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Filmography


The films that created a legend...!




























Codes:
D= Director    A= Other actors    aka= alternative title



1) "TE QUIERO PARA MÍ"  (Spain 1944)
D: Ladislao Vajda
A:Antonio Casal, Isabelita de Pomes, José Nieto
   (Billed as "Maria Alejandra" in the film credits)

2)  "EMPEZÓ EN BODA"  (Spain 1944)
D: Raffaello Matarazzo
A: Fernándo Fernán Gomez, Guadalupe M. Sampedro, Rafael Bardem
    (First film as "Sara Montiel")
3)  "BAMBÚ" (Spain 1945)
D: José Luis Sáez de Heredia
A: Imperio Argentina, Luis Peña, Fernando Fernández de Córdoba, Fernándo Fernán Gómez

4) "SE LE FUÉ EL NOVIO" (Spain 1945)
D: Julio Salvador
A: Fernándo Fernán Gómez, Marta Flores, Ramón Martori, Emilio Fábregas

5) "EL MISTERIOSO VIAJERO DEL CLIPPER"(Spain 1946)
D: Gonzalo Delgrás
A: Margarita Robles, Emilio Ruiz, José Maria Ovies, Lily Vicenti, Camino Garrigo                                                                                                 

6) "POR EL GRAN PREMIO" (Spain 1946)
D: Pierre Caron
A: Bárbara Paola, Manuel Moran, Matilde Muñoz Sampedro, Tony Leblanc, Raul Cancio

7)  "VIDAS CONFUSAS" (Spain, 1947)
D: Jerónimo Mihura
A: Enrique Guitart, Guillermina Grin, Julia Caba Alba, Juanita Manso

8) "CONFIDENCIA" (Spain 1947)
D: Jerónimo Mihura
A: Julio Peña, Myriam Day, Carmen Muñoz, Camino Garrigo, Julia Lagos

9) "MARIONA REBULL" (Spain 1947)
D: José Luis Sáenz de Heredia
A: José Maria Seoane, Blanca de Silos, Tomás Blanco

10) "ALHUCEMAS" (Spain 1948)
D: José López Rubio
A: Julio Peña, Nani Fernández, Tony Leblanc, Francisco Rabal

11) "DON QUIJOTE DE LA MANCHA" (Spain 1948)
D: Rafael Gil
        aka "DON QUIXOTE" (in the U.S.A)
A: Rafael Rivelles, Juan Calvo, Fernándo Rey, Manolo Morán, Milagros Leal

12) "LOCURA DE AMOR" (Spain 1948)
D: Juan de Orduña
        aka "THE MAD QUEEN" (in the U.S.A.)
A: Aurora Baustista, Fernándo Rey, Jorge Mistral

13) "LA MIES ES MUCHA" (Spain 1949)
D: José Luis Sáenz de Heredia
A: Fernándo Fernán Gómez, Enrique Guitart, Julia Caba Alba, Rafael Bardem

14)  "PEQUEñECES" (Spain 1950)
D: Juan de Orduña
A: Aurora Bautista, Jorge Mistral, Lina Yegros, Maria Asquerino, Luis Sanz
(Special guest appearance by Sara Montiel)

15) "EL CAPITÁN VENENO" (Spain 1950)
D: Luis Marquina
A: Fernándo Fernán Gómez, Amparo Martí, Julia Caba Alba, José Isbert

16) "THAT MAN FROM TANGIERS" (U.S.-Spain 1950)
D: Robert Elwyn
      aka "AQUEL HOMBRE DE TANGER"
A: Nils Asther, Nancy Coleman, Roland Young, Margaret Wycherly

17) "FURIA ROJA" (U.S.-Mexico 1950)
D: Steve Sekely
      aka "STRONGHOLD" (in the U.S.)
      aka "MISION PELIGROSA" (In Spain)
A: Arturo de Córdova, Emilia Guiú, Gustavo Rojo, Carlos López Moctezuma
    (Miss Montiel appears in the Spanish language version only.
The English version featured Veronica Lake)

18) "NECESITO DINERO" (Mexico 1951)
D: Miguel Zacarías
A: Pedro Infante, Irma Dorantes, Elda Peralta, Maruja Grifell

19) "CARCEL DE MUJERES" (Mexico 1951)
       aka "LE BAGNE DES FILLES PERDUES" (in France & Belgique)
D: Miguel M. Delgado
A: Miroslava, Katy Jurado, Maria Douglas, Emma Roldán, Tito Junco

