La otra y yo

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La otra y yo
English The Other and Me
Directed byAntonio Momplet
Written byBoris H. Hardy
Louis Verneuil
CinematographyBob Roberts
Edited byJosé Cañizares
Music byGeorge Andreani
Release date
Running time
80 minutes

La otra y yo is a 1949 Argentine comedy film directed by Antonio Momplet and starring Amelia Bence, Enrique Alvarez Diosdado, Fernando Lamas and Mercedes Simone. [1]

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  1. "La otra y yo" (in Spanish). . Retrieved 11 August 2015.