| Carlos Borcosque|
| Carlos Borcosque Jr.|
| September 5, 1965, Buenos Aires, Argentina|
My Country's Wings, Pobres habra siempre, Cuando en el cielo pasen lista, Flecha de oro, Las Aventuras de Jack
Luis Vicentini, Juan Carlos Barbieri, Narciso Ibanez Menta, Homero Carpena, Leopoldo Torre Nilsson
Carlos F. Borcosque Wikipedia
Carlos Francisco Borcosque Sánchez (9 September 1894 in Valparaíso, Chile – 5 September 1965 in Buenos Aires) was a Chilean film director and screenwriter involved in the production of the Cinema of Argentina.
He established Estudios Cinematográficos Borcosque in Santiago in 1922 and directed several Chilean silent movies before he moved to Hollywood in 1926 where he worked as a consultant on Latin-based movies, and had a spell working for Paramount Pictures. Between 1922 and his death in 1965 Borcosque was responsible for directing and screenwriting mostly simultaneously some 45 different feature films including the 1951 film El alma de los niños.