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Film director

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Daniel Tinayre

Film director

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14 September 1910 (
Vertheuil, France

October 24, 1994, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Mirtha Legrand (m. 1946–1994)

Marcela Tinayre, Daniel Tinayre

Margueritte Bernet, Andre Tinayre

La patota, La Mary, Paulina, Deshonra, The Dragonfly

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Daniel Tinayre (14 September 1910 – 24 October 1994) was a French-born Argentine film director, screenwriter and film producer.


Daniel Tinayre Con una muestra sobre quotLa Maryquot el Museo del Cine se sum

Moving to Buenos Aires at a young age, Tinayre directed some 23 films between 1934 and 1974, directing films such as the 1947 thriller A sangre fría (In Cold Blood) which starred actors such as Amelia Bence and Tito Alonso. He was also an acclaimed screenwriter and producer simultaneously contributing in these areas to the films he directed in Argentine cinema.

In 1949 he directed Dance of Fire, which was later entered into the 1951 Cannes Film Festival. His 1960 film La patota was entered into the 11th Berlin International Film Festival. His 1963 film The Dragonfly Is Not an Insect was entered into the 3rd Moscow International Film Festival.

In 1969 he directed Kuma Ching; his last film was to be La Mary (1974), starring then-couple Susana Giménez and boxer Carlos Monzón.

He died in 1994, He is survived by his daughter Marcela Tinayre and widow, the well-known actress and television host Mirtha Legrand.

Ensayo de la obra Understudy para Dolly - Dirección de Daniel Tinayre - DiFilm (1966)

Selected filmography

  • Road of Hell (1946)
  • Passport to Rio (1948)
  • References

    Daniel Tinayre Wikipedia

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