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Videos from Argentina

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  1. 40 años de novios, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (93 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina.
    Notes: Performer Note: Lolita Torres, Germán Cobos, Enzo Viena.
    Abstract: A woman who hasn't forgiven her husband's infidelities finally reconciles with him after 40 years.

  2. Abierto de 18 a 24, Eduardo F Chapa et al., 1 videocassette (82 min.), Montevideo Uruguay, 1987.
    Notes: Performer Note: Gerardo Romano, Silvia Peyrou, Horacio Peña, Jorge Luz.
    Abstract: A lonely and melancholy man has come from the interior to the city in order to verify the death of his cousin.His search leads him to a dance hall where he becomes involved with a variety of people including an uninhibited and diverting girl, Dorys, who is an excellent tango dancer. He also cannot help looking with interest at Carla, who was the object of his cousin's desire and who is now attracted to him.

  3. Abuso de confianza, Mario C Lugones et al., 1 videocassette (77 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Olga Zubarry, Manuel Collado, María Armand, Carlos Thompson, Renée Dumas, Adolfo Linvel, Margarita Corona, Carlos Belluci, Iris Alonso, José Nájera, Arnoldo Chamot, Juan Pecci, María Elena Sagrera, José Arias Callicó.
    Abstract: In order to gain the protection of a lawyer, a student pretends to be the daughter of an actress that the lawyer had once known in his childhood. This is a remake of the French film, "Abus de confiance.".

  4. Actualización política y doctrinaria para la toma del poder, Fernando E Solanas, Octavio Getino, and Cine Liberación (Firm), 1 videocassette (ca. 100 min.), New York, N.Y, 199-.
    Abstract: Documentaries about Perón and his effects on Argentina in the present and for the future.

  5. Adios Buenos Aires, Leopoldo Torres Ríos and Arte Video (Firm), 1 videocassette, Argentina, 1938.

  6. Adios pampa mia, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Castillo, Alberto Vila, Perla Mux.
    Abstract: The story of a tango singer's rise to fame. This film marks Alberto Castillo's film debut.

  7. Adíos, Roberto, Enrique Dawi et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 90 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Victor Laplace, Carlos Andrés Calvo, Ana María Picchio.
    Abstract: Roberto leaves his wife and cannot afford to rent an apartment, so he goes to live with Marcelo, a friend of his cousin's, who openly lives with his homosexuality. They soon develop alove relationship which causes a lot of conflicts for Roberto.

  8. Africa rie, Carlos Rinaldi et al., 1 videocassette (60 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Rafael "El Pato" Carret, Jorge Luz, Guillermo Rico.
    Abstract: Four men are known for their foolish actions and one night after ruining a dinner, they get arrested. They are soon released and then go visit their uncle who is sick but he is actually just sick of the four of them. Thus, the four men decide to go to Africa to try to find a cure for their uncle but instead get caught up in the middle of a big scheme.

  9. Al compás de tu mentira, Beverly Hills Video Home Producciones et al., 1 videocassette (86 min.), Lavelle, Argentina, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Francisco Alvarez, Pedrito Quartucci, Delfy de Ortega.
    Abstract: A musical comedy in which a man invents a brother who loves tangos. He helps a friend who is in love with his goddaughter, but everything goes awry.

  10. Al corazón, Mario Sábato et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 98 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Presentors, Ernesto Sábato, Enrique Cadícamo, Sergio Renán, Adriana Varela.
    Abstract: A "family album" of singers in an homage to tango and Argentinean films. Mario Sábato gathers together together film clips of the greats: Carlos Gardel, Hugo del Carrill, Libertad Lamarque, Alberto Castillo, Luis Sandrini, Simone, Charlo, Azucena Maizena, Angel Vargas, and Sabina Olmos. They illustrate its thematic message that the tango is the most important musical expression of the nation.

  11. Al diablo con esta cura...!!!, Carlos Rinaldi et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Ubaldo Martínez, Elizabeth Killian.

  12. Al filo de la ley, Juan Carlos Desanzo et al., 1 videocassette, San Luis, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Rodolfo Ranni, Gerardo Romano, Katja Alemann.

  13. Al toque de clarín, Orestes Caviglia et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 67 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Buono Strano, Pepita Mu unoz, Mary Parets.

  14. Alas de mi patria, Carlos Borcosque et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Enrique Muiño, Ada Cornaro, Daniel Belluscio.
    Abstract: Dramatized story of the development of Argentine aviation.

  15. Alfonsina, Kurt Land et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1986.
    Notes: Performer Note: Amelia Bence, Guillermo Murray, José de Angelis, Dora Ferreiro.
    Abstract: A drama based on the life of poet Alfonsina Storni.

  16. Alias Flequillo, Julio Saraceni et al., 1 videocassette (75 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jose Marrone, Floren Delbene, Perla Alvarado.
    Abstract: Sr. Goodday only wished to marry, until the police brought him in thinking he was a infamous mafia boss named Flaquillo. However, realizing that he was not and the boss was still in jail, they decided to use Mr. Goodday as a spy to learn all the secrets of the mob, by staging a false escape. Everything was going well until the real mafia boss escaped and suddenly Mr. Goodday's life was in danger, but the police still needed his help. In the end, both were caught, but suddenly now there was a large mix-up to sort out.

  17. Alla en el norte, Julio Saraceni et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Lolita Torres, Carlos Estrada, Jorge Barreiro.
    Abstract: María Gracia, a foreign teacher from Italy, comes to Argentina in search of a job. She is sent to a little town where life is simple and uneventful. She initially dislikes the way of life in this town and makes plans to return home. After the death of a good friend, María decides to stay in the town to help the children, despite her commitment to return home.

  18. Aller simple trois histories du Rio de la Plata = Pasaje de ida : tres historias de Rio de la Plata, Noël Burch et al., 1 videocassette (83 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Narrators: Jean-Marie Bory, Luca Nicolaj, Ima de Ranedo, Jacques Bidou.
    Abstract: The film evokes the history of the 6 million men and women who, between 1830 and 1930, abandoned Europe to settle in Latin America. Through their letters, narratives, writings and documents, the filmmakers have created three purely fictional characters, the Frenchman, Ulysses; the Italian, Petro; and the Spaniard, Pilar. To illustrate their respective histories, the filmmakers use documents of diverse origins, recordings, photographs, archival film, together with fragments of feature films set in the different eras.

  19. Alma de Bohemia, Julio Saraceni et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Castillo, Fidel Pintos, Lalo Malcom, Vivian Valmarr.

  20. Alto Paraná, Catrano Catrani et al., 1 videocassette (81 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ubaldo Martínez, Nelly Cuggan, Jorge Hiltón.

  21. Amor a primera vista, Leo Fleider et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Lolita Torres, Osvaldo Miranda, Ramón Garay.
    Abstract: A woman marries a bolero singer, but he believes her to be someone other than who she is.

  22. Amor en el aire, Luis Cesar Amadori et al., 1 videocassette (96 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Rocío Durcal, Palito Orgeta, Amalia de Isaura.

  23. Angeles, Raúl Perrone et al., 1 videocassette (39 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Raúl Perrone, Carlos Brioletti, Horacio Graniero.

  24. Aquel de cine argentino 30 años sonoros, 1933-1963, Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette (115 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Narrator: Enrique Conlazo.
    Abstract: A survey of the history of sound film in Argentina between 1933 and 1963, with clips from many important films.

  25. Argentinísima, Fernando Ayala et al., 1 videocassette (110 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Abstract: Through song after song, the beauty of Argentina is narrated in this film. Occasional acting as well as dance contribute to the music that defines the greatness and pride of a uniquely beautiful country.

  26. Ariella Ariela, John Herbert et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Christiane Torloni, John Herbert, Laura Cardoso.

  27. Armiño negro, Carlos Hugo Christensen et al., 1 videocassette (104 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Laura Hidalgo, Roberto Escalada, Néstor Zavarce, Nicolás Fregues, Bemardo Penrone, Ricardo Galache, Enrique Abeledo, Gloria Ferrandiz, Federico Mansilla, Aurelia Ferrer.
    Abstract: A woman intends to tell her adolescent son about her mysterious past (and her present), but fails and unleashes a tragedy.

  28. Asalto a la ciudad, Carlos Cores et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carlos Cores, Juan José Miguez, Luis Tasca, Ignacio Quirós, Sergio Renán, Olga Zubarry, Aída Luz, Elizabeth Killian, Santiago Gómez Cou, Guillermo Battaglia, Thelma del Río, Nathán Pinzón, Juan Carlos Palma, Susana Mayo, José Comellas, Sergio Malbrán, Saál Jarlip, Pedro Buchardo, Silvia del Río, Mario Aguiar, Elsa Guido.
    Abstract: Five men rob a bank. Each one eventually receives a punishment.

  29. Asesinato a distancia, Santiago Carlos Oves et al., 1 videocassette (103 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hector Alterio, Patricio Contreras, Laura Novoa, Martín Adjemian, Fabián Vena, Carlos Weber, Miguel Dedovich, Guillermo Hermida, Gerardo Pheyrano, Horacio Marassi, Elvia Andreoli.
    Abstract: Can there be a perfect crime? Detective Daniel Hernández says no, his new case causes him to doubt deeply held beliefs. A boy throws himself into the sea during a storm, in front of a crowd of witnesses. An obvious suicide, but Hernández says no, although it will be difficult to deny what the witnesses saw.

  30. Así es el tango, Eduardo Morera et al., 1 videocassette (91 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Tito Lusiardo, Olinda Bozán, Lusita Vehil.

  31. Así es la vida, Francisco Múgica et al., 1 videocassette (92 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Enrique Serrano, Sabina Olmos, Arturo García Bhur.
    Abstract: A wealthy family of six with three daughters and a son grow together learning from and experiencing all the lessons of life. With firm and loving parents all four children find love and although not all marry right away, they are happy. Even when on parent dies, the household carries on as strong as ever. This is a story of family strength and close personal relationships.

  32. Atracción peculiar, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Olmedo, Jorge Porcel, Silvia Pérez.
    Abstract: A series of aggressive acts against transvestites who act in Mar del Plata leads a magazine to send out a journalist, Sr. Trolombati, and a photographer, Sr. Amatista, who is evidently gay. Both must pretend they are gay and get into the underword to carry on their inquest. This is the starting point for a series of intricate situations in which even the wives of the magazine executives are involved.

  33. Avivato El rey de los vivos, Enrique Cahen Salaberry et al., 1 videocassette (82 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Iglesias, Lilian Valmar.

  34. Ayúdeme a vivir, José Agustín Ferreyra et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 72 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Libertad Lamarque, Floren Delbene, Perla Mary.

  35. Bajo el signo de la patria, René Mugica et al., 1 videocassette (110 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ignacio Quiros, Héctor Pellegrini, Ricardo Passano.

  36. Bajo otro sol, Francisco D'Intino et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Uruguay, 198-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge González, Virginia Lago, Miguel Angel Solá.
    Abstract: After having worked for ten years as a teacher at a rural school in the Argentinian Patagonia, labour lawyer Manuel Ojeda returns to Córdoba, his province. He is moved by the wish to avenge a former political Fellow at the Peronist Youth, missing during the Military Dictatorship after Alfredo Barrantes denounced him. Barrantes is Personnel Manager at the factory where Ojeda used to work. Manuel meets old friends and workmates who make him see the mistake he is about to make.

  37. Bajó un angel del cielo, Luis Cesar Amadori et al., 1 videocassette (78 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Franciso Alvarez, Zully Moreno, Pedrito Quartucci.
    Abstract: Fontana is a senile, old man in charge of a successful business. He wishes to retire and sell the business. His family attempts to help him, but instead make the whole situation much more complicated.

  38. Balada para un mochilero, Carlos Rinaldi et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: José Marrone, Arnaldo André, Mariángeles, Aldo Barbero Cacho Espindola, Néstor Fabián, Nelly Tesolin, Marcelo Chimento, Graciela Pal, Graciela Ibaneta, Mario Fortuna (h), Estela Vidal, Rodolfo Brindisi, Délfor Medina, Martha Diez, Coqui Marrone, Los Iracundos, Juan y Juan, Los Arribeños, Néstor Fabián.
    Abstract: A newspaper vendor who lives in Mar del Plata leaves to backpack and travel the country. In this event, he meets other similar travelers.

