The Night Is Young
(performer: "The Night is Young" 1935 - uncredited, "When I Grow Too Old to Dream" 1935 - uncredited, "Lift Your Glass" 1935 - uncredited, "There's a Riot in Havana" 1935 - uncredited)
The Cat and the Fiddle
(performer: "A New Love is Old" 1931 - uncredited, "I Watched the Love Parade" 1931 - uncredited, "The Breeze Kissed Your Hair" 1931 - uncredited, "One Moment Alone" 1931 - uncredited, "Ha! Cha Cha" 1931 - uncredited, "The Crystal Candelabra" 1931 - uncredited, "Peer Gynt Suite No.1, Op.46: Le Matin" 1876 - uncredited / "The Night Was Made for Love" 1931 - uncredited)
(10/16/47) Radio: Appeared in the "The Prayer That Won the West" episode of "Family Theater of the Air".
4 Print Biographies
6 Magazine Cover Photos
Ramon Samaniego | Ramón Samaniego | Ramon Samaniegos
5' 10" (1.78 m)
Did You Know?
I was always the hero - with no vices - reciting practically the same lines to the leading lady. The current crop of movie heroes are less handicapped than the old ones. They are more human. The leading men of silent films were Adonises and Apollos. Today the hero can even take a poke at the leading lady. In my time a hero who hit the girl just once would have been out.
Father was M.N. Samaniegos, a dentist. Mother was Elenor Gavilan. Three sisters: Carmen Samaniegos, dancer; Luz Samaniegos; Lenore Samaniegos, nun. Four brothers: Mariano Samaniegos, dentist; Eduardo Samaniegos, architect; Jose Samaniegos, chemist; and Antonio Samaniegos, film technician.