Argentine musicians who died due to Heart failure

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Hugo del Carril

Hugo del Carril (November 30, 1912 Buenos Aires-August 13, 1989 Buenos Aires) also known as Alejo Pacheco Ramos, Piero Bruno Hugo Fontana, Allan Lemarie or Pierre Bruno Hugo Fontana was an Argentine film director, actor, singer, film producer and screenwriter. He had four children, Marcela Alejandra Fontana, Hugo Miguel Fontana, Amorina Fontana and Eva Fontana.

His most important albums: Alma de tango, and .

Hugo del Carril began his career in the entertainment industry in the 1930s as a radio announcer and a tango singer. He rose to fame in the 1940s and 1950s as an actor, starring in over 50 films, including "La Cabalgata del Circo" and "Los isleros".

In the 1950s, he began directing and producing films, some of which are now considered classics of Argentine cinema, including "El Ăšltimo Perro" and "El Trueno Entre Las Hojas". He also wrote screenplays, adapting works by prominent Argentine writers such as Jorge Luis Borges and Ernesto Sabato.

In addition to his work in film, del Carril was also a prolific singer and songwriter, known for his passionate performances of tango music. In the 1960s, he founded his own record label, Almendra, and recorded several successful albums.

Throughout his long career, Hugo del Carril was recognized with numerous awards, including the Konex Award for Best Actor in 1981, the Grand Prize for Best Director at the Mar del Plata Film Festival in 1958 and the Silver Condor Award for Best Director in 1956. He passed away in 1989, leaving behind a rich legacy in Argentine culture as an influential figure in film, music and theater.

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