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Tito Davison

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Years active  1930–1982
Children  Ricardo Alfredo Davison
Spouse  June Marlowe (m. ?–1946)
Role  Film director
Name  Tito Davison

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Born  14 November 1912 (1912-11-14) Chillan, Biobio, Chile
Occupation  Film director, screenwriter
Died  March 21, 1985, Mexico City, Mexico
Awards  Ariel Award for Best Adapted Screenplay, Ariel Award for Best Direction
Movies  May God Forgive Me, The Devil Is a Woman, The Big Cube, Corazon salvaje, Mujeres sin manana
Similar People  Roberto Gavaldon, Arturo de Cordova, Jose Baviera, Julian Soler, Marga Lopez

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Tito Davison (14 November 1912 – 21 March 1985) was a Chilean-born Mexican film director and screenwriter. He directed 60 films between 1937 and 1982.

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Selected filmography

  • Thus is Life (1930)
  • Shadows of Glory (1930)
  • Murió el sargento Laprida (1937)
  • Educating Niní (1940)
  • He Who Died of Love (1945)
  • ¡Ay qué rechula es Puebla! (1946)
  • Ramona (1946)
  • The Golden Boat (1947)
  • The Private Life of Mark Antony and Cleopatra (1947)
  • Midnight (1949)
  • The Devil Is a Woman (1950)
  • Women Without Tomorrow (1951)
  • When I Leave (1954)
  • La Dulce Enemiga (1957)
  • The White Sister (1960)
  • Love in the Shadows (1960)
  • Corazón salvaje (1968)
  • The Big Cube (1969)
  • References

    Tito Davison Wikipedia


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