20) "AHI VIENE MARTIN CORONA" (Mexico 1951)
D. Miguel Zacarías
       aka "AMORCITO DE MI VIDA"
A: Pedro Infante, Lalo González "Piporro", José Alfredo Jimenez

21) "EL ENAMORADO" (Mexico 1951)
D: Miguel Zacarías
       aka "VUELVE MARTIN CORONA"
A: Pedro Infante, Lalo González "Piporro", Irma Dorantes

22) "ELLA, LUCIFER Y YO" (Mexico 1952)
D: Miguel Morayta
         aka: "POR EL AMOR DE UNA MUJER" (In Spain)
A: Abel Salazar, Carlos López Moctezuma, Dalia Iñiguez, Trio Calaveras

23) "YO SOY GALLO DONDEQUIERA" (Mexico 1952)  
D: Roberto Rodriguez
       aka "JIMMY" (in Spain)
A: Joaquín Cordero, Marco de Carlo, Julio Villareal, Freddy Fernández

24) "PIEL CANELA" (Mexico-Cuba 1953)
 D: Juan J. Ortega
A: Manolo Fábregas, Ramon Gay, Fernándo Casanova, Rosa Elena Durgel

25) "PORQUE YA NO ME QUIERES" (Mexico 1953)
D: Chano Urueta
A: Raúl Martínez, Agustín Lara, Wolf Ruvinskis, Maruja Grifell

26) "SE SOLICITAN MODELOS" (Mexico 1954)
D: Chano Urueta
A: Raúl Martínez, Chula Prieto, Domingo Soler, Antonio Espino "Clavillazo"

27) "FRENTE AL PECADO DE AYER" (Mexico-Cuba 1954)
D: Juan J. Ortega
       aka: "CUANDO SE QUIERE DE VERAS" (Spain)
A: Alberto González Rubio, Magda Guzmán, Dalia Iñiguez, Andres Soler, Alejandro Lugo

28) "YO NO CREO EN LOS HOMBRES"(Mexico-Cuba 1954)
D: Juan J. Ortega
A: Roberto Cañedo, Dalia Iñiguez, Rebeca Iturbide, Rafael Bertrand

29) "VERA CRUZ" (U.S.1954)
 D: Robert Aldrich
A: Gary Cooper, Burt Lancaster, Cesar Romero, Denise Darcel, Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronson

30) "DONDE EL CIRCULO TERMINA" (Mexico 1955)
D: Alfredo B. Crevenna
       aka "CIRCLE OF DEATH" (in the U.S.A.)
       aka "LA AMBICIOSA" (in Spain)
       aka "LA BELLE DE MEXICO" (in France)
A: Raul Ramírez, Nadia Haro Oliva, Jorge Martínez de Hoyos

31) "SERENADE" (U.S. 1955)
D: Anthony Mann
       aka "DOS PASIONES Y UN AMOR" (in Spain)
A: Mario Lanza, Joan Fontaine, Vincent Price, Vince Edwards

32) "THE RUN OF THE ARROW" (U.S. 1957)
D: Samuel Fuller
       aka "YUMA" (in Spain)
A: Rod Steiger, Brian Keith, Ralph Meeker, Charles Bronson

33) "EL ULTIMO CUPLÉ" (Spain 1957)
D: Juan de Orduña
       aka "VALENCIA" (in France & Italy)
A: Armando Calvo, Matilde Muñoz Sampedro, Enrique Vera, Alfredo Mayo

34) "LA VIOLETERA" (Spain-Italy 1958)
D: Luis César Amadori
       aka "LA BELLA FIORAIA DI MADRID" (In Italy)
       aka "ES BEGAN IN DER SYVESTERNATCH"  (In Germany)
A: Raf Vallone,  Frank Villard, Ana Mariscal, Tomás Blanco, Charles Fawcett, Toni Soler

35) "CARMEN, LA DE RONDA" (Spain 1959)
D: Tulio Demichelli
       aka "THE DEVIL MADE A WOMAN"  (In U.S.A. & U.K.)
       aka "A GIRL AGAINST NAPOLEON" (In U.S.A. television)
       aka "CARMEN DE GRENADE" (In France)
       aka "DUELLO IMPLACABILE" (In Italy)
       aka "DAS MäDCHEN AUS GRANADA" (In Germany)
A: Jorge Mistral, Maurice Ronet, Amadeo Nazzari, German Cobos

36) "MI ULTIMO TANGO" (Spain 1960)
D: Luis César Amadori
 aka "MON DERNIER TANGO" (in France)
"L'ULTIMO TANGO" (Italy)
A: Maurice Ronet, Isabel Garcés

