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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.

Cinematography (feature film)

2.
Republic of Sin (1988) as Director Of Photography
A small island of the coast of a Latin American country is used as a dumping ground for political prisoners and other criminals. Soon, a power struggle ensues after the island's governor is assassinated and an idealistic replacement eventually finds that he must compromise his principles.
3.
Under the Volcano (1984) as Director Of Photography
A day in life of self-destructive British consul on the eve of World War II.
4.
Corazon de la Noche, El (1983) as Director Of Photography
5.
Children of Sanchez, The (1978) as Director Of Photography
A man's attempt to provide for his family with very little except faith and love.
6.
Vida Cambia, La (1976) as Director Of Photography
7.
Presagio (1974) as Director Of Photography
8.
Once Upon a Scoundrel (1973) as Cinematographer
A powerful Mexican don is the biggest landowner around and is accustomed to getting his way. So, when he is attracted to a pretty girl and finds out that she is engaged to someone else, he has her boyfriend thrown in jail. Aware that only the Don has the power to get the innocent man released, the g
9.
Monasterio de los buitres, El (1973) as Director Of Photography
10.
Interval (1973) as Director Of Photography
A middle-aged woman falls in love with a painter who is twenty years her junior.
11.
SeƱor de Osanto, El (1972) as Director Of Photography
12.
Kelly's Heroes (1970) as Director of Photography
An American platoon tries to recover buried treasure behind enemy lines.
13.
Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970) as Director of Photography
A wandering cowboy escorts a gunrunning nun through rough territory.
14.
The Big Cube (1969) as Director of Photography
LSD almost ruins the life of a former actress and her stepdaughter.
15.
The Exterminating Angel (1967) as Director of Photography
High society guests find themselves unable to leave the dining room after a posh dinner party.
16.
Simon of the Desert (1965) as Director of Photography
A religious sage fights temptation from Satan himself.
17.
The Night of the Iguana (1964) as Director of Photography
A defrocked priest surrenders to the sins of the flesh in a Mexican hotel.
18.
La Bandida (1963) as Director Of Photography
Enemies arrested during the Mexican revolution leave prison to find a changed world.
19.
Hombre de papel, El (1963) as Director Of Photography
A deaf and mute vagabond finds a large denomination bill in a Mexico City dump, and while he tries to buy something with it, others try to con him into giving it away.
20.
The Empty Star (1962) as Director of Photography
21.
Nazarin (1962) as Director of Photography
A priest leaves the clergy to go on a pilgrimage and learn about life.
22.
The Young One (1961) as Director of Photography
Game warden Miller lives on an isolated island off the Carolina coast. The only other inhabitant is Evvie, an innocent and naive thirteen-year-old girl. Miller is sexually attracted to the girl. When Traver, a black musician on the run from a lynch mob after being falsely accused of rape, arrives on the island Miller wants to turn him in and get him out of his way. But Evvie likes Traver and protects him. When a preacher arrives from the mainland to "rescue" Evvie from her situation, Traver's presence is discovered. Miller is now forced to decide whether to turn Traver over to the mob and in so doing lose his standing in the girl's eyes.
23.
The Important Man (1961) as Director of Photography
Animas Trujano is a colorful but irresponsible Indian in a small Mexican village. He hopes above all things someday to be chosen mayordomio of his village, a place of great honor usually conferred upon the wealthiest and most respected citizens. Animas has a loyal wife, but cheats on her and gambles away every cent they raise. Chances arise for Animas to turn over a new leaf and even hope realistically for the honor of mayordomio. But will Animas behave responsibly enough to take advantage of these opportunities?
24.
La Cucaracha (1961) as Director of Photography
Female revolutionaries compete for the same man.
25.
Beyond All Limits (1961) as Director of Photography
26.
Macario (1961) as Director of Photography
A starving peasant strikes a deal with Death.
27.
Little Angel (1961) as Director of Photography
28.
Sonatas (1959) as Cinematography (Mexico)
29.
Bolero de Raquel, El (1956) as Cinematographer
The film tells an episode of the life of a kindly hearted bootblack who becomes accidentally the tutor of an orphan but nevertheless spends all his time and effort for the sake of the boy.
30.
Cita de Amor, Una (1956) as Cinematographer
31.
The Rebellion Of The Hanged (1954)
The miserable conditions at a mahogany camp in the Mexican jungle lead the workers to revolt.
32.
El (1953) as Cinematographer
Francisco is rich, rather strict on principles, and still a bachelor. After meeting Gloria by accident, he is suddenly intent on her becoming his wife and courts her until she agrees to marry him. Francisco is a dedicated husband, but little by little his passion starts to exhibit disturbing traits. Nevertheless, Gloria meets with scepticism as she expresses her worries to their acquaintances.
33.
Dos Tipos de cuidado (1953) as Cinematographer
Two vagabonds vow to avoid women until they meet the ladies on a remote ranch.
34.
Ansiedad (1953) as Cinematographer
A widowed singer copes with her rebellious son and his more proper brother.
35.
Mar y Tu, El (1952) as Cinematographer
36.
Cuando levanta la Niebla (1952) as Cinematographer
37.
The Torch (1950) as Director of Photography
38.
Maclovia (1948) as Director Of Photography
On a small Mexican island dwells a group of Indians who live in the traditional manner and who disdain outsiders. The beautiful Maclovia and the poverty-stricken Jose Maria are in love, but her father refuses to allow their marriage, or even any communication between them, due to Jose Maria's lack of means. The young man strives to educate himself and earn enough to purchase his own fishing boat in order to win her father's favor. At the same time, a batallion of soldiers is posted there, and the brutal sergeant develops eyes for Maclovia. The conflicts come to a head on the Night of the Dead.
39.
The Pearl (1948) as Director of Photography
A Mexican fisherman thinks he's struck it rich when he discovers a valuable pearl.
40.
The Fugitive (1947) as Cinematographer
A revolutionary priest flees a Central American dictatorship.
41.
Distinto Amanecer (1943) as Director Of Photography

Producer (feature film)

42.
Maleficio II, El (1986) as Producer

Film Production - Main (feature film)

43.
Salon Mexico (1948) as Photography
Mercedes (Marga Lopez) dances for money with the clients of Salon Mexico, a famous cabaret in Mexico City. Her younger sister Beatriz (Derbez) studies in an expensive private school, paid by Mercedes. Obviously, young Beatriz doesn't know about her sister's job. Troubles begin when Mercedes wins a danzon contest with Paco (Acosta), her pimp. Paco refuses to share the prize with Mercedes, so she steals the money when he's sleeping.
44.
Tarzan and the Mermaids (1948) as Photog
Tarzan and Jane try to keep a woman from being forced to marry a con artist.
45.
Enamorada (1946) as Photography
A revolutionary and a noblewoman fall in love despite their political differences.
46.
Bugambilia (1945) as Photography
47.
Abandonadas, Las (1945) as Photography
A young woman, abandoned by her womanizing fiancT, is forced to provide for the upbringing of her son and combat the difficulties of being an unmarried mother during the strife of early 20-century Mexico.
48.
Fuga, La (1944) as Photography
49.
Bajo el cielo de Mexico (1937) as Photography
50.
Mujeres mandan, Las (1937) as Photography
51.
Alla en el Rancho Grande (1936) as Photography
52.
Vamonos con Pancho Villa (1936) as Photography
Six peasants join Pancho Villa's revolution in search of justice.
53.
Primo Brasilio, El (1935) as Photography

Cast (short)

54.
On the Trail of the Iguana (1964)
This short film provides a behind-the-scenes look at the on-location filming of "The Night of the Iguana" (1964).

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