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Ricardo Franco (Madrid, May 24, 1949- May 20, 1998, Madrid) was a Spanish screenwriter and film director.

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Biography

Nephew of Jesús Franco. He died at 49 years old when he filmed Lágrimas negras. He wrote lyrics for pop songs for Tam Tam Go!, "Manuel Raquel" hit for example. "Loco de amor" played Café Quijano was written by Franco too.

Filmography

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as Film Director

  • Gospel, el monstruo (1969).
  • El desastre de Annual (1970).
  • El increíble aumento de la vida (1974).
  • Pascual Duarte (1975).
  • Los restos del naufragio (1978).
  • Disa, cincuenta aniversario (1983).
  • Gringo mojado (1984).
  • El sueño de Tánger (1985).
  • Berlín Blues (1988).
  • La mujer de tu vida (1988) (tv episode).
  • Crónicas del mal (1991) (tv).
  • La canción del condenado (1991).
  • ¡Oh, cielos!" (1993).
  • Después de tantos años (1994) (documentary)
  • La buena estrella (1997).
  • Lágrimas negras (1998).

as screenwriter

  • Adiós, pequeña (Imanol Uribe, 1986).
  • Berlín Blues (1988).
  • Sangre y arena (Javier Elorrieta, 1989).
  • Tu nombre envenena mis sueños (Pilar Miró, 1996).
  • La buena estrella (1997).
  • Lágrimas negras (1998).

as actor

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