15 August 1907|
Villahermosa, Ciudad Real, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
|Died||19 June 2013
Mexico City, Mexico
Miguel Morayta (15 August 1907 – 19 June 2013) was a Spanish film director and screenwriter. He directed 74 films between 1944 and 1978. At the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, Morayta was a Spanish artillery officer, who joined the Republican side. After Francisco Franco's victory, he left Spain for France and Africa, finally arriving in Mexico in 1941, where he started his career. He was living in Mexico when he died at 105.
- Amor perdido (1951)
- Road of Hell (1951)
- The Martyr of Calvary (1952)
- Pain (1953)
- Amor se dice cantando (1959)
- The Partisan of Villa (1967)
- La Bataille de San Sebastian (1968)
- "Miguel Morayta: Un olvido de cine". abc.es. Retrieved 3 March 2010.
- Spanish-Born Filmmaker Miguel Morayta Dies in Mexico at 105
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