Downward Slope

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Downward Slope
Mona Maris y Carlos Gardel.jpg
Mona Maris and Carlos Gardel
Directed by Louis J. Gasnier
Written by Alfredo Le Pera
Produced bySamuel E. Piza
Starring
Cinematography George Webber
Music byAlberto Castellanos
Carlos Gardel
Production
company
Exito Productions
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date
10 August 1934
Running time
74 minutes
CountriesArgentina
United States
Language Spanish

Downward Slope (Spanish:Cuesta abajo) is a 1934 American-Argentine musical film directed by Louis J. Gasnier and starring Carlos Gardel, Mona Maris and Vicente Padula. [1]

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