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Years active  1941-1989
Name  Gregorio Walerstein

Role  Film producer
Children  Mauricio Walerstein
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Full Name  Gregorio Walerstein Weinstock
Born  22 February 1913 (1913-02-22) Mexico City, Mexico
Occupation  Film producer, screenwriter
Died  January 24, 2002, Mexico City, Mexico
Awards  Ariel Award - Golden Ariel, Ariel Award Salvador Toscano Medal
Movies  Ash Wednesday, The Devil Is a Woman, First I am Mexican, Maclovia, Un rincon cerca del cielo
Similar People  Mauricio Walerstein, Julian Soler, Jose Maria Fernandez Unsain, Tito Davison, Rene Cardona

Gregorio Walerstein Weinstock (22 February 1913 – 24 January 2002) was a Mexican film producer and screenwriter of Jewish descent. He produced 193 films between 1941 and 1989. His productions include Ash Wednesday (1958), which was entered into the 8th Berlin International Film Festival, and La Valentina (1966), his last collaboration with actress María Félix. He also discovered actresses Flor Silvestre, Ofelia Montesco, and Hilda Aguirre.

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