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Mauricio de la Serna (1902–1986)

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El buen ladrón
El buen ladrón Director
Pablo y Carolina
Pablo y Carolina Director
Rumbo a Brasilia
Rumbo a Brasilia Director


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 1955 La rival (producer)
 1954 La desconocida (producer)
 1954 Hijas casaderas (producer)
 1954 Illusion Travels by Streetcar (associate producer)
 1953 The Proud and the Beautiful (assistant executive producer: Mexico)
 1953 Fruto de tentación (associate producer)
 1951 Paraíso robado (producer)
 1950 La edad peligrosa (producer)
 1950 La liga de las muchachas (producer)
 1949 El charro y la dama (producer)
 1946 La otra (producer)
 1946 Su última aventura (producer)
 1946 Rosa del Caribe (producer)
 1945 La selva de fuego (producer)
 1945 Crepúsculo (producer)
 1944 La trepadora (producer)
 1943 The Balloon of Cantoya (producer)
 1943 Divorciadas (producer)
 1943 Girls Boarding School (producer)
 1943 Resurrección (producer)
 1942 I Danced with Don Porfirio (producer)
 1942 Las cinco noches de Adán (producer)
 1941 La liga de las canciones (producer)
 1939 Night of the Mayas (producer)
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