Julio Coll Claramunt

Julio Coll i Claramunt (Barcelona, April 7, 1919 – Madrid, January 17, 1993), was director, screenwriter and film producer, Director of television, writer, journalist and critic musical and theatrical.

Filmography

Director

* It’s never too late (Barcelona, 1955)

* The glass prison (Barcelona, 1956)

* Fifth district (Barcelona, 1957)

* A glass of whisky (Barcelona, 1958-1959)

* Gold suit (1959)

* Ravens 1960-1961 (Barcelona)

* The fourth window 1961 (Barcelona)

* Rehearsal for death Madrid (1962)

* The dead does not forgive (Madrid, 1962-1963)

* Fire / Pyro . The Thing Without a Face (Madrid, 1963)

* Jandro (Madrid, 1964)

* Assassins command / death weekend (Madrid / Lisboa / Cologne, 1965-1966)

* Widows – the anniversary (1966)

* Persecution to Valencia (Madrid / Rome, 1967-1968)

* On the eve of the Olympic Games: 68 Mexico 1968-1970 (Madrid)

* The best in the world (Madrid / Mexico, 1968-1969)

* The Araucana (Madrid / Italy / Chile, 1971)

Producer

* Fifth district, address Julio Coll (born 1957)    * Ravens address Julio Coll (Barcelona, 1960-1961)

* The fourth window, address Julio Coll (born 1961)

* The dead not forgive, direction Julio Coll (Madrid, 1962-1963)

Screenwriter

* The gray Angel (Barcelona, 1946-1947)

* Night without sky (Barcelona, 1947)

* The drum of the Bruch (Barcelona, 1948)

* In a corner of Spain (Barcelona, 1948)

* Pact of silence (Barcelona, 1948-1949)

* Canilandia – short film (born 1949)

* He woke up his heart (Barcelona, 1949)

* A single hard (Barcelona, 1949-1950)

* On feet – short film (born 1949)

* See Seville in ten minutes – short film (Barcelona, 1950)

* P.o. box 1001 (Barcelona, 1950)

* Barcelona és bona…. -short film (Barcelona, 1951)

* Face to the sea (Barcelona, 1950-1951)

* Doubt (Barcelona, 1951)

* The Outlander (Barcelona, 1951)

* Prohibited to market (Barcelona, 1952)

* Passions duel Madrid (1954)

* The flight (Barcelona, 1955)

* It’s never too late (Barcelona, 1955)    * The glass prison (Barcelona, 1956)

* Late for bulls 1955-1956 (Madrid)

* Passion in the Sun (Barcelona, 1956)

* The luminous wound / ferida lluminosa (Barcelona, 1956)

* Fifth district (Barcelona, 1957)

* Rhapsody in blood (Madrid / Barcelona, 1957)

* The wall (Barcelona, 1958)

* A glass of whisky (Barcelona, 1958-1959)

* Gold suit (1959)

* It’s always Sunday (Madrid, 1961)

* Ravens 1960-1961 (Barcelona)

* The fourth window 1961 (Barcelona)

* The dead does not forgive (Madrid, 1962-1963)

* Pact of silence (Madrid, 1963)

* Jandro (Madrid, 1964)

* Baturra nobility (Madrid, 1965)

* Command of assassins (Madrid / Lisboa / Cologne, 1965-1966)

* Persecution to Valencia (Madrid / Rome, 1967-1968)

* On the eve of the Olympic Games: 68 Mexico 1968-1970 (Madrid)

* The best in the world (Madrid / Mexico, 1968-1969)

* The Araucana (Madrid / Italy / Chile, 1971)

Television

* Cinderella 401 – space “telenovela”, TVE (1965)

* Judicial inquiry – space “telenovela”, TVE (1965)

* The Columbus family – TVE (1966-1967)

* José iturbi – space “biografía”, TVE (1967)

* Research underway – TVE (1970)

* Chronicles of a people – TVE (1971-1974)

Writer

Novels

* Seven cells – Ed. youth, 1946 (Barcelona). Collection times and climes.

* The Cyborg columns – Ed. Plaza & Janés, 1972 (Esplugues de Llobregat). Rotary collection.

* Variations on jazz – 1971 Ed. Guadarrama (Madrid). Collection point Omega, no. 113.

Contributions

* While the wound – J.B.Priestley.

Ed. Aymá, 1944 (Barcelona). First Edition in Spanish of the work, with translation of Luis Escobar.

Julio coll introduction.

* The best Tales: Anthology of prize ‘Golden piggy bank’-second volume (1970-1972).

Ed. teacher Spanish, D.L., 1973 (Madrid).

It contains account of Julio coll “Dawn with strontium 90”.

* Utopia and reality: science fiction in Spain-of Luis Nuñez Ladeveze.

Center ed., 1976 (Madrid). It contains a story by Julio coll.

