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Manuel Summers Rivero (March 26, 1935 - June 12, 1993) was a Spanish film director and screenwriter.

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Biography

Father of David Summers leading singer of Pop group Hombres G and brother of journalist Guillermo Summers, was born in Seville and later made adoptive son of Lepe, Huelva. His family has got origins from England.

Filmography

Filmography as Film Director:

  • El Viejecito (1959). Proyecto de fin de carrera para el Instituto de Ciencias Cinematográficas de Madrid.
  • Del rosa al amarillo (1963). Award at San Sebastian Film Festival.
  • La niña de luto (1964). Entered into the 1964 Cannes Film Festival.[1]
  • El juego de la oca (1966).
  • Juguetes rotos (1966). Premio Especial del Jurado en el Festival de Cine de Valladolid.
  • ¿Por qué te engaña tu marido? (1969).
  • Urtáin, el rey de la selva... o así (1969).
  • Adiós, cigüeña, adiós (1971).
  • Ángeles gordos (1980). Coproduction with USA filmed in New York.
  • To er mundo é güeno (1982).
  • To er mundo é... ¡mejó! (1982).
  • La Biblia en pasta (1984).
  • To er mundo é... ¡demasiao! (1985).
  • Me hace falta un bigote (1986).
  • Sufre Mamón (1987).
  • Suéltate el pelo (1988).

Filmography as actor:

  • La niña de luto, by Manuel Summers.
  • Aunque la hormona se vista de seda...., by Vicente Escrivá (1971).
  • Black story. La historia negra de Peter P. Peter, by Pedro Lazaga (1971).
  • Vente a Alemania, Pepe, by Pedro Lazaga (1971).
  • Polvo eres..., by Vicente Escrivá (1974).
  • De profesión: polígamo, by Angelino Fons (1975).
  • Me hace falta un bigote, by Manuel Summers.

Filmography as producer:

  • La niña de luto, by Manuel Summers.

Filmography as screenwriter:

  • Del rosa al amarillo, by Manuel Summers.
  • Urtáin, el rey de la selva... o así, by Manuel Summers.

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