Carmen Montejo - Films

Films

  • Las caras de la luna (2002) as Mariana Toscano
  • Corazones rotos aka Broken Hearts (2001) as Doña Fide
  • Las caras de la luna (2001)
  • Entre la tarde y la noche (1999)
  • La casa que arde de noche (1985)
  • Ni Chana, ni Juana (1984)
  • Burdel (1982)
  • El gran triunfo (1981)
  • Mamá, soy Paquito (1981) as Sra. Falcon
  • La muerte del Palomo (1981)
  • En la tormenta (1980)
  • En la trampa (1979)
  • The Children of Sanchez (1978) as Guadalupe
  • Dinastía de la muerte (1977) as Doña Herminia del Fierro
  • Prision de mujeres (1976)
  • Coronación (1976) as Abuela
  • Renuncia por motivos de salud (1975)
  • El rey (1975) as Señora del Rivero
  • Presagio (1974)
  • El profeta Mimi (1972)
  • Los cachorros (1971)
  • Doña Macabra (1971)
  • La verdadera vocación de Magdalena (1971)
  • Los marcados (1970) as Remedios
  • Las vírgenes locas (1970)
  • ¿Por qué nací mujer? (1970)
  • La muñeca perversa (1969)
  • The Adolescents (1968)
  • Aventuras de Juliancito (1968)
  • Sor Ye-Ye (1967)
  • La recta final (1966)
  • El río de las ánimas (1964)
  • Los jóvenes (1960)
  • El Vampiro (1957) as Eloisa
  • Dos diablillos en apuros (1957)
  • Cara de ángel (1956)
  • El túnel seis (1955)
  • El plagiario (1955)
  • Estafa de amor (1954)
  • La sospechosa (1954)
  • La infame (1953) as Luisa Barrios de Benet
  • Luz en el páramo (1953)
  • El potro salvaje (1953)
  • Reportaje (1953) as Nurse
  • Cuatro horas antes de morir (1953)
  • Acuérdate de vivir (1952)
  • Misericordia (1952)
  • Sor Alegría (1952)
  • Mujeres sin mañana (1951) as Marta
  • Todos son mis hijos (1951)
  • ¿Qué te ha dado esa mujer? (1951) as Yolanda
  • Lodo y armiño (1951)
  • Anillo de compromiso (1951) as Chavela Valdes
  • En la palma de tu mano (1951) as Clara Stein
  • Entre abogados te veas (1951)
  • Monte de piedad (1950)
  • Al caer la tarde (1949)
  • Secreto entre mujeres (1949)
  • Bamba (1948) as Tirsa
  • Cita con la muerte (1948)
  • Nosotros los pobres (1948) as Yolanda, la Tísica
  • A media luz (1947)
  • Crimen en la alcoba (1946)
  • Yo fui una usurpadora (1945)
  • La señora de enfrente (1945) as Gilberta Madrigales
  • Entre hermanos (1945)
  • Caminito alegre (1944)
  • Camino de los gatos (1943)
  • Ave sin nido (1943)
  • No matarásl (1943)
  • Resurrección (1943)

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