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José Ángel Espinoza

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Ferrusquilla
Ferrusquilla.jpeg
Born
José Ángel Espinoza Aragón

(1919-10-02)October 2, 1919
DiedNovember 6, 2015(2015-11-06) (aged 96)
OccupationSinger-songwriter and film actor
Children
RelativesMartha Ofelia Galindo

José Ángel Espinoza Aragón (October 2, 1919 – November 6, 2015), also known as Ferrusquilla, was a Mexican singer-songwriter and film actor.[1] He was the father of actress Angélica Aragón.[2] There is a statue of him along Olas Altas Promenade in Mazatlán, Mexico.[3] He also was a composer affiliated to the SACM (Society of Authors and Composers of Mexico).[4]

Selected filmography

  • ¡Ya tengo a mi hijo! (1946) – Gitano (uncredited)
  • A media luz (1947)
  • The Private Affairs of Bel Ami (1947) – Vendedor de paraguas (uncredited)
  • El casado casa quiere (1948) – José Conejo
  • Hijos de la mala vida (1949)
  • Midnight (1949) – Profesor Florentino Mendizábal
  • The Perez Family (1949) – Narrator
  • Carta Brava (1949) – Gilberto
  • Las puertas del presidio (1949) – Zeferino Martínez 'El Ciengramos'
  • La liga de las muchachas (1950) – Mario
  • Mariachis (1950)
  • Quinto patio (1950) – Javier
  • Pata de palo (1950) – Ferruco
  • La tienda de la esquina (1951) – Cristóbal
  • La hija de la otra (1951) – Picot
  • Retorno al quinto patio (1951) – Javier
  • Mátenme porque me muero (1951) – Narrator
  • Por el mismo camino (1953) – Fritas
  • The Strange Passenger (1953) – Lucas Soriano
  • Reportaje (1953) – Young doctor from Yucatán
  • The Rapture (1954) – Don Cándido
  • Madame X (1955) – Ruperto Sánchez (Sanchitos)
  • Amor de lejos (1955) – El enchufe
  • Fury in Paradise (1955)
  • The Littlest Outlaw (1955) – Señor Garcia
  • Massacre (1956) – Vincent
  • Comanche (1956) – Scalphunter (uncredited)
  • Bandido (1956) – Driver
  • Mi influyente mujer (1957)
  • Tres desgraciados con suerte (1958)
  • Aquí está Heraclio Bernal (1958) – Vicente Bernal
  • El rayo de Sinaloa (La venganza de Heraclio Bernal) (1958) – Vicente Bernal
  • Sierra Baron (1958) – Felipe
  • La rebelión de la sierra (1958) – Vicente Bernal
  • Qué noche aquella (1959)
  • Pa' qué me sirve la vida (1961)
  • Dos Alegres Gavilanes (1963) – Tito
  • Qué bonito es querer (1963)
  • El hombre de papel (1963) – Torcuato
  • El amor llegó a Jalisco (1963)
  • El norteño (1963)
  • Dos alegres gavilanes (1963) – Titote
  • Vuelve el Norteño (1964) – Chimino
  • Dos inocentes mujeriegos (1964)
  • Los hermanos Barragán (1964) – Figaro
  • Cuatro balazos (1964) – Borracho
  • La sombra del mano negra (1964)
  • La nueva Cenicienta (1964)
  • El niño y el muro (1965) – Hombre que escapa del muro
  • Las tapatías nunca pierden (1965) – Casio
  • El dengue del amor (1965)
  • Viva Maria! (1965) – The Dictator of San Miguel
  • El tragabalas (1966) – Viejo preso
  • Gigantes planetarios (1966) – Rey Taquito
  • El planeta de las mujeres invasoras (1966) – Taquito
  • Los jinetes de la bruja (En el viejo Guanajuato) (1966) – Don Manuelito
  • Rage (1966)
  • La guerrillera de Villa (1967)
  • The Bandits (1967)
  • El centauro Pancho Villa (1967) – Miguelito
  • Guns for San Sebastian (1968) – Luis
  • House of Evil (1968) – Dr. Emery Horvath
  • The Candy Man (1969) – The Vagabond
  • Faltas a la moral (1970) – Filarmonico
  • Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970) – French Officer
  • Chisum (1970) – Governor's Aide (uncredited)
  • El hermano Capulina (1970) – Carlos Gutiérrez
  • The Bridge in the Jungle (1970) – Garcia
  • El tunco Maclovio (1970) – The Gunfighter
  • Rio Lobo (1970) – (uncredited)
  • Big Jake (1971) – Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
  • Chico Ramos (1971)
  • Something Big (1971) – Emilio Estevez
  • Los Beverly de Peralvillo (1971) – El Padrino, abogado
  • The Doubt (1972) – Don Pío
  • Pobre, pero honrada (1973) – Chimino
  • El extraño caso de Rachel K (1973)
  • En busca de un muro (1974) – Dr. Atl
  • El desconocido (1974) – Sanchito
  • Mary, Mary, Bloody Mary (1975)
  • El padrino... es mi compadre (1975)
  • El alegre divorciado (1976) – Gonzalitos
  • Cuartelazo (1977) – Manuel Gutiérrez Zamora
  • Mariachi – Fiesta de sangre (1977) – Don Nico
  • Ratero (1979) – Profe
  • El Bronco (1982) – Manager
  • To Kill a Stranger (1984) – Gas attendant
  • Guantanamera (1995) – Justo
  • Sabor latino (1996) – Comisario René
  • Mambí (1998) – Parroquiano (final film role)

Selected songs

  • "Échame a mi la culpa"
  • "La ley del monte"
  • "El tiempo que te quede libre"
  • "Cariño nuevo"
  • "Silencio Corazón"
  • "Sufriendo a solas"

References

  1. ^ "Muere el compositor y actor José Ángel Espinoza 'Ferrusquilla'" (in Spanish). Excélsior Televisión. November 7, 2015. Retrieved November 9, 2015.
  2. ^ Biographical Dictionary "E", retrieved November 4, 2010.
  3. ^ "Daily Photos & Frugal Travel Tips » Blog Archive » Jose Angel Espinoza Aragon Statue, Mazatlan, Mexico". Retrieved January 18, 2017.
  4. ^ Biography José Ángel Espinoza Aragón

External links

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