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Pepita Serrador (1913–1964)


Pepita Serrador was born on May 12, 1913 in Buenos Aires, Argentina as Josefina Serrador Marí. She was an actress, known for The Road of the Llamas (1944), Women Who Work (1938) and A Woman from the Street (1939). She was married to Narciso Ibáñez Menta. She died on May 24, 1964 in Madrid, Spain. See full bio »

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(age 51) in Madrid, Spain

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Known For

(1944)
(1938)
(1939)
Five Faces of Woman Ivonne Parker
(1947)

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 1960 Todo el año es Navidad
Señora Echagüe (segment "El hermano")
 1958 La muralla
Matilde
 1958 Muchachas en vacaciones
Miss Alicia Stanton
 1947 Five Faces of Woman
Ivonne Parker
 1943 Punto negro
 1941 Amor
 1941 Embrujo
 1940 La luz de un fósforo
Graciela
 1939 College Girls
Ana Del Valle
 1938 Women Who Work
Luisa
 1924 La trepadora
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