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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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Spanish actor and director Narciso Ibáñez Serrador is an important figure in Spanish and Argentine television; he has also made a handful of feature films. The son of Spanish-born Argentine theater actors Narciso Ibáñez Menad and Peseta Serrador, Ibáñez Serrador was born in Uruguay but raised in Argentina. He moved to Spain in 1947 and became a theater director by the early '50s. Ibáñez Serrador moved back to Argentina in 1958 and established himself as one of the country's most distinguished television writers and directors. In 1963, he returned to Spain to continue his extraordinary television career with series like El Último Reloj/The Last Clock and specials such as El Asfalto/Asphalt (1966). In 1972, Ibáñez Serrador started one of Spain's most popular television game shows, Uno Dos, Tres/One, Two, Three. Ibáñez Serrador made his feature-film directorial debut in 1969 with La Residencia/The House That Screamed.