* Images of jazz

Ed. Filmoteca de la Generalitat Valenciana, area music, Institut Valencià d’arts Escèniques cinematography i music, 1991 (Valencia).

Julio coll participates with the article “Music as a historic step” p.26-35.

Tabs filmography

Director

* It’s never too late – Balcazar productions film (Barcelona, 1955)

Director: Julio coll.

Argument and: Screenplay: Julio coll.

Producer: Alfonso Balcazar.

Production Manager: Jesús Castro-Blanco.

Photography: Salvador Garriga Torres, black and white.

Operator: milton stefani; Ricardo Andreu (Assistant camera).

Music: Xavier montsalvatge.

Decorations: Ramón matheu.

Editor: John Pallejà; Juan Pallejà, son (Assistant)

Assistant Director: May Velasco.

Production assistant: (arcelino) M. RIBA Abizanda.

Sound: Enrique de la Riva; orphea films, S.A. (studies).

Make-up: Antonio Turell; Amparo Primo (Assistant)

Regency: Antonio Arias.

Still photography: Francisco Peso.

Furniture and: props: (Ramon) Miró.

Secretary of filming: Pilar Matos.

Manager: Juan Torres.

Cast: Gérard tichy (George), Margarita Andrey (Isabel), Pomès Isabel (Carmen), Miguel Fleta (Antonio), Carlos Otero (Joseph), Arturo Fernández (Peter), Mario Beüt (Luis), Francisco Hidalgo (freckles), Francisco Aliot (Thomas), Miguel Viadé (priest), César Ojinaga (Miguel), Jorge Martín (Ricardo).

Duration: 75 minutes.

* The prison of glass – editions Cinematográficas Argemí (Barcelona, 1956)

Director: Julio coll.

Plot: Jorge Illa and Luis Comerón.

Screenplay: Jorge Illa Luis Comerón and Julio coll.

Producer: José Maria Argemí.

Production Manager: Alberto Garagarza.

Photography: Salvador Garriga Torres, black and white.

Operator: milton stefani; Juan Gelpí (Assistant camera).

Music: Xavier montsalvatge.

Decorations: Alfonso Lucas; Enrique Bronchalo (constructor).

Editor: Emilio Rodríguez; Anna Stefani (Assistant)

Assistant Director: Pilar Matos.

Production assistant: Antonio Arias.

Sound: Enrique de la Riva.

Make-up: Adrián Jaramillo; Carmen Menchaca (Assistant); Hipólita Lopez (hairdresser); Demaret (theatrical hairdresser).

Costume designer: Salvador Ruppert; Clotilde Gijón (Chief of satrería); Pedro Rodríguez (execution costume).

Regency: Alberto Palomo.

Still photography: Francisco Peso.

Furniture and: props: (Ramon) Miró.

Filming Secretary: José Corbalán.

Buzzer: Juan Güell.

Cast: Adolfo marsillach (Julio Togores), Josefina güell (Veronica Larios), Carlos Mendy (Araujo), Montserrat julió (Irene Alsuaga), Carlos Lloret (Irigoyen), Milagros Leal (feature), Josefina Tapias (Sara), Mario Bustos (Santos), Miguel Fleta (American businessman), Pedro Gil (doctor), Fernando Vallejo (character actor), Ricardo Garrido (gallant), Carmen Martín (young lady), Joseph Dacosta (jury guard), Jorge Martín (journalist), Francisco Aliot (critical), Gonzalo Medel, Jose Maria Caffarel, José Vidal, Francisco Melgares, Soledad Pallas, Marta Cambra, Jorge Ker, Leonor Belmonte, Salvador Montserrat, Elena Astell, Matías Molina, Henry Andreo, Salvador Garrido, José María Barcelona and María Pilar Argemí and José Maria Argemí children.

Duration: 80 minutes.

* Fifth district – I swear Films (Barcelona, 1957)

Director: Julio coll.

Plot: Based on the play “És perillós fer – be expected” (Barcelona, 1957) of Josep maria espinàs.

Screenplay: Julio coll, with the collaboration of José germán huici, Luis Comerón and Jorge Illa.

Producer: Julio coll.

General director of production: Rosa bargués Coll.

Production Manager: Jesús Castro-Blanco.

Photography: Salvador Garriga Torres, black and white.

Camera: milton stefani.

Music: Xavier montsalvatge.

Decorations: John Albert (Soler).

Editor: Emilio Rodríguez; Angeles Pruna (Assistant)

Assistant Director: Luis García (Rodriguez).

Production assistant: (arcelino) M.RIBA Abizanda.

Sound: Enrique de la Riva.

Make-up: Práxedes Martinez; Amparo Primo (Assistant)

Regency: Enrique Sau.

Still photography: Jesús teixidó.

Furniture and: props: (Ramon) Miró.