  39. Barrio Gris, Mario Soffici et al., 1 videocassette (107 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto de Mendoza, Mirta Torres, Ubaldo Martínez.
    Abstract: A poor man named Federico has an affluent friend named Claudio, who teaches him how to make fast money and enter high society. His selfishness leads him to a life of crime. He loses his family and friends in his quest to advance his own social position. It is not until the death of his beloved mother that he realizes his faults. By this time, her death is too great to bear and he kills Claudio, is sent to prison, and leaves behind his new love, Zulema.

  40. Benedita Seas, Luis Mottura et al., 1 videocassette (81 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mecha Ortíz, Enrique Serrano, Domingo Alzugaray.

  41. Besos perdidos, Mario Soffici et al., 1 videocassette (65 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: María Duval, Miguel Faust Rocha, Alita Román.
    Abstract: Estéban is a bitter old man who cares only for his work. His daughter, Henrietta, is tired of his selfish ways and runs away to her Godfather, Enrique's, house. While she resides there, she turns his life upside down and convinces herself that he is her real father. When Enrique confronts Estéban, he discovers that Henrietta is right.

  42. La bestia debe morir, Román Viñoly Barreto et al., 1 videocassette (99 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Narciso Ibáñez Menta, Guillermo Battaglia, Milagros de la Vega.
    Abstract: A strict, ruthless man dies of an unknown cause and his family members are accused. His young son must face his relatives, each of whom is a suspect. Each has a possible motive and circumstantial evidence could point to each.

  43. La bestia humana, Daniel Tinayre et al., 1 videocassette 110 min.), Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ana María Lynch, Massimo Girotti, Eduardo Cuitiño.
    Abstract: Pedro is a train conductor who leads a rather normal life except for the fact that he is afraid of women, or rather they make him turn crazy. After the death of a rich gentleman, Pedro falls in love with Laura, the lover of the gentleman and together the two of them plot to kill her husband. Meanwhile, money and love letters are hidden in an effort to avoid police detection. Unfortunately, there is much more death before anything can be solved by the police. Even when cautioned, Pedro takes matters into his own hands.

  44. Bibliotecas populares argentinas, Ricardo Wulicher, Gustavo Wagner, and Comisión Nacional Protectora de Bibliotecas Populares, 1 videocassette (26 min.), Argentina, 1996.
    Notes: Added Title: Informatizacion de las bibliotecas populares
    Added Title: Bibliomovil.
    Abstract: A look at public libraries in Argentina, including the bookmobile program; followed by two short promotional films by CONABIP.

  45. Billetes, billetes, Martín Schor et al., 1 videocassette, Uruguay, 198-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Julio de Grazia, Ulises Dumont, Haydée Padilla.

  46. Blauaugig, Reinhard Hauff et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Montevideo Uruguay, 1992?
    Notes: Performer Note: Julio de Grazia, Emilia Mazer, Alberto Segado.
    Abstract: Film about an Argentinian based German businessman who is a respected figure in the Argentine business community and who knows how to move in political circles. His daughter rebels against his conservativism and leaves home. Eventually she is murdered but not before giving birth to a son. The business man makes it his mission to find his grandson who he knows has blue eyes just like his.

  47. La boda, Lucas Demare et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: José Suárez, Graciela Borges, Susana Campos, Néstor Deval, Hugo Pimentel, José Rubio, José Guardiola, Marta Padován, Luis Vilar, Juan Cortés.
    Abstract: A man whose wife was murdered returns to his town to marry another woman, against the resistance of the people.

  48. Bodas de sangre, Edmundo Guibourg et al., 1 videocassette (125 min.), Argentina, 199u.
    Notes: Performer Note: Margarita Xirgu, Pedro López Lagar, Eduardo Alvarez Diosdado.

  49. Borges para millones, Jorge Luis Borges et al., 1 videocassette (73 min.), Argentina.
    Abstract: Jorge Luis Borges discusses his life and literary works; includes staged reenactments of some of his works.

  50. La buena vida, René Mugica et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Fernanda Mistral, Zulma Faiad, José M. Langlais.
    Abstract: A young man buys an apartment as part of a money-making deal with his boss and his girlfriend's gypsy family move in. The manager is appalled at the noisy family of around 8 people with kids, dogs, and birds. However, this young man quickly falls for a woman named Laura who lives in the same building. When the family is kicked out and the money given back, the young man must figure out how to lose his girlfriend and spend more time with Laura.

  51. Buenos Aires, Rock IV. Festival B.A., Rock, Héctor Olivera and Video Films S.R.L, 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Abstract: Documents performances at the 4th Festival of Buenos Aires, Rock by: Spinta Jade, Raúl Porchetto, Litto Nebia, Pedro yh Pablo, Cantilo yh Punch, Rubén Rada, Los Abuelos de la Nada, León Gieco, Peiro con Prema, Alejandro Lerner, Orions, La Torre, and V-8. The filmmakers interview musicians about their music, and explore how it is received by their audiences.

  52. Buenos días, Buenos Aires, Buenos días, Buenos Aires, 1 videocassette (XX min.), Argentina.

  53. Caballos salvajes, Marcelo Piäneyro et al., 1 videocassette (125 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Héctor Alterio, Leonardo Sbaraglio, Cecilia Dopazo.
    Abstract: Two men: Jose, 70 years old, and Pedro, who is 23, who connect at the precise moment at which the former intends to end his life and the latter intends to begin it. Jose robs the bank where Pedro works and takes him hostage, but Pedro takes charge and he drives both of them out to the countryside. So begins their adventure.

  54. Cada hogar, un mundo, Carlos Borcosque et al., 1 videocassette (82 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: María Duval, Oscar Valicelli, María Santos, Rufino Córdoba, Felisa Mary, Carlos Cores, Silvina Roth, Tito Gómez, Ana Arneodo, Homero Cárpena, Alba Castellanos, Carlos Lagrota, Eric Serrador, Semillita, Enrique Chaico.
    Abstract: The two sons of a marriage compete for the love of an adolescent adopted by the family.

  55. Cadetes de San Martín, Mario Soffici and Arte Video (Firm), 1 videocassette, Argentina, 1919.

  56. Camila, Maria Luisa Bemberg et al., 1 videocassette (105 min.), Los Angeles, Calif, 1985?
    Notes: Performer Note: Susú Pecoraro, Imanol Arias, Hector Alterio, Mona Maris.
    Abstract: "Recounts the true story of a young Catholic socialite from Buenos Aires, Camila O'Gorman, who falls in love and runs away with a young Jesuit priest, Ladislao Gutierrez. The two find temporary happiness in a small provincial village ... but their peace is ephemeral, and eventually they are recognized and ultimately condemned to death without a trial."--External container.

  57. Camino del infierno, Luis Saslavsky et al., 1 videocassette (96 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mecha Ortiz, Pedro López Lagar, Amelia Bence, Elsa O'Connor, Alberto Bello, Alita Román, Rafael Frontaura, Ofelia Cortesina, Alberto Vila, Herminia Mas, Guillermo Battaglia, Iris Portillo, Aída Villadeamigo, Pedro Fiorito, Pura Díaz.
    Abstract: A thriller-melodrama, in which a woman, filled with jealousy, stalks a man.

  58. Candida, la mujer de año, Enrique Santos Discépolo et al., 1 videocassette (67 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Niní Marshall, Augusto Codecá, Carlo Morganti.
    Abstract: Candida Loureiro Ramallada and her husband, Jesús are cheated by unscrupulous land salesmen and she establishes herself as the leader of an organization people who have been swindled. For this, she is named "woman of the year.".

  59. Cándida millonaria, Luis Bayón Herrera et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Niní Marshall, Alberto Bello, Alejandro Maximino.

  60. Caprichosa y millonaria, Enrique Santos Discépolo et al., 1 videocassette (75 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Paulina Singerman, Tania, Augusto Codecá.

  61. La casa de los millones, Luis Bayón Herrera et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Olinda Bozán, Héctor Quintanilla.

  62. Casa de muñecas, Ernesto Arancibia et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Delia Garcés, Jorge Rigaud.

  63. Casamiento en Buenos Aires, Niní Marshall et al., 1 videocassette (87 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1995?
    Notes: Performer Note: Niní Marshall, Enrique Serrano, Sabina Olmos.
    Abstract: A series of complicated misunderstandings occur when a man, the evening before he is to be married, takes an American singer to dinner and dancing.

  64. Casi no nos dimos cuenta, Antonio Ottone et al., 1 videocassette (82 min.), San Luis, Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ingrid Pelicori, Daniel Fanego, Arturo Bonín.
    Abstract: This is the story of Graciela and Alberto, a middle-class couple, from their first days to their separation, told through flashbacks during Graciela's psychoanalysis sessions. Their breakup is traumatic for Graciela, but less so for Abel, who has developed an interest in Susy.

  65. Cenizas del paraiso, Marcelo Piäneyro et al., 1 videocassette (135 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Héctor Alterio, Cecilia Roth, Leonardo Sbaraglia.
    Abstract: A judge falls from the roof of the Federal Courthouse. A woman is murdered. Between them and the three sons of the judge there is a connection that will be investigated by a woman judge who is determined to discover the truth.

  66. Chorros, Jorge Coscia et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 198-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Víctor Laplace, Javier Portales, Norberto Díaz.

  67. Cien veces no debo, Alejandro Doria et al., 1 videocassette (92 min.), San Luis, Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Norma Aleandro, Luis Brandoni, Andrea del Boca.
    Abstract: An average middle-class family. Lidia Beatriz is the apple of her parent's eyes...until they discover she is pregnant, and not by her offical fiancé, either. Suddenly their love is in question as they worry about what the neighbors will say.

  68. La cigarra no es un bicho, Daniel Tinayre et al., 1 videocassette (107 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Narciso Ibañez Menta, Mirtha Legrand, Angel Magaña.
    Abstract: A case of bubonic plague is discovered in a fancy hotel. The couples who are staying there are forced to keep quarantine.

  69. Cipayos la tercera invasion, Jorge Coscia et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Guillermo Gramuglia, Virginia innocenti, Ines Estevez.
    Abstract: In the near future, Buenos Aires is occupied by the British Army. The British haven't come alone. In their multi-national army are Scots, Irish, Gurkas, Hindus and Africans. But the occupation isn't as peaceful as the invaders had hoped. From a poor neighborhood comes Angel with a gang of young people. They discover they have a powerful and effective weapon at their disposal: the tango.

  70. Cita en las estrellas, Carlos Schlieper et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: María Duval, Juan Carlos Thorry, Alberto de Mendoza.

  71. Comandos Azules in acción, Emilio Vieyra et al., 1 videocassette (79 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Martínez, Germán Kraus, Romualdo Quiroga
    Added Title: Comandos Azules.
    Abstract: In this sequel to Comandos Azules (1979), the Commandos must spring into action once more to foil a group of criminals who hide in the world of high society.

  72. Comedia rota, Oscar Barney Finn et al., 1 videocassette (110 min.), Uruguay, Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Julia von Grolman, Ignacio Quirós, Gianni Lunadei, Elsa Daniel, Arturo García Buhr, Thelma Stefani, Elena Tasisto, Nelly Prono, Darwin Sánchez, Ricardo Fasán, Jimeno del San Cuilco, Luis Cordara.
    Abstract: A writer helps a divorced woman escape her usual routine and isolated world.

  73. Comodines, Jorge Nisco et al., 1 videocassette (105 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carlos Calvo, Adrian Suar, Rodolfo Ranni.
    Abstract: Norberto Lorenzi is a police officer fighting against the drug traffickers while during a mission, one of his best friends is shot and killed. Norberto is assigned to work with Guillermo Parodi and together they try to avenge Norberto's friend's death.

  74. Con la musica en el alma, Luis Bayón Herrera et al., 1 videocassette (91 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Francisco Canaro, Andres "Toscanito" Poggio, Tito Lusiardo.

  75. Confesión, Luis J Moglia Barth et al., 1 videocassette (92 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hugo del Carril, Alberto Vila, M. Gómez Bao.
    Abstract: The plot is slight, dealing with the comings and goings of the singing groups who visit the small villages far from the bright lights of Buenos Aires. Los Zorzales are one such group, who take with them a girl who dreams of leaving her little town. When they return much later, she is now changed and worldly.

