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Pedro Stocki

Pedro Stocki was born on July 20, 1936 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a director and assistant director, known for La casa de las siete tumbas (1982), Martes negro (2002) and ¿Y dónde está el bebé? (2002). See full bio »

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 2004 Cuentos clásicos de terror (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Noche de chicas (2004)
 2002 Martes negro
 1966 Los anónimos (Documentary short)
 1962 Che, Buenos Aires (Documentary) (segment "Anónimos, Los")
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 2002 Temporal (assistant director)
 1985 There's Some Guys Downstairs (assistant director)
 1984 Todo o nada (assistant director)
 1964 The Inheritance (trainee assistant director)
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 2002 Martes negro
 1980 Queridas amigas (screenplay)
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 1996 La maestra normal (producer)

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