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Antonio Prieto (I) (1926–2011)


Antonio Prieto was a Chilean crooner who enjoyed great success as a recording artist in Latin America in the 1950s and 1960s. His popularity won over film producers and he was cast in several musical comedies mainly playing himself as in "Vacaciones en Acapulco" (1961). He was also featured singing the main theme in films such "Acapulqueña" (1959)... See full bio »

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(age 85) in Santiago, Chile

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Known For

Boom Boom Soundtrack
(1990)
La vida de Agustín Lara Dr. Ortiz Tirado
(1959)
Las tres coquetonas Carlos de Lira
(1960)

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 1970 Copacabana Club (TV Movie)
 1968 Sábados de la bondad (TV Series)
- Episode #1.3 (1968)
- Episode #1.2 (1968)
- Episode #1.1 (1968)
 1965 La pérgola de las flores
Don Carlitos
 1965 La industria del matrimonio (segment "Romántico")
 1962 La novia
 1961 Vacaciones en Acapulco
Antonio Prieto
 1960 Las tres coquetonas
Carlos de Lira
 1959 Acapulqueña
 1959 La vida de Agustín Lara
Dr. Ortiz Tirado
 1958 Socios para la aventura
Singer
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Internationally acclaimed vocalist, an exponent of the bolero, who recorded more than 1,000 songs during his 50-year long career. Appeared occasionally in films playing himself.

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