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|Directed by||Juan Orol|
|Written by||Juan Orol|
|Produced by||Juan Orol|
|Starring||María Antonieta Pons|
|Music by||Rodrigo Pratts|
|Distributed by||España Sono Films|
|August 7, 1942 (México)|
In 1868, while develops the Cuban War of Independence, Gaston de Montero (Juan Orol), a noble Spanish knight, rescues a young girl named Siboney (María Antonieta Pons) and he helps her to become in a successful dancer. Over time, she discovers that she is the daughter of a prominent aristocrat.
- María Antonieta Pons ... Siboney
- Juan Orol ... Gastón de Montero
- Chela Castro ... Caridad
- Luisa María Morales ... Ligia
- Oscar Lombardo ... Ricardo
- Celina ... Santerian
Siboney is the first film by the Spanish director Juan Orol with his second film muse, María Antonieta Pons. With Mexican production, the film was shot in Cuba, inspired by the theme song Siboney of Ernesto Lecuona. For this film were used scenes of the Galician Center of Havana. The motto of this film was a distinct Cuban film. Siboney was considered the first film of the called Rumberas film of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema.
- Las Rumberas del Cine Mexicano. Editorial televisa. 1999. p. 14.