Luis Bayón Herrera

Luis Bayón Herrera was a film director, playwright and screenwriter born in Bilbao, Spain on September 23, 1889 carried out practically all his professional activity in Argentina and died in Buenos Aires 30 March of 1956.

Filmography

Director

* A Cuban Spain (1951)

* With music in the soul (1951)

* I’m going to Havana (1951)

* Buenos Aires view (1950)

* The seductive (1950)

* A hero (1949)

* Fúlmine (1949)

* Modern husbands (1948)

* Beware of imitations (1948)

* Lucrezia Borgia (1947)

* An ideal husband (1947)

* Three million and love (1946)

* Do not leave this evening (1946)

* A model of Paris (1946)

* Still beloved (1945)

* A woman of no importance (1945)

* The dance of Fortune (1944)

* The two rivals (1944)

* Zapa skin (1943)

* Impossible passion (1943)

* Lucky called three times (1943)

* The House of the million (1942)

* Sensational kidnapping (1942)

* Ladies hairdresser (1941)

* Millionaire Candida (1941)

* Young widow and estanciera (1941)

* The unhappy town (1941)

* The novel of a young poor (1941)

* My fortune by a grandson (1940)

* The jealousy of Candida (1940)

* The star of the tango (1940)

* Love (1940)

* Candida (1939)

* Between the mud (1939)

* My mother-in-law is beast (1939)

* Jettatore (1938)

* Gold between mud (1938)

Screenwriter

* A Cuban Spain (1951)

* Buenos Aires view (1950)

* A woman of no importance (1945)

* The dance of Fortune (1944)

* The two rivals (1944)

* The House of the million (1942)

* Sensational kidnapping (1942)

* Ladies hairdresser (1941)

* Millionaire Candida (1941)

* Young widow and estanciera (1941)

* The unhappy town (1941)

* My fortune by a grandson (1940)

* The jealousy of Candida (1940)

* The star of the tango (1940)

* Love (1940)

* Candida (1939) (such as Bayón Herrera)

* Between the mud (1939)

* Jettatore (1938)

* The horse of the people (1935)

* Buenos Aires nights (1935)

* The lights of Buenos Aires (1931)

References

* Di Núbila, Sunday (1998). The golden age of . History of the Argentine cinema I. Buenos Aires. Editions of the Goldfinch. ISBN 987-95786-5-1.

* Manrupe, Raul; Portela, Maria Alexandra (2001). A dictionary of Argentine films (1930-1995). Buenos Aires, Editorial Corregidor. ISBN 950-05-0896-6.

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