Doña Diabla – Lady Devil
Directed by Tito Davison
Golden Age of Mexican Cinema screen legend Maria Felix plays Angela, a woman who suffers the blow of a messy divorce while pregnant. Determined to take revenge on the men, a woman kills her lover to save the life of her daughter.
Born in Chillán, Chile in 1912, Davison worked in Hollywood as a comic actor in Spanish-language films for MGM (Así es la vida (1930) and La fuerza del querer (1930)) before MGM suspended production. He made his directorial debut in Argentina in 1937. He subsequently worked in Mexico and Spain, directing comedies such as El baño de Afrodita (1949) and sentimental dramas such as May God Forgive Me (1948), Un cuerpo de mujer (1949), Negro es mi color (1951) and Cape Horn (1956).
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Screenplay Writers: Tito Davison, Edmundo Báez
Playwright: Luis Fernández Ardavín
Cast: María Félix, Víctor Junco, Crox Alvarado
Cinematographer: Alex Phillips