Juan García (Mexican actor)
Juan García Garza (5 February 1905 – 12 October 1973), nicknamed "El Peralvillo", was a Mexican actor and screenwriter. He wrote the screenplays of the films of comedian Germán Valdés, beginning in Tender Pumpkins (1949), and was credited for the street talk featured in Valdés's films.
Juan García Garza
5 February 1905
|Died||12 October 1973 (aged 68)|
Mexico City, Mexico
|Occupation||Actor and screenwriter|
Selected filmography as actorEdit
- The Circus (1943)
- Romeo and Juliet (1943)
- A Day with the Devil (1945)
- Enamorada (1946)
- Río Escondido (1948)
- Tender Pumpkins (1949)
- Rough But Respectable (1949)
- The King of the Neighborhood (1950)
- The Mark of the Skunk (1950)
- Sinbad the Seasick (1950)
- The Honesty of the Lock (1950)
- Oh Darling! Look What You've Done! (1951)
- Snow White (1952)
- The Beautiful Dreamer (1952)
- You've Got Me By the Wing (1953)
- Here Come the Freeloaders (1953)
- The Island of Women (1953)
- God Created Them (1953)
- Blowing Wild (1953)
- The Unknown Mariachi (1953)
- Bluebeard (1955)
- Look What Happened to Samson (1955)
- Barefoot Sultan (1956)
- Monsiváis, p. 114.
- Hershfield & Maciel, p. 76.
- García Riera, p. 170.
- Monsiváis, Carlos (1997). Mexican Postcards. Verso.
- Hershfield, Joanne; Maciel, David R. (1999). Mexico's Cinema: A Century of Film and Filmmakers. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
- García Riera, Emilio (1986). Historia del cine mexicano. Secretaría de Educación Pública.