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Fernando de Fuentes (I) (1894–1958)

Director of two classic films of Mexican Cinema, Compadre Mendoza, El (1933) and ¡Vámonos con Pancho Villa! (1935), De Fuentes began his career as second assistant director in Santa (1931), the first "talkie" produced in Mexico. His technical abilities promoted him to direct Anónimo, El (1932). De Fuentes is considered a pioneer in Mexican movies ... See full bio »

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 1970 El dinero tiene miedo (screenplay)
 1964 Face of the Screaming Werewolf (werewolf sequences)
 1960 La casa del terror (uncredited)
 1959 Angustia de un secreto (writer)
 1958 A Thousand and One Nights (adaptation)
 1957 La sombra del otro (adaptation)
 1957 The Adventures of Pito Perez (adaptation)
 1955 School for Tramps (adaptation)
 1951 Casa de vecindad (story)
 1950 Hipólito, el de Santa (screenplay)
 1949 Jalisco canta en Sevilla (writer)
 1949 Out on the Big Ranch (adaptation and dialogue)
 1946 La devoradora
 1945 La selva de fuego (screenplay)
 1942 Love in Jalisco (screenplay)
 1941 Creo en Dios
 1939 The House of the Ogre (adaptation)
 1938 La zandunga (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1936 Let's Go with Pancho Villa (adaptation - as F.D. Fuentes)
 1936 Petróleo (Documentary short)
 1936 Out on the Big Ranch (screenplay)
 1934 Cruz Diablo
 1934 Godfather Mendoza (screenplay)
 1933 The Lark (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1933 Prisoner 13
 1933 El anónimo
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F.D. Fuentes | Fernando de Fuentes Jr.


Magdalena Reyes Moran  (his death)  (2 children)

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