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From Wikipedia Juan Rogelio García García, better known as Juan Orol (August 4, 1897 in Lalín, Pontevedra, Spain – May 26, 1988 in Mexico City, Mexico) was a Mexican-Spanish actor, producer, screenwriter and film director. He was known as The King of the Mexican Film noir. He was also known as The Involuntary Surrealist. He was a pioneer of the Mexican cinema's first talkies and one of the main promoters of the Rumberas film in the Golden Age of Mexican cinema. His films have been described as cult films.
August 4, 1897, Lalín, Pontevedra, Spain
May 26, 1988
1940 SiboneyWriter, Producer, Director, and Gastón de Montero 1947 Gángsters contra charrosWriter, Producer, Director, and Johnny Carmenta 1950 Amor salvajeDirector, Writer, and Producer 1951 Perdición de mujeresDirector, Writer, Producer, and Rizo 1953 La diosa de TahitíDirector 1954 Sandra, the Woman of FireProducer, Director, and Writer 1957 Zonga, el ángel diabólicoDirector 1957 La mesera del café del puertoDirector 1963 Mi Borinquen queridoWriter, Director, and Producer 1965 La virgen de la calleWriter, Producer, and Director 1966 Antesala de la silla eléctricaWriter, Director, and Producer 1966 Contrabandistas del CaribeWriter, Director, and Producer 1968 Historia de un gángsterProducer, Writer, Director, and Tony Florino 1975 México de noche 1979 El tren de la muerteDirectorLimited to the 15 most popular items