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Me quiero casar (1967)





Cast overview:
Alberto Vázquez Alberto Vázquez ... Pedro Salvatierra
Angélica María ... Jane Freeman
Fernando Soler ... Don Francisco Salvatierra
Martha Navarro Martha Navarro ... Lilia (as Marta Navarro)
Malú Reyes Malú Reyes ... Malú
Sergio Barrios Sergio Barrios ... Amigo de Pedro
Leopoldo Salazar Leopoldo Salazar ... Javier (as Polo Salazar)
Víctor Carrillo Víctor Carrillo
John Kelly John Kelly ... John
Lina Marín Lina Marín ... Lupe, sirvienta


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Comedy | Romance







Release Date:

22 June 1967 (Mexico) See more »

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Filmadora Chapultepec See more »
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Fun, breezy, 88 minutes of cinematic cotton candy!
16 April 2008 | by rudeboy8080See all my reviews

In Me Quiero Casar(I Want to Get Married, 1967), the sweet, lovely Jane Friedman(Angelica Maria) is a "gringa" from the USA and she's on vacation in Mexico. A heart surgeon, Pedro(Alberto Vasquez), makes a bet with his friends that he can seduce Jane. What's Pedro to do when he REALLY starts to fall in love with Jane? Will the two live happily ever after?

Maria can speak fluent Spanish and English and she does a credible job playing a "gringa"("white, Caucasian woman"). Maria and Vasquez must've had a "Fred Astaire/Ginger Rogers" type chemistry; it's fun watching the two play soldiers in Pancho Villa's army during a campy fantasy scene. I also like the scene where a riot breaks out at a bull fight arena: Jane passes out into a priest's arms and a brunette in a blue shirt pulls Pedro's hair! Let's not forget about co star Malu Reyes: with a pretty face and a killer body, she may have been the Jane Mansfield of Mexico! John Kelly, with his decent acting and decent Spanish, co stars as Jane's "friend". Kelly may have been from the USA. He also appeared in the Cantinflas comedy Su Excelencia(1966). That instrumental pop song by El Klan is really catchy! Every time I hear it, I wanna shake my booty! Sergio Guerrero's bubbly music score also adds to the fun. Me Quiero Casar is a fun piece of 1960's Mexican fluff.

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