Three Black Angels

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Three Black Angels
Directed by Fernando Cortés
Produced by Fernando de Fuentes hijo
Gonzalo Elvira
Rafael Mirko
Written byFernando Cortés
Fernando Galiana
Starring Miguel Aceves Mejía
Yolanda Varela
Pedro Vargas
Music by Manuel Esperón
Cinematography Jack Draper
Edited by Carlos Savage
Diana Films
Release date
9 June 1960
Running time
90 minutes

Three Black Angels (Spanish: Tres angelitos negros) is a 1960 Mexican comedy film directed by Fernando Cortés and starring Miguel Aceves Mejía, Yolanda Varela and Pedro Vargas. [1]



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  1. Amador & Blanco p.158