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José Jaspe
Jose Jaspe in The Relentless Four (1965).jpg
Jose Jaspe in The Relentless Four (1965)
Born
José Jaspe Rivas

(1906-08-10)10 August 1906
Died5 June 1974(1974-06-05) (aged 67)
OccupationActor
Years active1941-1974

José Jaspe (1906–1974) was a Spanish film actor.[1]

He played Konev the conductor in Horror Express (1972),[2] Ahmed in House of 1,000 Dolls (1967),[3] Henneker in The Man Called Noon (1973),[4] the traitor in The Centurion (1961),[5] Sabrath in The Golden Arrow (1962),[6] Spanish POW in Submarine Attack (1954),[6] José in Black Jack (1950),[7] and Enrique in El pobre rico (1942), by Ignacio F. Iquino.[8] He appeared in the Spaghetti Western film Jesse James' Kid (1965), starring Mercedes Alonso, Roberto Camardiel and Luis Induni.[9]

Selected filmography

References

  1. ^ Cowie & Elley p.490
  2. ^ Ambrogio, Anthony (24 April 2019). Peter Cushing (Midnight Marquee Actors Series). BearManor Media. p. 329. ISBN 9781386839804.
  3. ^ Aros 1977, p. 212.
  4. ^ Aros 1977, p. 285.
  5. ^ Dimmitt 1967, p. 160.
  6. ^ a b Dimmitt 1967, p. 377.
  7. ^ Reid, John Howard (2009). Film Noir, Detective and Mystery Movies on DVD: A Guide to the Best in Suspense. Lulu.com. p. 28. ISBN 9781435730106.
  8. ^ Comas, Àngel (1 January 2003). Ignacio F. Iquino, Hombre de Cine. Laertes editorial, S.A. p. 166. ISBN 9788475844848.
  9. ^ Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 17–18. Historical Society of Montana. 1967. p. 95.

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