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¡Así se quiere en Jalisco! (1942) [OST]

Created by phantasmagoria on 04 Jul 2019
¡Así se quiere en Jalisco! (1942) [OST]

🎥 IMDb: ¡Así se quiere en Jalisco! (1942)
Plot: Due to a debt, Lupe is forced to work as a housekeeper for Luis, owner of Santa Rosa's Ranch an who is madly in love with her. However, Luis's feelings are unrequited because Lupe is in love with Juan Ramón. The rich owner will do whatever he can to keep the lovers apart and make Lupe his wife.

Sung by El Tata (played by Eduardo Arozamena).
🎵 Unknown
✏️ El Tata sings in town to the people about Lupe and her family having to leave because of financial issues.

Sung by El Tata (played by Eduardo Arozamena).
🎵 Unknown
✏️ El Tata sings in town to the people that Don Luis has saved Lupe and her family from ruin but that now Lupe has to work in his house and the one who ended up losing her was Juan Ramón.

Sung by Juan Ramón Mireles (played by Jorge Negrete) and Lupe Rosales (played by María Elena Marqués)
🎵 Manuel Esperón / Ernesto Cortázar / Guz Aguila
🎞️ Video of the song performed in the film:
✏️ (Credited as 'La Tapatia) Sung by Juan Ramon and Lupe after Lupe is announced as the winner for the most beautiful woman in town.

Translations:  English Portuguese

Sung by Juan Ramón Mireles (played by Jorge Negrete) and Lupe Rosales (played by María Elena Marqués).
🎵 Juan José Espinosa
🎞️ Video of the song performed in the film:
✏️ ...

Translations:  English

Sung by El Tata (played by Eduardo Arozamena).
🎵 Unknown
✏️ El Tata sings in town to the people that Juan Ramón has been kicked out of the Rancho and Lupe didn't go with him. Chía tells Tata the truth about why Lupe stayed and Tata adds two more verses to correct the misunderstanding.

Sung Lupe Rosales (played by María Elena Marqués).
🎵 Manuel Esperón / Ernesto Cortázar / Guz Aguila
🎞️ Video of the song performed in the film:
✏️ Lupe sadly sings in her house after she had to turn Juan Ramón away to satisfy her master Luis (who lent her family money so that they wouldn't have to move away in exchange for her working in his home).

Sung by Juan Ramón Mireles (played by Jorge Negrete)
🎵 Manuel Esperón / Ernesto Cortázar / Guz Aguila
✏️ A crowd encourages Juan Ramón to sing.

Sung by El Tata (played by Eduardo Arozamena).
🎵 Unknown
✏️ El Tata sings in town to the people that Juan Ramón has been arrested and taken to jail for trying to set the Rancho on fire. Although no one was burned (injured) the only one who was "burned" was Don Luis out of anger.

Sung by Juan Ramón Mireles (played by Jorge Negrete)
🎵 Manuel Esperón / Ernesto Cortázar / Guz Aguila
✏️ Juan Ramón comes to Lupe's house at night to serenade her.

Sung by El Tata (played by Eduardo Arozamena).
🎵 Unknown
✏️ El Tata sings farewell to the happy couple.

Sung by an unknown band.
🎵 Unknown
✏️ An unknown band of drunk mariachi sing outside as Juan Ramón and Lupe talk.

Translations:  Russian English German
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