Irma Córdoba

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Irma Córdoba
Born July 20, 1913
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Died May 18, 2008(2008-05-18) (aged 94)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Years active 1932–1999

Irma Córdoba (July 20, 1913 – May 18, 2008) was an Argentine film actress of the classic era.

She entered the film industry in 1932 and appeared in over 30 films, spanning 65 years of Argentine film. She appeared in films such as Fuera de la ley 1937 and Atorrante (1939). She retired in 1997.

Filmography[edit]

  • Mundo contra mí, El (1997)
  • Eva Perón (1996) .... Marguarita Achaval Junco
  • "Precio del poder, El" (1992) TV Series .... Mother of Lucio
  • "Stress" (1990) TV Series .... Maruca
  • "Amor prohibido" (1986) TV Series
  • Venido a menos (1984)
  • "Yolanda Luján" (1984) TV Series .... Sara Sotomayor
  • Bárbara (1980) .... La Dama
  • "Fabián 2 Mariana 0" (1980) TV Series
  • "Profesión, ama de casa" (1979) TV Series .... Mercedes
  • Separate Tables (1974) (TV) .... Mrs. Maude Raillon-Bell
  • Me gusta esa chica (1973)
  • Sonrisa de mamá, La (1972)
  • "Me llaman Gorrión" (1972) TV Series .... Celia (unknown episodes)
  • "Esta noche... miedo" (1970) TV Series
  • Maternidad sin hombres (1968)
  • Locas del conventillo, Las (1966)
  • "Show Standard Electric" (1965) (mini) TV Series
  • Festín de Satanás, El (1958)
  • Cinco gallinas y el cielo (1957)
  • "Mi marido y mi padrino" (1957) TV Series
  • Christmas with the Poor (1947)
  • Mirad los lirios del campo (1947)
  • Deshojando margaritas (1946)
  • Delirio (1944)
  • A Light in the Window (1942) .... Angélica
  • Noche de bodas (1942)
  • Locos de verano (1942)
  • Último refugio (1941)
  • Cuatro corazones (1939)
  • Atorrante (1939)
  • Three Argentines in Paris (1938) .... Ángela Torres
  • Fuera de la ley (1937) .... Emilia
  • La Muchacha del circo(1937)
  • The Boys Didn't Wear Hair Gel Before (1937) .... Camila Peña
  • Forastero, El (1937)
  • Internado (1935)
  • The Favorite (1935) .... Esther Peña
  • Buenos Aires Nights (1935)
  • Rapsodia gaucha (1932)

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