a small town.
04 June 1955
Career-biography of a fictional ranchera singer, played by Rosita Quintana.
16 June 1949
Tin-Tan and his carnal Marcelo take over Carmelita baby for a few hours, and suddenly, the three are hired by an employer of the tents, starting the funniest adventures you can imagine.
08 December 1949
Showbiz family is stressed when wife gets sick and husband starts paying attention to costar.
14 May 1959
Upperclass girl and notorious bandit leader fall in love. She agrees to "let him kidnap her" so they can be together, but she gets disillusioned when she sees the sordidness of his Camp Of Banditry.
04 May 1961
Three tomboyish farm-girls meet mens and start developing their girly sides.
25 December 1948
Wicked old lady arranges to sell the virginity of a young neighbor. Her boyfriend gets upset over this.
28 October 1949
Bratty rich girl plays practical jokes on the man that she'll obviously end up marrying.
12 October 1961
Mexican western 1961
20 May 1960
The film tells the story of two twins separated in childhood who reunite when they are older. One of them has grown between outlaws and has become one of them, a murderous bandit who frightens the region.
19 November 1954
Carmen has a daughter, Patricia, who attends a school for young ladies where they think Carmen is married to a sailor.
02 February 1954
Concert pianist unjustly convicted of espionage. On release, he hooks up with a terminally-ill ballerina.
26 May 1960
Neither party pf an arranged marriage wants to comply with their parents' expectations, and he & she both come up with plans to sabotage the proceedings.
01 November 1948
Two brothers "out on the ranch" fight over girls and stuff.
29 October 1949
A bungling wannabe-lawyer keeps interfering in his friend's lives; his desire to help always makes things worse.
08 June 1951
The English-language title of the Mexican La Ausente is The Absentee. The title is explained within the context of the story, though one has to be patient.
16 June 1949
Two gangsters on the lam end up in Cuba.
31 May 1949
Door-to-door salesman falls for a young woman, implements hare-brained schemes to separate her from her fiance.
13 January 1950
Small-town guy goes to The City to look up his absent girlfriend. He discovers she's become a sex-worker, so he gets a job at a riding stable and meets a new girl.
27 January 1950
Two small-town hell-raisers get so out of hand the authorities have to step in to rein them in.