  76. Contigo y aquí, Fernando Siro et al., 1 videocassette (64 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Elio Roca, Mercedes Harris, Leonora Benedetto.
    Abstract: A jewel heist doesn't go exactly as planned. One of the thieves is wounded by a policeman. He must see a doctor, but that makes the doctor an accomplice. The doctor escapes to the countryside where he leads an exemplary life.

  77. Convivencia, Carlos Galettini et al., 1 videocassette (96 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: José Sacristán, Luis Brandoni, Cecilia Dopazo.
    Abstract: Two single men in their late forties spend regular weekends in a semi-derelict house on the Paraná river delta near Buenos Aires. However, when a girl asks for shelter from a storm, both men are forced to re-evaluate their lives and their friendship.

  78. Corazón de Turco, Lucas Demare et al., 1 videocassette (68 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alí Salem de Baraja, Malisa Zini, Roberto García Rámos.

  79. Corps perdus Cuerpos perdidos, Eduardo de Gregorio et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Laura Morante, Tchéky Karyo, Gerardo Romano, Georges Claisse.

  80. Correcional de mujeres, Emilio Vieyra et al., 1 videocassette 90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Julio de Grazia, Edda Bustamante, Tony Vilas.
    Abstract: A bunch of women are detained for various crimes and transported to a correctional facility, where they will meet a terrible fate in this jail, subjected to the cruelty of some of the wards and the tyranny of on of the oldest "guests.". While there, a plan of escape is hatched and carried out which then leads to the escape of about 8 women. Laura does not safely make it and is left behind to die. Fortunately, she survives and then attempts to help the women who are not doing well and are now part of a prostitution ring.

  81. Cortazar, Tristán Bauer et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, México, DF, 199-.
    Abstract: At 80 years after his birth, and 10 years after his death, Argentine writer Julio Cortázar narrates the story of his life. His words, spoken by Cortázar and by actor Alfredo Alcón, reveal a portrait of a man who gave us a literature that portrays impressions of the world by one who lived life fully. He worked with images the way Bach and Mozart worked with music, interweaving them into jazz. His presence in images and in recordings help illuminate a life that had a stormy beginning in Brussels in 1914 and ended in the cemetary of Montparnasse, where the body of the writer was laid to rest next to that of his wife, Carol Dunlop.

  82. Crisol de hombres, Arturo Gemmiti et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pedro Maratea, Roberto Duran, Eduardo Otero.
    Abstract: Epic comedy about how military service shapes the characters and lives of a group of young enlistees.

  83. Cristina, Francisco Mugica et al., 1 videocassette (70 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Zully Moreno, Esteban Serrador, Alberto Closas.
    Abstract: Cristina is about to marry and settle down when her mother dies and she realizes that she doesn't really know who she is. She moves to Buenos Aires where she quickly finds a job and after not too long, falls in love as well. Unfortunately, the man that she falls for is not very honest and even after giving him a second chance, Cristina soon realizes she has made a mistake.

  84. La cruz Gil, Cine Testimonio (Firm) and Yesterday Video Cine (Firm), 1 videocassette (20 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Abstract: This documentary explores the annual cultural celebration of the death of Antonio Gil, a former leader of a group of peasants in Mercedes, province of Corrientes, Argentina. He was killed on January 8th during the fights between the unitarios and federales in the middle of the 19th century, much to the dismay of the people. Through interview excerpts and scenes of the Antonio Gil Day, the loyalty and compassion of the town is revealed. For them, it is an expression of faith for what Gil represented.

  85. La Cruz invertida The shattered cross, Mario David et al., 1 videocassette (103 min.), United States, 1988.
    Notes: Performer Note: Oscar Martínez, Ana Maria Picchío, Arturo Maly
    Added Title: The shattered cross.
    Abstract: Carlos Samuel Torres, a young priest, is determined to defend his ideals even against the Church or the Army, and brings together three young people who also are fighting injustice.

  86. Cuando besa mi marido, Carlos Schlieper et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Malisa Zini, Angel Magaña, Juan Carlos Thorry.

  87. Cuando canta el corazón, Richard Harlan et al., 1 videocassette (102 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hugo del Carril, Aída Luz, José Ciarra.

  88. Cuando en el cielo pasan lista, Carlos Borcosque et al., 1 videocassette XX min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Narciso Ibáñez Menta, Ilde Pirovano, Ricardo Passano.

  89. Cuchillos de fuego, Román Chalbaud et al., 1 videocassette (101 min.), Venezuela, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Miguelangel Landa, Gabriel Fernández, Javier Zapata.
    Abstract: The father of a young boy, David, abandons his family. David's mother takes him in her search for work. They take refuge with a troupe of traveling street performers, but while they sleep, a man rapes and murders his mother. Years later, having grown up with the troupe, he searches for the murderer and dreams of revenge. After getting caught for petty theft, David is thrown into prison. He is taken under the protection of the leader of a prison gang who might be David's mother's murderer.

  90. La cumparsita, Antonio Momplet et al., 1 videocassette (XX min.), Argentina, 1919.

  91. La Cuna vacía, Carlos Rinaldi and Solo Para Coleccionistas (Firm), 1 videocassette, Argentina, 1919.

  92. Dablito de barrio, Antonio Cunill et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Carlos Calabro, Lorena Paola, Dalma Millavos.
    Abstract: Rita lives in a small town with her uncle. She is a very personable girl and can get along with most anybody. One day while out selling pens with her friend they find a wallet that belongs to a rich gentleman. Rita decides to return it and soon finds herself a part of a new family bringing love and happiness to everyone.

  93. Danza del fuego, Daniel Tinayre and Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.

  94. Dársena Sur, Lita Stantic, Pablo Reyero, and Video Zoom (Firm), 1 videocassette (77 min.), Argentina, 1997.
    Abstract: Documentary on the marginal Argentinian people who live near the river (Dock Sur).

  95. De hombre a hombre, Hugo Fregonese et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Erique Muiño, Tito Alonso, Norma Giméniz.

  96. De mi barrio con amor, José Santiso et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 105 min.), Colonia, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Brandoni, Alicia Bruzzo, Roberto Carnaghi, Fabian Vena, Ana María Giunta.
    Abstract: Margarita is a somewhat plump widow who publishes an ad in a newspaper in search of someone who will console and understand her. She thus contacts Pirucho, a neighborhood produce salesman, lady's man and would-be tango teacher. As they are about to meet, she gets mixed up and involved with Julian, a rather good-looking chap who is on a lucky streak.

  97. De regreso el país dormido, Gustavo Postiglione, 1 videocassette, Argentina.

  98. Debajo del mundo, Beda Docampo Feijóo et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), San José, Uruguay, 198-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Sergio Renán, Bárbara Mujica, Víctor Laplace.

  99. La delatoría, Kurt Land et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Riviero, Fada Santoro, Diana Maggi.
    Abstract: Geraldo, a man who has his way with women, fences stolen vehicles. He steals a car owned by a former lover, Margada. Later, the car is found to contain parts made of pure gold. Then Geraldo's plans begin to go wrong as various people work to turn him into the police. They die mysterious deaths and Geraldo is caught. He is sent to prison. Margada waits for him on the outside.

  100. Delirio, Arturo García Buhr et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Arturo García Buhr, Irma Córdoba, Rosa Rosen.

  101. Derecho viejo, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan José Miguez, Laura Hidalgo, Nélida, Bilbao ; Narciso Ibáñez Menta.
    Abstract: The film tells the story of the pioneers of tango. Just as tango becomes triumphant, the composer Eduardo Arolas loses the affection of his girlfriend due to the plotting of another woman interested in him.

  102. Despabílate amor, Eliseo Subiela et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Dario Grandineti, Juan Leyrado, Soledad Silveyra.
    Abstract: Ernesto and Ana were young lovers who never got married because Ana's parents did not think Ernesto was ambitious enough. Now, 25 years later Ana and Ernesto meet again and although Ana is married (to one of their old friends) and has a child, there is still a connection between the two. Through getting to know each other better, they both learn more about love.

  103. Después de ayer, Hebert Posse Amorin et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Enrique Liporace, María José Demare, Oscar Ferreiro.

  104. Días de odio Emma Zanz, Leopoldo Torre Nilsson et al., 1 videocassette (60 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Elisa Christián Galvé, Nicolás Fregues, Virginia Romay.

  105. Dieciseís años, Carlos Hugo Christensen et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: María Duval, George Rigaud, Alicia Barrié.

  106. Divorcio en Montevideo, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Nini Marshall, Enrique Serrano, Sabina Olmos.

  107. DNI, Luis Brunati et al., 1 videocassette (91 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Paulino Andrada, Carlos Carella, Alberto Fernández de Rosa.
    Abstract: Congressman for the Partido Justicialista and filmmaker Luis Brunati's film performs a structural analysis of two centuries of Argentine history from a federal and provincial standpoint, and also takes into consideration the viewpoints of other political sectors. This analysis alternates with the fictional history of a worker, of his family and their everyday problems. "DNI" is the abbreviation of the national ID, the Documento Nacional de Indentidad.

  108. Dock sud, Tulio Demicheli et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mario Fortuna, Ana Lassalle, Pepita Muñoz.
    Abstract: "Inspired by real events which took place in Riachuelo, July 12, 1930.".

  109. Doña Francisquita, Ladislaus Vajda et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mirtha Legrand, Armando Calvo, Antonio Casal.
    Abstract: The Lambertini studio is mounting a performance of the zarzuela "Doña Francisquito" for a benefit function. It appears that Fernando will be the male half of the love duet in the musical work. The excellent singing and enthusiasm of Lambertini make real the love that the dreamy Francisquita feels for Fernando. Unfortunately, he is in love with Aurora.

  110. Dos amigos y un amor, Lucas Demare et al., 1 videocassette (82 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Iglesias "El Zorro", Juan Carlos Thorry, Norma Castillo.

  111. Dos Quijotes sobre ruedas, Emilio Vieyra et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Argentina.
    Notes: Performer Note: Julio Aldama, Jorge Sobral, Susy Leiva.
    Abstract: A pair of truck drivers are hired to haul the body of a gangland hit, but they have second thoughts once they are on the road.

  112. La edad del amor, Julio Saraceni et al., 1 videocassette (105 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Lolita Torres, Alberto Dalbes, Ramón Garay.
    Abstract: The frustrated love of a famous artist and an upper class man are repeated years later between their children.

  113. El abuelo, Román Viñoly Barreto et al., 1 videocassette (94 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Enrique Muiño, Mecha Ortiz, Elsa Daniel, Pedro Pompillo, Enrique Fava, Erika Mandel, José Ruzzo, Amalia Bernabé, Lina Bardo, Alberto Barcel, Carlos Lagrotta.
    Abstract: An old man returns to his town after many years of absence. Instead of the tranquility and rest he expects to find, he comes home to many family problems.

  114. El acompañamiento, Carlos Orgambide et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Montevideo Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carlos Carella, Franklin Caicedo, María Rosa Gallo, Haydée Padilla.
    Abstract: Tuco, a man on the verge of retirement, is an amateur singer, who, as many others like him, considers himself the mythical successor of Carlos Gardel. Someone has played a bad prank on him, promising him a television debut, and, risking everything, he breaks ties with everyone around him, shuts himself up in his attic to practice singing and waits impaitiently for the arrival of the guitarists, his accompaniment.

  115. El alma del bandoleón, Mario Soffici et al., 1 videocassette (72 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Libertad Lamarque, Santiago Arrieta, Domingo Sapelli.
    Abstract: Elda and Fabián are actors hoping for a big break. Their two-year old daughter dies, throwing their lives into tragic disarray. If that weren't enough, Elda's ex-lover comes back into their lives to stir them up further.

  116. El amor es una mujer gorda, Alejandro Agresti et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 75 min.), Tucumán, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Elio Marchi, Sergio Poves Campos, Carlos Roffé.
    Abstract: José is a journalist in Buenos Aires shortly after the fall of the military dictatorship. He cannot accept that his wife is one of the "disappeared" and he gets in trouble with his newspaper when he writes and article criticizing an American film crew working in Argentina.

