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Miguel Ángel Asturias (1899–1974)

Miguel Ángel Asturias was born on October 19, 1899 in Guatemala City, Guatemala. He was a writer, known for Tres historias fantásticas (1964), Soluna (1969) and Mr. President (1970). He was married to Blanca Mora y Araujo and Clemencia Amado. He died on June 9, 1974 in Madrid, Spain. See full bio »


(age 74) in Madrid, Spain

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Soluna Writer
Mr. President Writer


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 1993 Soluna (TV Movie) (play)
  Escrito en América (TV Series) (1 episode, 1979) (author - 1 episode, 1979)
- La gallina ciega (1979)
- Cadáveres para la publicidad (1979) ... (author)
 1977 Teatro estudio (TV Series) (1 episode)
- La gallina ciega (1977)
 1970 Mr. President (play)
 1969 Soluna (play)
 1964 Tres historias fantásticas (story "El venado de las siete rosas")
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 1973 Italiques (TV Series)
- Episode dated 9 November 1973 (1973) ... Self
 1973 Civilisations (TV Series documentary)
- Les Mayas vivants (1973) ... Self
 1969 Zur Nacht (TV Series documentary)
Self - Narrator
 1967 De Soleil et d'Azur (TV Series documentary)
- Episode dated 15 November 1967 (1967) ... Self
 1966 Lahti '66 - kansainvälinen kirjailijakokous (TV Movie documentary)

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President of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 1970.

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