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Emma Elena Valdelamar (1925–2012)

Emma Elena Valdelamar was born on May 17, 1925 in Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico. She died on December 23, 2012 in Mexico City. See full bio »

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The Seductor Soundtrack


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 2017 I Love Dick (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- A Short History of Weird Girls (2017) ... (writer: "Mucho Corazón" - uncredited)
 2004 El año del diluvio (writer: "Mucho corazón")
 1992 The Mambo Kings (writer: "Mucho Corazón")
 1965 Guitarras lloren guitarras (writer: "Mucho Corazón" - as Ema Elena Valdemar)
 1956 Una lección de amor (writer: "Mil Besos")
 1956 El fantasma de la casa roja (writer: "Mil Besos" - as Emma E. Valdelamar)
 1955 The Seductor (writer: "Mil Besos" - as Ema Elena Valdelamar)
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 2001 Honey for Oshun (composer: song "Mucho corazón")
 1962 Cazadores de asesinos (composer: song "Mucho Corazón" - as Emma Elena Valdemar)
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 1993 Emma Elena Valdelamar (Documentary short)
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 1993 Emma Elena Valdelamar (Documentary short)

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