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Jacobo Morales began his career in show business as a teenager. By the 1970s, he had appeared as a revolutionary in Woody Allen's "Bananas" (1971) and as Fidel Castro in the Barbra Streisand vehicle "Up the Sandbox" (1972). In the 80s, Morales wrote, directed and starred in his first three feature films. "Dios los Crea/God Created Them" (1980) was a social commentary made up of five short stories, and won a number of international awards. "Nicholas and the Women" (1985), which also attracted critical acclaim, was the saga of a love triangle. "Lo que le Paso a Santiago/What Happened to Santiago?" (1989) focused on a the effect a mysterious woman has on a lonely widower. Morales also directed "Pretty Sara/Linda Sara" (1994), the official Puerto Rican entry for the Best Foreign Film Oscar.

Jacobo Morales began his career in show business as a teenager. By the 1970s, he had appeared as a revolutionary in Woody Allen's "Bananas" (1971) and as Fidel Castro in the Barbra Streisand vehicle "Up the Sandbox" (1972). In the 80s, Morales wrote, directed and starred in his first three feature films. "Dios los Crea/God Created Them" (1980) was a social commentary made up of five short stories, and won a number of international awards. "Nicholas and the Women" (1985), which also attracted critical acclaim, was the saga of a love triangle. "Lo que le Paso a Santiago/What Happened to Santiago?" (1989) focused on a the effect a mysterious woman has on a lonely widower. Morales also directed "Pretty Sara/Linda Sara" (1994), the official Puerto Rican entry for the Best Foreign Film Oscar.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Relic, The (1997) Captain Borne
2.
 Somebody to Love (1994)
3.
 Baby Brokers (1994)
4.
 Street Knight (1993)
6.
 Maniac Cop 2 (1990) Store Clerk
7.
9.
 Monster Manor (1988) Carlos
10.
 Glitz (1988)
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