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Isabel Sarli
Hilda Isabel Gorrindo Sarli (Spanish pronunciation: [isaˈβel ˈsarli]; born 9 July 1935), nicknamed Coca, is a retired Argentine actress and glamour model, known for her campy[1] sexploitation films. Sarli was the only Argentinian actress known to have made any worldwide impact, and although she received offers to work with high-profile directors, she declined these. She is considered a cultural icon and the quintessential sex symbol in her home country.Contents1 Early years 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 Recognition 5 Filmography 6 References 7 External linksEarly years[edit] Hilda Isabel Sarli
Isabel Sarli
Gorrindo Tito was born in Concordia, Entre Ríos Province, into a very poor family, as one of the daughters of Antonio Gorrindo and María Elena Sarli. Her father left the family when she was 3 years old. Those he had left behind, including Isabel and her mother, then moved to Buenos Aires
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Concordia, Entre Ríos
San Antonio de Padua de la Concordia (usually shortened to Concordia) is a city in the north-east of the province of Entre Ríos in the Argentine Mesopotamia. It had about 172,000 inhabitants at the 2001 census [INDEC], and is the head town of the department of the same name.Contents1 History 2 Geography2.1 Climate3 Nature 4 Transport 5 Notable people 6 Gallery 7 References 8 External linksHistory[edit]This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (May 2015)Geography[edit] Concordia lies on the right-hand (western) shore of the Uruguay
Uruguay
River, opposite the city of Salto in Uruguay
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Carne (1968 Film)
Carne is a 1968 Argentine Cult film
Cult film
starring Isabel Sarli. The film is one of the most popular and controversial film of Sarli career
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Cristina Fernández De Kirchner
Cristina Elisabet Fernández de Kirchner (Spanish pronunciation: [kɾisˈtina elisaˈβet ferˈnandes ðe ˈkiɾʃneɾ] ( listen); born 19 February 1953), sometimes referred to by her initials CFK,[1][2][note 1] is an Argentine lawyer and politician, who served as President of Argentina
President of Argentina
from 2007 to 2015. She was the second woman to serve as President of Argentina, the first directly elected female president, and the first woman re-elected to the office. Ideologically a Peronist and social democrat, she was a member of the Justicialist Party, with her political approach being characterised as Kirchnerist, a form of left-wing populism. Born in La Plata, Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires
Province, she studied law at the University of La Plata, and moved to Patagonia with her husband Néstor Kirchner
Néstor Kirchner
upon his graduation
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Boletín Oficial De La República Argentina
The Boletín Oficial de la República Argentina
Argentina
is the government gazette of the Argentine Republic, on which the Argentine State publishes its legal norms such as laws, decrees and regulations, as well as other public acts from the executive and the judiciary. Content[edit] The Boletín Oficial de la República Argentina
Argentina
is divided into four sections. Their names and content are as follows: First Section ( Legislation and Official Notices): Legal norms (laws, decrees, resolutions, dispositions) are included here, as well as notices emanating from the public bodies of the three branches of the State related to their own management. The norms published in the Boletín Oficial de la República Argentina
Argentina
have national scope
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John Waters
