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Julio Sanjuán (I) (1883–1967)

Julio Sanjuán was born on May 19, 1883 in Ferrol, A Coruña, Galicia, Spain as Julio Pedro Celestial Antonio Sanjuán y Cañete. He was an actor, known for Un rayo de luz (1960), Canción de juventud (1962) and The Teacher and the Miracle (1957). He died on December 1, 1967 in Madrid, Madrid, Spain. See full bio »

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 1962 Story of a Night
Don Teófilo Valenzuela
 1962 Canción de juventud
D. César, el viejo profesor
 1961 An Angel Has Appeared
Don Leonardo
 1960 Un rayo de luz
Conde D'Angelo
 1959 Leap to Fame
 1958 La vida por delante
Don Anselmo Revenga
 1958 The Tenant
Propietario borracho
 1957 Faustina (as Julio San Juan)
 1956 El malvado Carabel
 1956 Uncle Hyacynth
 1955 El mensaje
 1951 Niebla y sol
Viejo pastor
 1936 Morena Clara
Ventero (uncredited)
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 1944 Luna de sangre (Short)

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