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For other uses, see Aconcagua (disambiguation).
|Directed by||Leo Fleider|
|Produced by||Leo Fleider|
|Written by||Norberto Aroldi|
|Music by||Tito Ribero|
|Edited by||José Serra|
|Distributed by||Gloria Films|
|18 June 1964|
Aconcagua is a 1964 color Argentine adventure drama film directed by Leo Fleider and written by Norberto Aroldi. The title refers to the highest peak in the Andes—Aconcagua located in Argentina. The star of the film is Tito Alonso.
Production, distribution and release
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