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Ana Luisa Peluffo est une Actrice Mexicaine née le 9 octobre 1929 à Querétaro (Mexique)

Ana Luisa Peluffo

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Nationalité Mexique
Naissance 9 octobre 1929 (90 ans) à Querétaro (Mexique)

Ana Luisa Peluffo (born 9 October 1929) is a Mexican actress. She has appeared in more than 200 films and television shows since 1949. She starred in the 1977 film Paper Flowers, which was entered into the 28th Berlin International Film Festival.

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Filmographie de Ana Luisa Peluffo (18 films)

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La venida del rey Olmos
Réalisé par Julián Pastor
Genres Drame, Thriller, Aventure
Acteurs Jorge Martínez de Hoyos, Ana Luisa Peluffo, Maritza Olivares, Ernesto Gómez Cruz
Rôle Chabela (affectionate name for Isabel)
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The settings are a fictitious Northern Mexico town, Dublán, State of Chihuahua —1,148 miles (1,848 kilometers) North from Mexico City and 132 miles (213 kilometers) South from El Paso, Texas—, where Reynaldo Olmos has travelled to start a new Christian life, after leaving behind in Mexico City his wife Chabela and their son who died shortly after because of a dysenterya, and a very poor district, San Cayetano, located in the outskirts of Mexico City, where the streets are unpaved, and the main economic activity is the making of bricks in some rudimentary brickworks ("ladrilleras").
El valle de los miserables, 1h50
Réalisé par René Cardona Jr.
Genres Drame
Acteurs Mario Almada, Hugo Stiglitz, Ana Luisa Peluffo, Alma Muriel, Silvia Mariscal, Jorge Russek
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In 1909, the former Judge Cristobal Zamarripa Zamarripa is the owner of the Valle Nacional, the a plantation where snuff exploits workers, supported by the tyrant Porfirio Diaz, who sends political prisoners as slaves. Others are engaged with the promise of high wages, but end up owing all to the company store. All are tortured, raped or killed when they protest. Another rancher (whose brother was killed by Zamarripa), will be punished, but flees and becomes revolutionary. The Zamarripa minions betray each other and they flee of the revolutionaries, led by fugitive landowner. The prisoners, upon release, massacred all the Zamarripa Family.