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Miguel de Zárraga (1883–1941)

Miguel de Zárraga was born on April 14, 1883 in Madrid, Spain as Miguel de Zárraga Hernández. He was a writer and director, known for La cruz y la espada (1934), Verbena trágica (1938) and Castillos en el aire (1938). He died on December 26, 1941 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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La cruz y la espada
Verbena trágica
Castillos en el aire


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 1938 Verbena trágica (writer)
 1938 Mis dos amores (writer)
 1938 Castillos en el aire (writer)
 1934 Las fronteras del amor (spanish version - spanish version)
 1934 Nada más que una mujer (spanish version - spanish version)
 1933 Dos noches
 1931 Cheri-Bibi
 1930 Olimpia
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 1936 A Message to Garcia
Spanish Officer (uncredited)
 1935 No matarás
 1938 Castillos en el aire (assistant director)
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 1935 Under the Pampas Moon (lyrics: "Zamba", "Love Song of the Pampas", "Veredita")
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 1933 No dejes la puerta abierta (dialogue director - uncredited)

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