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Don Segundo Sombra (film)

Don Segundo Sombra
File:Don Segundo Sombra.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Manuel Antín
Produced by Manuel Antín
Written by Manuel Antín
Ricardo Güiraldes
Starring Héctor Alterio
Cinematography Miguel Rodríguez
Editing by Antonio Ripoll
Release date(s) 14 August 1969
Running time 105 minutes
Country Argentina
Language Spanish

Don Segundo Sombra is a 1969 Argentine drama film directed by Manuel Antín, based on the novel of the same name. It was entered into the 1970 Cannes Film Festival.[1]

Cast

  • Héctor Alterio - Gaucho in Black
  • Alejandra Boero - Quack Woman
  • Juan Carvalledo - Fabio as Young Man
  • Lito Cruz
  • Luis Manuel de la Cuesta
  • Juan Carlos Galván
  • Juan Carlos Gené - Don Sixto
  • Adolfo Guiraldes - Don Segundo Sombra
  • Jorge Hacker
  • Luis Medina Castro
  • Soledad Silveyra - Aurora
  • Fernando Vegal

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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