Secretary of filming: Paquita Vilanova.

Cast: Alberto closas (Juan), Arturo Fernández (Gerard), Jesus Colomer (“Bobo”), Carlos Mendy (Andreas), Linda Chacón (Tina), Montserrat Salvador (Marta), Pedro de Córdoba (Miguel), Josefina güell (Ana), Carlos Otero, José María Caffarell, Carmen Martín Antoñita barrier, Cristina Guinjoan Antoñita Castelló, Pedro Serrano, Santiago Sans, Edward Huici.

Duration: 90 minutes.

* A glass of whisky – East Films, P.E.F.S.A. (Barcelona, 1958-1959)

Director: Julio coll.

Argument, screenplay and dialogues: Julio coll and José germán huici.

Producer: Enrique Esteban.

Executive Producer: Germán Lorente.

Production Manager: Jesús Castro-Blanco.

Photography: Salvador Garriga Torres, black and white.

Operator: milton stefani; Juan Gelpí (Assistant camera).

Music: Xavier montsalvatge. Musical numbers “Rock Film”, “Thumbnails”, “Brandy or whisky?”, “Mambete”, “Andalusian Carnival” and “A glass of whisky” of José solá.

Decorations: Juan Alberto Soler; Enrique Bronchalo (constructor).

Editor: Emilio Rodríguez; Juan Ortiz Pallejà (Assistant)

Assistant Director: Luis García (Rodriguez).

Production assistant: M [arcelino].RIBA Abizanda.

Sound: George Sangenís; Spain voice (studies).

Make-up: Práxedes Martinez; Amparo Primo (Assistant)

Costume: Carmen Mir, Bassols and Wales.

Regency: José Román.

Still photography: Manuel Gausa.

Furniture and: props: (Ramon) Miró.

Secretary of filming: Paquita Vilanova.

Production assistant: Mario estartús

Cast: Rossana Podestà (Mary), Arturo Fernández (Victor Landis), Carlos Larrañaga (Carlos Aranda), Yelena Santamaría (Laura), George Rigaud (Inspector Loren), Carlos Mendi (Raul Chaco), Armando Moreno (Peter), Milo Quesada (Rafael), Maruja busts (Dora), Marta flowers, Gisia Paradís (American), Manuel Cano, María Amparo Soto, Salvador Muñoz, María Teresa Bey, John Aymerich, Maria road Delgado, Juan Torres, Antonia Castelló, José de la Osa, Lina Cuffi, José Subirana, Rosa María Flotats, Jose Cases, José solá and his Orchestra.

Duration: 88 minutes.

* Gold costume – Union film Aeolus, S.L. (1959)

Director: Julio coll.

Argument, screenplay and dialogues: Julio coll, Luis Comerón and Jorge Illa.

Producer: William Espona.

Director general of production: Gonzalo Quesada.

Head of production: Carlos Boué.

Photography: Salvador Garriga Torres, in Eastmancolor.

Second operator: Juan Gelpí; Antonio Millán (Assistant camera).

Music: Xavier montsalvatge.

Interior Designer: Juan Alberto [Soler]; [Henry] Bronchalo (decorated).

Editor: Emilio Rodríguez; Juan Pallejà (Assistant)

Assistant Director: Luis García [Rodriguez].

Production assistant: M [arcelino].RIBA Abizanda.

Sound: Enrique de la Riva.

Make-up: Práxedes Martinez; Amparo Primo (Assistant)

Costume designer: Asunción Bastida and Peris Hnos.

Regency: Manuel Rubio.

Still photography: Emilio Godés.

Props: Ramón Miró.

Secretary of filming: Paquita Vilanova.

Cast: Antonio Borrero “Chamaco” (Antonio Romero), Alberto closas (Pablo), Marisa Leza (Carmen), Marisa Prado (Elena), Pepe Nieto (gigs), Carlos Larrañaga (Quique), Gisia Paradís (Cancia), Juan Calvo (empresari), Rogelio Madrid (Miguel), Manuel Alexandre (Manolo), Marie French (mother of Antonio), María Amparo Soto (girl), Ricardo Díaz, Maruja busts.

Duration: 96 minutes.

* Ravens – I swear Films (Barcelona, 1960-1961)

Director: Julio coll.

Argument, screenplay and dialogues: Julio coll and José germán huici on an argument of Gabriel Moreno Burgos.

Producer: Julio coll.

Production Manager: Miguel Grau.

Photography: Francisco Marín, black and white.

Operator: Juan Gelpí; Toni Sala (Assistant camera).

Music: José solá.

Decorations: Juan Alberto [Soler]; Enrique Bronchalo (constructor).

Editor: Emilio Rodríguez; Juan Ortiz Pallejà (Assistant)

Assistant Director: Luis García [Rodriguez].

Production assistant: Marcelino Riba Abizanda (1); A. Díaz del Castillo (2nd).

