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Pilar Clemens

After her work in European films, this Spanish actress married the Paraguayan Gustavo Diaz de Vivar, and went to Paraguay, in South America, where she acted in many plays like: "Cuarenta kilates", "Fin de semana", "La zapatera prodigiosa", "Salvar a los delfines" and others, in theaters like "Arlequien Teatro" in Asunción, the capital of Paraguay.... See full bio »

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Known For

Saul e David
Saul e David Michal
(1964)
Acteón
Acteón Primera Mujer
(1967)
Sheriff Won't Shoot
(1965)
Diez fusiles esperan
(1959)

Filmography

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 1973 Battle of the Amazons
Elperia
 1969 Sadist Erotica (uncredited)
 1967 Acteón
Primera Mujer
 1967 Bikini Paradise
Julia
 1966 The Spy Who Loved Flowers
Harriman's Assistant
 1965-1966 Novela (TV Series)
Georgette / Señorita Spak
- Cristina Guzman III (1966) ... Georgette
- Cristina Guzman II (1966) ... Georgette
- Cristina Guzmán (1966) ... Georgette
- La rosa encendida (1965) ... Señorita Spak
- Cristina Guzman V (1965) ... Georgette
 1965 Sheriff Won't Shoot
Colet
 1964 Teatro de familia (TV Series)
- Los maletillas (1964)
 1964 Primera fila (TV Series)
Una Mujer
- La honradez de la cerradura (1964) ... Una Mujer
 1964 Los elegidos
Chica en tren (as Pilar Clement)
 1961 Diferente
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Plays: Cuarenta kilates, Fin de semana, La zapatera prodigiosa, Salvar a los delfines.

Alternate Names:

Pilar Clement

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