Augusto Gerardo Junco Tassinari
3 October 1915
|9 December 1983 68) (aged
Mexico City, Mexico
|Heroica Escuela Naval Militar
|Víctor Junco (brother)
Augusto Gerardo Junco Tassinari (3 October 1915 – 9 December 1983), known professionally as Tito Junco, was a Mexican actor. He was considered one of the greatest actors of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema.
During his career, Junco appeared in about 200 films and received an Ariel Award nomination for his supporting performance in the 1948 film Que Dios me perdone .
Maria Antonieta Pons was a Cuban-born Mexican film actress and dancer. She was the first actress in the Rumberas films in the 1940s and 1950s, in the Golden Age of Mexican cinema.
El derecho de nacer is a 1952 Mexican film directed by Zacarías Gómez Urquiza and starring Gloria Marín, Jorge Mistral and Martha Roth. based on a Cuban radionovela (radioplay) of the same name by Félix B. Caignet. The movie broke box office records in Mexico when it was first released; during its release in Mexico City in June 1952, it was shown at the downtown Cine Orfeón for seven straight weeks.
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Federico Arturo Guízar Tolentino, known professionally as Tito Guízar, was a Mexican singer and actor. Along with Dolores del Río, Ramón Novarro and Lupe Vélez, as well as José Mojica, Guízar was among the few Mexicans who made history in the early years of Hollywood.
María Esther Fernández González was a Mexican actress.
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.
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Víctimas del Pecado is a 1951 Mexican drama film directed by Emilio Fernández and starring Ninón Sevilla. It was shot at the Churubusco Studios in Mexico City.
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Que Dios me perdone, is a 1948 Mexican film produced by Cinematográfica Filmex S.A and directed by Tito Davison, starring 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.
Tito Junco refers to:
Viento salvaje is a 1974 Mexican Western drama film directed by Zacarías Gómez Urquiza. It stars Eric del Castillo, Regina Torné, Víctor Junco, and Rosalba Brambila.