Sound: Carlos de la Riva.

Make-up: Práxedes Martinez; Amparo Primo (Assistant)

Costume designer: Paquita Rubio.

Still photography: Jesús teixidó and Francisco weight.

Props: Ramón Miró.

Secretary of filming: Paquita Vilanova.

Production assistant: Mario estartús.

Advisors: Pedro López Moreno, Ramon Ventin and Pedro rock.

Cast: Arturo Fernández (Caesar), George [Jorge] Rigaud (Don Carlos), Ana Maria Noah (Doña Berta), Rosenda Monteros (Laura), Rafael Duran (Councillor), Milo Quesada, Santiago Rivero, Beny Deus, Jose Maria Caffarel, Vincent Soler, Francisco Morán, María Amparo Soto, Rafael Navarro, Victor Bayo, p. Rodríguez de Quevedo, Leandro Vizcaíno, Joseph Dacosta, Alice Thomas, María Julia Díaz, Ventura Oller, Julio Ortega, Salvador Muñoz, Gonzalo Medel, Peral Alejo, Manuel Melero, Marta novate, Carlos Roma, Francisco Aliot, Roberto ripple, Juan Torres, José Subirana, Joaquín Ferré, José María Armán, Ivan Tubau, Eduardo Huici, Angel Lombarte, Antonio Dólera; and the presentation of the students in the study of actors (de Fernando Espona and Julio coll): Salvador Janer, Marcos Martí, José María Martínez Irmy – Molly, hope Coll, Carmen Jiménez, Mercedes coasts.

Duration: 96 minutes.

* The fourth window – I swear Films (Barcelona, 1961)

Director: Julio coll.

Argument, screenplay and dialogues: Julio coll and José germán huici.

Producer: Julio coll.

Director general of production: Mario estartús.

Production Manager: Theodore Herrero.

Photography: Salvador Garriga Torres, black and white.

Operator: milton stefani; Antonio Millán (focus).

Music: José solá.

Decorations: Juan Alberto [Soler]; Enrique Bronchalo (constructor).

Editor: Emilio Rodríguez; Juan Pallejà [Ortiz] (Assistant)

Assistant Director: Luis García [Rodriguez].

Production assistant: Antonio Jover.

Sound: Carlos de la Riva.

Make-up: Práxedes Martinez; Amparo Primo (Assistant)

Regency: Enrique Barrés.

Costume designer: Manolita Terradas.

Still photography: Manuel Gausa.

Secretary of filming: Paquita Vilanova.

Intérpretes: Emma Penella (Dora), Elisa Montés (Luisa), Terele Pávez (Linda), Leo Anchóriz (Carlos), Ángel del Pozo (David), Luis Induni (comisario), Gloria Osuna (María), Montserrat Julió, Carlos Ibarzábal, Alejo del Peral, Carolina Jiménez, Pilar de Molina, Camino Delgado, Rafael Anglada, Pedro Gil, Emilio Sancho, Ana Morera, Juan Tornés, María Zaldívar, Roberto Hijar, Joaquín Navales, Manuel Bronchut, Joaquín Ferrer, Francisco Aguilera, Eduardo Huici, Gaspar González, Fernando Rubio, Mercedes Tomé, María Lena Blumer, Luis Aladell, Dionisio Aladell, Cristina Denis, y una danza de The Marley-Browne Dancers, y los alumnos del “Estudio de actores” (de Julio Coll y Fernando Espona): José María Blanco, Juan Sala, Carlos Ricart, José María Martínez, Juan Massagué, María Cruz Espada, Matie Caballé, Francisco Vallés, Eduardo Rueda, Brigida Cherlesio, Salvador Janer, José Vinent, José Virgili, José María Soler, Ramón Navarro.

Duration: 88 minutes.

* Rehearsal for death – As Film production, S.A.; Eco Films (Madrid, 1962)

Director: Julio coll.

Argument and: Screenplay: Pedro Mario Herrero.

Director general of production: r. Llido Vicente.

Executive Producer: José López Moreno.

Production Manager: Alejandro Ortega good.

Production Manager: Jesús García Gargoles.

Photography: Joseph d. Aguayo, black and white.

Operator: Ricardo González; Francisco Gómez count (Assistant camera).

Music: José solá.

Decorations: Gil Parrondo and l. Pérez Espinosa; Jaime Pérez Cubero (Assistant); Tomás Fernández and Juan Garcia (constructors).

Editor: José Antonio Red; Javier Moran (Assistant)

Assistant Director: Luis García Rodríguez.

Production assistant: Peter Coll.

Sound: Jaime Torrens; Juan Otero (Assistant)

Make-up: Fernando Martinez; Lolita Clavel (Assistant); Mercedes Paradela (hairdresser)

Costume designer: H. Cornejo; Ruperta Valentine (sastra).

