Luis Aguilar (actor)
Luis Aguilar Manzo (1918–1997) was a Mexican film and television actor and singer of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema. He was also known as El Gallo Giro, and was noted for his performances in films as El 7 leguas (1955) and El látigo negro (1958).
Aguilar was born in Hermosillo, Sonora. He was given his first leading role in the film Sota, Caballo y Rey (1944). He had two daughters(Anna Luisa y Martha Fernanda Aguilar) from his first marriage and one son (Luis Aguilar Doblado) from his second marriage with Rosario Galvez. He died on the night of October 23–24, 1997 during his sleep.
- Adventure in the Night (1948)
- What Has That Woman Done to You? (1951)
- Full Speed Ahead (1951)
- The Masked Tiger (1951)
- Made for Each Other (1953)
- The Bandits of Cold River (1956)
- Music and Money (1958)
- The Boxer (1958)
- It Happened in Mexico (1958)
- Black Skull (1960)
- Northern Courier (1960)
- My Wedding Night (1961)
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