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Luis César Amadori

Héctor Olivera
Born (1902-05-28)28 May 1902
Pescara, Abruzzi, Italy
Died

5 June 1977(1977-06-05) (aged 75#REDIRECT

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Occupation Film director
Screenwriter
Years active 1936–1967

Luis César Amadori (28 May 1902, Pescara, Abruzzi, Italy - 5 June 1977, Buenos Aires) was an Italian - Argentine film director and screenwriter and one of the most influential directors in the Cinema of Argentina of the classic era. He directed over 60 films between 1936 and 1967, writing the scripts to over 50 pictures.

He directed films such as Apasionadamente (1944), the critically acclaimed Albéniz (1947) and Alma fuerte (1949).

Filmography

  • New Port (1936)
  • El pobre Pérez (1937)
  • El canillita y la dama (1938)
  • Meastro Levita (1938)
  • Honeysuckle (1938)
  • Palabra de honor (1939)
  • Caminito de Gloria (1939)
  • El haragán de la familia (1940)
  • Educating Niní (1940)
  • Napoleón (1941)
  • The Song of the Suburbs (1941)
  • Orquesta de señoritas (1941)
  • Soñar no cuesta nada (1941)
  • El tercer beso (1942)
  • El profesor Cero (1942)
  • Bajó un ángel del cielo (1942)
  • La mentirosa (1942)
  • Ciaro de luna (1942)
  • Son cartas de amor (1943)
  • Luisito (1943)
  • Carmen (1943)
  • Apasionadamente (1944)
  • Two Angels and a Sinner (1945)
  • Madame Sans-Gêne (1945)
  • Saint Candida (1945(
  • Mosquita muerta (1946)
  • Albéniz (1947)
  • Una mujer sin cabeza (1947)
  • Dios se lo pague (1948)
  • Una noche en el Ta-Ba-Rín (1949)
  • Don Juan Tenorio (1949)
  • Juan Globo (1949)
  • Almafuerte (1949)
  • Historia de una passion (1950)
  • Nacha Regules (1950)
  • Pecado (1951)
  • Maria Montecristo (1951)
  • Me casé con una estrella (1951)
  • Eva Perón inmortal (1952)
  • La de los ojos color del tiempo (1952)
  • La pasión desnuda (1953)
  • El grito sagrado (1954)
  • Caídos en el infierno (1954)
  • El barro humano (1955)
  • El amor nunca muere (1955)
  • Amor prohibido (1958)
  • La Violetera (1958)
  • Una muchachita de Valladolid (1958)
  • Una gran señora (1959)
  • Where Are You Going, Alfonso XII? (1959)
  • Un trono para Cristy (1960)
  • Mi último tango (1960)
  • Alerta en el cielo (1961)
  • Pecado de amor (1961)
  • La casta Susana (1963)
  • El señor de La Salle (1964)
  • Como dos gotas de agua (1964)
  • Más bonita que ninguna (1965)
  • Acompáñame (1966)
  • Amor en el aire (1967)
  • Un novio para dos hermanas (1967)
  • Buenos días, condesita (1967)
  • Cristina Guzmán (1968)

Notes

  • Luis Trelles Plazaola: South American Cinema: Dictionary of Film Makers. La Editorial UPR 1989, ISBN 978-0-8477-2011-8, p. 5 (restricted online copy, p. 5, at Google Books)
  • Néstor Pinsón: Luis César Amadori at todotango.com

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