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The Legend of the Crying Woman (Spanish: La Leyenda de la Llorona) is a 2011 Mexican animated adventure-comedy-horror where in a San Juan, Sir Andres, and others from The Legend of Nahuala travel to the village of Xochimilco in order to handle it's haunting by the spirit of the Weeping Woman, who abducts children late at night. The film was produced by Ánima Estudios, and Eficine 226 with a run time of 75 minutes.


Leo San Juan, a year after defeating the spirit of La Nahuala, now faces his first great mission: to free Xochimilco from La Llorona (Crying Woman), the spirit of a woman who for hundreds of years has plagued the community and kidnapped dozens of children. With the help of El Alebrije, Don Andrés and the Calaca children, Leo plans to defeat her. However, her power will make our hero and his allies separate, each facing the dangers that appear in a Xochimilco haunted by the tears of La Llorona (Crying Woman) and the dark forces that, since ancient times, lurk behind this terrible monster.


The Legend of the Crying Woman is followed by 2014's The Legend of the Mummies (La Leyenda de las Momias).


  • Leo San Juan: Yair Prado
  • Don Andres/Pujo: Andres Couturier
  • Alebrije: Rafael Inclan
  • Kika: Monica Del Carmen
  • Beto: Erick Canete
  • Rosa (Beto and Kika's mom): Rosario Zuniga
  • Teodora: Mayte Cordeiro
  • Yoltzin: Mercedes Hernandez
  • La Llorona: Rocio Lara
  • Willy/Padre Godofredo: Miguel Couturier
  • Pecas/Finado: Jesus Guzman
  • Leo's Mom: Valeria Russek
  • Padre Tello/Tiro: Humberto Solorzano
  • Moribunda: Romina Marroquin
  • Guide voice Alebrije: Carlos Del Campo