John Samuel Waters Jr. (born April 22, 1946) is an American film director, screenwriter, author, actor, stand-up comedian, journalist, visual artist, and art collector, who rose to fame in the early 1970s for his transgressive cult films.[1]Contents1 Legacy 2 Early life 3 Career3.1 Early career 3.2 Move toward the mainstream 3.3 Fine art 3.4 Other interests 3.5 Carsick 3.6 Awards4 Personal life 5 Recurring cast members 6 Filmography6.1 Writer/director 6.2 Writer 6.3 Actor 6.4 Voice actor7 Television7.1 Actor 7.2 Voice actor 7.3 Other appearances 7.4 Documentary appearances8 Other works 9 Books by Waters 10 References 11 Further reading 12 External linksLegacy[edit] Waters's 1970s and early 1980s films feature his regular troupe of actors known as the Dreamlanders—among them Divine, Mink Stole, David Lochary, Mary Vivian Pearce, and Edith Massey
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El Trueno Entre Las Hojas (film)
Thunder Among the Leaves
Thunder Among the Leaves
(Spanish: El trueno entre las hojas) is a 1958 Argentine drama film directed by Armando Bó, starring himself, Isabel Sarli, Ernesto Báez and Andrés Laszlo. The screenplay by Paraguayan writer Augusto Roa Bastos
Augusto Roa Bastos
was based on his short story La hija del ministro.[1][2] Set in Paraguay, the story is about a strike at a sawmill.[3] The first film to feature full frontal nudity in Argentine cinema, Thunder Among the Leaves
Thunder Among the Leaves
scandalized audiences and became a major box office success in the continent
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La Burrerita De Ypacaraí
La Burrerita de Ypacaraí is a 1962 Argentine film. The film contains music and an appearance from Paraguayan singer Luis Alberto del Paraná. Plot[edit] Beautiful farmer's daughter Isabel can have any man in the village, but she falls in love with the wrong man and his sins cost both of them their lives at the Iguazú Falls. Cast[edit]Isabel Sarli Ernesto Báez Armando BóExternal links[edit] La Burrerita de Ypacaraí on IMDbThis article related to an Argentine film of the 1960s is a stub
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La Diosa Impura
La Diosa impura is a 1963 Argentine film, directed by Armando Bó
Armando Bó
and directed by Carmelo Santiago.Contents1 Plot 2 Cast 3 References 4 External linksPlot[edit] Laura, played by Isabel Sarli
Isabel Sarli
runs away to Mexico after being implicated in a murder. There she meets a painter who asks her to pose for him. She later meets his brother, Julio played by Julio Alemán and falls in love but everything goes wrong when her mobster boyfriend comes looking for her.[1] Cast[edit] Isabel Sarli
Isabel Sarli
as Laura Julio Alemán as Julio Molina Vargas Mario Lozano as Martín Víctor Junco as Pedro Molina Vargas Armando Bó
Armando Bó
as Reynoso Mario Casado as Martin’s accomplice[2]References[edit]^ "La Diosa Impura (1964) en Cinefis Argentina"
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Los Días Calientes
Los Días calientes is a 1966 Argentine film.Contents1 Plot 2 Cast 3 References 4 External linksPlot[edit] This is the story of a woman who travels to the islands on the delta of the Parana River to fight for her inheritance. Cast[edit]Isabel Sarli Mario Passano Ricardo Passano Claude Marting Raúl del Valle Mario Casado Elcira Olivera Garcés Roberto Crohare Juan Pitrau[1]References[edit]^ http://www.filmaffinity.com/es/film452656.html/This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (July 2010)External links[edit] Los Días calientes on IMDb
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La Señora Del Intendente
La señora del intendente
La señora del intendente
(The mayor's wife) is a 1967 Argentine comedy film directed by Armando Bó
Armando Bó
and starring Isabel Sarli
Isabel Sarli
and Pepe Arias. The film had a sequel "Una Viuda descocada" (1980), which was Bó last film.Contents1 Production 2 Synopsis 3 Complete cast 4 ReferencesProduction[edit] The 90-minute comedy film was made in 1967 for Sociedad Independiente Filmadora Argentina by director Armando Bó. The script was by Armando Bó and music by Elijio Ayala Morín.[1] The film was shot entirely in San Pedro, Buenos Aires Province.[2] This was the last film in which Pepe Arias
Pepe Arias
appeared, and was released after his death. He looks tired beside Isabel Sarli.[3] Synopsis[edit] The film is one of several made by Bó that depicted stupid men who desire Isabel Sarli, others being La mujer del zapatero and La viuda descocada
