Margarita de Ochoa was a Spanish film editor who worked on around fifty films during her career including Calle Mayor (1956). Ochoa edited a wide range of commercial films beginning in the 1940s, and worked with Spanish directors Jose Antonio Nieves Conde and Juan Antonio Bardem. Nieves Conde called upon Ochoa to edit seven of the eleven films he produced in the first half of his career. Bardem, after his first film and until Ochoa’s death in the mid 1960s, employed only herto edit his films no one else. 
Margarita de Ochoa
|Other names||Margarita Ochoa|
|Years active||1940-1970 (film)|
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