Matilde Artero

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Matilde Artero is a Spanish actress who appeared in films from 1926 through 1961. She began her work in silent films, starting with Luis R. Alonso's La loca de la casa for Producciones Hornemann. Her first talkie was as 'Pepita' with Carlos Gardel in the 1933 French-made Les Studios Paramount Spanish musical romance Espérame, directed by Louis J. Gasnier.[1][2][3] Her final screen appearance was in the production At Five O'Clock in the Afternoon, a Spanish drama film directed in 1961 by Juan Antonio Bardem.[4]


Silent films
  • La loca de la casa (1926)
  • La ilustre fregona (1927)
  • El orgullo de Albacete (1927)
Sound films


  1. ^ Alan Gevinson (1997). American Film Institute catalog. University of California Press. p. 318. ISBN 0-520-20964-8. 
  2. ^ H.T.S. (July 3, 1933). "Esperame (1931): Musical Romance in Spanish". Retrieved November 4, 2011. 
  3. ^ Luis Gasca (1998). Un siglo de cine español (Spanish). Planeta. ISBN 84-08-02309-8. 
  4. ^ Margaret Herrick Library, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

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