Preciosa (1965 film)
|Directed by||Juan José Ortega|
|Produced by||Juan José Ortega|
|Written by||Edmundo Báez|
Juan José Ortega
|Starring||José Miguel Agrelot|
Ana Bertha Lepe
Trío Los Condes
|Music by||Sergio Guerrero|
|Edited by||Rafael Ceballos|
|Distributed by||Productora Mexicana de Películas|
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Preciosa is a 1965 drama-musical-romance Mexican film directed by Juan José Ortega (as Juan J. Ortega). It was released in Mexico on 26 August 1965.
A vicious composer tries to win the heart of a successful nightclub singer who makes one of his songs famous. The result is romance, drama, music with some comedy thrown in as she juggles the difficulties in her love life.
- Ana Bertha Lepe
- Julio Alemán
- Guillermo Murray
- Rafael Del Rio
- José Miguel Agrelot
Preciosa was directed and produced by Juan José Ortega. Rosalío Solano served as cinematographer, with Rafael Ceballos as film editor and Sergio Guerrero as musical director. The screenplay was written by Edmundo Báez and Juan José Ortega. The original musical score was composed by Georges Granier. The production designer was Francisco Marco Chillet, costumes were by Bertha Mendoza López, and choreography was by Tito LeDuc.
- Bayamón, Puerto Rico
- Isla de Lobos, Puerto Rico
- New Jersey, USA
- New York World Fair, Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, New York City, New York, USA
- San Juan, Puerto Rico
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