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Milton Amaral (I) (1934–1995)

Milton Amaral was born in 1934 in São Paulo, Brazil. He was a writer and assistant director, known for O Corintiano (1967), Jeca Tatu (1960) and Tristeza do Jeca (1961). He was married to Marlene França. He died on April 30, 1995 in São Bernardo do Campo, São Paulo. See full bio »

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Hide Hide Show Show Writer (5 credits)
Hide Hide Show Show Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (5 credits)
 1962 Três Cabras de Lampião (assistant director)
 1961 Amor na Selva (assistant director)
 1961 Women and Millions (assistant director)
 1961 A Morte Comanda o Cangaço (assistant director)
 1960 In the Devil's Throat (assistant director)
Hide Hide Show Show Director (4 credits)
 1967 O Corintiano
 1963 0' Cabeleira
 1960 Jeca Tatu
Hide Hide Show Show Actor (3 credits)
 1960 Girl in Room 13 (voice)
 1958 Ravina
Hide Hide Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (3 credits)
 1963 A Ilha (production assistant)
 1958 Ravina (continuity)
 1957 Cara de Fogo (continuity)

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