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Ramón Peón (1887–1971)

Ramón Peón was born on June 5, 1887 in Havana, Cuba. He was a director and writer, known for Entre hermanos (1945), Se acabaron las mujeres (1946) and Nuestras vidas (1950). He died on February 2, 1971 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. See full bio »

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Known For

Entre hermanos
Entre hermanos Director
(1945)
Se acabaron las mujeres
(1946)
Nuestras vidas
Nuestras vidas Director
(1950)
Beyond Death
Beyond Death Director
(1935)

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 1963 Matar o morir
 1956 La fiera
 1955 Pueblo quieto
 1954 El aguila negra en 'El vengador solitario' (as Ramon Peon Garcia)
 1954 El águila negra en el tesoro de la muerte (as Ramon Peon Garcia)
 1954 El águila negra (as Ramon Peon Garcia)
 1952 La única (Short)
 1951 La renegada
 1949 Opio
 1947 Arsenio Lupin
 1946 Rocambole
 1946 Ella
 1937 El bastardo
 1937 The Torment
 1935 Beyond Death
 1935 A Real Man
 1933 Tiburón
 1933 Sagrario
 1933 La llorona
 1926 Casi varón
 1924 Al aire libre
 1921 Aves de paso
 1921 Mamá Zenobia
 1920 Dios existe
 1920 Realidad
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