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Enric Guitart i Matas

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Enric Guitart i Matas
Born1 May 1909
Died30 November 1999
Barcelona, Catalonia
Spain
Other namesEnrique Guitart Matas
OccupationActor
Years active1927-1976 (film)

Enric Guitart i Matas (Barcelona, 1 May 1909 – 30 November 1999), better known as simply Enric Guitart, or Enrique Guitart in Spanish circles, was a Catalan and Spanish stage and film actor.[1][2] He appeared in around forty films during his career. He was the son of the actor and theater director, Enric Guitart i Soldevila, and the actress Emília Matas. He portrayed Don Joaquín in the play La sirena varada, written by Alejandro Casona and released at the Teatro Español on 17 March 1934.[3]

Selected filmography

The following are only some of the Catalan and Spanish films in which Enric Guitart acted.

Year Original film title
(& English title,
where there is one)
Role played Director(s) Notes Ref.
1929 La Marieta de l’ull viu,
o Baixant de la font del Gat
Josep Amich i Bert ("Amichatis") and Gastó A. Màntua [4]
1930 L'auca del senyor Esteve Lucas Argilés [5]
1934 El novio de mamá Florián Rey [6]
1936 El bailarín y el trabajador
(
The Dancer and the Worker)
Lluís Marquina
1937-38 ¡No quiero... no quiero! Francisco Elías
1940 Julieta y Romeo
(Juliet and Romeo)
Josep Maria Castellví i Marimón
1940 ¡Rápteme usted! Julio de Flechner
1941 Su hermano y él Lluís Marquina [7]
1942 Siempre mujeres Carlos Arévalo
1942 Vidas cruzadas Lluís Marquina
1945 Leyenda de feria Juan de Orduña [8]
1946 Senda ignorada
(Unknown Path)
José Antonio Nieves Conde [9]
1947 Vidas confusas Jerónimo Mihura [10]
1948 El marqués de Salamanca Edgar Neville [11]
1949 La mies es mucha José Luis Sáenz de Heredia [12][13]
1949 Noventa minutos
(Ninety Minutes)
Antonio del Amo
1950 Don Juan José Luís Sáenz de Heredia [14]
1950 El hijo de la noche
(Child of the Night)
Ricard Gascón
1951 El sueño de Andalucía / Andalousie
(The Dream of Andalusia)
Luis Lucia [15]
1951 Servicio en la mar
(Service at Sea)
Luis Suárez de Lezo
1953 Intriga en el escenario
(Plot on the Stage)
Feliciano Catalán
1953 Hermano menor
(Younger Brother)
Domingo Viladomat
1961 Los atracadores Francesc Rovira-Beleta [16]
1967 Operación Dalila Luis de los Arcos

References

  1. ^ Wright p.129
  2. ^ "Fallece a los 90 años en Barcelona el actor catalán Enric Guitart, destacado galán del teatro español", El País, 1 December 1999 (in Spanish). [Consulted 24-Oct-2019].
  3. ^ Casona, Alejandro; Díaz Castañón, Carmen (1990). La sirena varada: Los árboles mueren de pie (7th ed.). Espasa-Calpe. p. 46. ISBN 9788423919215.
  4. ^ Enric Guitart i Matas at the Gran Enciclopèdia Catalana, (in Catalan). [Consulted: 25-10-2019].
  5. ^ Enric Guitart i Matas at the Gran Enciclopèdia Catalana, (in Catalan). [Consulted: 25-10-2019].
  6. ^ Enric Guitart i Matas at the Gran Enciclopèdia Catalana, (in Catalan). [Consulted: 25-10-2019].
  7. ^ Guitart, Enric at MCN Biografías, la web de las biografías, www.mcnbiografias.com. (in Spanish) [Accessed: 25-10-2019].
  8. ^ Enric Guitart i Matas at the Gran Enciclopèdia Catalana, (in Catalan). [Consulted: 25-10-2019].
  9. ^ Enric Guitart i Matas at the Gran Enciclopèdia Catalana, (in Catalan). [Consulted: 25-10-2019].
  10. ^ Guitart, Enric at MCN Biografías, la web de las biografías, www.mcnbiografias.com. (in Spanish) [Accessed: 25-10-2019].
  11. ^ Enric Guitart i Matas at the Gran Enciclopèdia Catalana, (in Catalan). [Consulted: 25-10-2019].
  12. ^ Enric Guitart i Matas at the Gran Enciclopèdia Catalana, (in Catalan). [Consulted: 25-10-2019].
  13. ^ Guitart, Enric at MCN Biografías, la web de las biografías, www.mcnbiografias.com. (in Spanish) [Accessed: 25-10-2019].
  14. ^ Enric Guitart i Matas at the Gran Enciclopèdia Catalana, (in Catalan). [Consulted: 25-10-2019].
  15. ^ Enric Guitart i Matas at the Gran Enciclopèdia Catalana, (in Catalan). [Consulted: 25-10-2019].
  16. ^ Enric Guitart i Matas at the Gran Enciclopèdia Catalana, (in Catalan). [Consulted: 25-10-2019].

Bibliography

  • Wright, Sarah. Tales of Seduction: The Figure of Don Juan in Spanish Culture. I.B.Tauris, 2012.

External links


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