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Tomás Blanco García
10 November 1910
|Died||16 July 1990 79) (aged|
Tomás Blanco García (10 November 1910 – 16 July 1990) was a Spanish film actor. He appeared in more than 140 films between 1942 and 1983. He was born in Bilbao, Spain and died in Madrid, Spain.
Jaime Fernández Reyes was a Mexican actor. Over his career, he won 3 Silver Ariel awards — the Mexican equivalent of the Oscar — including one for what is arguably his best-known role, playing Friday, the protagonist's associate in Luis Buñuel's Robinson Crusoe. He appeared in over 200 films and served as the general secretary of the National Association of Actors (ANDA) for 11 years. His older brother is actor/director Emilio Fernández.
Gerard Tichy was a Spanish actor of German descent, who appeared in numerous movies, including several international productions. He was born in Weißenfels, Germany, on March 11, 1920, and died in Madrid, Spain, on April 11, 1992.
Lorenzo Robledo was a Spanish film actor, who made over 85 appearances in film between 1956 and 1982. He is a familiar face in Italian westerns, having appeared in a total of 32 Spaghetti Western films throughout the 1960s and early 1970s.
Joaquín Cordero was a Mexican actor of the cinema, theatre and telenovelas.
Frank Braña was a Spanish character actor.
José Calvo was a Spanish film actor best known for his roles in western films and historical dramas.
Ángel Álvarez was a prolific Spanish film actor.
Jorge Martínez de Hoyos was a Mexican actor. He died from lung cancer on May 6, 1997.
Eduardo Martínez Fajardo was a Spanish film actor born in Meis (Pontevedra), Spain. He appeared in 183 films, 75 plays and made 2,000 television appearances between 1947 and 2002.
Carlos Casaravilla was an Uruguayan actor. He appeared in 85 films between 1934 and 1978. He starred in the film El Lazarillo de Tormes, which won the Golden Bear at the 10th Berlin International Film Festival.
Pancho Córdova was a Mexican character actor who has appeared in numerous films of United States and Mexico.
Santiago Eduardo Urueta Sierra, more commonly known as Chano Urueta, was a Mexican film director, producer, screenwriter, and actor.
Alberto Amado Ribero, known professionally as Tito Ribero, was an Argentine film score composer, composer, singer, and musician. In addition to having his own orchestra, he provided the film scores to over 200 movies, at his most prolific in the 1950s and 1960s. For Del otro lado del puente he won the Silver Condor Award for Best Original Score from the Argentine Academy of Cinematography Arts and Sciences in 1953.
Barta Barri (1911-2003) was a Hungarian-born Spanish film actor.
Manuel Dondé was a Mexican film actor. He frequently played villains during his long film career.
José Riesgo was a Spanish actor. After fighting in the Spanish Civil War for the Spanish Republican Army, he began acting in 1943. He played Julián in Barrio Sésamo. He died on 16 May 2002.
Tomás Ares Pena, known as Xan das Bolas was a Spanish comic actor active during the franquism with films including Botón de ancla (1961).
Gustavo Re was a Spanish television presenter and actor.
Rufino Inglés was a Spanish actor.
Emilio Rodríguez was a Spanish actor. During the Spanish post-war, he worked as a police man and he was a volunteer at División Azul. Between 1950 and 1960 he was a supporting actor. He played Inspector Ballestero in Deadfall (1968), starring Michael Caine, and Warden in Kid Rodelo (1966) At the age of 50 he retired for health problems, and then he starred in Crónicas de un pueblo, in the role of the teacher D. Antonio. After the death of Francisco Franco he was categorized as a francoist character. He finally appeared in Verano azul, and died in 1988.