  117. El amor nunca muere, Luis Cesar Amadori et al., 1 videocassette (117 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Zully Moreno ; Mirtha Legrand, Tita Merello.

  118. El arreglo, Fernando Ayala et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Federico Luppi, Julio de Grazia, Rodolfo Ranni, Haydee Padilla.
    Abstract: In a suburb of Buenos Aires, construction is underway to pipe in water. Unfortunately, only some of the inhabitants will benefit; the rest will be forced to continue relying on their worn-out pumps that constantly break down. The neighbors decide they will bribe the overseerer of the project; only housepainter Luis Bellamo refuses to go along with the plan, arguing that honesty is the greater good.

  119. El ausente, Rafael Filippelli et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Omar Rezk, Roberto Suter, Ana María Mazzaza.
    Abstract: Raúl Salas is the general secretary of a major union in Córdoba, Argentina who is trying to fight the union politics as best he can despite continual defeat. It is a time of unrest, around 1975, and Salas watches and hopes that what he builds will last. However, even the greatest of leaders can only do so much.

  120. El bulín, Angel Acciaresi et al., 1 videocassette (87 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Norman Briski, Beatriz Bonnet, Susana Campos, Juan Ramón, Jorge Porcel, Fidel Pintos, Nelly Láinez, Horacio Bruno, Eddie Pequenino, Javier Portales, Linda Peretz, Rosángela Balbo, Mimí Pons, Norma Pons, Nancy Lopresti, Vicente Rubino, Vicente Quintana "Charola", Amaiia Bernabé, Luisina Brando, Mary Pelliza, Daniel Razeni, Estela Vidal, Teresa Wallon.
    Abstract: From time immemorial, the "bulín" has been a "porteño" institution, coveted by all male natives of the city, regardless of their age. These are the adventures of five employees of the same office who acquire a a small apartment which they can use to make romantic rendezvous.

  121. El camino de los sueños, Javier Torre et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1993.
    Notes: Performer Note: Victor Lapaple, Sandra Bellesteros, Lito Cruz.
    Abstract: Ignacio Silva is a mediocre Argentine professor living in the United States and Verónica is wanderer who plays with the hearts of all the men who love her. Together they find a sensual relationship and together they find a single right path ... the path of dreams.

  122. El camino hacia la muerte del viejo reales, Gerardo Vallejos, 1 videocassette (66 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Abstract: Documentary about the exploitation of workers in sugar cane plantations of Tucumán, Argentina.

  123. El canillita y la dama, Luis Cesar Amadori et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Rosita Moreno, Lalo Bouhier.

  124. El cañonero de Giles, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Luisa Vehil, Marcos Caplan.

  125. El cantor del pueblo, Antonio Ber Ciani et al., 1 videocassette (78 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Roberto Quiroga, Tito Lusiardo, Mario Fortuna.
    Abstract: Three young men leave their neighborhood to seek their fame as tango singers.

  126. El cantor enamorada, Juan Antonio Serna et al., 1 videocassette (88) min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hernán Figueroa Reyes, Enrique Coria, Sergio Capote Piñero.
    Abstract: Musical comedy about a singer traveling from town to town with his bandmates.

  127. El capitán Pérez, Enrique Cahen Salaberry et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Olinda Bozán, José Olarra, Alberto Bello.

  128. El capitán veneno, Enrique Martinent et al., 1 videocassette (73 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Rosa Rosen, J. García León.

  129. El casamiento de Laucha, Enrique Dawi et al., 1 videocassette (99 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Landriscina, Malvina Pastorino, Mario Sánchez.
    Abstract: Laucha is a wanderer who lands in a small town, hired to tend bar. Laucha helps his boss, Carolina, increase her profits and wins her love. They get married before she discovers his gambling problems. He loses all her money and leaves her. On the road again, he has ample time to examine his faults and realize what he has thrown away.

  130. El caso María Soledad, Hector Olivera et al., 1 videocassette (125 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1993.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carolina Fal, Valentina Bassi, Belen Blanco.
    Abstract: Based on real events, the film tells the story of a brutal crime from the viewpoint of the victim's best friend. María Soledad Morales was raped and murdered near her college. Mava, her friend, seeks to find out the truth about the crime.

  131. El censor, Eduardo Calcagno et al., 1 videocassette (107 min.), Lavelle, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ulises Dumont, Lorenzo Quinteros, Alberto Segado.
    Abstract: The action begins in 1977, during the time of the final military government. Raúl Veirabés is the head of the film censorship office. He is a man of average taste, frank, discerning and honest--one whose taste in films conflict with his duties. he lives with his adolescent daughter in an unremarkable life, other than his secret collection of the most beautiful parts of the films he has censored. 8 years later, democracy reigns and he has difficulty in reconciling his former life with the present reality.

  132. El centroforward murio al amanecer, René Mugica et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Medina Castro, Raúl Rossi, Pierina Dealessi.

  133. El Che, Aníbal di Salvo et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 82 min.), Argentina, 199u.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hugo Arana, Ulises Dumont, Alejo García Pintos.
    Abstract: Dramatized story of Ernesto "Che" Guevara's pursuit by the Bolivian Army and his death at their hands.

  134. El conde de Montecristo, León Klimovsky et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Argentina, 1992.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Mistral, Elina Colomer, Nelly Meden.
    Abstract: Edmond Dantes is imprisoned in the Chateau d'If without trial, for carrying a message from Napoleon in exile on Elba. After being told that he died in prison, his fiancée Mercedes is forced to marry his rival De Villefort. Twenty years later, Dantes escapes with the help of the Abbe Faria, who leaves him the treasure of Monte Cristo. Dantes, now called the Count of Monte Cristo, plans his revenge on the three who framed him.

  135. El cura gaucho, Lucas Demare et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Enrique Muiño, Aída Alberti, Eloy Alverez.

  136. El cura Lorenzo, Augusto César Vatteone et al., 1 videocassette (78 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Angel Magaña, Nelly Meden, Tito Alonso.
    Abstract: Fictionalized story of Father Lorenzo Massa, who came to Buenos Aires in 1907, and who took a street soccer team under his wings at the Oratorio de San Antonio. The Club Atlético San Lorenzo de Almagro became famous in Argentina and its members were lionized as true heroes of the motherland.

  137. El dedo en la llaga, Alberto Lecchi et al., 1 videocassette (110 min.), IArgentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Dario Graninetti, Juanjo Puigcorbé, Karra Elejalde.
    Abstract: Angel and Eduardo are two good friends that travel around together acting. As they head to another destination their car breaks down and they are forced to stay in a small pueblo for awhile. While there, Eduardo runs into an old friend, now a professor in the town, and together the three of them try to open the town's theater up again. However, the police do not approve and try multiple times to break up the acting group.

  138. El derecho de nacer, Tito Davison et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 93 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Aurora Bautista, Julio Aleman, Maricruz Olivier.
    Abstract: A young woman in Cuba in the early part of the 20th century gives birth to an illegitimate son. The child is taken away to be raised by the family's maid. Years later, he has grown into a handsome young man and she has become a nun, having been shunned by her family. When her father is on his deathbed, she comes to to him in an attempt to reconcile.

  139. El deseo, Emilio Villalba Wells et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Roberto Airaldi, Santiago Gomez Cou, Aida Luz, Elsa O'Connor.
    Abstract: A young woman is accused of murder.

  140. El Diablo andaba en los Choclos, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 1946.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Silvana Roth, Alita Roman.

  141. El embajador, Tito Davision et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Argentina, 1919.

  142. El extrano caso de la mujer asesinada, Boris Hardy et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: María Duval, George Rigaud, Francisco Martínez Allende.

  143. El fabricante de estrellas, Manuel Romero and Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.

  144. El familiar, Octavio Getino et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carlos Lagos, Noemi Manzano, Hugo Alvarez.
    Abstract: Inspired by legend from northern Argentina, the Getino presents an allegory about the people of Latin America.

  145. El gordo catástrofe, Hugo Moser et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Porcel, Moria Casán, Graciela Alfano.
    Abstract: Catrasca is a big man who is very accident prone. He is a chef for a nice restaurant and also cooks during the day for a boys home. One day, he gets hit by the car of a beautiful lady who then takes him to her home where her father, a doctor, takes care of him. Catrasca then ends up working for their family and manages to get caught up in the revealing of a secret potion that the doctor has created.

  146. El Gordo Villanueva, Julio Saraceni et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Porcel, Julia Sandoval, Juan Carlos Altavista.
    Abstract: Gordo (the big one) Villanueva is put on trial for having cheated people out of things. As the case unfolds, many people that Gordo knows, (including family, friends, and acquaintances) speak up. Most do not say much nice, but Gordo has this way of making light of any situation. In the end, he manages to pull off another of his unexpected performances.

  147. El Gran calavera, Luis Buñuel and Epoca Video Ediciones (Firm), 1 videocassette (90 min), Buenos Aires Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Event Note: Videocassette release of the 1949 motion picture
    Added Title: The Great madcap.
    Abstract: Satirical film exploring the themes of transexual humor, sexuality in advertising, the working class' comical exploitation of the ruling classes, and the link between Christian evangelism and hard-sell advertising.

  148. El hermano José, Antonio Momplet et al., 1 videocassette (93 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Arias, Ernesto Raquén, Raimundo Pastore.
    Abstract: A comedy featuring healers, magicians and the appearance of spirits in an abandoned house.

  149. El hermoso Brummel, Julio Saraceni et al., 1 videocassette (89 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Fidel Pintos, Delfi Ortega, Carlos Enriquez.
    Abstract: His name was George Bryan Brummell, but he was known as Beau Brummell as a popular tribute to his almost diabolical fame as a dandy. He leaves the Army after insulting the Prince of Wales, regent of the king. He plots his revenge and puts himself at the center of palace intrigue and scandals.

  150. El heroico Bonifacio, Enrique Cahen Salaberry et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Iglesias, Nélida Romero, Andrés Mejuto.

  151. El hijo del crack, Leopoldo Torres Ríos, Leopoldo Torre Nilsson, and Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.

  152. El hombre del sábado, Leopoldo Torres Ríos et al., 1 videocassette (70 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pedro Quartucci, Virginia Luque, Pedro Maratea.
    Abstract: A working class man named Antonio Pérez is in love with an actress named Nora. After a series of love letters, he finally gets the opportunity to meet her. He buys a lottery ticket and ends up winning a lot of money. Along with this new fortune, he acquires new acquaintances and finds himself on unexpected adventures, all in the hope of winning Nora's heart.

  153. El hombre que amé, Alberto de Zavalía et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pedro López Lagar, Delia Garcés, Jorge Salcedo.

  154. El idolo del tango, Héctor A Canziani et al., 1 videocassette (70 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Abstract: A young saleswoman in a music shop becomes enamoured with a popular singer.

  155. El ídolo del tango, Héctor A Canziani et al., 1 videocassette (81 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Julio Martel, Graciela Lecube, Héctor Ferraro
    Contents: El ídolo del tango (b&w; 64 min.) -- Documentary footage (col., ca. 17 min.).
    Abstract: Feature is followed by short documentary showing a celebration in honor of Julio Martel which took place in Buenos Aires on Apr. 15, 1992. Includes clips from Julio Martel's films.

  156. El Inquisidor de Lima el fuego del pecado, Bernardo Arias et al., 1 videocassette, La Paz, Uruguay, 198-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Duilo Marzio, María Aurelia Bisutti, Elena Sedova.

  157. El juguete rabioso, Javier Torres et al., 1 videocassette (93 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Thelma Biral, Lito Cruz, Mariano Torre, Onofre Lovero, María Vaner, Jorge Luz, Juan Acosta, Jean Pierre Regueraz, Lara Ebekián, Federico Mini, Nazareno Alvarez, Horacio Rocca, Augusto Britez, Horacio Marassi, Enrique Otranto.
    Abstract: A young man has ambitions to become an inventor, but he is only employed at a book store. In 1984, the director Jose Maria Paoloantonio made another film based on the famous novel by Robert Arlt.

