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Antonio Gades (1936–2004)

Antonio Gades was born on November 14, 1936 in Elda, Alicante, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain as Antonio Esteve Ródenas. He is known for his work on Carmen (1983), Blood Wedding (1981) and El amor brujo (1986). He was married to Eugenia Eiriz, Daniela Frey, Marisol, Pilar Sanclemente and Marujita Díaz. He died on July 20, 2004 in Madrid, Madrid, ... See full bio »


(age 67) in Madrid, Madrid, Spain

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Carmen Antonio
Blood Wedding
Blood Wedding Leonardo
El amor brujo
El amor brujo Carmelo
Bewitched Love
Bewitched Love Antonio


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 1986 El amor brujo
 1983/I Carmen
 1980 Con el culo al aire
Cura progre
 1978 Los días del pasado
 1970 Fortunata y Jacinta
Dancer in 'Los Caracolitos'
 1967 Bewitched Love
 1967 Último encuentro
Antonio Esteve
 1966 Con el viento solano
 1964 The Pleasure Seekers
Flamenco Dancer
 1963 Esa pícara pelirroja
Primer Bailarín (uncredited)
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Show Show Self (14 credits)
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He performed in the ballet, "Blood Wedding," and "Flamenco Suite," in an Antonio Gades Ballet production at the Music Hall Assembly in London, England with Cristina Hoyos in the cast.

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Was one of the great figures in Spanish dancing and flamenco. See more »

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