|Le Chanteur de Mexico|
|Directed by||Richard Pottier|
|Release dates||24 January 1957|
Le Chanteur de Mexico is a French film directed by Richard Pottier starring Luis Mariano and Bourvil, released in 1957. It was a screen version of Francis Lopez' operetta that premiered at the Théâtre du Châtelet on 15 December 1951.
"Francis Lopez composed for Le Chanteur de Mexico one of his best scores in which the arias integrate well into the atmosphere of the action; the airs were rapidly on everybody's lips: Mexico, Rossignol, Acapulco, Il est un coin de France, Maïtechu, Quant on voit Paris d'en haut, Quant on est deux amis." 
- Luis Mariano as Miguel Morano/Vincent Etchebar
- Bourvil as Bilou
- Annie Cordy as Cri-Cri
- Tilda Thamar as Eva Marchal
- Gisèle Grandpré as La Tornada
- Fernando Rey as Cartoni, the impresario
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