Tito Junco refers to:
Tito Junco was a Cuban film actor. He appeared in 19 films and television shows between 1975 and 2003. In 1981 he won the award for Best Actor at the 12th Moscow International Film Festival for his role in Guardafronteras.
Augusto Gerardo Junco Tassinari, known professionally as Tito Junco, was a Mexican actor. He was considered one of the greatest actors of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema.
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The Devil Is a Woman is a 1950 Mexican drama film directed by Tito Davison. It was entered into the 1951 Cannes Film Festival.
Víctor Ciriaco Junco Tassinari, known professionally as Víctor Junco, was a Mexican actor. He was considered a star of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema. During his career, Junco received two Ariel Award nominations for his supporting performances in La Otra (1946) and Misterio (1980), he won for the latter.
The Count of Monte Cristo is a 1942 Mexican historical adventure film directed by Roberto Gavaldón and Chano Urueta and starring Arturo de Córdova, Mapy Cortés and Anita Blanch. It is based on Alexandre Dumas's novel The Count of Monte Cristo. a story which has been adapted for film many times.
La Vírgen morena is a 1942 Mexican drama film directed by Gabriel Soria.
El rifle implacable is a 1965 Mexican western film directed by Miguel M. Delgado. It stars Antonio Aguilar, Flor Silvestre, Olivia Michel, Víctor Junco, Tito Junco, and Crox Alvarado. It centers on two recently orphaned sisters who hire a wrongly-accused man to help them to overcome a group of bandits.
The 12th Moscow International Film Festival was held from 7 to 21 July 1981. The Golden Prizes were awarded to the Brazilian film O Homem que Virou Suco directed by João Batista de Andrade, the Vietnamese film The Abandoned Field: Free Fire Zone directed by Nguyen Hong Shen and the Soviet-French-Swiss film Teheran 43 directed by Aleksandr Alov and Vladimir Naumov.
Guardafronteras is a 1981 Cuban drama film directed by Octavio Cortázar. It was entered into the 12th Moscow International Film Festival, where Tito Junco won the award for Best Actor.
Pecado mortal is a Mexican telenovela produced by Telesistema Mexicano in 1960. Were starring Amparo Rivelles, Elsa Cárdenas and Osvaldo Calvo, and as antagonist Tito Junco. Written by Caridad Bravo Adams, and produced by Raúl Astor.
Encadenados, is a 1969 Mexican telenovela produced by Televisa and originally transmitted by Telesistema Mexicano.
Lágrimas amargas is a Mexican telenovela produced by Televisa for Telesistema Mexicano in 1967.
Amor perdido is a 1951 Mexican drama film directed by Miguel Morayta and starring Amalia Aguilar and Víctor Junco. The plot is inspired by the famous bolero of the same name by Pedro Flores.
Que Dios me perdone, is a Mexican film produced by Cinematográfica Filmex S.A and directed by Tito Davison. Starring by María Félix, Fernando Soler and Julián Soler.
Rosalinda is a 1945 Mexican historical drama film directed by Rolando Aguilar and starring María Antonieta Pons, Rafael Baledón and Tito Junco.
Our Lady of Fatima is a 1951 Spanish drama film directed by Rafael Gil and starring Ines Orsini, Fernando Rey and Tito Junco.
Remember to Live is a 1953 Mexican drama film directed by Roberto Gavaldón and starring Libertad Lamarque, Carmen Montejo and Miguel Torruco.
The Strange Passenger is a 1953 Mexican mystery film directed by Fernando A. Rivero and starring Emilia Guiú, Víctor Manuel Mendoza and Tito Junco.
Where Are Our Children Going? is a 1958 Mexican drama film directed by Benito Alazraki. It was released in 1958. It starred Dolores del Río. Based in the play Half Tone by Rodolfo Usigli.