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Héctor Calcaño

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Héctor Calcaño
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Héctor Calcaño and Julia Sandoval in La Dama del millón (1956)
Born
Héctor Calcagno

1894 (1894)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Died1969 (aged 74–75)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Years active1933- 1968

Héctor Calcaño (born Héctor Calcagno, 1894–1969) was an Argentine film actor. He appeared in nearly 70 films between 1933 and 1968.

Filmography

  • Este cura (1968) - a.k.a. Operación San Antonio (Argentina)
  • La señora del intendente (1967) .... Mezadra - a.k.a. Señora del intendente-de-Ombú-quemado, La (Argentina: complete title)
  • Escándalo en la familia (1967) - a.k.a. Scandal in the Family (International: English title)
  • Canuto Cañete, detective privado (1965) .... Zorrilla
  • Extraña ternura (1964) .... Señor Langoa
  • El Gordo Villanueva (1964)
  • La Cigarra no es un bicho (1964) .... Police Commissioner - Amour en quarantaine, L' (France: dubbed version) - The Cicada Is Not an Insect (literal English title) - The Games Men Play (USA)
  • Cuando calienta el sol (1963)
  • La Chacota (1962)
  • La Maestra enamorada (1961)
  • La Procesión (1960)
  • The Candidate (1959)
  • La Hermosa mentira (1958)
  • Rosaura a las 10 (1958) - a.k.a. Rosaura at 10 o'clock (International: English title: literal title)
  • La Morocha (1958)
  • El Sonámbulo que quería dormir (1956)
  • La Dama del millón (1956) - a.k.a. Veinte metros de amor (Argentina)
  • Canario rojo (1955)
  • El Barro humano (1955) - a.k.a. The Human Clay (USA)
  • Concierto para una lágrima (1955)
  • El Millonario (1955)
  • Mi marido y mi novio (1955)
  • Su seguro servidor (1954)
  • Mujeres casadas (1954)
  • La Cueva de Ali-Babá (1954) - a.k.a. The Cave of Ali Baba (International: English title: literal title)
  • El Último cowboy (1954)
  • La Pasión desnuda (1953) - a.k.a. Naked Passion (International: English title)
  • Fin de mes (1953)
  • Payaso (1952)
  • The Earring (1951)
  • Concierto de bastón (1951)
  • Cuidado con las mujeres (1951)
  • La Mujer del león (1951)
  • Arroz con leche (1950) - a.k.a. Rice and Milk (International: English title)
  • Ladrón canta boleros, El (1950)
  • Cita en las estrellas (1949)
  • Fascinación (1949) - a.k.a. Fascination (International: English title)
  • Hombre solo no vale nada, Un (1949)
  • Hostería del caballito blanco, La (1948) - a.k.a. White Horse Inn (International: English title)
  • Los Hijos del otro (1947)
  • El Retrato (1947)
  • La Casta Susana (1945) - a.k.a. Chaste Susan (International: English title)
  • La Importancia de ser ladrón (1944)
  • La Calle Corrientes (1943) - a.k.a. Locura del tango, La (Argentina)
  • Una Novia en apuros (1942) - a.k.a. A Bride in Trouble (International: English title)
  • Hay que casar an Ernesto (1941) - a.k.a. Ernest Must Be Married (International: English title)
  • La Hora de las sorpresas (1941) - a.k.a. Surprise Hour (International: English title)
  • Educating Niní (1940)
  • La Luz de un fósforo (1940)
  • El Susto que Perez se llevo (1940) - a.k.a. Lo que Perez se llevo (Argentina) - Pobre diablo, Un (Argentina)
  • Campeón por una mujer (1939)
  • The Intruder (1939)
  • Mi suegra es una fiera (1939)
  • El Sobretodo de Céspedes (1939)
  • El Hombre que nació dos veces (1938)
  • Adiós Buenos Aires (1938)
  • Cadetes de San Martín (1937) - a.k.a. Cadets of St. Martin (USA)
  • Compañeros (1936)
  • Canillita (1936)
  • El Conventillo de la paloma (1936)
  • Goal (1936)
  • El Alma de bandoneón (1935) - a.k.a. The Soul of the Accordion (USA)
  • Noches de Buenos Aires (1935) - a.k.a. Buenos Aires Nights (USA)
  • Picaflor (1935)
  • Mañana es domingo (1934) .... Gerente
  • Riachuelo (1934) - a.k.a. Brook (International: English title: literal title) (USA)
  • Dancing (1933)

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