El hombre inquieto

The Restless Man
Directed by Rafael Baledón
Produced by Rafael Valdés, Jacobo Derechin, Paul Castelain, Armando Solís
Written by Fernando Galiana
Starring Sara García, German Valdés Tin-Tan, Marcelo Chávez, Joaquín Pardavé, Martha Valdés
Music by Manuel Esperón y Enrique Rodríguez
Edited by Rafael Ceballos
Distributed by Filmex
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Running time
89 minutes
Country Mexico
Language Spanish

The Restless Man (Spanish: El hombre inquieto) is a 1953 Mexican film. It stars Sara García. Plot: A poor newspaper-selling man, Germán, is hired by a greedy man, Roque, to impersonate the long dead son of a wealthy Arab, Cain Rafful. While doing so, Germán falls in love with Cain Rafful's only daughter, Elena, who is the girlfriend of Roque. When Mr. Rafful discovers the scam, he still accepts Germán as his adopted son and allows him to marry his daughter.

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