Gustavo Re

Gustavo Re (7 April 1908-5 June 1979) was a Spanish television presenter and actor.

Gustavo Re
Born(1908-04-07)April 7, 1908
DiedJune 5, 1979(1979-06-05) (aged 71)
OccupationTelevision presenter and actor

On 10 October 1961 it was aired on TVE Amigos del martes, hosted by Artur Kaps, Franz Johan and Gustavo Re.[1][2] They found a theater company named «Los vieneses», which was also collaborated by Herta Frankel,[3] and Nati Mistral in Germany.[4][5]

He appeared in Historias de la radio (1955), directed by José Luis Sáenz de Heredia and starring Francisco Rabal, Margarita Andrey, Tony Leblanc, José Luis Ozores and José Isbert;[6] Totò d'Arabia (1964), directed by José Antonio de la Loma and starring Totò and Nieves Navarro;[7] La diligencia de los condenados (1970), directed by Ignacio F. Iquino and starring Erika Blanc and Bruno Corazzari;[8] and Un verano para matar (1972), directed by Antonio Isasi-Isasmendi and starring Karl Malden, Olivia Hussey and Christopher Mitchum.[9]

He was honoured along Pepe da Rosa, Franz Johann, Andrés Pajares, Cassen, Fernando Esteso, Kiko, Tip y Coll, Lina Morgan, Zori and Santosin in the television special Humor en blanco y negro, aired in Cómo nos reímos in La 2.[10]

Filmography

  • Préstamela esta noche (1978) as Pianista
  • The Passenger (1974)
  • El pez de los ojos de oro (1974) as Miguel Toledo
  • El último proceso en París (1974) as Presidente
  • Cuando los niños vienen de Marsella (1974) as Agente inmobiliario
  • Touch Me Not (1974) as Night man
  • Emma, puertas oscuras (1974) as John
  • Aborto criminal (1973) as Ramón, padre de Ana
  • La ley del karate en el Oeste (1973) as Johnson
  • The Lonely Woman (1973) as Old homosexual
  • La corrupción de Chris Miller (1973) as Shopkeeper
  • Las juergas de 'El Señorito' (1973) as Don Antonio
  • Fat Brothers of Trinity (1973) as Carrigan
  • El doctor Mabuse (1972) as Melou
  • Horror Story (1972) as Barón Von Kraus
  • A Noose Is Waiting for You Trinity (1972) as Blinky - bartender
  • Fabulous Trinity (1972) as Sr. Wells
  • Robinson and His Tempestuous Slaves (1972) as Lascius
  • They Believed He Was No Saint (1972) as Padre Javier
  • God in Heaven... Arizona on Earth (1972) as Dentist
  • Summertime Killer (1972) as Guido
  • La liga no es cosa de hombres (1972) as Don Ramón
  • Dig Your Grave Friend... Sabata's Coming (1971) as George McGowan
  • Blackie the Pirate (1971) as Noble
  • Percy Stuart (1970) as Waldmüller
  • Stagecoach of the Condemned (1970) as John McCandy
  • Versatile Lovers (1970) as Gustav (uncredited)
  • Twenty Paces to Death (1970) as Eugene
  • La banda de los tres crisantemos (1970)
  • El señorito y las seductoras (1969) as Médico
  • El Puro se sienta, espera y dispara (1969) as Fernando
  • El abogado, el alcalde y el notario (1969) as Doctor
  • Turistas y bribones (1969) as Mr. Rosenberg
  • Chico, chica, ¡boom! (1969) as Maitre
  • Sax Rohmer's The Castle of Fu Manchu (1969) as Professor Heracles
  • Marquis de Sade's Justine (1969) as Desroches
  • The Day the Hot Line Got Hot (1968) as Police Chief
  • They Came to Rob Las Vegas (1968) as Salvatore
  • Sartana Does Not Forgive (1968) as the Undertaker
  • La tía de Carlos en mini-falda (1967) as Don Servando
  • Die Slowly, You'll Enjoy It More (1967) as Morgan
  • The Viscount (1967)
  • Clint the Stranger (1967) as Peabody
  • Seven Pistols for a Gringo (1966) as Nat
  • 07 con el 2 delante (Agente: Jaime Bonet) (1966) as Mr. Murray
  • Ruthless Colt of the Gringo (1966) as Juez Wilker
  • Dollar of Fire (1966) as Postmaster Gennor
  • 4 Dollars of Revenge (1966)
  • Día de fiesta (1966)
  • Mi canción es para ti (1965)
  • Jessy Does Not Forgive... He Kills! (1965) as Dueño del bar
  • La chica del autostop (1965)
  • That Man in Istanbul (1965) as Brain
  • Toto de Arabia (1965) as Sir Turner
  • La muerte llama otra vez (1964)
  • Un rincón para querernos (1964) as Claudio
  • Piso de soltero (1964) as Don Gustavo
  • A tiro limpio (1964) as Señor del Garaje
  • José María (1963)
  • Trampa mortal (1963) as Gustavo
  • The Adventures of Scaramouche (1963)
  • La gran coartada (1963) as Director
  • Las travesuras de Morucha (1962)
  • La bella Lola (1962) as Comisario
  • El grano de mostaza (1962) as Mr. Quino
  • Los castigadores (1962) as Mario
  • ¿Dónde pongo este muerto? (1962) as Cartier
  • El último verano (1962) as Pescador
  • Los atracadores (1962) as Cómplice del mago que acosa a Isabel
  • No dispares contra mí (1961) as Juan
  • Vamos a contar mentiras (1961) as Médico
  • Juventud a la intemperie (1961) as Camarero
  • The Colossus of Rhodes (1961) as Mercante
  • Action Stations (1959)
  • Cita imposible (1958) as Giovanni Esposito / Maximo Rebinsky de Walewska
  • Familia provisional (1958)
  • Pasaje a Venezuela (1957)
  • El bandido generoso (1957)
  • Los ángeles del volante (1957) as Sustituto del Manazas
  • Quiéreme con música (1957) as Jose Luis
  • Hospital de urgencia (1956)
  • El difunto es un vivo (1956) as Luquitas
  • Un día perdido (1955) as Portero
  • Congreso en Sevilla (1955) as Director de Radio AGA
  • Mañana cuando amanezca (1955)
  • Confidential Report (1955) as Italian police in Naples port (uncredited)
  • Tangier Assignment (1955) as Schuman / Abdul
  • Historias de la radio (1955) as Esquimal
  • Tres eran tres (1955)
  • High Fashion (1954) as Mr. Byars
  • Todo es posible en Granada (1954) as Quincallero
  • Intriga en el escenario (1953) as Óscar
  • Hermano menor (1953)
  • La llamada de África (1952) as Antonio
  • Facultad de letras (1952)
  • Truhanes de honor (1955) as Lodiwick
  • 39 cartas de amor (1955) as Barón