37) "PECADO DE AMOR" (Spain-Italy 1961)
D: Luis César Amadori
aka "AVE MARIA" (International title)
        aka "MAGDALENA, PÉCHÉ D'AMOUR" (alternate French title)
        aka "IL MIO AMORE E' SCRITTO SUL VENTO (in Italy)
A: Reginald Kernan, Mario Girotti (aka Terence Hill), Rafael Alonso, Gerard Tichy


38) "LA BELLA LOLA" (Spain-Italy-France 1962)
D: Alfonso Balcázar
        aka "UNE DAME AUX CAMELIAS" (In France)
        aka "QUEL NOSTRO IMPOSSIBILE AMORE" (in Italy)
A: Antonio Cifarello, Frank Villard, Luisa Mattioli, German Cobos, Laura Nucci

39) "LA REINA DEL CHANTECLER" (Spain 1963)
D: Rafael Gil
       aka "L'ESPIONNE DE MADRID" (In France)
       aka "LA DEA DEL PECCATO" (In Italy)
A: Alberto De Mendoza, Luigi Guiliani, Ana Mariscal, Milagros Leal

40) "NOCHES DE CASABLANCA" (Spain-France-Italy 1963)
D: Henri Decoin
       aka "CASABLANCA, NID D'ESPIONS" (In France)
       aka "BESAME" (In Latin America)
       aka "SPIONAGGIO A CASABLANCA" (in Italy)
A: Maurice Ronet, Franco Fabrizzi, Leo Anchoriz, Gerard Tichy, Tomas Blanco

41) "SAMBA" (Spain 1964)
D: Rafael Gil
        aka "SAMBA A RIO" (In France, Belgium)
        aka "DOSSIER 107, MITRA E DIAMANTI" (In Italy)
A: Marc Michel, Fosco Giachetti, Carlos Alberto, Zeni Pereira, Grande Otelo, Arlindo Rodriguez and "Academicos do Salgueiro"

42) "LA DAMA DE BEIRUT" (Spain-France-Italy 1965)
D: Ladislao Vajda
       aka "CADA NOCHE UN AMOR" (In Latin America)
       aka "LA AVENTURE A BEYROUTH" (In France)
       aka "LA DAMA DI BEYRUT" (In Italy)
aka  "CARGO OF FLESH"(English version)
A: Fernand Gravey, Magali Noel, Giancarlo Del Duca, Alain Saury

43) "LA MUJER PERDIDA" (Spain-France-Italy 1966)
D: Tulio Demichelli
       aka "LA FEMME PERDUE" (In France)
       aka "QUEL NOSTRO GRANDE AMORE"(Italy)
A: Giancarlo Del Duca, Massimo Seratto, Carmen Bernardos, Christian Minazzoli,
Rafael Bardem

44) "TUSET STREET" (Spain 1967)
D: Luis Marquina
       aka "LA AMANTE" (In Latin America)
A: Patrick Bauchau, Teresa Gimpera, Luis Berlanga

45) "ESA MUJER" (Spain 1968)
D: Mario Camús
      aka "SOLEDAD-CHI PUò CONDANNARLA?" (In Italy)
A: Ivan Rassinov, Hugo Sánchez, Cándida Losada, Matilde Muñoz Sampedro

46) "VARIETES" (Spain 1971)
D: J.A. Bardem
       aka "LÁGRIMAS NEGRAS" (In Latin America)
A: Vicente Parra, Chris Avram, Trini Alonso

47) "CINCO ALMOHADAS  PARA UNA NOCHE" (Spain 1974)
D: Pedro Lazaga
A: Craig Hill, Manuel Merino, Manuel Zarzo, Rafael Arcos, Perla Cristal, Manuel Tejada,
Vic Winner


OTHER FILM CREDITS:

48) "LA CASA DE LOS MARTINEZ" (Spain 1971)
D: Agustín Navarro
A: Julita Martínez, Carlos Muñoz, José Rubio, Rafaela Aparicio, Florinda Chico
Film is based on a popular television sitcom.  Guest appearance by Sara playing herself.

49) "CANCIONES PARA DESPUES DE UNA GUERRA" (Spain 1971)
D: Basilio Martín Patino  
Documentary about the Spanish Civil War and World War II. Includes a film clip of Sara.

