Luis Ciges

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Luis Ciges
Luis Ciges Martínez

(1921-05-10)10 May 1921
Madrid, Spain
Died11 December 2002(2002-12-11) (aged 81)
Madrid, Spain
Years active1958-2002

Luis Ciges Martínez (10 May 1921 11 December 2002) was a Spanish film actor. He appeared in 140 films between 1958 and 2002. His father was Manuel Ciges.


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