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Carlos Ramírez (I) (1916–1986)


Carlos Julio Ramirez was born in the city of Tocaima, Colombia on August 4, 1916. He is one of the most important Colombian singers of all time. Ever since he was a little boy, he started to sing. He did it for a few coins in the ships that sailed the River Magdalena. In one of these ships called "Unión" he met the conservative politician Dr. ... See full bio »

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(age 70) in Miami, Florida, USA

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 1960 An American in Toledo ("No te vayas de mí")
 1952 Magical Maestro (Short) ("Largo al factotum", uncredited)
 1951 The Milton Berle Show (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Episode #3.37 (1951) ... (performer: "Grenada")
 1946 The Great Morgan (performer: "The Donkey Serenade", "Tales from the Vienna Woods" - uncredited)
 1946 Easy to Wed (performer: "Acercate más" (Come Closer To Me))
 1946 Night and Day (performer: "Begin the Beguine" (1935) - uncredited)
 1946 Musical Masterpieces (Short) (performer: "The Donkey Serenade", "Tales from the Vienna Woods" - uncredited)
 1945 Where Do We Go from Here? (performer: "The Nina, the Pinta, the Santa Maria")
 1944 The Three Caballeros (performer: "Mexico" - as Carlos Ramirez)
 1944 Bathing Beauty (music: "Boogie Woogie", "Mucho Mucho Mucho" - uncredited) / (performer: "Magic is the Moonlight(Te quiero dijiste)" (1929), "I'll Take the High Note" (1943) (uncredited))
 1944 Two Girls and a Sailor (performer: "Granada" (1932) - uncredited)
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Alternate Names:

Carlos Ramirez | Carlos Ramirez and His Dancing Senoritas
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Trivia:

Carlos Julio Ramirez passed away in 1986, the same year his niece Gissel Romero was born in Bogota, Colombia (grandaughter of Carlos's brother Delio Castilla and Delio's wife Ana Castilla).

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