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Tomás Méndez (1927–1995)

Tomás Méndez was born on July 25, 1927 in Fresnillo, Zacatecas, Mexico as Tomás Méndez Sosa nació. He died on June 19, 1995 in Mexico City, Mexico. See full bio »

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(age 67) in Mexico City, Mexico

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 2014 Cuéntame (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Aviones de papel (2014) ... (writer: "Paloma negra")
 2013 Occamova britva (TV Movie) (writer: "Cucurrucucú paloma")
 2012 The Five-Year Engagement (writer: "Cu Cu Rru Cu Cu Paloma" - as Tomas Mendez Sosa)
 2009 My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done (writer: "Cucurrucucu Paloma")
 2006 Man About Town (writer: "Cucurrucucu Paloma" - as Tomas Mendez Sosa)
 2003 Chooch (writer: "CU CU CU RRU CU CU PALOMA" - as Tomas Mendez Sosa)
 2002 Frida (writer: "Paloma Negra")
 2002 Talk to Her (as Tomás Méndez Sosa, "Cucurrucucú Paloma")
 1997 The Lost World: Jurassic Park (writer: "Tres Dias")
 1992 Orquesta Club Virginia (writer: "Cucurrucucú paloma")
 1989 Santa Sangre (writer: "Cucurrucucu paloma")
 1987 Three Crazy Jerks (lyrics: "Cucurrucucú Paloma") / (music: "Cucurrucucú Paloma")
 1966 Los gavilanes negros (writer: "Nubes Bajas")
 1965 Gabino Barrera (writer: "Corrido de la Muerte")
 1964 El revólver sangriento (writer: "Nubes bajas")
 1964 'México de mi corazón' (Dos Mexicanas en México) (writer: "A Media Rienda" - as Tomas Mendez Sosa)
 1963 Torero por un día (writer: "Huapango Torero" - as Tomas Mendez S.)
 1962 Camino de la horca (writer: "Las Rejas No Matan")
 1962 El justiciero vengador (writer: "El Ramalazo")
 1961 La joven Mancornadora (writer: "El Aguacero", "El Ramalazo" - as Tomas Mendez Sosa)
 1961 The Last Sunset ("Cu Cu Ru Cu Paloma", uncredited)
 1961 La diligencia de la muerte (writer: "Ay, El Amor")
 1960 'Venganza fatal' (writer: "El ramalazo")
 1960 ¡Viva la soldadera! (writer: "Campanero", "Las rejas no matan" - uncredited)
 1960 Stray Bullet (writer: "Bala Perdida")
 1960 Adventures of Joselito and Tom Thumb (lyrics: "Huapango torero") / (music: "Huapango torero")
 1959 El hombre del alazán (writer: "Quien de Lo Dijo")
 1959 Mexico Never Sleeps ("El aguacero")
 1958 El ruiseñor de las cumbres ("Gorrioncillo, pecho amarillo") / (lyrics: "Gorrioncillo, pecho amarillo")
 1958 Los legionarios (writer: "Paloma cu-rru-cu-cu")
 1958 Fiesta en el corazón (writer: "El Aguacero")
 1957 'Mal de amores' (Rogaciano el huapanguero) (writer: "Gorrioncillo Pecho Amarillo", "El Mundo Sin Guitarras")
 1957 Cómicos de la Legua (writer: "Cucurrucucú Paloma" - as Tomas Mendez Sosa)
 1957 ¡Aquí están los aguilares! (writer: "Ayes de Amor en el Rio" - as Tomas Mendez Sosa)
 1956 La huella del chacal (writer: "En Nombre de Dios")
 1956 Historia de un marido infiel (writer: "Cucurrucú Paloma" - as Tomas Mendez Sosa)
 1956 La pequeña enemiga (writer: "Tres Dias")
 1955 Tú y las nubes ("El aguacero")
 1955 De carne somos (writer: "Puñalada Trapera")
 1955 La barranca de la muerte (writer: "Paloma Dejame Ir", "El Tren Sin Pasajeros")
 1955 Música, espuelas y amor (writer: "Tres Días")
 1955 Al diablo las mujeres (writer: "Cucurrucú Paloma", "Gorioncillo Pecho Amarillo", "Tres Días")
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