Regency: Joaquin Palomares.

Still photography: Alejandro Dieng.

Furniture and accessories: Mateos, Moon and Menjíbar.

Filming Secretary: Elisabeth Ruiz-Capillas.

Cast: Susana (Arlette), Carlos Estrada (Jean), Roberto Camardiel (Commissioner), Ángel Picazo (Henry), José bódalo (Victor), Carlos Ballesteros (Jules), Iran Eory (Franka), Maria Luisa Ponte, José Maria Caffarel (stage director), Erasmus Pascual, María José Alfonso, Manuel Peiró, Vicente bathing, Rufino Alfonso de Córdoba, Elena Balduque, Mary Saavedra, José Martín, Charito Baeza.

Duration: 84 minutes.

* The dead cannot forgive – I swear Films (Madrid, 1962-1963)

Director: Julio coll.

Argument and: Screenplay: Julio coll and José germán huici.

Producer: Julio coll.

Director general of production: Mario estartús.

Production Manager: Jesús Castro-Blanco.

Photography: Manuel Rojas, black and white.

Operator: Francisco Friar; Salvador Gómez (Assistant camera).

Music: José solá.

Decorations: José Algueró; José María Tapiador (Assistant); Tomás Fernández (constructor).

Editor: Rosa Graceli Salgado; Javier Moran (Assistant)

Assistant Director: Luis García [Rodriguez].

Production assistant: Francisco García Garcoles.

Sound: Jaime Torrens.

Make-up: Práxedes Martinez; Amparo Primo (Assistant)

Costume designer: Isabel Rojunima; Ana Pedrola (encarregada); Cornejo (sastreria).

Regency: Enrique Bellot.

Still photography: Tomás Fernández.

Props: Mateos.

Filming Secretary: Elisabeth Ruiz-Capillas.

Cast: Javier escrivá (Javier), Luis Prendes (Pablo), May Hetherly (Marta), Francisco Morán (Gálvez), Alberto Dalbes (Professor), Antonio Molino Rojo (Inspector), Iran Eory (girl student), Antonio Casas (Luis), Maria Vico, Juan Taberner, María Dolores Díaz, Fernando Líger, Luz Romero, Antonio Padilla, Marilena Blumer, Conchita Goyanes, José Villasante, Maria Saavedra, Chris Huerta, Nina de Ti, María Dolores Losada, José Luis Lespe.

Duration: 84 minutes.

* Fire / Pyro. The Thing Without a Face-A. Sidney w. Pink – Harry Eller Production (U.S.); Esamer (Madrid) (1963)

Director: Julio coll.

Plot: Sidney w. Pink.

Screenplay: Luis the arches and Sidney w. Pink.

Producers: Richard C. meyer and Sidney w. Pink.

Production Manager: José Puyol.

Photography: Manuel Berenguer Eastmancolor.

Operator: Manuel Berenguer fill, and Clemente Manzano; Isidoro wall and Francisco Beringola (camera assistants).

Music: José solá.

Decorations: Antonio Simont.

Editor: Margarita Ochoa; María Luisa pine (Assistant)

Assistant Director: Luis García [Rodriguez] and Luis Bayonas.

Production assistant: Marcelino Riba [Abizanda] and Luis Buchs; Antonio Sau (Secretary).

Sound: Eduardo Fernández.

Make up: Carmen Martín; Marita Sánchez (hairdresser)

Costume designer: Cornejo; Petrocelli, New York (Barry Sullivan); Mitzou of Madrid (Martha Hyer).

Special effects: [Antonio] Tony Molina.

Credits: A.L. Padial.

Secretary of filming: Maribel Ruiz-Capillas.

Cast: Barry Sullivan, Martha Hyer, Sherry Moreland, Luis Prendes, Fernando Hilbeck, Soledad Miranda, Carlos Casaravilla, Francisco Morán, Marisenka, Hugo Pimentel, Pilarín Gómez, Eric Chapman, Roberto Llamas.

Duration: 99 minutes.

* Jandro – Asturias Films, S.A. (Madrid, 1964)

Director: Julio coll

Plot: Antonio Momplet on an idea of González Aller and Jesus Rubiera. Additional collaboration of Alfonso Sastre, Joaquín A.Bonet, Javier Jiménez Martín Abizanda.

Screenplay and dialogues: Rafael J.Salvia, Luis Diego, José Luis Martínez Molla and Julio coll.

Producer: Rubiera Jesús González.

Director general of production: Victor Lopez churches.

Production Manager: Miguel Grau.

Photography: John Gelpí Eastmancolor and CinemaScope.

Operator: José García Galisteo; Luis Martinez (Assistant camera).    Music: José solá. Jesús Romo (dance and folk sones); Angelines Costales (Asturian sing).

