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Rogelio A. González

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Rogelio A. González
Born(1920-01-27)27 January 1920
Died22 May 1984(1984-05-22) (aged 64)
OccupationFilm director
Screenwriter
Actor
Years active1945-1983

Rogelio A. González (January 27, 1920 – May 22, 1984) was a Mexican film director, screenwriter, and actor.[1] González directed 70 films, was nominated for a Silver Ariel four times, and was also nominated for a Golden Ariel for La culta dama (1957). His film Hambre nuestra de cada día was entered into the 1st Moscow International Film Festival.[2]

Selected filmography

As director

  • 1961: La diligencia de la muerte
  • 1961: Paloma brava
  • 1965: Río Hondo
  • 1966: Alias el Rata
  • 1966: La Valentina
  • 1967: Adios cuñado!
  • 1967: Alma Grande en el desierto
  • 1967: Chanoc
  • 1967: La mujer de a seis litros
  • 1968: Dr. Satán y la magia negra
  • 1968: La noche del halcón
  • 1969: Al fin a solas
  • 1969: Flor marchita
  • 1970: El club de los suicidas
  • 1970: La agonía de ser madre
  • 1970: ¿Por qué nací mujer?
  • 1971: La Güera Xóchitl
  • 1971: La sangre enemiga
  • 1971: Papa en onda
  • 1971: Rosario
  • 1972: La inocente
  • 1972: Las vírgenes locas
  • 1972: One Minute Before Death
  • 1972: Por eso
  • 1973: Vidita negra
  • 1974: La recogida
  • 1976: El hombre desnudo
  • 1976: La india
  • 1977: Sor tequila
  • 1978: Los japoneses no esperan
  • 1979: El tahúr
  • 1981: D.F./Distrito Federal
  • 1981: El gran perro muerto
  • 1981: El sexo sentido
  • 1983: México 2000

References

  1. ^ [1] (in Spanish) Cine Mexicano - Escritores, GONZÁLEZ, Rogelio A.
  2. ^ "1st Moscow International Film Festival (1959)". MIFF. Archived from the original on 2013-01-16. Retrieved 2012-10-28.

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