The title of this Mexican musical comedy translates to Oh Pain, Little Pain, Pain -- a title someone like Jerry Lewis might have come up with. Instead, the film stars Lola Flores as a gypsy entertainer, stranded in a provincial town with her two erstwhile boyfriends. Reportedly, most of the film's budget was used to pay Flores, one of Spain's top vocal stars. But the producers had nothing to worry about: her suitors are played by Luis Aguilar and Antonio Badu, longtime movie favorites whose presence ensured plenty of box-office pull. In addition to Flores, the feminine angle is provided by Ana Berta Lupe, "Miss Mexico" of 1952.