  158. El lado oscuro del corazón, Eliseo Subiela et al., 1 videocassette (127 min.), San Luis, Argentina, 1992.
    Notes: Performer Note: Dario Grandinetti, Sandra Ballesteros, Nacha Guevara.
    Abstract: The story of Oliverio, a poet who searches for a woman who knows how to fly, while Death, which constantly stalks him tries to convince him that for her flying would be quotidian. Ana, a prostitute, will be Oliverio's "discovery", will incarnate the sought love, at times happy, at others, melancholy but always surprising.

  159. El macho, Marcello Andrei et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carlos Monzón, Malisa Longo, Susana Giménez.
    Abstract: A shipment of gold destined for the Bank of Abilene is robbed by bandits. When the Sheriff arrives, he notices that one of the dead bandits looks like the Kid, an adventurer whom the Sheriff has met recently. The Sheriff persuades the Kid to infiltrate the bandit. The Kid discovers that the gold is a fake and the whole thing is an insurance swindle cooked up by Banker Ross, in collaboration with the Sheriff and a mysterious figure called Soledad.

  160. El más infeliz del pueblo, Luis Bayón Herrera et al., 1 videocassette (70 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Héctor Qintanilla, Iris Martorelli.
    Abstract: Panteleón Cordero is about to be married. However, his wife-to-be is worried that she will be embarrassed by this man who always gets nervous and mumbles. Still, they marry and yet manage to argue, even on their wedding day. Panteleón must iron out the rumors and gain back the respect from his wife. Thus, as he develops and time goes on, Panteleón pulls through with confidence despite his wife's doubts.

  161. El milagro de Ceferino Namuncirá, Máximo Berrondo et al., 1 videocassette (70 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Nelly Ortiz, Lucerito, Adelio Marzerati.
    Abstract: Wealthy landowner and widow Señora Catalina plans to marry her homebound son Raphael to one of her servants, Irene. To her surprise, Raphael brings home a wife who is of pure indigenous Argentinean blood, much to Señora Catalina's disliking. Meanwhile Irene schemes on how she can steal Señora Ctlalina's land holding by any means necessary.

  162. El misterio del cuarto amarillo, Julio Saraceni et al., 1 videocassette (78 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Santiago Gómez Cou, Tito Alonso, Herminia Franco.
    Abstract: Matilde lives with her father and one night is assaulted by an intruder in her yellow room. The intruder escapes and soon detectives and reporters are at the house trying to figure out the mystery. Everyone is in eager anticipation of the intruders return, when one night, shots are fired and someone dies. However, the truth is not divulged until a dramatic court seen where Matilde's secrets are revealed.

  163. El misterioso Tio Sylas, Máximo Berrondo and Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.
    Abstract: Muet (Elsa O'Connor), daughter of wealthy businessman (Ricardo Galache) is left with the responsibility of rehabilitating her mysterious uncle Sylas, after her father's death.

  164. El morocho del abasto, Julio Rossi et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Rolando Chaves, Tito Lusiardo, Pierina Dealessi.

  165. El Muerto The Dead man, Fernando Ayala et al., 1 videocassette (103 min.), United States, Fresno, CA, 1987?
    Notes: Performer Note: Francisco Rabal, Thelma Biral, Juan Jose Camero
    Added Title: Dead man.
    Abstract: "Traces the life of Benjamin Otálora. In nineteenth century South America, Otálora must flee Buenos Aires for killing a man. On his arrival in Montevideo, he meets the leader of a smuggling ring who takes him under his wings. As the aging gang leader takes sick however, Otálora covertly attempts to claim power within the ring."--External container.

  166. El mundo contra mi, Beda Docampo Feijóo et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 88 min.), San Luis, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pauline Rachid, Mirta Bunelli, Daniel Fanego, Jorge Marrale, Carolino Papaleo.
    Abstract: An exploration of growing up in modern Argentina. Florencia is the daughter of a filmmaker and nothing is going right in her life. She records her thoughts on a video diary and day by day, the world seems to be falling apart around her--her mother may be having an affair, she doesn't fit in with her peers, she doesn't feel attractive. Soon, something must change.

  167. El negro que tenía el alma blanca, Hugo del Carril et al., 1 videocassette (87 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hugo del Carril, María Rosa Salgado, Antonio Casal.

  168. El pendiente, León Klimovsky et al., 1 videocassette XX min.), Argentina, 1951.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mirtha Legrand, José Cibrián, Francisco de Paula.
    Abstract: The heroine falls in love with Luciano Varilla, only to later discover he is being unfaithful. She moves away from town to avoid Luciano because he starts stalking her. She later meets and falls in love with Roberto. Luciano tracks the her down and attempts to blackmail her by using letters that she had written to him while they were involved. Luciano changes the dates on the letters and accuses her of adultery.

  169. El picnic de los Campanelli, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (70 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Anchart, Dorita Burgos, Osvaldo Canonico.
    Abstract: A family picnic turns out to be more than just a day of relaxation. A group of four men end up chasing their stolen suitcase of money that the family has accidently taken on their picnic with them. The men go through many of the day's activities just to get what they want. Still, by the end, everyone ends up content with their day away from the city.

  170. El pijama de Adán, Francisco Mugica, 1 videocassette XX min.), Argentina, 1919.

  171. El portón de los sueños vida y obra de Augusto Roa Bastos, Hugo Gamarra Etcheverry et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Narration: Augusto Roa Bastos.
    Abstract: Portrait of the writer Augusto Roa Bastos, considered Paraguay's greatest living writer. Roa Bastos narrates a reconstruction of his childhood, mixed in with dramatizations of writings.

  172. El profesor punk, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Porcel, Julio de Grazia, Beatríz Salomón.
    Abstract: Amadeo Pancurullo is the music teacher at a coeducational high school. He goes on a camping trip with his students and a few other teachers. Two prisoners who have escaped from jail end up in their midst when they hunt for loot buried just in the center of the camp.

  173. El professor Cero, Luis César Amadori et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Arias, Zully Moreno, Osvaldo Miranda.

  174. El reñidero, René Mugica et al., 1 videocassette (65 min.), Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alfredo Alcón, Francisco Petrone, Jorge Salcedo.
    Abstract: Wealthy Argentine ranch owner, Don Pancho Morales, gets mysteriously murdered. His emotionally disturbed daughter, Elena, who was in love with him convinces her brother Orestes that her mother and the groundskeeper, Soriano, were responsible for the murder. Orestes is faced with the decision of avenging his father or believing the truth that his mother tells him.

  175. El retrato, Carlos Schlieper et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mirtha Legrand, Juan Carlos Thorry, Alberto Bello.

  176. El soltero, Carlos F Borcosque et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 198-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Claudio García Satur, Fernanda Mistral, Enrique Almada.
    Abstract: Raúl is a single man who has many problems. He likes women, but can not seem to settle down. His ex-girlfriend Marta was not enough for him and he could not commit to her. Meanwhile, his mother and friends keep trying to get him to move on in life. After many setbacks, including leaving his girlfriend, getting robbed, arguments with his family, and losing other women, Raul must really decide what is best for him.

  177. El solterón, Fernando Mujica et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 90 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Enrique Serrano, Juan Carlos Thorry, Fanny Navarro.
    Abstract: Tomasito is a bachelor and a member of an old family who lives in the center of the city, uncontaminated by ideas about the night life. He travels to Europe and discovers a new world in the temptations of the Old World. Many years later, he discovers he has a 30 year-old son and decides to help him avoid the depths to which he, himself fell.

  178. El tango vuelve a Paris, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Castillo, Aníbal Triolo, Severo Fernández.
    Abstract: In this sequel to Romero's Tres anclados en Paris, a singer goes to Paris to introduce the tango to the City of Light. While he is there, he falls in love.

  179. El tío disparaté, Palito Ortega et al., 1 videocassette (81 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carlitos Bala, Las Trillizas de Oro, Javier Portales, Iris Laínez.

  180. El túnel, León Klimovsky et al., 1 videocassette (94 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Laura Hidalgo, Carlos Thompson, Santiago Gómez Cou, Bemardo Perrone, Maruja Gil Quesada, Pascual Pellicciotta, Ricardo Lavié. Enrique Fava, Margarita Burke, Fausto Padul, Alfredo Distasio, luan Ehlelt, Guillermo Witte, Inés dc Tolosa.
    Abstract: Adapted from the novel of the same title by Ernesto Sabato, about a painter who kills the woman he loves.

  181. El último perro, Lucas Demare et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hugo del Carril, Nelly Heden, Nelly Panizza.
    Abstract: When María Faviana was a little girl, Indians killed everyone in her family, but her father put her on a horse in hopes that she would be found. She ends up at a small community where they take her in. As she grows up, María is faced with the threat of Indians, the jealousy of other men in the village, and the loss of her family. When another family is attacked, a small girl is orphaned, and so María takes her in and together the two of them try to survive as best they can.

  182. El verano del potro, Andre Melançon et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Héctor Alterio, Alexandra London-Thompson, Juan de Benedictis.
    Abstract: Daniel, Laura, and Felipe go to their grandparents' house every summer. This summer, Daniel (the oldest boy) really wants to break in a wild horse and learn to ride him. However, Martín, a close childhood friend that lives with his family on the same ranch, gets a little jealous because he wants the horse. Meanwhile, Laura tries to understand why her grandfather seems not to love her anymore. By the end of the summer, frienships are renewed and family ties are made stronger.

  183. El verso, Santiago Carlos Oves et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Brandoni, Virginia Lago,Tincho Zabala.
    Abstract: Juan lives off the "hustle," that is, telling stories, his gift of gab, selling apples for oranges, knife sharpeners to bus riders. He is not worthy of admiration or pity. He is a human being whose life took a bad turn. His middle-class aspirations crushed by unemployment, he makes a living selling coffee in the streets. He has learned to live from the distinguished art of "hustling." Juan makes believe that he deceives everyone -- his "clients," his wife Rosa, his lover Myriam , even the "Rumanian" who refuses to extend him any more credit, but in reality Juan deceives no one. This Argentinean institution is a house of cards which crumbles on its own, and Juan, with his dream of becoming a radio commentator ("imagine, they pay you just for talking!"), must face reality.

  184. El Viaje The voyage, Fernando E Solanes et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 133 min.), United Kingdom, 1997.
    Notes: Performer Note: Walter Quiroz, Soledad Alfaro, Ricardo Bartis.
    Abstract: In this companion piece to Solanas' films Tangos and Sur, 17 yr. old Martin sets out an odyssey through Latin America to find his father, last heard of working as an anthropologist in Brazil. He hopes his journey will serve as an important rite of passage to resolve his search for his identity. He sets out by bicycle, wending his way from Tierra del Fuego to Peru, the Andes highlands, and then on to the Amazon, finally reaching the Brazilian gold mine where his father now works as a prospector. Along the epic journey, Martin experiences Latin American reality and myth, and witness the absurdities and contradictions which the director, Fernando Solanas, believes represent modern-day Argentina.

  185. El viejo doctor, Mario Soffici et al., 1 videocassette (76 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Enrique Muiño, Alicia Vignoli, Angel Magaña.
    Abstract: An old, traditional doctor comes into conflict with a young doctor with new medical ideas and practices.

  186. El viejo Hucha, Lucas Demare et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Enrique Muiño, Francisco Petrone, Nuri Montse.
    Abstract: A wealthy Argentine businessman and father of six, shelters his children and is very strict with them. All that he wishes is for them to be successful and safe, but he alienates them in the process. Humberto, the eldest son leads a lifestyle of a gambling mobster just to spite his father.

  187. El Zorro pierde el pelo, Mario C Lugones et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Iglesias, Fidel Pintos, María Esther Gamas.

  188. Ellos nos hicieron así, Mario Soffici et al., 1 videocassette (94 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Olga Zubarry, Alberto Mendoza, Golde Flami.
    Abstract: Manuel, a smart and handsome young man, is in love with Francisca. Unfortunately, Manuel's father bvegins to suffer from arthritis and Manuel must postpone school in order to run his father's business. Upon learning this, Francisca chooses another man and leaves Manuel in the past. A series of unhappy events convinces Francisca of her mistake, and she seeks out Manuel once more.

