La vida de Pedro Infante
José Infante Cruz (Pedro Infante)
Maricruz Olivier (María Luisa León)
Lilia Prado (Eufemia)
Begoña Palacios (Yolanda Cruz)
A tender story based on the real life of Pedro Infante, actor and singer, an icon of Mexican cinema. His beginnings, his triumphs, his loves and his untimely death.
Registration XB-RIP or XB-BIP.
On the left.
On the left.
A Mexicana de Aviación Douglas DC-6 in the left and a Douglas DC-3 in the right.
Registration XB-JUR, c/n AF-536. Carried serial 52-10606 in USAF service. Also carried civil registrations N9514Z, XA-DAJ, and N67132. Fate unknown.
Pedro Infante's air incident on May 22nd, 1949.
A Douglas DC-6 (or a DC-4/C-54, DC-7?) at Mérida International Airport, Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico.
Two DC-3s in the background.
Registration XC-CAY, c/n 18 built in 1940. Owned by Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) at time of filming, this aircraft remains the oldest surviving Liberator today, now kept in flightworthy condition by the Commemorative Air Force as Diamond Lil, registration N24927. Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Military Fixed-Wing).
Used in the film to portray Liberator registration XA-KUN, an aircraft operated by TAMSA in which Pedro Infante and two others were killed in a crash on 15 April 1957. Sources vary on whether this aircraft was a B-24J or a C-87.