English Version
The Girl in the Wool Coat
A long time ago there was a girl in Ocotlán who could make it rain while she danced wearing her white wool coat.
The village enjoyed a time of abundance, until the elves El Chivato and la Mulata chased her away out of envy.
The girl in the wool coat went to San Juan Yucuita, and they say from then on people take flowers to the hill to thank the woman for her abundant harvests,
while Ocotlán was left with scarce water.
That is how we Chocholtecos tell it.

Credits
Thanks to the drawings from CENTRO DE EDUCACIÓN PREESCOLAR BILINGÜE “XOCHIQUETZAL” Santa María Ocotlán, Oaxaca

Title: La niña de Lanilla
Locution: Marcelino López Cruz
Traduction: Marcelino López Cruz
Direction: Gabriela Badillo / Hola Combo
Design: Erika Corona
Animator: Hola Combo / Erika Corona
Adaptation: Gabriela Badillo
Original Music: Igor Figueroa
Audio Design: Igor Figueroa
Coordinator of production: Brenda Orozco
Duration: 1.00 min
A production by Hola Combo, Canal Once, INALI, CDI
Year of Production 2017

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