Carlos Hugo Christensen

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Carlos Hugo Christensen (Santiago del Estero, 15 December 1914 - Rio de Janeiro, 30 November 1999) was an Argentine film director, screenwriter and film producer.

He was of Danish descent through his paternal side. Christensen directed 54 different films between 1946 and his retirement. In the mid 1950s he relocated to Brazil where he established his own film studio, Carlos Hugo Christensen Produções Cinematográficas.

He retired from film in 1996 and died three years later of a heart attack in Brazil.

Filmography

As director

External links

  • Carlos Hugo Christensen on IMDb


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