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Chano Urueta

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Chano Urueta
Born
Santiago Eduardo Urueta Sierra

(1904-02-24)February 24, 1904
DiedMarch 23, 1979(1979-03-23) (aged 75)
Mexico City, Mexico
OccupationFilm director, screenwriter, film producer, actor
Years active1928–1974

Santiago Eduardo Urueta Sierra (February 24, 1904 – March 23, 1979), more commonly known as Chano Urueta, was a Mexican film director, producer, screenwriter, and actor.

Filmography

Director

Actor

  • 1939: Una luz en mi camino
  • 1967: Chanoc - Tsekub Baloyán
  • 1968: Guns for San Sebastian - Miguel
  • 1969: Todo por nada - Nicolás
  • 1969: The Wild Bunch - Don Jose
  • 1969: Super Colt 38
  • 1969: La puerta y la mujer del carnicero - Cura (segment "La mujer del carnicero")
  • 1970: El capitán Mantarraya - El Hippie
  • 1970: Dos esposas en mi cama
  • 1970: El pueblo del terror - Álvaro
  • 1970: El hermano Capulina - Padre Anselmo
  • 1970: Emiliano Zapata
  • 1971: The Bridge in the Jungle - Funeral Singer
  • 1971: Furias bajo el cielo
  • 1971: Los dos hermanos - Rulfo
  • 1971: El Hacedor de Miedo - Old Priest
  • 1972: Kalimán, el hombre increíble
  • 1972: The Wrath of God - Antonio
  • 1974: Las viboras cambian de piel - Fray Jose
  • 1974: Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia - Manchot, the bartender
  • 1974: Once Upon a Scoundrel
  • 1974: La Choca - Don Pomposo (final film role)


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