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Lucas Demare

 

Lucas Demare

Lucas Demare (July 14, 1910 - September 6, 1981) was an Argentine film director, screenwriter and film producer prominent in the Cinema of Argentina in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.

He wrote and directed films such as El cura gaucho (1941), La guerra gaucha (1942) La calle grita (1948), Mi noche triste (1951), Zafra (1958) and La Boda (1964). His last film as a director was Hombres de mar in 1977.

In 1964 he was a member of the jury at the 14th Berlin International Film Festival.[1]

He died of a heart attack at seventy-one in 1981.

Filmography as director

  • Hombres de mar (1977)
  • Solamente ella (1975)
  • Madre María, La (1974)
  • Pájaro loco (1971)
  • Humo de Marihuana (1968)
  • Rutas para la Mesopotamia (1968)
  • Cigarra está que arde, La (1967)
  • Sentencia para un traidor (1967)
  • Guerrilleros, Los (1965)
  • La Boda (1964)
  • Italia di notte n. 1 (1964)
  • Hijo de Hombre (1961)
  • Plaza Huincul (Pozo Uno) (1960)
  • Mi esqueleto (1959)
  • Detrás de un largo muro (1958)
  • Zafra (1958)
  • El Último perro (1956)
  • Sangre y acero (1956)
  • Después del silencio (1956)
  • Mercado de abasto (1955)
  • Guacho (1954)
  • Seductor de Granada, El (1953)
  • Un Guapo del 900 (1952)
  • Payaso (1952)
  • Los Isleros (1951)
  • Mi noche triste (1951)
  • Culpa la tuvo el otro, La (1950)
  • La Calle grita (1948)
  • Como tú lo soñaste (1947)
  • Nunca te diré adiós (1947)
  • Pampa bárbara (1945)
  • Su mejor alumno (1944)
  • La Guerra gaucha (1942)
  • Viejo Hucha, El (1942)
  • El Cura gaucho (1941)
  • Chingolo (1940)
  • El Hijo del barrio (1940)
  • Corazón de turco (1940)
  • 24 horas en libertad (1939)
  • Dos amigos y un amor (1938)

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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