|Gold in the Hand|
|Directed by||Adelqui Migliar|
|Written by|| José Ramón Luna |
Manuel Villegas López
|Starring|| Sebastián Chiola |
|Edited by||Gerardo Rinaldi|
|Music by||Lucio Demare|
Gold in the Hand (Spanish:Oro en la mano) is a 1943 Argentine drama film directed by Adelqui Migliar and starring Sebastián Chiola, José Olarra and Pepita Serrador. 
Amor is a 1940 Argentine comedy film directed and written by Luis Bayón Herrera and starring Severo Fernández.
Palermo is a 1937 Argentine comedy film directed by Arturo S. Mom and starring Nedda Francy, José Gola and Orestes Caviglia. The film's title refers to the Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires. The story was written by Guillermo Salazar Altamira, a sports journalist.
Women Who Work is a 1938 Argentine comedy film drama directed by Manuel Romero. The film premiered in Buenos Aires and starred Tito Lusiardo.
A Woman from the Street is a 1939 Argentine drama film directed by Luis Moglia Barth. The film was premiered on August 23, 1939, in Buenos Aires and starred Aida Alberti.
Con el dedo en el gatillo is a 1940 Argentine film directed by Luis Moglia Barth.
When the Heart Sings is a 1941 Argentine musical drama film directed by Richard Harlan and starring Hugo del Carril, Aída Luz and José Olarra. A man from a wealthy background meets and marries an actress despite fierce opposition from his family.
Muchachas que estudian is a 1939 Argentine comedy film directed and written by Manuel Romero. The film premiered on September 6, 1939 in Buenos Aires and starred Sofía Bozán, Enrique Serrano and Delia Garcés.
The Road of the Llamas or El Camino de las llamas is a 1942 Argentine film directed by Mario Soffici.
The Kids Grow Up is a 1942 Argentine film directed by Carlos Hugo Christensen and starring Arturo García Buhr, Santiago Gómez Cou and María Duval. At the 1943 Argentine Film Critics Association Awards, Arturo García Buhr won the Silver Condor Award for Best Actor for his performance in the film.
Narciso Ibáñez Serrador was a Spanish film, television and theater director, actor and screenwriter.
Historias para no dormir is a Spanish horror anthology television series written and directed by Narciso Ibáñez Serrador, produced by Televisión Española and broadcast on its Primera Cadena from 1966 to 1982.
De México llegó el amor is a 1940 Argentine black-and-white film, directed by Richard Harlan and written by Ariel Cortazzo and Conrado de Keller. It premiered on July 16, 1940.
The Whole Year is Christmas is a 1960 Argentine film.
José Olarra (1896–1948) was an Argentine actor.
Sebastián Chiola was an Argentine film actor. In 1945 he won the Silver Condor Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the thriller The Corpse Breaks a Date (1944).
Five Faces of Woman is a 1947 Mexican musical film directed by Gilberto Martínez Solares and starring Arturo de Córdova, Pepita Serrador and Ana María Campoy. The film's art direction was by Jorge Fernandez.
Josefina Serrador Marí, better known as Pepita Serrador, was an Argentine film actress. She was married to the actor Narciso Ibáñez Menta the mother of the film director Narciso Ibáñez Serrador. She divorced her husband in 1947.
The Outlaw is a 1939 Argentine drama film directed by Orestes Caviglia and starring Agustín Irusta.
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Serrador is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: