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Cremilda de Oliveira (6 November 1887 - 23 June 1979) was a Portuguese actress. Her filmography includes: A Viúva Alegre (1909); Es peligroso asomarse al exterior (1946); O Leão da Estrela (1947); O Grande Elias (1950); A Garça e a Serpente (1952); and O Comissário de Polícia (1953).

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