Conrado Conde

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Conrado Conde (born 1911) was a Filipino film director and an actor who made his first acting appearance as an extra in Parlatone Hispano-Filipino Carmelita a Roy de Silva movie and in the 1941 musical Panambitan.

His last movie is from LVN Pictures Prinsipe Tenoso (Prince Tenoso) a swashbuckling movie with Leopoldo Salcedo where he directed his debut.

After the war broke, he returned to LVN to direct the movie Dalawang Daigdig (Two Worlds).

His first appearance in Premiere Production was Ang Hiwaga ng Tulay na Bato (The Mystery of the Stoned-Bridge).

In 1953, he signed a contract to Sampaguita Pictures and spent his career for almost 3 decades.


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