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Tulio Demicheli

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Years active  1944-1992
Name  Tulio Demicheli
Role  Film director

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Born  August 15, 1914 (1914-08-15) Buenos Aires, Argentina
Occupation  Film director, Screenwriter
Died  May 25, 1992, Madrid, Spain
Nominations  Ariel Award for Best Adapted Screenplay, Ariel Award for Best Direction
Movies  Ricco the Mean Machine, The Man Who Came from Ummo, The Son of Captain Blood, A Girl Against Napoleon, The Two Faces of Fear
Similar People  Hugo Fregonese, Arturo de Cordova, Eduardo Fajardo, Fernando Sancho, Silvia Pinal

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Tulio Demicheli (born August 15, 1914, Buenos Aires, Argentina - d. May 25, 1992, Madrid, Spain) was an Argentine film director, screenwriter and film producer of the classic era.


Born as Armando Bartolomé Demichelli in 1914, Demicheli initially began as a screenwriter in 1944 but by 1950 with his directorial debut in Arrabalera in 1950 he began to simultaneously direct and write for his films. He directed and wrote for some 60 films between 1944 and 1987. Overall he is best known for his work in tango film production and worked with popular actors of the period such as Tita Merello, Santiago Gómez Cou and Tito Alonso.

He died on May 25, 1992 from cancer, aged 77.

As producer

  • Nuestro agente en Casablanca (1966)
  • Misión Lisboa (1965)
  • La primera aventura (1965)
  • El señor de La Salle (1964)
  • As editor

  • Apenas un delincuente (1949)
  • As assistant director

  • Celos (1946)
  • References

    Tulio Demicheli Wikipedia

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