Decorations: Sigfrido Burman; Alfonso Copiño (Assistant); Asensio decoration, S.L. (constructors).

Editor: José Antonio Red; Conchita pine (Assistant)

Assistant Director: Luis García [Rodriguez]; Gael F.Milicua (direction Assistant).

Production assistant: Marcelino Riba [Abizanda].

Sound: Jesús Jiménez; Phone Spain, SA (studies)

Make-up: Ricardo Vázquez; José Luis Campos (Assistant); Adela del Pino (hairdresser).

Costume designer: Cornejo.

Regency: William Alcázar.

Special effects: Antonio Molina (image); S.Y.R.E. (sound).

Still photography: Jorge Alsina.

Furniture and accessories: Mateos.

Secretary of filming: Paquita Vilanova.

Assistant production: Jesus Tasso.

Art strokes for foto-Montaje: Alfonso Iglesias.

Cast: Arturo Fernández (Jandro), Alfredo Alcón (Peter), Maria Mahor (Laura), George Rigaud (Dumont), Angeles Hortelano (glory), Ana Maria Noah (Regina), Manuel Miranda (Manolín), Margot Cottens (Miss Bennet), Luis Induni (Sunday Ordieres) Antonio Moreno (mad), José Martín (John), Agustín González (Fernández), Carlos Miguel Solá (Carlos). Adriano Domínguez (Suarez), Antonio means, Milo Quesada, Mer houses, Francisco Vázquez, Dina Loy, Óscar Álvarez, Francisco Brava, Juan Antonio Soler, Avelino chestnut, Rafael Hernández, Valentine lathes, José Ignacio Pidal, Ricardo Lillo, Maria Antonia García, Carlos Kelly, Jose l. González Montes, Aida Castro, Juan Cortés, Luis Rivera, Pedro Rodríguez de Quevedo, Rafael Vaquero, Casimiro Álvarez, Javier English Miguel Ángel Margaret

Duration: 109 minutes.

* Command of killers – productions motion picture Hispamer Films (Madrid), productions A.V. Lisbon (Lisbon), International Germania Films (Cologne) (1965-1966)

Director: Julio coll.    Plot: Inspired by a story by Dick Haskins (A.Andrade).

Screenplay and dialogues: Joseph G [ermán]. Huici and Julio coll

Director general of production: Gerardo Mendiburu.

Technical CEO and executive producer: Sergio Newman.

Heads of production: Angel Rosson (Spain), A.C.Caldeira (Portugal).

Photography: Mario Pacheco Eastmancolor and Panorvision.

Operator: Pedro Martín; Eduardo Pérez (Assistant camera).

Music: José Luis Navarro; Rafael Ibarbia (arrangements and address).

Decorations: Tedy Villalba; J.L.de Bayonas (Assistant)

Editor: Rose Salgado; M.E.Saiz de Rozas (Assistant); A.Roces (auxiliary).

Assistant Director: David Quintans.

Production assistants: Miguel Asensio, r. Arévalo and Franz Thierry; A. Martin (auxiliary).

Sound: Exa (Madrid).

Make-up: Adolfo Ponte; J.L.del boat (Assistant); Inés González (hairdresser)

Costume designer: Roman (Madrid), Paiva, Carneiro (Lisbon); Maria Docarmo (sastra).

Regency: Fco. Yagüe.

Still photography: Antonio Ortas.

Furniture and: props: Roman (Madrid).

Filming Secretary: Isabel Campo.

Cast: Peter Van eyck, Antonio Vilar, Mikaela, Letitia Román, Cornie Collins, Klaus Jüergen, Americo Coimbra, Antonio Pica, Richard Rubinstein, Jose Cardoso, Arturo Smedo, Ricardo Valle, Francisco Braña, Mario Barros, German Grech, Juan Cortés, Carlos J.Teixeira, Issa Marinas, Carina Monti, J.Mario.

Duration: 95 minutes.

* Persecution to Valencia – Pan Latin Films (Madrid), P.E.A. Films (Rome) (1967-1968)

Director: Julio coll.

Argument and: Screenplay: Santiago Moncada, Howard Berk, Sergio Donati and Julio coll.

Executive Producer: Manuel Cano.

Production Manager: Peter Villanueva.

Photography: Oberdan Trojani Techniscope and Eastmancolor.

Operator: Peter Martyr and Vittorio Bernini; José Carrascal Cobos and Marcello Carlini (camera assistants).

Music: Marcello Gionvini.

Decorations: E [duardo]. Tower of the source; Horacio Rodriguez (Assistant); Tomás Fernández (constructor).

Editor: Alfonso Santacana; Caballero, Alicia (Assistant).

Direction Assistant: Mario Berriatúa and Alberto Michelini Richard Walker (Assistant)

Production assistants: Manuel friend Aran Averroe Stefani.

Audio-Phono Spain.

