Ignacio F. Iquino

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Ignacio F. Iquino, also credited as John Wood, Steve MacCohy, Prada-Iquino, Steve McCoy, Steve McCohy and Ignacio Iquino, was a Spanish film director (and occasionally also a producer/writer/actor/cinematographer/editor). He was born on October 25, 1910, in Valls, Tarragona Province and died on April 24, 1994, in Barcelona.

He's most commonly known as a writer/producer/director of several low-budget paella westerns (a Spanish version of a spaghetti western), the better known of which starred Richard Harrison and Fernando Sancho. Iquino also worked with some other minor stars of the time, such as Erika Blanc in Stagecoach of the Condemned (1970). Another films: Apartado de correos 1001

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