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Ana María Custodio (1908–1976)

Ana María Custodio was born on March 19, 1908 in Écija, Sevilla, Andalucía, Spain as Ana María Muñoz Custodio. She was an actress, known for Don Quintin the Bitter (1935), ¡Centinela, alerta! (1937) and Eran trece (1931). She was married to Ricardo Baeza. She died on April 10, 1976 in Madrid, Spain. See full bio »


(age 68) in Madrid, Spain

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 1969 El ángel
Doña Aurora
 1968 Los que tocan el piano (as Ana Maria Custodio)
 1967 Peppermint Frappé
Julián's mother
 1965 Life Goes On
 1965 Django the Condemned
Señora Camargo
 1964 Gunfighters of Casa Grande
Senora Durano
 1964 The Scandal
 1963 The Daughters of Helena (as Ana Mª Custodio)
 1963 A Nearly Decent Girl (as Ana Mª Custodio)
 1962 Face of Terror
Nurse (as Ana Mª Custodio)
 1962 Su alteza la niña
 1961 Pecado de amor
Sra. Vega (as Ana Maria Custodio)
 1961 An Angel Has Appeared
Doña Leonor
 1960 Mi calle (as Ana Mª Custodio)
 1960 Don Lucio y el hermano pío
Doña Lola
 1959 The Magistrate
Lucchi's Mother (as Anna Maria Custodio)
 1959 ¿Dónde vas, Alfonso XII?
Duquesa de Montpensier (as Ana Maria Custodio)
 1951 Dawn of America
Madre de Beatriz
 1937 ¡Centinela, alerta!
 1936 Nuestra Natacha
 1936 The Dancer and the Worker
Luisa Romagosa
 1935 Don Quintin the Bitter
 1931 Eran trece
Elen Potter
 1931 Mi último amor
Diana Carter
 1931 ¿Conoces a tu mujer?

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Alternate Names:

Ana Maria Custodio | Ana Mª Custodio | Anna Maria Custodio

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