Fuego (1969 film)

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Fuego poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Armando Bó
Produced by Armando Bó
Written by Armando Bó
Starring Isabel Sarli
Music by Humberto Ubriaco
Armando Bó
Cinematography Ricardo Younis
Edited by Rosalino Caterbetti
Sociedad Independiente Filmadora Argentina (S.I.F.A.)
Distributed by Haven International Pictures (1969, USA, subtitled)
Columbia Pictures (World-wide theatrical)
Haven International Pictures (Argentina)
Release date
1969 (Spain)
10 October 1969 (U.S.)
27 January 1971 (Japan)
23 September 1971 (Argentina)
Running time
90 minutes
Country Argentina
Language Spanish
Budget $15000[1]

Fuego (English: Fire) is a 1969 Argentine sexploitation drama film written, produced and directed by Armando Bó and starring Isabel Sarli, Bó and Alba Mujica.

The film has been cited as a favorite by filmmaker John Waters, who presented it as his annual selection within the 2002 Maryland Film Festival. It was also a featured film in episode three of the Here! network original series John Waters Presents Movies That Will Corrupt You.



  1. ^ Arnaud, Charlotte; Collectif; Courtemanche, Philippe; Fernandes, Carla; Morsch Kihn, Eva (1999). Cinémas d'Amérique latine N° 7/1999. Presses Univ. du Mirail. ISBN 978-2858164479. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 

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