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Corridos! Tales of Passion and Revolution

Corridos! Tales of Passion and Revolution(1987)

Also Known As: From San Francisco (10/07/87) |

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A dramatic musical special celebrating Mexican-American music and culture. The bilingual production combines music, dance and drama and features selections from the acclaimed El Teatro Campesino stage production, "Corridos!" which have been completely restaged and specially adapted for television.

Cast & Crew

Luis Valdez Director
Clancy Brown John Reed
Felipe Cantu Bishop; Blind Musician; Drunk
Evelyn Cisneros Delgadina
Miguel Delgado Bartender; Boss; Soldier
George Galvan Captain Romero; El Caballo Blanco; Father; Hipolito; Immigration Officer
Lettie Ibarra Rosita; Valentina; Woman
Linda Lopez Sister
Sal Lopez Butler; Diablo; Juan; Waiter
Alma Martinez Elizabeta; Mama; Mother
Irma Rangel Maid; Soldadera
Linda Ronstadt Adelita; La Chata
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Release Date:  1987 Production Date: 
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Sound:  Production Co:  .....Production Company, El Teatro Campesino .....Production Company
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  • Corridos! Tales of Passion and Revolution

    Bernard Morton 2016-11-26

    I first saw this in high school. Our Spanish teacher played "The Story of Delgadina." We found it quite touching, moreover, we were surprised to... MORE>