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List of Spanish films of the 1930s

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A list of notable films produced in the cinema of Spain, ordered by year of release in the 1930s. For an alphabetical list of articles on Spanish films, see Category:Spanish films.

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Title Director Cast Genre Notes
La aldea maldita Florián Rey Pedro Larrañaga, Carmen Viance Drama Silent film
Prim (film) José Busch Historical drama About General Prim
Mamá Benito Perojo Comedy Made in Hollywood in Spanish language for Fox Film Corporation
Fermín Galán Fernando Roldán Historical drama
Isabel de Solís, reina de Granada José Busch Historical drama
Las Hurdes: Tierra Sin Pan Luis Buñuel Documentary Banned documentary
La hermana san Sulpicio Florián Rey Imperio Argentina
Es mi hombre Benito Perojo
La verbena de la paloma Benito Perojo zarzuela
El novio de mamá
Angelina o el honor de un brigadier Louis King Comedy Made in Hollywood in Spanish language for Fox Film Corporation
'Bound for Cairo Benito Perojo Miguel Ligero, María del Carmen Merino Comedy
La hija de Juan Simón José Luis Sáenz de Heredia Angelillo, Pilar Muñoz and Manuel Arbó Musical
Nobleza baturra Florián Rey Imperio Argentina, Juan de Orduña Greatest success in the 1930s in Spain
Paloma Fair Benito Perojo Miguel Ligero, Roberto Rey Musical
Carne de fieras Armand Guerra Pablo Álvarez Rubio, Marlène Grey, Georges Marck, Tina de Jarque, Alfredo Corcuera, Armand Guerra Made by anarchists
Morena Clara Florián Rey Imperio Argentina Huge success
España Jean-Paul Le Chanois Documentary Produced by Luis Buñuel
Aurora de esperanza Antonio Sau Drama Made by anarchists in Barcelona
Barrios bajos Pedro Puche Drama Made by anarchists in Barcelona
Carmen la de Triana Florián Rey Imperio Argentina Shot in Nazi studios UFA in Berlin. It was shot in both Spanish and German languages. Fernando Trueba made La niña de tus ojos in 1998 based on this film experience shooting in Berlin. Imperio Argentina tried to sue him.
Nuestro culpable Fernando Mignoni Musical comedy Made by the anarchists in Madrid
El barbero de Sevilla Benito Perojo It was shot in the Nazi studios UFA in Berlin
Suspiros de España Benito Perojo Shot in Nazi studios UFA in Berlin
Mariquilla Terremoto Benito Perojo Shot in Nazi studios UFA in Berlin
La canción de Aixa Florián Rey Imperio Argentina Shot in Nazi studios UFA in Berlin
Frente de Madrid Edgar Neville Spanish Civil War Shot in Benito Mussolini's studios Cinecittà in Rome
Los hijos de la noche Benito Perojo Comedy Shot in Benito Mussolini's studios Cinecittà in Rome
L'espoir, Sierra de Teruel André Malraux Spanish Civil War Banned in France until 1945. Banned in Spain until 1977. Based on Malraux's own book L'espoir

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