  189. En el nombre del hijo, Jorge Polaco et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 88 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Margot Moreyra, Ariel Bonomi, Fernando Madanes.
    Abstract: "This is a family chonicle without any concessions, where everything happens like newspaper headlines. Its characters are purely Argentinean and they offer a range of perversions representative of our repressive society. Those characters get universialized in the great conflicts of Man: identiry, loneliness, sex, madness and death. A mother and her son and the different forms of overprotection: rejection, jealously, complicity and aversion. Two people who are seemingly adrift, with autonomous, but compromised identies." --Jorge Polaco.

  190. En el viejo Buenos Aires, Antonio Momplet et al., 1 videocassette (82 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Liberdad Lamarque, Luis Aldas, Orestes Caviglia, Elsa O'Connor.

  191. En memoria de Paulina, Alejandro Areal Vélez et al., 1 videocassette (54 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Cecilia Biagni, Marcelo Silva, Luis Rubio, Leandro Bardach.
    Abstract: Carlo is in love with Paulina, but he takes up an offer to study abroad. At a party the last night before he leaves, Julio Montaro, an acquaintance, offers to accompany Paulina home. Carlo hears nothing from Paulina for two years, then when he returns to Argentina, she suddenly reappears and they have a passionate meeting. Just as suddenly, she is gone again. When he tells his friend, Morgan, about seeing Paulina, Morgan informs him that Montaro murdered her the night of the party and is in prison.

  192. Encadenado, Enrique de Rosas et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Enrique de Rosas, Alita Roman, E. Raquen.

  193. Encuentros muy cercanos con señoras de cualquier tipo, Hugo Moser et al., 1 videocassette (84 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Olmedo, Jorge Porcel, Moria Casán.
    Abstract: A business man hires two comedians to close a deal with some clients in exchange for financing their own theater. The comedians convince two aspiring actresses to pose as their wives. The comedians at last gain their own theater but only after many adventures.

  194. Ernesto Sábato, Yesterday Video Cine (Firm), 1 videocassette (55 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Abstract: Interview with author Ernesto Sábatos, which took place in Santos Lugares, Argentina, in Jan. 1996.

  195. Escrito en el agua, Marcos Loayza et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mariano Bertolini, Jorge Marrale , Noemi Frenkel, Marcos Woinsky , Francisco Cocuzza, Luciana González Costa, Alejandro Awada, Mara Florencia Pal, Julieta Novarro, Daniel di Giulio, José Antonio Ciangoglini.
    Abstract: An adolescent travels with his executive father to a town in the interior, to visit his grandfather and so that his father can resolve a conflict with his petroleum company. The young boy falls in love with a girl and finds out the lies that his father and grandfather have been telling him all of his life.

  196. Espérame, Louis J Gasnier et al., 1 videocassette (61 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carlos Gardel, Goyita Herrero, Lolita Benavente, Manuel Paris, Jaime Devesa, Manuel Bernardos, Matilde Artero, José Arg elles, Leon Lavalle.
    Abstract: One of the first films of the legendary singer of tango, Carlos Gardel. Filmed in Paris.

  197. Espérame mucho, Victor Laplace et al., 1 videocassette (91 min.), Argentina, 1986.
    Notes: Performer Note: Victor Laplace, Alicia Bruzzo, Arturo Bonin.
    Abstract: Memories of a Jewish boy growing up in Buenos Aires in the 1950s.

  198. Está es mi vida, Román Viñoly Barreto et al., 1 videocassette (96 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Miguel de Molina, Adolfo Stray, Fidel Pintos.

  199. La estancia de Gaucho Cruz, Leopoldo Torres Ríos et al., 1 videocassette (76 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: José Gola, Rosa Rosen, Francisco Alverez.
    Abstract: A baby is left at a rancho. Hilario Cruz, the patrón, and his gauchos must take care of it while they try to discover who the mother might be.

  200. Estrellas de Buenos Aires, Kurt Land et al., 1 videocassette (68 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Arias, Alfredo Barbieri, Maruja Montes.

  201. Eva Perón, Juan Carlos Desanzo et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 102 min.), Argentina, San Luis, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Esther Goris, Victor Laplace, Cristina Banegas.
    Abstract: The film centers on Argentina's beloved first lady, Eva Duarte de Perón, in her 1951 election bid for vice president. She attempts to persuade her controversial husband, President Juan Perón, to run with her on the same ticket. But opposing political factions, secretly plotting to overthrow the Perón regime, see her as a threat to their power because of her popular charity efforts for her country's poor masses.

  202. Expedición Atlantis, Alfredo Barragán, Centro de Actividades Deportivas, Exploración y Investigación (Argentina), and Video Scope (Firm), 1 videocassette (83 min.), Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Narrators: Alfredo Barragán, Andrés Salcedo.
    Abstract: The film shows the preparations and the journey on the raft Atlantis from Africa to South America by members of the Centro de Actividades Deportivas, Exploración y Investigación (CADEI).

  203. Extrañas salvajes, Carlos Lemos et al., 1 videocassette (78 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Victor Laplace, Emilia Mazer, Ana María Giunta.
    Abstract: The hero is stranded on the Isla del Placer after a vacation river float goes awry. He is captured by a band of scantily clad Swedish women who are living as primitives after their plane crashed. He discovers captivity is to his liking until he is snatched up by another band of women who take him to their queen. The Swedish women go into action to recapture their prize.

  204. Fangio, el demonio de las pistas, Román Viñoly Barreto et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Amrando Bó, Miguel Gómez Bao, Yvonne de Lys.
    Abstract: Juan Manuel Fangio is one of the best car racers the world has ever known. He comes from a small Argentinean town and with the support of his family does many great things. Even though he does suffer losses, Fangio is a true champion who just loves to win.

  205. Fantasma en la Patagonia, Claudio Remedi and Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette (82 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay.
    Abstract: Sierra Grande is a city of 18,00 people in Patagonia. In 1992, the governor under President Menem closed the HIPARSA iron mines, causing nearly one-third of the population to leave during the economic difficulties which followed. The mine was converted to a tourist site Those remaining live in hope of a reactivation of the mines.

  206. La fiesta de todos, Sergio Renán et al., 1 videocassette (97 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Carlos Calbro, Ricardo Espalter, Julio de Grazia.
    Abstract: Posing as a documentary about the 1978 World Cup Soccer games in Buenos Aires, the film shows the exuberance of the fans and the city as Argentina triumphed over the Netherlands.

  207. Filomena Marturano, Luis Mottura and Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.

  208. Fin de fiesta, Leopoldo Torre Nilsson and Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.

  209. Fleche de oro, Carlos Borcosque et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Arias, Gloria Grey, Agustín Barrios.
    Abstract: In his starring role, Pepe Arias plays an ordinary clerk who unexpectedly receives an inheritance from a cousin. The legacy consists of 149 peso, a passenger bus--and a girl. He struggles to fulfill his duties as a bus driver, clerk and tutor to the girl, to a comic end.

  210. Flop, Roberto Fernández et al., 1 videocassette (105 min.), Buenos Aires Argentina, 198.
    Notes: Performer Note: Victor Laplace, Federico Luppi, Enrique Pinti.
    Abstract: One night in 1941, in a downtown theater in Buenos Aires, a presentation of the work "Flop" is finishing up, based on the legendary, almost mystic life of an old 64 year old actor who enjoys great popularity. That night, a strange person bursts in to interview Flop. Flop recall his past with irony and humor, and what is happening onstage gets confused with what he is telling.

  211. La flor de la Mafia, Hugo Moser et al., 1 videocassette (113 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Zulma Faiad, Federico Luppi, Rodolfo Ranni.
    Abstract: 1974: murders commited by Lucho demonstrate the force of his criminal organization, and a mysterious woman out to revenge her mother's death. The Mafia, drugs, prostitution and a series of tangles send Lucho into a crisis as Sandra meets Alfredo and create a new Mafia.

  212. Fotografo de señoras, Hugo Moser et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Porcel, Graciela Alfano, Adolfo García Grau.
    Abstract: Jorge works for a newspaper and is unknowingly always getting caught in the middle of everything. He is a photographer and obtains some inappropriate pictures of his boss that need to be destroyed. However, the hunt for the negatives becomes a confusing adventure that leads to one mess after another.

  213. Fotos del alma, Diego Musiak et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), San Luis, Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Díaz, María Laura León, Patricio Contreras.
    Abstract: Pablo and Mariana, a young creative couple expecting their first child, discover Pablo is HIV positive. The news forces their separation. Pablo turns inward towards an ever increasing isolation. Mariana works with her theater students on the fears and prejudice of the new generation. Their child brings them back together again and they find a common goal in life.

  214. La fuerza ciega, Luis J Moglia Barth and Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.

  215. Fúlmine, Luis Bayón Herrera et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Arias, Pierina Dealessi, Julio Renato.

  216. La furia, Juan Buatista Stagnaro et al., 1 videocassette (105 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Brandoni, Diego Torres, Laura Novoa.
    Abstract: Lombardi is a judge in charge of investigating an important case related to drugs. He shows no interest in his own son, Marcos, when he is arrested. Lombardi must choose between being a father and a judge; he chooses his professional role and lets his innocent son go to jail. The young man's girlfriend will fight endlessly to prove his innocence.

  217. Furia en la isla, Oscar Cabellou et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Libertad Leblanc, Enzo Viena, Luis Medina Castro.
    Abstract: Lily is a young woman who lives in the Tigre Islands and who works for her uncle. Her romance with Marcelo is doesn't stop men who are attracted to her from trying to take advantage of her. Her naivity and that of her uncle provide an opportunity for a group of bandits to rob them.

  218. Galería del terror, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 86 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1988.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Olmedo, Jorge Porcel, Mario Sánchez.
    Abstract: Jorge and Alberto, unemployed, decide to seek their fortunes as foremen at a new galery opening nearby. The owner, Professor Van Strudel, happens to be looking for two dupes to carry out his evil plans. With the assistance of the innnocent complicity of a group of people working under hypnosis, he plans to inaugurate a galery of terror in which the spectators will enter and be hiypnotized into exchanging their 100 australe bills for conterfeit ones. It is up to Jorge and Alberto to discover the Professor's plans and take control.

  219. La gata, Mario Soffici et al., 1 videocassette (77 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Zully Moreno, Nelida Bilbao, Enrique Alvarez Diosdado.
    Abstract: La Gata,"the Cat," is a beautiful woman named Claudia who, like felines, is very possessive of her house. Her relatives hire an architect to remodel the house because it was believed to be haunted. Claudia refuses to give into their wishes. The story unfolds as the past re-emerges and with it come murder, jealousy and passionate love.

  220. Geisha, Eduardo Raspo et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 92 min.), San Luis, Argentina, 1996?
    Notes: Performer Note: Manuel Bandera, Jorge Marrale, Ana Álvarez.
    Abstract: After a long commitment in a psychiatric clinic, because of the suicide of his wife Ángela, Lorenzo meets Julio, his friend and partner. At night he dines at the house of Mónica and Héctor, two old friends from the time when his wife was still with him, Mónica accidentally finds a letter which Ángela had sent shortly before her suicide. In her will, Ángela makes plans for the future. Mónica decides to show the letter to Lorenzo and to visit the policeman who handled the now dubious suicide case, and who confirms the events to her. Nevertheless, after some probing, Mónica finds new trails which lead her to discover the truth.

  221. Gente bien, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette (82 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina.
    Notes: Performer Note: TIto Lusiardo, Hugo del Carril, Delia Garces.

  222. Gentile alouette, Sergio Castilla et al., 1 videocassette (103 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Geraldine Chaplin, Héctor Alterio, John Leguizamo.
    Abstract: Héctor Alterio plays a retired pilot who is obsessed with actress and screenwriter Angela Duvarger. When she comes to Buenos Aires to work on a script, his aid, Ortíz, is employed to bring her to the old pilot--by any means possible.

  223. Gerónima, Raúl Alberto Tosso et al., 1 videocassette (96 min.), Riobamba, Argentina, 198-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luisa Calcumil, Patricio Contreras, Mario Luciani.

  224. Giacomo, Augusto César Vatteone et al., 1 videocassette (72 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luisa Arata, Carmen Lamas, Felipe Fernansuar.

  225. Graciadio, Raúl Perrone et al., 1 videocassette (60 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1997.
    Notes: Performer Note: Gustavo Prone, Violeta Naón, Mauro Alchuler.
    Abstract: A day in the life of three young people Gus, Pao, and Mendo. Gus and Pao are dating and Pao has gotten pregnant. We see with whom and where these three go, but no real ambition exists amongst them.

