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Vicente Celestino (1894–1968)

Vicente Celestino was born on September 12, 1894 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil as Antônio Vicente Filipe Celestino. He was an actor, known for O Ébrio (1946), Madame Satã (2002) and Mulheres de Cinema (1978). He was married to Gilda de Abreu. He died on August 23, 1968 in São Paulo, SP, Brazil. See full bio »

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O Ébrio
O Ébrio Gilberto Silva
Madame Satã
Madame Satã Soundtrack
Mulheres de Cinema
Canção ao Luar


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 1965 O Ébrio (TV Series)
- Episode #1.1 (1965)
 1946 O Ébrio
Gilberto Silva
 1929 O Palhaço (Short)
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 2002 Madame Satã (performer: "Noite Cheir de Estrelas")
 1978 Mulheres de Cinema (Documentary short) (performer: "O Ébrio")
 1946 O Ébrio ("Porta Aberta", "O Ébrio") / (performer: "Porta Aberta", "O Ébrio")
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 1946 O Ébrio (story)
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 1946 O Ébrio
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 1934 Canção ao Luar (Documentary short)
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 1978 Mulheres de Cinema (Documentary short)

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