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List of Argentine films of 1944

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List of Argentine films of 1944

A list of films produced in Argentina in 1944:

Argentine films of 1944
Title Director Release Genre
A - J
Apasionadamente Luis César Amadori 19 of May
La casta Susana Benito Perojo 11 of October
Centauros del pasado Belisario García Villar 13 of September
Cuando la primavera se equivoca Mario Soffici 31 of October
La danza de la fortuna Luis Bayón Herrera 3 of April Comedia
Delirio Arturo García Buhr 17 of March Drama
El deseo Carlos Schlieper 27 of September comedia
Los dos rivales Luis Bayón Herrera 4 of February Drama
El fin de la noche Alberto de Zavalía 1 of November Drama
Bélica
Hay que casar a Paulina Manuel Romero 31 of March comedia
La importancia de ser ladrón Julio Saraceni 28 of July Comedia
El juego del amor y del azar Leopoldo Torres Ríos 23 of June Comedia
K - Z
Mi novia es un fantasma Francisco Mugica 2 of June Comedia
El muerto falta a la cita Pierre Chenal 7 of December policial
Nuestra Natacha Julio Saraceni 7 of September Drama
Pachamama Roberto de Ribón 26 of May
La pequeña señora de Pérez Carlos Hugo Christensen 8 of January comedia
Se rematan ilusiones Mario C. Lugones 28 of April
Siete mujeres Benito Perojo 30 of March Drama
Su esposa diurna Enrique Cahen Salaberry 12 of May Comedia
Su mejor alumno Lucas Demare 22 of May drama histórico
Un muchacho de Buenos Aires Julio Irigoyen 3 of April Musical
Veinticuatro horas en la vida de una mujer Carlos Borcosque 17 of August Drama
La verdadera victoria Carlos Borcosque 7 of March

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