References

  1. "10 de octubre de 1960 "Amigos del martes"". Corporación de Radio y Televisión Española (in Spanish). 28 July 2017. Retrieved 9 July 2019.
  2. "Franz Johan y Gustavo Re en "Amigos del lunes"". Corporación de Radio y Televisión Española (in Spanish). Retrieved 9 July 2019.
  3. L. Torre, Rafael (4 September 2011). "El día que llegó la televisión". Faro de Vigo (in Spanish). Prensa Ibérica. Retrieved 9 July 2019.
  4. Memba, Javier (20 August 2017). "Muere Nati Mistral, una precursora del musical". El Mundo (in Spanish). Unidad Editorial. Retrieved 9 July 2019.
  5. "Brava Nati Mistral". El Diario (in Spanish). 20 August 2017. Retrieved 9 July 2019.
  6. "'Historias de la radio', Versión española en La 2". La Guía Go! (in Spanish). Retrieved 9 July 2019.
  7. "Totò d'Arabia". Comingsoon.net (in Italian). Retrieved 9 July 2019.
  8. "Prima di perdono...poi t'ammazzo". Comingsoon.net (in Italian). Retrieved 9 July 2019.
  9. "Del 6 al 10 de agosto, 5 películas en Historia de Nuestro Cine". Corporación de Radio y Televisión Española (in Spanish). 6 August 2018. Retrieved 9 July 2019.
  10. "'Cómo nos reímos' dedica un capítulo monográfico al 'Humor en blanco y negro'". Corporación de Radio y Televisión Española (in Spanish). 23 March 2018. Retrieved 9 July 2019.
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