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Acteur dans 128 films

Né(e) le 08 mars 1926

Lieu de naissance
Águilas, Murcia, Región de Murcia, Spain

Mort le 29 août 2001 (à 75 ans)

Francisco Rabal

Acteur dans

  • Corleone
  • Goya en Burdeos
  • La novia de medianoche
  • La gran mentira
  • Belle de jour
  • Le Convoi de la peur
  • Luces de Bohemia
  • La hora bruja
  • Las largas vacaciones del 36
  • Marisa la civetta
  • Pequeños milagros
  • Las melancólicas
  • Autopsia de un criminal
  • La moglie giovane
  • The Wide Blue Road
  • La guerrilla
  • El beso de Judas
  • Les Aventures Extraordinaires de Cervantes
  • La storia
  • Amanecer en Puerta Oscura
  • La peccatrice
  • Vers la révolution en 2CV
  • L'Affaire Mori
  • Todo es posible en Granada
  • Les Sorcières
  • La Rimpatriata
  • Marie Chantal contre Dr. Kha
  • El hermano bastardo de Dios
  • I lunghi giorni della vendetta
  • Le Désert des Tartares
  • L'Éclipse
  • La pícara molinera
  • Un complicato intrigo di donne, vicoli e delitti
  • Io sono mia
  • La Gerusalemme liberata
  • Mathias Sandorf
  • Airbag
  • Nazarin
  • Reborn
  • Dagon
  • Ann och Eve - de erotiska
  • Traficantes de pánico
  • Hay un camino a la derecha
  • Speed Driver
  • La religieuse
  • Amigo !... mon colt a deux mots à te dire
  • Los paraísos perdidos
  • Divinas palabras
  • Los santos inocentes
  • Attache-moi !
  • Viridiana
  • Eagles Over London
  • L'Avion de l'apocalypse
  • Así en el cielo como en la tierra
  • L'homme qui a perdu son ombre
  • La Lola se va a los puertos
  • Das Vermächtnis des Inka
  • Talk of Angels
  • Hoy Como Ayer
  • La guerra de Dios
  • Camino del Rocío
  • El hombre de la isla
  • El disputado voto del señor Cayo
  • Pensione Paura
  • Currito de la Cruz
  • Murió hace quince años
  • Sangre en el ruedo
  • Setenta veces siete
  • Trío de damas
  • El aire de un crimen
  • The Rebel
  • Hunted City
  • Sonatas
  • Pajarico
  • Tiempo de silencio
  • Sal gorda
  • Truhanes
  • I tromboni di Fra' Diavolo
  • Emilia... parada y fonda
  • El diablo también llora
  • Simón Bolívar
  • Cabezas Cortadas
  • Il sorriso del grande tentatore
  • Escapada final (Scapegoat)
  • Peixe-Lua
  • Laia
  • A Time of Destiny
  • Los desafíos
  • Epilogue
  • Padre nuestro
  • Las bodas de Blanca
  • El tesoro de las cuatro coronas
  • Noche de verano
  • Metralleta 'Stein'
  • Barroco
  • Faccia di spia
  • Tormento
  • Llanto por un bandido
  • N.P.
  • 'El' Che Guevara
  • Stay as You Are
  • Marbella, un golpe de cinco estrellas
  • El palomo cojo
  • La colmena
  • Sor intrépida
  • España insólita
  • Divertimento
  • Diario Spagnolo
  • Le Conseiller
  • Pianeta Venere
  • Le gros coup
  • Oscuros sueños de agosto
  • Le città del mondo
  • Azahares rojos
  • María Rosa
  • Mort d'un cycliste
  • ¿Tú qué harías por amor?
  • Hand in the Trap (La mano en la trampa)
  • Il giovane Garibaldi
  • Victòria! La gran aventura d'un poble
  • Beyond Erotica
  • Felicidades, Tovarich
  • Le Convoi de la peur
  • Le Convoi de la peur
  • Le Convoi de la peur
  • Le Convoi de la peur
  • Divine
  • Terre sans pain
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Francisco Rabal (March 8, 1926 – August 29, 2001), perhaps better known as Paco Rabal, was a Spanish actor born in Águilas, a small town in the province of Murcia, Spain. In 1936, after the Spanish Civil War broke out. Rabal and his family left Murcia and moved to Madrid. Young Francisco had to work as a street salesboy and in a chocolate factory. When he was 13 years old, he left school to work as an electrician at Estudios Chamartín. Rabal got some sporadic jobs as an extra. Dámaso Alonso and other people advised him to try his luck with a career in theater. During the following years, he got some roles in theater companies such as Lope de Vega or María Guerrero. It was there that he met actress Asunción Balaguer; they married and remained together for the rest of Rabal's life. Their daughter, Teresa Rabal, is also an actor. In 1947, Rabal got some regular jobs in theater. He used his full name, Francisco Rabal, as stage name. However, the people who knew him always called him Paco Rabal. (Paco is the familiar form for Francisco.) "Paco Rabal" became his unofficial stage name. During the 1940s, Rabal began acting in movies as an extra, but it was not until 1950 that he was first cast in speaking roles, and played romantic leads and rogues. He starred in three films directed by Luis Buñuel - Nazarín (1959), Viridiana (1961) and Belle de jour (1967). William Friedkin thought of Rabal for the French villain of his 1971 movie The French Connection. However, he could not remember the name of "that Spanish actor". Mistakenly, his staff hired another Spanish actor, Fernando Rey. Friedkin discovered that Rabal did not speak English or French, so he decided to keep Rey. Rabal has previously worked with Rey in Viridiana. Rabal did, however, work with Friedkin in the much less successful but Academy Award-nominated cult classic Sorcerer (1977), a remake of The Wages of Fear (1953). Throughout his career, Rabal worked in France, Italy and Mexico with directors such as Gillo Pontecorvo, Michelangelo Antonioni, Luchino Visconti, Valerio Zurlini, Jacques Rivette and Alberto Lattuada. It is widely considered that Rabal's best performances came after Francisco Franco's death on 1975. In the 1980s, Rabal starred in Los santos inocentes, winning the Award as Best Actor in Cannes Film Festival, in El Disputado Voto del Señor Cayo and also in the TV series Juncal. In 1989, he was a member of the jury at the 39th Berlin International Film Festival. In the 1999 he played the character of Francisco Goya in Carlos Saura Goya en Burdeos, winning a Goya Award as Best Actor. Francisco Rabal is the only Spanish actor to have received a honoris causa doctoral degree from the University of Murcia. Rabal's final movie was Dagon, a film which was dedicated to him right before the credits. The dedication read "Dedicated to Francisco Rabal, a wonderful actor and even better human being." Rabal died in 2001 from compensatory dilating emphysema, while on an airplane travelling to Bordeaux, when he was coming back from receiving an Award at Montreal Film Festival. Description above from the Wikipedia article Francisco Rabal, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.





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