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Fernando Arrabal

Fernando Arrabal was born on August 11, 1932 in Melilla, Spanish Protectorate of Morocco, Spain. He is a writer and actor, known for Fando and Lis (1968), Long Live Death (1971) and The Jodorowsky Constellation (1994). He has been married to Luce Moreau since February 1, 1958. See full bio »

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 2011 Des Teufels Kinder (stories)
 2008 Possibility of an Island (additional dialogue: Spanish)
 1992 Farewell, Babylon! (written by)
 1983 Car Cemetery (TV Movie)
 1975 The Tree of Guernica (written by)
 1973 Piknik na frontu (TV Short)
 1973 I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse (writer - as Arrabal)
 1971 Long Live Death (by - as Arrabal) / (novel "Baal Babylone" - as Arrabal)
 1971 Automobilkirkegården (TV Movie) (play "Le cimetière des voitures")
 1969 Weird Weirdo (play)
 1968 Fando and Lis (dialogue) / (play) / (screenplay)
 1967 Picknick på slagfältet (TV Movie) (play)
 1966 Autojen hautausmaa (TV Movie) (play "Le cimetière des voitures")
 1964 De picknick (TV Movie)
 1963 Aamiainen sotakentällä (TV Movie) (play "Pique-nique en campagne")
 1962 Picknick im Felde (TV Short) (play)
 1962 Frokost i det grønne (TV Movie) (based on play)
 1961 Quest (TV Series) (1 episode)
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Play. "And They Put Handcuffs on the Flowers." Received its Midwest premiere by the Magic Circle Theatre in summer, 1974, in Chicago. In the cast: Bobby Di Cicco, Vincent Balestri, Guy Giarrizzo, Diane Giarrizzo, Hedda Lubin, Chris Schlecht, Kathleen Hall and Rick Betz. Gary Houston directed. See more »

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In 1962 he founded the Panic Movement with Roland Topor and Alejandro Jodorowsky, and he wrote the first Panic Manifesto. See more »

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