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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lola Gaos
Born
Dolores Gaos González-Pola

(1921-12-02)December 2, 1921
Valencia, Spain
DiedJuly 4, 1993(1993-07-04) (aged 71)
Madrid, Spain

Dolores Gaos González-Pola (2 December 1921, in Valencia – 4 July 1993, in Madrid), better known as Lola Gaos, was a Spanish film, television and theatre actress.

Famous with her works with Luis Buñuel but specially the film Furtivos where she played the dominant mother.

Selected filmography

  • El sotano (1949)
  • Esa pareja feliz (1953) - Reina en Rodaje
  • El candelabro (1956, Short)
  • Susana y yo (1957) - Estudiante #2
  • Un marido de ida y vuelta (1957) - Lola
  • Moloka (1959) - (uncredited)
  • Un ángel tuvo la culpa (1959) - Chantajista
  • Alma aragonesa (1961) - Antonia
  • Viridiana (1961) - Enedina
  • Prohibido enamorarse (1961) - Justina
  • Tres de la Cruz Roja (1961) - Madre de Tere
  • Los pedigüeños (1961)
  • Salto mortal (1962)
  • Atraco a las tres (1962) - Hermana de Fernando Galindo (uncredited)
  • Las cuatro verdades (1962)
  • Rogelia (1962) - Mendiga
  • Millonario por un día (1963) - Carmen
  • El Verdugo (1963) - Mujer visitante de la obra nº 3
  • Benigno, hermano mío (1963)
  • A este lado del muro (1963, Short)
  • Confidencias de un marido (1963)
  • Se vive una vez (1963)
  • Tiempo de amor (1964) - Gitana
  • La Tía Tula (1964) - (uncredited)
  • Los dinamiteros (1964) - María
  • Anabel (1964, Short)
  • El diablo también llora (1965)
  • El arte de vivir (1965) - Madre de Luis
  • El sonido de la muerte (1966) - Calliope
  • La busca (1966) - Petra
  • El precio de un hombre (1966) - Ruth Harmon
  • Tres perros locos, locos, locos (1966)
  • Residencia para espías (1966) - Omar's Wife
  • A la memoria del autor (1966, Short) - (voice)
  • Los chicos con las chicas (1967) - Doña Arsenia
  • Madame Arthur (1967, Short)
  • Tristana (1970) - Saturna
  • Growing Leg, Diminishing Skirt (1970) - Doña Úrsula
  • Préstame quince días (1971) - Flora
  • Nicholas e Alexandra (1971)
  • My Dear Killer (1972) - Adele Rudigiani
  • Mi querida señorita (1972) - Tía Chus
  • Marianela (1972) - La Señana
  • Pancho Villa (1972) - Old Woman
  • The Guerrilla (1973) - Aldeana
  • Ceremonia sangrienta (1973) - Carmilla
  • Sex o no sex (1974) - Tía de Angélica
  • Furtivos (1975) - Martina
  • De profesión: polígamo (1975) - Madre de María
  • El poder del deseo (1975) - Madre de Javier
  • Caperucita y roja (1977) - Farmacéutica
  • Dios bendiga cada rincón de esta casa (1977) - Sagrario
  • Sonámbulos (1978) - Fátima
  • La isla de las cabezas (1978)
  • Elisita (1980) - Dona Elisa
  • Tu estas loco, Briones (1980) - Sor Piedad
  • Trágala, perro (1981) - Madre Superiora
  • El lago de las vírgenes (1982) - The virgins' mother
  • Latidos de pánico (1983) - Mabile
  • El Balcón abierto (1984) - La Poncia
  • Caso cerrado (1984) - Funcionaria Prisión
  • Hierro dulce (1985)
  • La noche de la ira (1986) - Enriqueta
  • Gran sol (1989) - (final film role)

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