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Fernando Fernández de Córdoba (1897–1982)

Fernando Fernández de Córdoba was born on November 28, 1897 in Madrid, Madrid, Spain. He was an actor and writer, known for La calle sin sol (1948), Rumbo (1953) and La fe (1947). He died on February 28, 1982 in Madrid. See full bio »

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 1953 Rumbo
Gabriel Hurtado Mendoza (as Fernando Fdez. de Cordoba)
 1953 ¡Che, qué loco!
Rosendo (as Fernando F. de Cordoba)
 1952 La estrella de Sierra Morena
 1952 Lola, the Coalgirl
General Alburquerque
 1951 El gran Galeoto
 1950 Don Juan
 1950 The Siege
 1950 Trifles
 1949 El santuario no se rinde
Don pedro
 1949 Una mujer cualquiera
Doctor (as F. Fernandez de Cordoba)
 1949 Sabela de Cambados
Juan de Mourente (as Fernando Fdez. de Córdoba)
 1948 La calle sin sol (as F. Fernández de Córdoba)
 1948 Las aguas bajan negras
Don César, head engineer, Northern Mining Co (as F. Fernández de Córdoba)
 1947 La fe
Sr. Osuna (as F. Fdez. de Córdoba)
 1947 La nao capitana
Fray José
 1947 Reina santa
Pedro III de Aragón (as Fernando F. de Córdoba)
 1946 El emigrado
Don Ignacio Ibarrola
 1946 La imperial Tarragona (Short) (voice)
 1946 Templos románicos (Short) (voice)
 1946 Mar abierto
 1945 Bambú
 1944 Altar mayor
Don Elías
 1943 Misterio en la marisma
Carlos Almenares
 1942 El frente de los suspiros
Servando Ortigueira (as Fernando F. de Córdoba)
 1935 Broken Lives
Juan Gras
Show Show Writer (1 credit)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
Show Show Director (1 credit)
Show Show Self (8 credits)

Personal Details

Alternate Names:

F. Fernandez de Cordoba | Fernando F. de Cordoba | Fernando Fdez. de Cordoba | F. Fdez. de Córdoba | F. Fernández de Córdoba | Fernando F. de Córdoba | Fernando Fdez. de Córdoba

Did You Know?


He was chosen by General Franco to read by radio the historical last report of the Spanish Civil War: "Today, captive and disarmed the Red army, the National troops have reached their last military targets. The war is over. Burgos, 1st of April of 1939."

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