Make-up: Raoul Ranieri and Jose Ramon Ferrer; Pepita Morales (hairdresser)

Costume designer: Miguel López.

Regency: John grace.

Still photography: José Maria Manrique.

Secretary of filming: Mari light Manzanos.

Cast: tom tryon (Harry Bell), Lorenza Guerrieri (Jill), Ana Castor (Sonia), José bódalo (frames), Mirko Ellis (Max), Richard Deacon (employee), Jesus bridge (Churaki), Carlos Ballesteros (Freddy), Franco Ressel (Ariel), Emiliano Redondo (Taureg), Raf perhaps (Gus), Carlos Mendy (Andreas), Angel Jordan (Britto).

Duration: 95 minutes (Spain); 102 minutes (Italy).

* On the eve of the Olympic Games: 68 Mexico-Pan Latin Films (Madrid, 1968-1970)

Director: Julio coll.

Argument, Screenwriting, dialogues, adaptation and translation: Julio coll.

Director general of production: Manuel Cano.

Head of production: Jaime Fernandez Cid.

Photography: Mario Pacheco Eastmancolor and Techniscope.

Second operator: José Garcia Galisteo.

Music: Juan Carlos Calderón.

Editor: Soledad López Ramírez.

Assistant Director: Julián Buraya.

Audio-Phono Spain.

Cast: Josefina de Luna, Claudio Rodríguez (narrators).

Duration: 10 minutes.

* The best in the world – Pan Latin (Madrid); Constellation (Mexico) (1968-1969)

Director: Julio coll.

Argument and: indent: Osvaldo Dragún, José germán huici and Julio coll about a story idea by Julio coll.

Executive Producer: Manuel Cano.

Head of production: Jaime Fernández-Cid, A.T.C. (Spain); Luis Ramos Urquidi (Mexico).

Photography: Mario Pacheco Eastmancolor and Techniscope.

Second operator: José García Galisteo; Oscar Recuero (Assistant camera).

Music: Juan Carlos Calderón.

Decorations: Eduardo Torre font; Horacio Rodriguez (Assistant)

Paintings: Eduardo Marques.

Editor: Mª Rosa Salgado; María Elena Sáinz (Assistant); Under friction (auxiliary).

Assistant Director: Julián Buraya; Richard Demicheli (auxiliary).

Production assistant: Luis Fernando Rodríguez; Luis Ballesteros (auxiliary).

Audio-Phono Spain.

Make-up: Manolita Novoa; Manuel Novoa (Assistant)

Still photography: Julio Sánchez Knight.

Secretary of filming: Mari light Manzano.

Cast: tony isbert S. (Joseph), Karla (Mary), José bódalo (father of Joseph), José Suárez (journalist), Alfredo Mayo (Dr. MARQUEZ), Victor Reed (engineer), Jesus bridge (coach), Mario Berriatúa (coach), Manuel Toscano (Joaquin), Carlos Romero Marchent (Carlos), Agustín González (Don Sebastian), Otto Claver (Tabernacle), Roberto Llamas (painter), Manuel de Blas (engineer).

Duration: 102 minutes.

* The Araucana – umbrella Films (Madrid); M.G.B.s.r.l. (Italy); Lautaro Films S.A. (Chile) (1971)

Director: Julio coll.

Plot: Inspired by Alonso de Ercilla’s epic poem.

Screenplay: Enrique Llovet, and [nrique].Fields Menéndez and Julio coll

Executive Producer: Joseph to [ntonio]. Pérez Giner.

Head of production: J.L. Bermudez de Castro.

Photography: Mario Pacheco and Tonino Maccoppi in Technicolor and 70 mm.

Second operator: José Galisteo García and Fernando Espiga; Manuel Mateos (Assistant focus).

Music: Carlo Savina.

Decorations: E. Tower of the source; Horacio Rodriguez and Miguel Gomez (ajudants); Juan García (Spain constructor); Brothers Castellanos (constructors Chile).

Editor: Antonio Ramirez; Federico Vich (Assistant); Julián Azaño (auxiliary).

Direction assistants: Richard Walker, Luis lightweight.

Production assistant: Ramón Escribano.

2nd unit, Spain: goth Pacheco.

2nd unit, Peru and Chile: Franco Bernetti (operator); Barrios Alfredo (Assistant); Germán Becker (Coordinator Chile).

Sound: Antonio Alonso; Luis Castro (effects room); Moro and studies Exa studies.

Make-up: Adolfo Ponte Manuela García; Antonia Nieto (Assistant)

Costume designer: Cornejo; Manuel Pérez (tailor).

Regency: Juan de la Flor.

Special effects: Antonio Molina; José Gómez Soria (technical effects).

Still photography: Louis r. Ibáñez.

Furniture and: props: Vázquez Hnos.

Master of weapons: Lisardo for the Church.

