(J.M.Ramos, C.E.Gonzàles, F. Sàyago, 1918). Music compiled by Gillian Anderson.
The story of the appearance of the Virgin to a Mexican peasant during the colonial occupation of Mexico by the Spanish. Concerned about the travel by ship of her fiancé in submarine infested waters, the heroine submerges herself in a book about the first appearance of the virgin of Guadalupe to a Mexican Indian peasant. When her fiancé returns safely, they go to the cathedral to give thanks.
|Rehearsals||One 2 ½ hour rehearsal
One 2 ½ hour tech rehearsal
One 2 hour 45 minute dress rehearsal
|Performance time||47 minutes without intermission|
|Film speed||18 frames per second|
|Film source||Mexican Cinematheque|