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Mexico’s greatest: films from the great Vicente Fernández and Antonio Aguilar

Milagros Gomez
Written by Milagros Gomez

[Spanish version]

If you’re familiar with mariachi music, it’s likely you’ve come across the songs of Vicente Fernández and Antonio Aguilar. Fernández and Aguilar are two of Mexico’s greatest icons in the world of the Mexican cinema and its music industry while adopting the attire of a “charro”.

“El Charro de Mexico” (Aguilar) and “El Rey de la Música Ranchera” (Fernández) conquered fame in the mid-20th  century by becoming two of the most best-selling singers and most sought actors with a combined 155 films and have sold over 75 million album copies. Some of their films such as Un Hombre Llamado El Diablo (1983), El Alazán y El Rosillo (1966), Acorralado (1984), Benjamín Argumedo (1979) are available to stream right now. Check them out above and tell us which one is your favorite on the comments below.

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