Full Speed Ahead (1951 film)

Full Speed Ahead

Directed by
Ismael Rodríguez

Produced by
Luis Leal Solares

Written by
Ismael Rodríguez
Pedro de Urdimalas

Starring
Pedro Infante
Luis Aguilar
Aurora Segura

Music by
Sergio Guerrero
Raúl Lavista

Cinematography
Jack Draper

Edited by
Rafael Portillo

Release date

13 September 1951

Running time

120 minutes

Country
Mexico

Language
Spanish

Full Speed Ahead (Spanish:A toda máquina) is a 1951 Mexican comedy film directed by Ismael Rodríguez and starring Pedro Infante, Luis Aguilar and Aurora Segura.[1] It was followed by a sequel What Has That Woman Done to You? the same year.
The plot follows two motorcycle traffic policemen (Infante and Aguilar) in Mexico City, who are both good friends and intense rivals, and features a number of songs sung by both stars.

Contents

1 Cast
2 References
3 Bibliography
4 External links

Cast[edit]

Pedro Infante as Pedro Chávez
Luis Aguilar as Luis Macías
Aurora Segura as Guillermina
Alma Delia Fuentes as Anita
Delorice Archer as Gringuita
Emma Rodríguez as Doña Angustias
Carlos Valadez as Tarcisio
Consuelo Pastor as María Luisa
Amelia Wilhelmy as Automovilista viejita
Pedro de Urdimalas as Locutor
Ángel Infante as Comandante
Salvador Quiroz as General
Luis Leal Solares as Comandante
Alfonso Carti as Policía
Jorge Casanova as Hombre escandaloso
José Chávez as Esbirro de Pepe
Manuel de la Vega as Pepe, novio celoso
Magda Donato as Mrs. Hayworth
Pedro Elviro as Mendigo
Ana María Hernández as Clienta club
Rogelio ‘Frijolitos’ Jiménez Pons as Hijo de Doña Angustias
Myron Levine as Cliente club
Blanca Marroquín as Enfermera en ambulancia
Pepe Martínez as Mayordomo
Héctor Mateos as Mayordomo en quinceañera
Francisco Pando as Invitado
Carlos Rincón Gallardo as Esposo de Angustias
Ismael Rodríguez as Hombre cuelga telefono
Ángela Rodríguez as Pasajera carro de Guillermina
Beatriz Saavedra as Pasajera carro de Guillermina
Salvador Terroba as Esbirro de Pepe
Manuel Trejo Morales as Doctor en ambulancia
Hilda Vera as Invitada

References[edit]

^ Heredia p.140

Bibliography[edit]

Juanita Heredia. Transnational Latina Narratives in the Twenty-first Century. Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

External links[edit]

Full Speed Ahead at the Internet Movie Database

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