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Eduardo Noriega

Eduardo Noriega

Birthdate: September 15, 1916

Deathdate: August 14, 2007

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Eduardo Noriega (September 25, 1916 – August 14, 2007) was a Mexican film actor who has appeared in over 100 films, mainly Mexican. His best known English-language role was as Don Francisco from San Jose in Zorro, The Gay Blade. He also appeared in several television productions, such as "La Esposa Virgen" and "La Madastra". He is buried in Mexico City's cemetery, Iglesia de... ...detailed bio


The Last Stand (2013)

Sheriff Ray Owens (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is a man who has resigned himself to a life of fighting what little crime takes place in sleepy border town Sommerton Junction, Arizona, after leaving his LAPD post following a bungled operation that left him wracked with failure and defeat after his part...

Blackthorn (2011)

Twenty years after his disappearance in 1908, an aged Butch Cassidy (Sam Shepard), living under the assumed name James Blackthorn in a secluded village in Bolivia, decides to end his long exile and return to the United States after learning of the death of Etta Place. He writes to her son, Ryan, ...

Little Indi (2010)


Gigola (2010)

George, a charismatic and adventurous young woman, born from an old, catholic family, falls in love, in her teens, with a female teacher named Sybil. Devastated by her lover's eventual suicide, some years later, George embarks on an exciting and reckless journey to the depths of Pigalle's nightli...

Agnosia (2010)

The protagonist is a young woman, Joana Prats suffering from agnosia, a strange, primary visual disease that is one of the neuropsychological disorders of perception. Although her eyes and ears are in perfect condition, her brain is not able to correctly interpret the stimuli it receives. Joana i...

For The Good Of Others (2010)


Vantage Point (2008)

U.S. President Henry Ashton (William Hurt) attends a political summit in Salamanca, Spain to promote an international treaty. Displayed with eight differing viewpoints, an assassination attempt on the president occurs, relayed in a time span of 23 minutes. Each time the events unfold from the beg...

Transsiberian (2008)

An American couple, Roy (Woody Harrelson) and Jessie (Emily Mortimer), take the train from Beijing to Moscow as an adventurous side trip on their return home from a Christian mission in China. The gregarious Roy befriends their cabin mates, a Spanish man, Carlos (Eduardo Noriega), travelling with...

Lolita's Club (2007)

Raul Fuentes, a brooding police officer prone to violence and alcohol, is placed on unpaid leave after he has beaten Moncho Tristan, the son of a local drug trafficker. Mazuera, a snitch from a drug mafia ring, tells Raul that members of the drug clan are looking for him to kill him. Mazuera stri...

The Method (2005)

After an introduction showing the AZCA area of Madrid during a meeting of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank with accompanying anti-globalization protests, The story tells of seven people that have been selected among several applicants for one final round to determine who will g...

Che Guevara (2005)

When he is captured in Bolivia, the "Che" is conducted to prission, when he remembers his life facts, the revolution and the women.

My Angel (2005)

A prostitute takes in a young orphaned boy.

The Wolf (2004)

Lobo is based on the life of Mikel Lejarza, an agent of the Spanish intelligence service in the 1970s. During the last stages of Franco's dictatorship between 1973 and 1975, Lejarza infiltrated ETA, a paramilitary group seeking independence for the Basque Country, and was responsible for the down...

Novo (2003)

Novo is a 2002 romantic comedy film starring Eduardo Noriega.

The Devil's Backbone (2001)

Casares (Federico Luppi) and Carmen (Marisa Paredes) operate a small home for orphans in a remote part of Spain during the Spanish Civil War. Helping the couple mind the orphanage are Jacinto (Eduardo Noriega), the groundskeeper, and Conchita (Irene Visedo), a teacher who is also involved with Ja...

Burnt Money (2000)

The setting is Argentina, 1965. El Nene (Leonardo Sbaraglia), a petty thief, and Angel (Eduardo Noriega), a drifter, meet in the bathroom of a Buenos Aires subway station, and from that moment they are inseparable. They become known as "the twins", but their relationship is in fact that of lovers...

Nobody Knows Anybody (1999)

Nobody Knows Anybody (Spanish: Nadie conoce a nadie) is a 1999 Spanish film directed by Mateo Gil.

Abre los Ojos (1997)

From a prison cell in Madrid, César (Eduardo Noriega), a 25-year-old in a prosthetic mask, tells his story to psychiatrist Antonio (Chete Lera). Flashbacks reveal the following events: good-looking César is attractive to women. At his birthday party, he flirts with Sofía (Penélope Cruz), the girl...

Thesis (1996)

Ángela (Torrent) is a film student at the Madrid's University Complutense. Searching for research material for her thesis (hence the film's title) on audio-visual violence, she attains the friendship of Chema (Martínez), a fellow student and introvert with an encyclopedic collection of violent an...

Question of Luck (1996)

In the Spanish neo-noir film Question of Luck Julio (Eduardo Noriega) is at a turning point in his life. His fish farm business has collapsed, and his attractive fiancee, Concha (Leire Berrocal) is pushing Julio to get married. But Julio seems strangely unenthusiastic about marrying into Concha’s...