Pedro Salvador

Pedro Salvador (Pablo Puyol) is the son of an Asturian fisherman and he moved to Madrid to learn how to dance. Actually, he considers dance as a way to overcome his shyness towards girls. Besides, he has to work at part-time jobs in order to pay for his scholarship.

Bestseller No. 1
Cuidado Con El Amor (English Subtitled)
  • Running time: 94 minutes
  • Pedro Infante, Elsa Aguirre
  • Spanish, English
Bestseller No. 2
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Coleccion Pedro Infante: La Oveja Negra
  • Pedro Infante is one of the most famous actors from the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema. The relationship between family patriarch Cruz Trevi?o Mart?nez (Fernando Soler) and his son his son, Silvano (Pedro Infante), unravels when Dad flaunts his philandering with young beauties -- including Silvano's ex-girlfriend (Dalia I?iguez). While Cruz runs around acting like a young buck, Silvano tries to end
  • Warner Home Video (04/07/2009)
  • DVD, Unrated (Not Rated)
  • Running time: 105 minutes
  • Fernando Soler, Pedro Infante, Andrés Soler, Dalia Íñiguez, Virginia Serret
Bestseller No. 4
Simple Brightness Control
  • Automatic screen brightness adjustment
  • Does not require ambient light sensor
  • Easy to use: Set it and forget it!
  • Smart adjustment smoothly brightens/dims the screen
Bestseller No. 7
Pedro Salvador
  • Crooked Tree Records
  • MP3 Music
Bestseller No. 8
Un secreto a voces
  • Prime Video
  • Spanish
Bestseller No. 9
Bestseller No. 10
Coleccion Pedro Infante: Mexicanos al Grito de Guerra
  • Pedro Infante is one of the most famous actors from the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema. Comical complications ensue when young Luis Sandoval (Pedro Infante) enlists in the army to help defend Mexico from a French incursion -- and soon finds himself smitten with the French ambassador's winsome niece, Esther Dubois (Lina Montes). This entertaining tale also stars Miguel Arenas, Carlos Riquelme and Sal
  • Warner Home Video (04/07/2009)
  • DVD, Unrated (Not Rated)
  • Running time: 105 minutes
  • Pedro Infante, Lina Montes, Miguel Inclán, Miguel Arenas, Miguel Ángel Ferriz