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Tito Davison (1912–1985)

Born in Chillán, Chile in 1912, Davison worked in Hollywood as a comic actor in Spanish-language films for MGM (Así es la vida (1930) and La fuerza del querer (1930)) before MGM suspended production. He made his directorial debut in Argentina in 1937. He subsequently worked in Mexico and Spain, directing comedies such as El baño de ... See full bio »

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La mujer que yo amé
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 1981 El gran triunfo (screenplay) / (story)
 1980 Amigo
 1976 El ministro y yo (original story) / (screenplay)
 1975 Un mulato llamado Martín (story)
 1975 Un amor extraño (adaptation)
 1973 El amor tiene cara de mujer (adaptation) / (screenplay)
 1972 María
 1971 Mama Dolores (screenplay)
 1969 The Big Cube (story)
 1968 Corazón salvaje (writer)
 1966 El derecho de nacer (adaptation)
 1964 El burócrata
 1963 Cri Cri el grillito cantor (writer)
 1963 Barridos y regados (story)
 1963 La fierecilla del puerto (story)
 1962 La edad de la inocencia (screenplay) / (story)
 1960 La hermana blanca (adaptation)
 1960 Impaciencia del corazón (adaptation)
 1959 Isla para dos (adaptation)
 1959 Mujeres de fuego (writer)
 1958 Sabrás que te quiero (writer)
 1958 Quiero ser artista (adaptation)
 1957 Call Me Bad
 1957 La dulce enemiga (adaptation)
 1956 Bodas de oro (adaptation)
 1955 Para siempre (screenplay) / (story)
 1954 La entrega (adaptation) / (screenplay)
 1954 The Price of Living (adaptation)
 1953 Nunca es tarde para amar (adaptation)
 1952 Sor Alegría (adaptation)
 1951 Negro es mi color (story and adaptation)
 1950 La mujer que yo amé (screenplay) / (story)
 1950 Doña Diabla (story and adaptation)
 1949 Un cuerpo de mujer (writer)
 1949 El baño de Afrodita (writer)
 1949 El embajador (writer)
 1949 Medianoche (writer)
 1948 Dueña y señora (adaptation)
 1948 Spurs of Gold (adaptation)
 1948 Que Dios me perdone (writer)
 1947 Soy charro de Rancho Grande (adaptation)
 1947 La malagueña (adaptation)
 1947 La barca de oro (adaptation)
 1947 La diosa arrodillada (screenplay)
 1947 Bel Ami
 1946 Rayando el sol (adaptation)
 1946 Ramona
 1946 Los nietos de Don Venancio (screenplay)
 1946 El socio (adaptation)
 1945 Camino de Sacramento (adaptation)
 1945 La selva de fuego (screenplay)
 1945 La barraca
 1943 Casi un sueño (writer)
 1942 Tú eres la paz (adaptation)
 1938 Las de Barranco (writer)
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Cousin of director Carlos F. Borcosque.

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