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Leo Brouwer built up his entertainment career by putting his musical skills to use in the world of Hollywood. Brouwer began his entertainment career with his music featured in films like the comedy "Paper Is Paper" (1966) with Reinaldo Miravalles, "Lucia" (1968) and "Memories of Underdevelopment" (1968). His music also appeared in "First Charge of the Machete" (1969) with Idalia Anreus and "Los Dias del Agua" (1971) with Idalia Anreus. In the seventies, Brouwer's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like "El Hombre de Maisinicu" (1973) with Sergio Corrieri, the historical drama "The Last Supper" (1976) with Nelson Villagra and the documentary "Cantata de Chile" (1978) with Nelson Villagra. His work was also in the Enrique Santisteban comedy "The Survivors" (1978) and "El Rey del Joropo" (1979). Brouwer's music was also featured in the Daisy Granados period drama "Cecilia" (1981), the Dean Stockwell drama "Alsino and the Condor" (1982) and the Rene De La Cruz Jr. dramatic period piece "Los Refugiados de la cueva del muerto" (1983). His music was also featured in the comedy "Up to a Certain Point" (1985) with Oscar Alvarez and the Armando Gutierrez drama...

Leo Brouwer built up his entertainment career by putting his musical skills to use in the world of Hollywood. Brouwer began his entertainment career with his music featured in films like the comedy "Paper Is Paper" (1966) with Reinaldo Miravalles, "Lucia" (1968) and "Memories of Underdevelopment" (1968). His music also appeared in "First Charge of the Machete" (1969) with Idalia Anreus and "Los Dias del Agua" (1971) with Idalia Anreus. In the seventies, Brouwer's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like "El Hombre de Maisinicu" (1973) with Sergio Corrieri, the historical drama "The Last Supper" (1976) with Nelson Villagra and the documentary "Cantata de Chile" (1978) with Nelson Villagra. His work was also in the Enrique Santisteban comedy "The Survivors" (1978) and "El Rey del Joropo" (1979). Brouwer's music was also featured in the Daisy Granados period drama "Cecilia" (1981), the Dean Stockwell drama "Alsino and the Condor" (1982) and the Rene De La Cruz Jr. dramatic period piece "Los Refugiados de la cueva del muerto" (1983). His music was also featured in the comedy "Up to a Certain Point" (1985) with Oscar Alvarez and the Armando Gutierrez drama "Visa U.S.A." (1986). Brouwer most recently worked on the comedy "Death of a Bureaucrat" (2002) with Salvador Wood.

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