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Francisco Madrid (I) (1900–1952)

A native of Barcelona, Franciso Madrid worked as a journalist in Barcelona, Paris, Geneve, Madrid, and Buenos Aires. In Madrid, he was the vice-editor of the daily La Voz. He married Catalan comedy actress 'María Luisa Rodríguez'. Like many supporters of the Spanish Republic, he left Spain in 1936 for Argentina. In Buenos Aires, Francisco Madrid ... See full bio »

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(age 51) in Buenos Aires, Argentina

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(1945)
Juvenilia Writer
(1943)
María Rosa Writer
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 1949 ¡Olé torero! (story)
 1946 María Rosa (story)
 1943 Juvenilia (dialogue director)
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Francesc Madrid | Paco Madrid
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