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Santiago José Carrillo Solares was a Spanish politician who served as General Secretary of the Communist Party of Spain (PCE) from 1960 to 1982. His role in the Paracuellos massacres during the Civil War was particularly controversial. He would later be exiled during the dictatorship of Francisco Franco, becoming a leader of the democratic opposition to the regime. His role as leader of the PCE would later make him a key figure in the transition to democracy. He later embraced Eurocommunism and democratic socialism, and was a member of the Congress of Deputies from 1977 to 1986.
Elpidia Carrillo is a Mexican actress and director. Her career includes roles in both Latin American and US film and television. She is best known in the United States for her supporting role in the iconic action film Predator, as well as Bread and Roses and Nine Lives.
Amado Carrillo Fuentes was a Mexican drug lord who seized control of the Juárez Cartel after assassinating his boss Rafael Aguilar Guajardo. Amado Carrillo became known as "El Señor de Los Cielos", because of the large fleet of jets he used to transport drugs. He was also known for laundering money via Colombia, to finance this fleet.
F Minus is a horizontally oriented single panel comic strip by Tony Carrillo, started when he was a sophomore at Arizona State University. It ran daily in The State Press, an independent newspaper at ASU, from 2002 until 2004, when Carrillo graduated.
Tony Carrillo is the creator of F Minus, an offbeat comic strip. Carrillo started the comic strip at Arizona State University, when he was in his sophomore year. After winning an online contest to determine the best college comic strip, Carrillo was awarded a deal with United Media. F Minus appears daily at GoComics, as well as many newspapers across the country.
Jesús Hector Gutiérrez Rebollo was a Mexican military general who was sentenced to 40 years in prison on multiple charges, including involvement in organized crime in the late nineties.
The Juárez Cartel, also known as the Vicente Carrillo Fuentes Organization, is a Mexican drug cartel based in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, across the Mexico—U.S. border from El Paso, Texas. The cartel is one of several drug trafficking organizations that have been known to decapitate their rivals, mutilate their corpses and dump them in public places to instill fear not only into the general public, but also into local law enforcement and their rivals, the Sinaloa Cartel. The Juárez Cartel has an armed wing known as La Línea, a Juarez street gang that usually performs the executions. It also uses the Barrio Azteca gang to attack its enemies.
Crime, Inc. is a 1945 American film noir crime film directed by Lew Landers starring Leo Carrillo, Tom Neal and Martha Tilton
The Guilty Generation is a 1931 American pre-Code drama film directed by Rowland V. Lee, starring Leo Carrillo and featuring Boris Karloff.
The House of Carrillo is a Spanish noble house that traces its origins from the ancient Kingdom of Castile. There are several branches that exist such as Carrillo de Albornoz, Carrillo de Mendoza, Carrillo de Figueroa, Carrillo de Toledo and Carrillo Tablas among others. There are also several variations in spelling of the surname Carrillo such as "Carillo". Records prove that both surnames are one and the same.
Victor G. Carrillo is a Texas geologist and politician who was formerly chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission and county judge of Taylor County, Texas.
Tony Bennett's "Something" is a 1970 studio album by Tony Bennett. As with Bennett's previous album, Tony Sings the Great Hits of Today!, it contains renditions of contemporary pop songs, including "Something", which had appeared on the earlier release.
Felipe Carrillo Puerto is a municipality in the south-central part of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. The municipal seat is the city of the same name. It was named after the assassinated local politician Felipe Carrillo Puerto. According to the 2014 census, the municipality's population was 81,742 inhabitants, living on an area of 13,806 square kilometres (5,331 sq mi).
The Winning Ticket is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Charles Reisner and starring Leo Carrillo, Louise Fazenda, and Ted Healy. It was released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Richard Carrillo is an American politician and a Democratic member of the Nevada Assembly since February 7, 2011 representing District 18. Carrillo is a member of the National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators.
Men Are Such Fools is a 1932 American pre-Code drama film directed by William Nigh and written by Viola Brothers Shore and Ethel Doherty. The film stars Leo Carrillo, Vivienne Osborne, Una Merkel, Joseph Cawthorn and Tom Moore. The film was released on November 11, 1932, by RKO Pictures.
Wendy Maria Carrillo Dono is an American politician serving in the California State Assembly. A Democrat, she represents the 51st State Assembly district, encompassing parts of northeastern Los Angeles and East Los Angeles. She was sworn into office by Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon on December 16, 2017. Prior to becoming a member of the California State Assembly, she was a multimedia journalist and labor activist.
Humberto Garza Carrillo is a Mexican professional wrestler signed to WWE, where he performs on the Raw brand. He previously worked under the ring name Último Ninja while wrestling in Mexico. He is a third-generation luchador son of Humberto Garza Jr, Grandson of Humberto Garza. He is the nephew of Hector Garza and the cousin of current WWE wrestler Angel Garza.
Carrillo is a surname.
Tony Sotomayor Carrillo was an American politician and educator.