Argentine actors who deceased in 1970

Here are 1 famous actors from Argentina died in 1970:

Mario C. Lugones

Mario C. Lugones (August 13, 1912 Buenos Aires-October 1, 1970 Buenos Aires) also known as Mario Lugones was an Argentine film director and actor.

Lugones began his career in the film industry as an actor in the early 1930s. He later went on to take up directing and his first film as a director, "Los dos rivales" (The Two Rivals) was released in 1944. He went on to direct several successful Argentine films over the next few decades and was credited for his contribution to the popularization of tango music in films.

One of his most notable works was the film "Camino del infierno" (The Road to Hell), which premiered in 1950 and went on to become a classic in the Argentine cinema history. The movie starred some of the biggest names in Argentine cinema at the time and was an instant hit with the audiences.

Apart from his work in film, Lugones was also a prolific writer and had authored several works of fiction and non-fiction. He was known for his keen interest in the art and culture of Argentina and wrote extensively about it.

Lugones passed away on October 1, 1970, in Buenos Aires, at the age of 58. Despite his relatively short career as a filmmaker, his work continues to be celebrated and remembered by cinephiles and film buffs in Argentina and beyond.

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