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Miguel M. Delgado (I) (1905–1994)

Miguel M. Delgado was born on May 17, 1905 in Mexico City, Mexico as Miguel Melitón Delgado Pardavé. He was a director and writer, known for The Little Priest (1964), El bolero de Raquel (1957) and The Illiterate One (1961). He died on January 2, 1994. See full bio »


(age 88)

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 1988 El vergonzoso
 1983 Las vedettes
 1982 El barrendero
 1980 Mamá solita
 1979 El fayuquero
 1978 Oye Salomé!
 1971 The Professor
 1967 Su excelencia
 1963 Agente XU 777
 1962 The Extra
 1961 The Cat
 1960 Bala de Plata
 1959 El zarco
 1959 Sábado negro
 1959 Sube y baja
 1959 El superflaco
 1958 30-30 Carbine
 1955 Mortal Sin
 1954 La gitana blanca (as Miguel María Delgado)
 1952 El fronterizo
 1951 El cardenal
 1951 Ella y yo
 1950 Mala hembra
 1950 El portero
 1950 Tú, solo tú
 1949 El mago
 1948 El supersabio
 1944 Gran Hotel
 1943 Doña Bárbara (co-director)
 1943 El circo
Show Show Writer (42 credits)
Show Show Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (14 credits)
Show Show Actor (5 credits)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (2 credits)

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Alternate Names:

M.M. Delgado | Miguel María Delgado

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Brother of director Agustín P. Delgado. See more »

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