Direction Secretary: Mary light Manzano.

Cast: Elsa Martinelli (Suárez Agnes), Venantino Venantini (Pedro de Valdivia), Victor Alcázar (Lautaro), Julio Peña (Quiroga), Manuel Otero (Antonio Olea), Erika (Guacolda) López, José Martín (Monseñor Lobo), Elisa Montés (La Coya), Eduardo Fajardo (Viceroy Lagasca), Beni [Beny] Deus (Marmolejo), Ricardo palaces, Alberto Dalbes (scribe), Joaquín Pamplona, Luis Rico (Secretary Balboa), Juan Pérez Berrocal (Colo-Colo), Emiliano Redondo, Roberto Cruz (merchant trial), Tomás Torres (Herald), Antonio Afonso (Piculche first), Carlos a. Matamala (means), r. López Nuño (Caopolicán).

Duration: 100 minutes.

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* The gray Angel – station Films, S.A. (Barcelona, 1946-1947)

Director: Ignacio f. Iquino.    Plot: Julio coll.    Screenplay: Julio coll, Juan lladó, Ignacio f. Iquino.

* Night without sky – radio station Films, S.A. (Barcelona, 1947)

Director: Ignacio f. Iquino.

Plot: Juan lladó.

Screenplay: Julio coll, Ignacio f. Iquino, Juan lladó and Salvador cerdán.

* The drum of the Bruch – station Films, S.A. (Barcelona, 1948)

Director: Ignacio f. Iquino.

Plot: Ignacio f. Iquino.

Screenplay: Julio coll, Ignacio f. Iquino, Juan lladó and Salvador cerdán.

* In a corner of Spain – station Films, S.A., associated with Procisa (Barcelona, 1948)

Director: Jerome Mihura.

Plot: According to a story of Cecilia A.Mantua.

Screenplay: Julio coll, Juan lladó, Manuel Tamayo and Salvador cerdán.

* Pact of silence – station Films, S.A. (Barcelona, 1948-1949)

Director: Antonio Román.

Plot: Based on an idea by Alfonso Sánchez.

Screenplay and dialogues: Manuel Tamayo and Julio coll.

* Canilandia – station Films (Barcelona 1949) short film.

Directors: Antonio isasi-isasmendi.

Plot: Antonio isasi-isasmendi.

Screenplay: Julio coll.

Cast: Julio coll (announcer).

* He woke up his heart – station Films, S.A. (Barcelona, 1949)

Director: Jerome Mihura.

Plot: Based on an idea by Alfonso Sánchez.

Screenplay and dialogues: Manuel Tamayo and Julio coll.

* A difficult single – station Films (Barcelona, 1949-1950)

Director: Manuel Tamayo.

Plot: Based on the novel of the same name by John Aguilar Catena (07/1927) and the theatrical farce (Madrid, 07 13, 1932) of J.A.Catena and Peter Valentine’s day. Screenplay: Julio coll and Manuel Tamayo.

* On feet – station Films (Barcelona 1949) short film

Director: Antonio isasi-isasmendi.

Argument and screenplay: Antonio isasi-isasmendi.

Dialogues: Julio coll.

* See Seville in ten minutes – station Films (Barcelona, 1950) short film.

Directors: Manuel Tamayo and Antonio isasi-isasmendi.

Argument and screenplay: Julio coll.

* PO box 1001 – station Films, S.A. (Barcelona, 1950)

Director: Julio Salvador.

Plot: Julio coll, Antonio isasi-isasmendi.

Screenplay: Julio coll, Antonio isasi-isasmendi; Manuel Tamayo (adaptation).

* Barcelona és bona…. -Issuing Films (Barcelona, 1951) short film.

Directors: Antonio isasi-isasmendi.

Argument and screenplay: Julio coll.

Cast: Julio coll (announcer).

* Sea face – Titan Films (Barcelona, 1950-1951)

Director: Carlos Serrano de osma.

Plot: Antonio bofarull.

Screenplay: Julio Huiman (pseudonym of Julio coll and José germán huici) and Antonio Ferrer; José Antonio Pérez Torreblanca (dialogues).

* Doubt – station Films (Barcelona, 1951)

Director: Julio Salvador.

Plot: Based on the comedy of the same name by E. Pino Hernández (Madrid, 05/03/1948).

Screenplay and dialogues: Manuel Tamayo and Julio coll.

* The Outlander – station Films (Barcelona, 1951)

Director: Antonio Román.

Plot: Based on the short story Doña Rosario Rafael Lopez de Haro (10, 1919).

Screenplay and dialogues: Manuel Tamayo, Julio coll and Rafael J.Salvia.

* Market prohibited – IFI (Barcelona, 1952)

Director: Xavier setó.

Argument and screenplay: Julio coll and José germán huici.

* Passions duel – Hispamer Films (born 1954

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