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Antonio Aguilar est un Acteur et Producteur exécutif Mexicain né le 17 mai 1919

Antonio Aguilar

Antonio Aguilar
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Nom de naissance José Pascual Antonio Aguilar Márquez Barraza
Nationalité Mexique
Naissance 17 mai 1919
Mort 19 juin 2007 (à 88 ans) à Mexico (Mexique)

Antonio Aguilar est un acteur et chanteur mexicain né le 17 mai 1919 et mort le 19 juin 2007.

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Filmographie de Antonio Aguilar (26 films)

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Valente Quintero, 1h25
Réalisé par Mario Hernández
Thèmes Politique
Acteurs Antonio Aguilar, Saby Kamalich, Sara García, Flor Silvestre, Enriqueta Jiménez, Alejandro Reyna
Rôle Valente Quintero

In the contemporary era (circa 1973), two foreign tourists make a stop at the provincial town of Perales. Two small memorials surrounded by pebbles in a corner of a street attract their attention. On the meantime, two elderly veterans of the Mexican Revolution, Chelelo and Cornelio, come out from a nearby building to receive them. They explain to the tourists about the memorials and to whom are they in memory of. Chelelo then recounts the story of two revolutionary friends, Sub-lieutenant Valente Quintero and Major Atanasio Pizarro, who are fighting a battle in one of Perales' residential streets. Valente is severely injured when he is shot in front of the late General Gumersindo Carrillo's house where his widow, doña Elvira Peña, his daughter, Leonor Carrillo, and their housemaid, Carmen, reside. Leonor witnesses when Valente is shot and is decided to go out and help him, against her mother's wishes. Leonor then tells her mother that she is returning a favor that could have been made to her father, who helplessly died while bleeding in the midst of a forest. Leonor therefore runs across the street to get the town's drunkard physician, Doctor Plácido. Elvira, Carmen, and Leonor carry Valente into the house and lay him in a bed. Valente stays ill in bed for several days and his friend Atanasio later receives word about his survival. Atanasio is falls in love with the elegant and sophisticated Leonor and admires the conservative and sharp-tongued matron Elvira. Valente and Leonor also start a romantic relationship, which lead them to marriage. Atanasio, who is now a rich and alcoholic landowner, duels Valente for the love of Leonor on the night of their honeymoon. The conflict ends with both Valente and Atanasio being killed by one another.
Vuelve el ojo de vidrio, 1h47
Réalisé par René Cardona Jr.
Thèmes Politique
Acteurs Flor Silvestre, Antonio Aguilar, Alejandro Reyna, René Cardona Jr., Arturo Martínez
Rôle Porfirio Alcalá y Buenavista "El Ojo de Vidrio"
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Lauro Puñales, 1h27
Réalisé par René Cardona
Thèmes Politique
Acteurs Antonio Aguilar, Flor Silvestre, Elsa Cárdenas, Alma Delia Fuentes, Carlos López Moctezuma, Alejandro Reyna
Rôle Lauro González
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In Emiliano Zapata's hometown of Anenecuilco lives Lauro Puñales, a famous revolutionary leader and agrarian. The town's political boss and municipal president are confidants to the federals. The political boss urges the peasants to give him back the lands that they took from them, albeit Lauro defends the peasants and also promotes the revolutionary cause. He is in love with Rosenda, a widow and daughter of notable citizen Damián Rodríguez.
El ojo de vidrio, 1h57
Réalisé par René Cardona Jr.
Genres Drame, Action, Aventure
Thèmes Politique
Acteurs Flor Silvestre, Antonio Aguilar, Alejandro Reyna, Arturo Martínez, Raúl Meraz, Arturo Castro
Rôle Porfirio Alcalá y Buenavista "El Ojo de Vidrio": Former horse wrangler of Palo Quemado who, after a confrontation, became one-eyed as a result of the brutality of his boss, Barbosa. He is in love with Coralillo and plans to marry her and retreat to a peac
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Les géants de l'ouest, 1h59
Réalisé par John Wayne, Andrew V. McLaglen
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Thriller, Action, Horreur, Western
Thèmes Politique, Films pour enfants
Acteurs John Wayne, Rock Hudson, Antonio Aguilar, Lee Meriwether, Bruce Cabot, Melissa Newman
Rôle Le général Rojas
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En 1865, aux États-Unis, la Guerre de Sécession s'achève tout juste. Le colonel John Henry Thomas quitte l'armée nordiste et, avec ceux qui restent de ses anciens hommes, convoie jusqu'à Durango, au Mexique, les chevaux qu'il vient de vendre à l'Empereur Maximilien. En chemin, il sauve d'une bande de pillards une communauté de familles, menée au Mexique par l'ancien colonel de l'armée sudiste James Langdon, pour fuir la famine et les éventuelles représailles consécutives à ces années de guerre...
Juan Colorado
Réalisé par Miguel Zacarías
Genres Drame, Western
Acteurs Antonio Aguilar, María Duval, Elsa Cárdenas, Flor Silvestre, José Baviera, Carlos Agostí
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Juan Lorenzo de la Riba (Antonio Aguilar) tries to leave his girlfriend behind, but rich hacendada Silvia Guerrero (María Duval) implies to Juan Lorenzo that he has to marry her because he defiled her honor. Silvia also states that Juan worries his father Don Artemio because of his lack of responsibility. Although Silvia is engaged to Rafael Ortigoza (Carlos Agostí), she intends to marry Juan Lorenzo. Silvia's father devises a plan to attempt an assassination toward Juan and Don Artemio. Silvia is tricked into believing that Juan Lorenzo is dead, and so she is forced to marry Rafael.
El revólver sangriento, 1h38
Réalisé par Miguel M. Delgado
Genres Drame, Action, Aventure
Acteurs Lola Beltrán, Flor Silvestre, Emilio Fernández, René Cardona, Cuco Sánchez, Antonio Aguilar
Rôle Ramón, ex-bandit who seeks a peaceful life as a cattle rancher.

The film opens in a cave with a close-up of Juan Chávez's (Luis Aguilar) silver-plated revolver as he glances at a "Wanted" poster that offers a reward, dead or alive, for his capture. A suspicious man follows Juan out of the cave, and traces him into a small town. There, he enters a bar called "La Patrona", whose bartender is Carmen (Lola Beltrán) who is infatuated with Juan. She serves him something to drink, and they converse, as a next scene focuses on a beautiful woman named Rosa (Flor Silvestre) who sings the song "Cariño bonito" as she waters her geraniums and watches her birds. At the end of her singing, her aunt (Emma Roldán) arrives at the house and tells her of Juan's return to the town. She replies that he came back for her to take her with him, and to prepare her clothes. When Rosa arrives at the bar, Juan responds to her coldly, and even depreciates her.