50) "CANCIONES DE NUESTRA VIDA" (Spain 1975)
D: Eduardo Manzanos Brochero
A documentary celebrating Spanish musicals. Includes Montiel in a film clip from
"Cinco Almohadas Para Una Noche" (1974)

51) "ASALTAR LOS CIELOS" ("Storm the skies") (Spain 1996)
Written and directed by José Luis López Linares and Javier Arroyo
Award-winning documentary profiling the story of Ramón Mercader, the confessed assassin of Leon Trotsky, through the testimony of people who knew him including Sara Montiel who visited him in prison.  Mercader's daughter also recalls  that her father was a huge Montiel fan.
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52) "NUESTRA SARA" (Sara 1999)
Made for TV documentary including interview with Sara Montiel and film clips from her films.
Released on home video by Video Mercury.

53) "SOMBRAS Y LUCES (Spain 1996)
D: Antonio Gemenez-Rico
A documentary celebrating 100 years of Spanish cinema. Features film clips from the most important productions including some from Sara Montiel movies. Produced by Enrique Cerezo for Spain's Ministry of Culture.  Cinematographer: Porfirio Enriquez.
Music: Gregorio García Segura.

54) "SARA, UNA ESTRELLA" (Spain 2001)
D: José Briz
A documentary starring Sara Montiel in a restrospective of her life and career.   Testimonials about Sara by writer Terenci Moix, director J.A. Bardem, actors Joaquín Cordero, Raul Ramírez, Irma Dorantes, Icíar Bollaín, Esperanza Roy, Magda Guzmán, Manuel Zarzo, etc.
  Produced by José Antonio Pérez Giner.
(World premiere at the Seville Film and Sports Festival, November 2001)

55) "MACHIN, TODA UNA VIDA" ( Spain 2002)
D: Nuria Villazán
A documentary on the life of legendary Cuban crooner Antonio Machín. Includes testimonials from Sara Montiel, Juan Manuel Serrat, Joaquín Sabina, Antonio Gala and others.

56) "ZERO / INFINITO" ( Spain 2002)
D: Javier Aguirre
An experimental film illustrating basic concepts described as "zero" or the "infinite".  Sara Montiel and other celebrities reads certain texts throughout the film. Also features Manuel de Blas, Mary Carrillo, José Pedro Carrión, José Manuel Cervino, Emma Cohen, Fernando Fernán Gómez, Nati Mistral,  José María Pou, Esperanza Roy, Santiago Segura, María Jesús Valdés and Francisco Rabal  

57) "A THOUSAND CLOUDS OF PEACE" (Mexico 2003)
D: Julián Hernández
This gay film had a successful run at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival and was an award winner at the 2004 Berlin Film Festival.  It deals with the frustrations of Gerardo (Juan Carlos Ortuño), a young gay Mexican searching for true love.  Impressed by the 1957 film "El Último Cuplé", Gerardo chooses the song "Nena", sung by Sara Montiel, as his favorite love theme.  The song becomes the leit motif of a doomed romance and consecuently of the film itself.  
 Released on DVD with English subtitles.

58) "BAD EDUCATION" (Spain 2004)
D: Pedro Almodóvar
A: Gael García Bernal, Fele Martínez, Daniel Giménez Cacho, Sandra
Controvertial  film dealing with child sexual abuse, homosexuality and transvestism includes a tribute to Sara Montiel's beauty and cultural impact. Contains film clips from "Esa Mujer" (1968).  There is also a sequence inspired by the film  "Noches de Casablanca" (1963) in which actor Gael García Bernal, as a transvestite named "Sahara," lip-synchs to Montiel's recording of "Quizás, Quizás, Quizás."  Also transvestite actor Sandra lip-synchs the song "Maniquí Parisien" from "Mi Ultimo Tango" (1960).

59)  "PARADAS CONTINUAS" (Mexico 2009)
D: Gustavo Loza
A: Luis Arrieta, Ramón Valdéz, Cassandra Changherotti, Javier Gurruchaga.
Coming of age comedy includes in soundtrack "Quizás, Quizás, Quizás" performed by
Sara Montiel.


60) "ABRAZAME" (Spain 2011)
D: Oscar Parra de Carrizosa
A: Julián Teurláis, Kiko Gutiérrez, David García Palencia, Beatriz Rico, Pablo Pinedo,
Javier Gurruchaga. Special guest star: Sara Montiel


61)  "BAREFOOT IN THE KITCHEN" (Spain 2013)
D: Diego Galán
A: Carlos Hipólito (narrator)
Documentary retracing the role of women in Spanish society as portrayed in Spanish films from the 1930s to the present day. Over 180 film clips are shown including some from
Sara Montiel films.



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