  226. Gracias por el fuego, Lautaro Murúa et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 99 min.), Argentina, 1985.
    Notes: Performer Note: Lautaro Murua, Victor Laplace, Dora Baret, Graciela Dufau.
    Abstract: A film of love and passion, adaptated from the novel by Benedetti.

  227. Gran Valor!, Enrique Cahen Salaberry et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 97 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Carlos Calabro, Graciela Alfano, Nelly Laínez.
    Abstract: Abel Amoroso is a boyish and clumsy sort. He dreams that he is kidnapped by Luis Santanelli, a criminal who resembles him in many physical characteristics. Santanelli then proceeds to step into Amoroso's life, taking over both his work and his financée.

  228. Gran Valor en la facultad de medicina, Enrique Cahen Salaberry et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Carlos Calabro, Adriana Aguirre, Mónica Gonzaga.
    Abstract: A gentleman named Gran Valor works in a café serving coffee. He has a photographic memory and when his friend gets put in jail for a crime he did not commit, Gran Valor decided to step in and take his medical exam for him. All goes well, until he is found out and then his family must figure out how to expose the truth. Sequel to Cahen Salaberry's 1979 film Gran Valor!

  229. Gringalet, Rubén W Cavalloti, 1 videocassette, Argentina, 1919.

  230. Guerra de España, Joris Ivens et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 159 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Contents: Spanish earth (52 min.) -- L'Espoir (72 min.)-- España (35 min.)
    Added Title: Spanish earth
    Added Title: Espoir
    Added Title: España.
    Abstract: Brought together on video, three films (Spanish earth (1937), directed by Joris Ivens; L'Espoir (1945), directed by Andrès Malraux, and: España (1937), directed by Luis Buñuel) are the best representatives of a wealth of material on the struggle of the Republicans against Franco's Fascist forces in the Spanish Civil War.

  231. La guerra gaucha, Enrique Muiño et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1992.
    Notes: Performer Note: Enrique Muiño, Francisco Petrone, Angel Magaña.
    Abstract: A dramatization of the war of independence in northwest Argentina.

  232. La guerra la gano Yo, Sixto Pondal Ríos et al., 1 videocassette (68 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1995?
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Arias, Ricardo Passano, Alberto Contreras, Virginia Luque.
    Abstract: During World War II, a shopkeeper in a suburb of Buenos Aires works to become very rich.

  233. La Guita, Fernando Ayala et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Norman Briski, Luis Brandoni, Eddie Pequenino.
    Abstract: A young man is the main character of four different scenarios. Each story is unique but deals with money. The young man takes on different roles of people of varying age throughout the film. The stories are simple, dealing with either how he can make a lot of money or not lose what he has already.

  234. La guitarra de Gardel, León Klimovsky et al., 1 videocassette (97 min.), Argentina?, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Agustín Irusta, Armen Sevilla, Antonio Casal.

  235. Había una vez un circo, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Gaby, Fofó, Emilio "Miliki" Aragón, Mercedes Carreras, Jorge Barreiro.
    Abstract: Andrea, the daughter of a rich man named Sebastián has fallen in love with the circus. When she becomes sick, the circus seems to be the only cure for her. Meanwhile, her father goes out late at night with Carla whom he plans to marry. However, he is unaware that she is really only interested in his money. Thus, the circus eventually proves that it not only brings happiness to Andrea, but Sebastián finds out what he has been looking for as well.

  236. Hasta que se ponga el sol, Aníbal Uset, Aries Cinematográfica Argentina, and Miami Video Home (Firm), 1 videocassette (70 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Abstract: Concert film of Buenos Aires Rock III (1972), featuring leading Argentine bands including Sui Generis, Arco Iris, Billy Bond y La Pasada and Color Humano.

  237. Hay que educar a Niní, Luis César Amadori and Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.

  238. Hay unos tipos abajo, Emilio Alfaro et al., 1 videocassette (92 min.), Montevideo Uruguay, 1988?
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Brandoni, Luisina Brando, Marta Bianchi.
    Abstract: Julio, a newspaper journalist finds three dead men in a car in the basement of his house. Because of the fear and anxiety caused by this discovery, his life and his relationships with friends and girlfriend begin to change.

  239. La herencia, Ricardo Alventosa et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Verdaguer, Nathan Pizón, Alba Mújica.
    Abstract: The story is set in Buenos Aires, during the turbulent 60s. A small bourgeois family will receive an inheritance from a wealthy aunt, who made her fortune through prostitution. The will contains a clause which stipulates that the family will receive the money only if they produce a son. After three years without success, the husband is suspected of sterility. In order to fulfill the clause, he turns to an office mate to father a child for him.

  240. Hermanos, Enrique de Rosas and Arte Video (Firm), 1 videocassette, Argentina, 1919.

  241. Historia del 900, Hugo del Carril et al., 1 videocassette (97 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Joaquín Petrosino, Vicente Alvarez, Guillermo Battaglia.
    Abstract: "An authentic story, base on real events and people at the turn of the 20th century.".

  242. La historia del tango, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette (65 min.), Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Fernado Lámas, Tito Lusiardo, Severo Fernández.
    Abstract: A story of the dance Tango and how it developed to become so popular. Involves the romance between two famous people of the dance, Juan Carlos and Aurora Vega (La Morocha). They had a child, but Juan Carlos went off with someone else and Aurora stayed alone raising her daughter in hopes of her lover's return. Meanwhile, she remains good friends with a man that always loved her and now after having lost his wife wishes to reunite with Aurora. In the end, everyone gets what they deserved.

  243. Hogar, dulce hogar, Luis J Moglia Barth et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Olinda Bozán, Floren Delbene, Fanny Navarro, Carlos Ginés, Raimundo Pastore, José Otal, María Esther Gamas, Baby Correa, María Esther Podestá, José De Angelis, Carlos Díaz.
    Abstract: A capricious woman, fixated in reading police novels, works in a radio program dealing with advice for the home, when she gets mixed up in an assassination.

  244. Hombres de la esquina rosada, Francisco Mugica et al., 1 videocassette (66 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Francisco Petrone, Susana Cámpos, Walter Vidarte.
    Abstract: The film concerns two stories. The first part takes place on the centenary of the May Revolution, May 25, 1910, in a suburb of Buenos Aires where there is a celebration. The second thread goes to the heart of the Borgesian conflict: the reason for the cowardice of Rosando Juárez a lady's man in Maldonado when faced another like from out of town, Francisco Real. When Real had left prison, he had been charged to avenge his cell mate who had died; he was to take vengeance on the one who had put him in the Lujanera--a woman who always went away with the most handsome man. But little by little, death was penetrating him, too, and those around him sensed it and were afraid. Juárez was one of those who fled Maldonado when he came face to face with the "dead" Real.

  245. Honrarás a tu madre, Alberto D'Aversa et al., 1 videocassette (65 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Amalia Sánchez Ariño, Carlos Perelli, Rudolfo Onero.
    Abstract: Alfredo leaves his home to get an education, continually asking for financial support from his poor family. He deceives his family by not completing school but instead marrying an affluent woman. He abandons his family, even after they have sacrificed their lives to provide him with money. In the end, he realizes his fault and asks for their forgiveness.

  246. La Hora de los hornos, Fernando E Solanas et al., 1260 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1998.
    Notes: Contents: Pt. I. Notas y testimonios sobre el neocolonialismo. (95 min.) -- Pt. II. Acto para liberación. (20 min.) -- Pt. III. la violencia y liberación. (45 min.).
    Abstract: A documentary on the liberation struggle being waged throughout Latin America, using Argentina as a historical model of the imperialist exploitation of the continent.

  247. Hoy le toca a mi mujer, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Malvina Pastorino, Mercedes Carreras.

  248. Hundan al Belgrano, Federico Urioste, Channel Four (Great Britain), and AVH (Firm), 1 videocassette (158 min.), San Luis, Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Narrators: Juan C. Beltrán, Alfredo Jaeger.
    Abstract: The film tries to demonstrate that Britain has had a strategic project to control South America since the 18th century, manifesting itself most recently in the1982 Falklands War. Chronicals the roots of the war--both historical and contemporary--the events of the conflict, and its consequences. The sinking of the Belgrano with 368 aboard by the British submarine Conquerer in international waters at a point when peace negotiations were underway point to the political reasons for prolonging the war and ensuring a decisive British victory.

  249. Il gaucho un italiano en la Argentina, Dino Risi et al., 1 videocassette (110 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Vitttoria Gassman, Amedeo Nazarri, Nelly Panizza.
    Abstract: Marco Rovicchio is the Italian director of a popular film which is scheduled to recieve an award at an Argentine film festival. He takes three of his actresses and his scriptwriter to Buenos Aires for the festival. The group is quickly approached by Inéniero Marruchelli, a rich industrialist who wines and dines his new friends with the best he can provide. Marco meets up with an old school friend and compares lives and past memories.

  250. La indeseable, Mario Soffici et al., 1 videocassette (79 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Zully Moreno, Carlos Thompson, Eduardo Cuitiño.
    Abstract: Fernando, an older man, brings a young, beautiful woman name Elsa to his wife's funeral. Fernando has a heart attack and requires the assistance of Dr. Alvarez, who is both young and handsome. Fernando accuses Elsa of having an affair with him and dies suddenly. Elsa and Dr. Alvarez are arrested and put on trial for murder. Only then does the truth emerge as Fernando's death is revealed as a suicide.

  251. Intermezzo criminal, Luis J Moglia Barth et al., 1 videocassette (89 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Olinda Bozán, Pablo Palitos.

  252. Inti anti camino al sol, Suri Producciones, Videostar (Firm), and Video Arte (Firm), 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Abstract: Narrated story describing the unique lifestyles and land of the Andes in South America. Follows the history of the land and family including any mythical legends and unique customs. Music and culture of those that live there is also revealed outlining both the struggle and success of existence in this beautiful land. Narration follows not only lives of animals and natives, but also the journey of researchers and expeditions.

  253. Invasión, Hugo Santiago et al., 1 videocassette (116 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Olga Zubarry, Lautaro Murúa, Juan Carlos Paz.

  254. La isla de la pasión Clipperton, Emilio Fernández et al., 1 videocassette (125 min.), Harlingen, Tex, 1998.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pedro Armendáriz, Isabel Corona, David Silva, Carlos López, Miguel Inclán, Pituka de Foronda.
    Abstract: A story of the vicissitudes of a group of Mexicans abandoned on an island situated several thousand km. from their country. The French attempt to take over the island, but the Mexicans make a valient effort to defend themselves. Their obsessions are shaped by patriotism, unhappy relationships, rivalries between subordinates and superiors, and the forces of nature.

  255. José María y María José, Rodolfo Costamagna et al., 1 videocassette (107 min.), Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Brandoni, Cristina del Valle, Marta Bianchi, Gabriela Gili.
    Abstract: A pair of sweethearts whose families are of very different political backgrounds, face a dilemma: should she remain pregnant and together they assume the responsabilities with all the familiar problems, or opt for the "simple" way out that abortion offers.

  256. Joven, viuda y estanciera, Luis Bayón Herrera et al., 1 videorecassette, Montevideo, Urugay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mecha Ortiz, Santiago Arrieta, Segundo Pomar.

  257. Juan Globo, Luis Cesar Amadori et al., 1 videocassette (110 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Eduardo (Luis) Sandrini, Elina Colomer, Esperanza Palomero.
    Abstract: A young man named Juan Globo is one of those people that due to his incessant talking ends up in unique situations. One night he is taken as a dinner guest believing he is an American. Everyone thinks he is so funny although he only knows a few words of English and the next day ends up at the house of the family who took him to dinner. The mother and daughter take an immediate liking to him and hire him as their chauffeur. Thus begins all the crazy adventures that Juan will take everyone through.

  258. Juan Manuel de Rosas, Manuel Antín et al., 1 videocassette (120 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Rodolfo Bebán, Sergio Renán, Alberto Argibay, José María Gutiérrez, Miryan de Ridder, Teresa Barreto, Ricardo Passano, Onofre Lovero, Pedro Aleandro, Osvaldo Brandi, Tito Alonso, Andrés Percivale, Roberto Airaldi, Enrique Kossi, Silvia Legrand, Jorge Barreiro.
    Abstract: A film about the controversial historical figure, covering his life from 1820 to 1849.