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Furia Infernal
Furia infernal, known in English-speaking territories as Ardent Summer, The Hot Days or, in the Carne Sobre Carne: Intimidades de Isabel Sarli
Isabel Sarli
documentary rendering, The Horny Days,[1] is a 1973 Argentine drama film directed by Armando Bó
Armando Bó
and starring Isabel Sarli. Cast[edit]This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (July 2010)References[edit]^ Corliss, Richard (2010-08-07). "Isabel Sarli: A Sex Bomb at Lincoln Center". TIME. Retrieved 2011-04-13. External links[edit] Furia infernal on IMDb
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Gastón Pauls
Gastón Pauls (born January 17, 1972) is an Argentine
Argentine
actor, TV host and producer. He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He started his career on television as a host of a videoclip show before starring in the teen soap opera Montaña Rusa, where he met Nancy Duplaa
Nancy Duplaa
whom he dated for a few years. Pauls then starred on Verdad Consecuencia, one of Adrián Suar's first TV hits on Canal 13. As a stage actor he worked on Desde la lona, Porteños and La gata sobre el tejado de zinc caliente. Pauls' first big movie role was in Territorio comanche alongside Cecilia Dopazo, but his co-starring in Fabian Bielinsky's Nine Queens brought him international acclaim. He returned to television with Tres padres solteros and Ser urbano until 2006
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Intimidades De Una Cualquiera
Intimacies of a Prostitute
Intimacies of a Prostitute
(Spanish: Intimidades de una cualquiera) is a 1974 Argentine sexploitation drama film directed by Armando Bo
Armando Bo
and starring Isabel Sarli, Jorge Barreiro, and Sabina Olmos.[1] Various dates of the release have been given, some as early as 1971 or 1972.[2] Cast[edit] Isabel Sarli
Isabel Sarli
as Maria Jorge Barreiro as Pocho Sabina Olmos
Sabina Olmos
as Olga Guillermo Battaglia as Antonio Fidel Pintos
Fidel Pintos
as Hombre Ricardo Passano as Comisario Raúl del Valle as Correa Virginia Romay as Maria's mother Reynaldo Mompel as Carlos Moreno Horacio Bruno as Correntino Olanka Wolk as Betty Armando Bo
Armando Bo
as Jose LuisReferences[edit]^ "Intimidades de una cualquiera" (in Spanish)
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Una Mariposa En La Noche
A Butterfly in the Night
A Butterfly in the Night
(Spanish: Una mariposa en la noche[1]) is a 1977 Argentine comedy-drama film directed by and starring Armando Bo alongside Isabel Sarli.[2][3] Cast[edit]Sarli in A Butterfly in the Night Isabel Sarli
Isabel Sarli
as Yvonne Armando Bo
Armando Bo
as Jorge Víctor Bó as Lorenzo Vicente Rubino as Vicente Juan José Miguez as Pedro Horacio Bruno as the pirate Claude Marting as policeman Mario Casado as Cholo Adelco Lanza as Manolo Carlos Lagrotta
Carlos Lagrotta
as Escrilano Enrique Vargas Nino Udine Pancho Jiménez Arturo Noal Juan Carlos CevallosReferences[edit]^ Close up on Hispanic-American movies. 1981.  ^ "Una mariposa en la noche" (in Spanish). Cinenacional.com. Retrieved 10 May 2014.  ^ Martín, Jorge Abel (1981)
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Insaciable
Insaciable
Insaciable
(also known as The Insatiable Widow) is a 1976 Argentine erotic drama film written and directed by Armando Bo.[1] It stars Isabel Sarli
Isabel Sarli
as a "worried nymphomaniac in search of satisfaction or cure".[2] The film was highly controversial in Argentina due to its nudity and sexual content and lesbianism.[3] This was played upon with a film poster documenting extracts from the Argentine press condemning the film and documenting those calling for it to be banned or censored.[4] Cast[edit]Isabel Sarli Jorge Barreiro Santiago Gómez Cou Armando Bo Horacio Bruno Mario Casado Claude Marting Enrique Vargas Olga Walk Lechuguita Amelia SanguinettiReferences[edit]^ "Insaciable" (in Spanish). Cinenacional.com. Retrieved 26 May 2014.  ^ Cowie, Peter (1978). Variety International Film Guide. Tantivy Press. p. 58.  ^ España, Claudio; Fabbro, Gabriela (1994)
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