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Fernando Lamas

Highest Rated:   100% Daisy Kenyon (1947)
Lowest Rated:   46% The Cheap Detective (1978)
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Billy Crystal notwithstanding, Argentine actor Fernando Lamas did not spend his entire career saying "You...look...MAHHHHvelous". A well-established film star in his native Buenos Aires, Lamas was brought to Hollywood in 1950 with an MGM contract. He went on to play several variations on the standard "Latin Lover" type, with occasional opportunities to display his well-trained singing voice. Beginning with the 1961 Spanish film The Magic Fountain, Lamas entered a whole new phase of his career as a director. In this respect, he was busiest on television, directing episodes of such series as Mannix, Alias Smith and Jones, Gavilan, and Falcon Crest. This last-named series starred Lorenzo Lamas, the son of Fernando and his third wife Arlene Dahl. At the time of his death, Fernando Lamas was married to wife number four, aquatic film star Esther Williams.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
46% The Cheap Detective
  • Paul DuChard
1978
No Score Yet Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood
  • Premiere Male Star
1976
No Score Yet Murder on Flight 502
  • Actor
1975
No Score Yet Powderkeg
  • Chcho Morales
1970
No Score Yet 100 Rifles
  • General Verdugo
1969
No Score Yet The Violent Ones
  • Manuel Vega
  • Director
1968
No Score Yet Kill a Dragon
  • Nico Patrai
1967
No Score Yet Magic Fountain
  • Actor
1961
No Score Yet The Lost World
  • Gomez
1960
No Score Yet Rose Marie
  • James Severn Duval
1954
No Score Yet Dangerous When Wet
  • Andre Lanet
1953
No Score Yet The Girl Who Had Everything
  • Victor Y. Raimondi
1953
No Score Yet Sangaree
  • Dr. Carlos Morales
1953
No Score Yet The Merry Widow
  • Count Danilo
1952
No Score Yet Rich, Young and Pretty
  • Paul Sarnac
1952
100% Daisy Kenyon
  • Actor
1947

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