Carlos Montalbán
Actor
Carlos Montalbán
Carlos Montalbán was a Mexican character actor. Montalbán was born in Mexico City, Distrito Federal, the son of Ricarda and Jenaro Montalbán, a store manager. He was the older brother of actor Ricardo Montalbán. Although not as famous as his younger brother, he is notable for having starred as "El Exigente" in a series of coffee advertisements for Savarin Coffee in the 1960s and for portraying two different characters named "Vargas".
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Vecinos, intranquilos por paso de Metrovía - El Universo
Google News - over 5 years
Las otras 28 paradas serán construidas a lo largo de las calles Carlos Montalbán, Josefina Barba, Letamendi, Francisco de Marcos, Pedro Moncayo y Alejo Lascano y, además, las avenidas 25 de Julio, Cordero Crespo, Pedro Menéndez Gilbert, Américas,
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Preparan una película de los Juegos Centroamericanos del 2010 con vídeos caseros - EFE
Google News - over 5 years
La película incluye además la narración en inglés por el director, productor y actor estadounidense Orson Welles (1915-1985) y en español por el mexicano Carlos Montalbán (1903-1991). "A step away" fue la sexta película más taquillera en Puerto Rico en
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Crecimiento en fondos mutuos - LaRepública.pe
Google News - over 5 years
En tanto, el gerente general de Interfondos, Carlos Montalbán, proyectó que el patrimonio administrado de los fondos mutuos cerraría el año por encima de US$ 5.500 millones. Comente, analice, critique de manera seria. Mensajes con contenido vulgar,
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Carlos Montalban, 87; Actor and Dancer Dies
NYTimes - almost 26 years
Carlos Montalban, an actor and dancer whose film career spanned four decades, died Thursday at his home in Manhattan. He was 87 years old. He died of heart failure, said Joel Brokaw, a spokesman for the family. Mr. Montalban, the brother of the actor Ricardo Montalban, was perhaps most familiar to American television viewers in the 1960's and 70's
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LINCOLN CENTER GOES OUT OF DOORS
NYTimes - over 33 years
THE sounds of bluegrass and Bach, mariachi bands and jazz will fill Lincoln Center's plazas and park this weekend and for days beyond. Somebody may imitate a chair. Dancers will present everything from classical ballet to ''The Black Cockroach Pas de Deux.'' Theater companies will perform. And so will the inventor of something called a
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GREGORY HARRISON IN 'THE FIGHTER'
NYTimes - about 34 years
GREGORY HARRISON, star of the series ''Trapper John, M.D.,'' occasionally ventures out into a television movie. Last time, it was ''For Ladies Only,'' in which he played a male stripper in a nightclub that caters to cheering and whistling female customers. Now, tomorrow night at 9 on CBS-TV, Mr. Harrison is going the wellworn route of the
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