| Luis Funes|
| Honorary Cesar|
| January 27, 1983, Nantes, France|
Jeanne Augustine Barthelemy (m. 1943–1983), Germaine Louise Elodie Carroyer (m. 1936–1942)
Olivier de Funes, Patrick Charles de Funes de Galarza, Daniel Charles Louis de Funes de Galarza
La Grande Vadrouille, The Troops of St Tropez, The Mad Adventures of Rabbi, The Sucker, Fantomas
Bourvil, Olivier de Funes, Michel Galabru, Claude Gensac, Gerard Oury
Luis Funes (1882–1970) was an Argentine politician and a member of the Democratic Party of Córdoba, who took over as interim governor of Córdoba in 1936.
Luis Funes was born in the Argentine city of Bell-Ville, Cordoba in 1882. He was born in an aristocratic and traditional family of Cordoba.
He worked in the "Banco Hipotecario" and in the Province´s Legislature. In 1936 was governor of Cordoba for some time. In 1936 was succeeded by Amadeo Sabattini.
He married twice.
Luis Funes Wikipedia