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One of the Spanish-speaking film world's most respected producers, Gerardo Herrero is a vocal advocate of cinematic collaboration between Spain and Latin America. Born and raised in Madrid, Herrero completed a law degree before founding the production company Litmus Films in 1987. His debut as a producer arrived the following year with the tense war drama "The Lion's Den," set against the real-life war in the Peruvian Andes between the military and the Shining Path guerrillas. Herreo earned international recognition with the 1994 Cuba-set comedy "Guantanamera," a critical smash that led to his 1996 directorial debut, "Malena Es un Nombre de Tango." Herrero continued to build his reputation as a director with the stark "Comanche Territory," a film adaptation of a novel by Arturo Perez-Reverte set during the Bosnian War of the early 1990s. In an effort to erase national boundaries and create films rooted in a common mother language, over the years Herrero has taken on numerous projects with acclaimed Latin-American directors, including Argentina's Adolfo Aristarain and Mexico's Arturo Ripstein.

One of the Spanish-speaking film world's most respected producers, Gerardo Herrero is a vocal advocate of cinematic collaboration between Spain and Latin America. Born and raised in Madrid, Herrero completed a law degree before founding the production company Litmus Films in 1987. His debut as a producer arrived the following year with the tense war drama "The Lion's Den," set against the real-life war in the Peruvian Andes between the military and the Shining Path guerrillas. Herreo earned international recognition with the 1994 Cuba-set comedy "Guantanamera," a critical smash that led to his 1996 directorial debut, "Malena Es un Nombre de Tango." Herrero continued to build his reputation as a director with the stark "Comanche Territory," a film adaptation of a novel by Arturo Perez-Reverte set during the Bosnian War of the early 1990s. In an effort to erase national boundaries and create films rooted in a common mother language, over the years Herrero has taken on numerous projects with acclaimed Latin-American directors, including Argentina's Adolfo Aristarain and Mexico's Arturo Ripstein.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Everybody's Baby (1939) Mrs. Diggs
2.
 The Escape (1939) Mrs. Nearny
3.
 Island in the Sky (1938) Mrs. O'Shea
4.
 The Man in Blue (1937) Aggie
5.
 The Dark Hour (1936) Mrs. Dubbin
6.
 In His Steps (1936) Cook
7.
 Daniel Boone (1936) Mrs. Burch
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 Suicide Squad (1935) Mother [O'Connor]
9.
 Stand Up and Cheer! (1934) Irish washerwoman
10.
 The Curtain Falls (1934) Mrs. McGullicuddy
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