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|Directed by||Adelqui Migliar|
|Written by||José B. Cairola|
|Starring|| Floren Delbene |
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Adiós Buenos Aires is a 1938 Argentine musical film directed and written by Leopoldo Torres Ríos. The film starred Tito Lusiardo and a 19-year-old Amelia Bence.
Amalia is a 1936 Argentine film directed and script written by Luis Moglia Barth. It was based on the novel by José Mármol and is also a remake of the 1914 film Amalia of the same name. The film starred Herminia Franco.
Help Me to Live is a 1936 Argentine romantic drama musical directed and written by José A. Ferreyra with Libertad Lamarque. Starring Libertad Lamarque and Santiago Gómez Cou, the film premiered on 26 August 1936 in Buenos Aires.
Bewitching Kisses is a 1937 Argentine romantic drama film musical directed and written by José A. Ferreyra, based on a story by Enrique García Velloso. Starring Libertad Lamarque and Floren Delbene.
Floren Delbene was an Argentine film actor of the Golden Age of Argentine Cinema.
An Evening of Love is a 1943 Argentine romantic drama film directed and written by Rogelio Geissmann.The film starred Floren Delbene and Ana Arneodo.
Sara Barrié was a Chilean born Argentine film actress who appeared in the cinema of Argentina in the 1940s. She appeared in films such as Un Atardecer de amor in 1943 working with actors such as Floren Delbene and Ana Arneodo
Lo que le pasó a Reynoso is a 1937 Argentine drama film directed and written by Leopoldo Torres Ríos. The film was based on a play by Alberto Vaccarezza and premiered in Buenos Aires on February 18, 1937. It starred Floren Delbene.
Chimbela is a 1939 Argentine musical film drama directed by José A. Ferreyra. The film stars Floren Delbene and Armando Bo. It premiered in Buenos Aires.
Cita en la frontera is a 1940 Argentine film directed by Mario Soffici and starring Libertad Lamarque.
Hogar, dulce hogar is a 1941 Argentine film written and directed by Luis Moglia Barth.
Dance of Fire is a 1949 Argentine drama film directed by Daniel Tinayre. It was entered into the 1951 Cannes Film Festival.
The Age of Love is a 1954 Argentine musical comedy film directed by Julio Saraceni and starring Lolita Torres, Alberto Dalbés and Floren Delbene.
Isla brava is a 1958 Argentine film directed by Mario Soffici and starring Elsa Daniel.
La senda oscura is a 1947 Argentine film, directed by Luis Moglia Barth and starring María Duval, Elsa O'Connor and Ricardo Passano.
Good Night, My Love is a 1961 Argentine film.
Juan Moreira is a 1948 Argentine historical action film directed by Luis Moglia Barth and starring Floren Delbene, Dorita Ferreyro and Nedda Francy. The film is an adaptation of the 1879 novel Juan Moreira by Eduardo Gutiérrez, portraying the life of the nineteenth century guacho and outlaw Juan Moreira.
Paths of Faith is a 1938 Argentine drama film directed by Luis Moglia Barth and starring Amanda Ledesma, Floren Delbene and Pedro Maratea.
Santos Vega is a 1936 Argentine historical film directed by Luis Moglia Barth. It is based on the story of Santos Vega.