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100 films from the Mexican Golden Cinema come to Canela.TV

Starting June 13, the streaming channel will expand its selection of free classics

More than 100 Mexican films will be available for free on Canela.TV as part of the “Cine de Oro” collection. The initial list includes immortal hits such as: “Me he de comer esa prickly pear” (1945), with Jorge Negrete; “La devoradora” (1946), with María Félix; “Escuela de Gagabundos” (1955) with Pedro Infante and “What happened to Samsón” (1955), with the comedian Tin Tan.

The offer that is too tempting to know this important wave of productions or, failing that, remember them is full of gems. In this sense, there are also some with the comedian La India María such as “Hard but safe” (1975) and “Sor Tequila” (1978); as well as “Por la Puerta False” (1950), starring Rita Macedo and Pedro Armendáriz; “Educating Dad” (1955), with Fernando Soler; “Departamento de bachelor” (1971), with Mauricio Garcés and “La criada bien criada” (1972) with María Victoria and Chabelo.

According to the AP agency, the collection will be available in parts. The first of them will join the catalog starting June 13 and will add titles throughout the rest of the year.

Preserve culture

“Cine de Oro” is a recent initiative by Canela Media to preserve Latin culture. The films, which were restored in high definition and better sound, belong to the Diana International Films library.

“In 1942 my grandfather founded Diana International Films to celebrate the numerous films he directed and the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema,” said Fernando de Fuentes III, President of the company and grandson of Mexican filmmaker Fernando Fuentes. “We are excited for Canela.TV to present these cultural treasures to a broader audience… for different generations of Latinos to enjoy.”

Isabel Rafferty Zavala, founder and general director of Canela Media, also expressed her joy in the official statement. “We are delighted to bring these Mexican classics from Cine de Oro for our audience to enjoy for free and exclusively on Canela.TV.”

For those who don't know, Canela Media and its free streaming platform Canela.TV provide access to free and on-demand content such as live channels. In addition to series, soap operas and movies, they offer musical programming through Canela Music and children's content in Spanish through Canela Kids. Sports programming comes through Canela Deportes and news on Canela News.

They are noted for their library of classic Mexican novels and films.

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