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Pedro López Lagar (I) (1899–1977)

Pedro López Lagar was born on June 18, 1899 in Madrid, Spain. He was an actor and writer, known for El niño y la niebla (1953), El gran autor (1954) and The Marihuana Story (1950). He was married to Alicia Paz. He died on August 21, 1977 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. See full bio »

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El niño y la niebla
El niño y la niebla Guillermo Estrada
El gran autor
El gran autor Mauricio Dávila
The Marihuana Story
The Marihuana Story Dr. Pablo Urioste
Albéniz Isaac Albéniz


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 1972 Premier 70 (TV Series)
 1965 Teatro del sábado (TV Series)
- Los fracasados (1965)
- El padre (1965)
 1963 Pesadilla
 1961 El anticuario (TV Movie)
 1958 La tirana
Duque de Fornells
 1954 El gran autor
Mauricio Dávila
 1953 El niño y la niebla
Guillermo Estrada
 1953 Reportaje
Anti-capitalist Thief
 1951 Suburbio
 1947 A sangre fría
Fernando Román
 1946 Celos
 1946 Camino del infierno
Alberto Miranda
 1942 Incertidumbre
 1941 Last Refuge
 1941 Story of a Night
Hugo Morel
 1938 Blood Wedding
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