  259. Junventud sin berreras, Ricardo Montes et al., 1 videocassette (82 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Liliana Poggio, Christián, Luis Davila.
    Abstract: A group of mischievous and carefree adolescents focus their attention on an upcoming dance. The sudden illness of one of their fathers and one of the friend's disability make them all realize the fragility of life.

  260. Juvenilia, Augusto César Vatteone et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ernesto Vilches, Hugo Pimental, Elisa Galvé, Ricardo Passano Jr., José Olarra.
    Abstract: Two young men who live in an all boys boarding school love to sneak out and enjoy their lives. One of them falls in love with a beautiful girl named Estela and the other with an equally pretty girl named Mercedes. Their adventures continue as they sneak around visiting the girls whenever possible or just being mischievous young men.

  261. Kilométro 111, Mario Soffici et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Arias, Angel Magaña, Delia Garcés.
    Abstract: Social-folkloric drama about the social conflicts which arise when the railroad comes to a rural area.

  262. Kuma Ching, Daniel Tinayre et al., 1 videocassette (87 min.), Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Lola Flores, Narciso Ibáñez Menta.
    Abstract: Under their dictator, GAO, a Spanish fascist regime, plans to kidnap a brilliant Spanish scientist (Luis Sandrini) to acquire the secret and power of the atomic bomb for themselves. In the process of doing so they are forced to kidnap his daughter who is a famous music artist (Lola Flores).

  263. Labios de Churrasco, Raúl Perrone et al., 1 videocassette (60 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Fabián Vena, Violeta Naón, Gustavo Prone.

  264. Las Aguas bajan turbias, Hugo del Carril et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1992.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hugo del Carril, Raúl Del Valle, Gloria Ferrandiz, Pedro Lazalt.
    Abstract: The men who indenture themselves to work in the mate plantations of the north band together to fight the abuses of the land owners.

  265. Las apariencias engañan, Carlos Rinaldi et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Adolfo Stray, Alberto Bello, Enrique García Satur.
    Abstract: Indeneo, the "scapegoat" of a wealthy family, often takes the blame for others in an attempt to save the family from crisis. In one instance, he lies to save his brother from embarrassment and is ostracized from his family. In a strange turn of events, the truth prevails and he is immediately forgiven and offered the family business.

  266. Las aventuras del Capita n Piluso en el castillo de terror, Francis Laurie et al., 1 videocassette (71 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Olmedo, Humberto Ortíz (h.) "Coquito," Juan Carlos Barbieri.

  267. Las barras bravas[videorecording], Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Tita Merello, Juan Carlos Altavista, Mercedes Carreras.
    Abstract: An unusual wave of violence is shaking a city as drugs are being introduced to children and crime runs rampant in this exciting tale with a turn-of-the-screw conclusion.

  268. Las tres ratas, Carlos Schlieper et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mecha Ort1biz, Ameila Bence, Maria Duval.

  269. Las tumbas, Javier Torre et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Norma Aleandro, Federico Luppi, Eduardo Saucedo.
    Abstract: A young deliquent boy ends up in a cruel and strict reform school which he ultimately escapes. However, while on the street, he steals a lady's purse and is caught again and sent to another prison like place. This one is religious (and yet just as strict) and here he befriends Maria, one of the ladies that help run the place and she helps him plan an escape. So one night, he tries to escape, and two other boys follow, only to find that it is not that easy.

  270. Lejos del cielo, Catrano Catrani et al., 1 videocassette (94 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Jose Miguéz, Aída Luz, Santiago Gómez Cou.
    Abstract: Daniel Acosta, a doctor from a small town, is fed up with working in a poor community. He moves away and marries Marga, an affluent woman, to advance his own career. He uses her for her wealth and social connections, and upon realizing his intentions, she commits suicide. He is accused of her death and is sentenced to time in prison. He finally returns home only to find that he is not welcomed there. He saves the life of an enemy and is forgiven. In the end, he devotes his life to serve his community.

  271. La ley de la frontera, Adolfo Aristarain et al., 1 videocassette (120 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pere Ponce, Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, Achero Mañas, Federico Luppi.
    Abstract: Barbara, a journalist in the beginning of the 20th century, searches in the border between Portugal and Galicia a bandit called El Argentino. In her travel she meets two men that say that they belong to his gang. João and Xan were both born on the same day, one in Spain and the other in Portugal. As they get older, neither of them wanted to keep leading the type of life they had. Thus, they both planned an escape and unexpectedly ran into each other and quickly decided to travel together. Their adventures included a lot of robbing and stealing as they searched for what they wanted out of life.

  272. Lluvia de amor Adíos Alejandra, Carlos Rinaldi et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Angel Magaña, Amelia Bence, Raúl Padovani.

  273. Lo que le paso a Reynoso, Leopoldo Torres Río et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Enrique Muiño, Florén Delbene, Pola Alonso.

  274. Lo que vendrá, Ronlay S.A et al., 1 videocassette (110 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hugo Soto, Juan Leyrado, Charly García.
    Abstract: The film is set in near-future Buenos Aires. Miguel Galván is an average man who is accidentally shot in the head by police officer Morea. He is treated by a nurse with whom he develops a relationship. The three fight for life and freedom in a chaotic and provisional world. Apocalypse seems at hand. Will it be possible to live in a future like this?

  275. Lo que vendrá Times to come, Gustavo Mosquera R. et al., 1 videocassette (98 min.), New York, N.Y, 1990.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hugo Soto, Juan Leyrado, Charly Garcia.
    Abstract: Three characters try to survive in a futuristic city.

  276. Loco lindo, Arturo S Mom et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 68 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Sofía Bozán, Tomás Simari.
    Abstract: A young man named Miguelito works in a small store and is in love with a pretty lady named Carmencita. However, Carmencita goes off with another man and they live together in a different city. This gentleman does not treat her well and it is up to Miguelito to find her and save her from harm.

  277. Locos de contento, Beda Docampo Feijóo et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Brandoni, Mirtha Busnelli.
    Abstract: Claudia and Román are married and have a boy named Lusito. This is a day in the life of the strange couple. Román is worried because he thinks that he is having impotency problems that are affecting his health. Thus, the two spend the day talking and discussing life in their modern metropolitan apartment.

  278. Les longs manteaux Expreso a la emboscada, Gilles Béhat et al., 1 videocassette, Uruguay, 198-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Bernard Giraudeau, Federico Luppi, Oscar Cruz, Cláudia Ohana.

  279. Los afincaos, Leónidas Barletta et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pascual Naccaratti, Juan Eresky, Catalina Asta, Nélida Piuselli, Josefa Goldar, José Veneziani, José Alvarez, Remo Asta, Juan Carlos Bettini, Celia Eresky, Rosa Eresky, Mari Galimberti, Mario Genovesi, Fernando Guerra, Oscar Gutiérrez, Roberto Leydet, Emilio Lommi, Mecha Martínez, Olga Mosin, José Petriz.
    Abstract: Two brothers come into conflict for the love of a teacher who arrives to their town in Northern Argentina.

  280. Los amores de Kafka, Beda Docampo Feijóo et al., 1 videocassette (103 min.), San Luis, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Marrale, Susú Pecoraro, Villanueva Cosse.

  281. Los amores de Laurita, Antonio Ottone et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alica Zanca, Víctor Laplace, Daniel Fanego.

  282. Los chicos crecen, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Susana Campos, Marcelo Marcote.
    Abstract: Antonio has been asked by a good friend to pose as the father of three children of a woman that he is having an affair with. Antonio agrees for the sake of the children and until the truth is revealed. However, he becomes very close with the children and as his friend is trying to figure out his own life, Antonio finds where he really needs to be.

  283. Los chiflados del SWAT en busca de la caja nuclear, Dedé Santana et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Dedé Santana, Mussum, Zacarias.
    Abstract: The S.U.A.T.E special forces foil a nuclear plot despite themselves.

  284. Los colimbas al ataque, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 87 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1988.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Olmedo, Jorge Porcel, Mario Sánchez.
    Abstract: Albeto and Jorge are completing their obligatory military service. There seems to be a great deal of incompetance in their company and the Lieutenant Colonel confesses to the Chaplain that because of a couple of useless soldiers, the whole company has been punished. His superior requests that he put together a small group to carry out a dangerous mission in the jungle. He doesn't hesitate to include Jorge and Alberto in the "high risk" group, not realizing what a high risk they are to themselves.

  285. Los corruptores, Teo Koffman et al., 1 videocassette, San Luis, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Antonio Grimau, Vanessa Alves, Rodolfo Ranni.

  286. Los dioses ajenos, Román Viñoly Barreto et al., 1 videocassette (70 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Olga Zuberry, Enrique Fava,Felix Enrique Chihguay.
    Abstract: In a very rural part of Argentina, a professor decides to conduct an archeological dig. He goes there unsure of what he will find in such a small town. However, while there he befriends the local school teacher and they share their thoughts and dreams together. The professor starts getting comfortable when suddenly the death of a child plagues the town. Now, he must decide where he wants to be.

  287. Los drogadictos, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 198u.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mercedes Carreras, Graciela Alfano, Juan José Camero.
    Abstract: Two rival drug operations compete for power as law enforcement agents get closer to breaking up their illegal dope rings.

  288. Los evadidos, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (92 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Tita Merello, Jorge Salcedo, Walter Vidarte
    Added Title: Viciosos
    Added Title: Hipocritos.
    Abstract: In this second part of a trilogy of social commentary films by Carreras which includes Los viciosos (1962), Los evadidos (1964) and Los hipocritos (1965), inmates in a prison stage a revolt.

  289. Los evidados, Enrique Carerras et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Tita Merello, Jorge Salcedo, Walter Vidarte.
    Abstract: After a young man kills a gentleman for harming his father, he is sent to prison. Immediately, he and a group of men decide to plan an escape together. After much preparation, the final day arrives and despite careful considerations, not all goes accordingly.

  290. Los extraterrestres, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Olmedo, Jorege Porcel, Luisa Albinoni.
    Abstract: The heroes come across an alien one night when they are stuck in the forest. It is a friendly alien that they have named Mongito. They take him back to the hotel where they work and while there Mongito uses his alien powers to help the two men when they get in trouble. Still, Mongito must escape before the wrong people get a hold of him.

  291. Los hijos de López, Enrique Dawi et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 90 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Martín, Jorge Barreiro, Alejandra da Passano.
    Abstract: The López family is fairly normal. Their everyday problems stem from the two sons' auto repair business. Then Martín, one of the sons, becomes unhappy with his marriage. Fortunately his secretary is able to help him out.

  292. Los hijos del otro, Catrano Catrani et al., 1 videocassette (78 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luisa Arata, Maruja Gil Quesada, Héctor Calcagno.

  293. Los hipócritas, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (79 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Tita Merello, Jorge Salcedo, Sergio Renán, Walter Vidarte, Marcela López Rey, Guillermo Battaglia, Darío Víttori, Jacques Arndt, Estela Molly, Paula Gales, Patricia Shaw, Elcira Olivera Garcés, Fernando Vegal, Humberto de la Rosa, Rodolfo Onetto, Fernando Siro, Rodolfo Puga.
    Abstract: A group of delinquents dedicate their time to forgery and other criminal offenses.

  294. Los insomnes, Pedro G Orgambide and Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.
    Abstract: In an apartment complex of a big city lives a man named Carlitos who is married and has four kids. Their complex is filled with many strange neighbors. On the fifth floor, the kids find a young man that is being held captive and they try all they can to help him. In another apartment, a woman is selling off newborns. The children try to get their parents to believe them, but no one does and so they just run around the complex by night hardly ever sleeping.

  295. Los inundados, Fernando Birri, 1 videocassette (XX min.), Argentina, 1998.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pirucho Gómez, Julio Omar Gonzales, Hector Palavecino Lola Palombo, Mara Vera.

  296. Los jóvenes viejos, Rodolfo Kuhn et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: María Vaner, Alberto Argibay, Emilio Alfaro.
    Abstract: Three young women who live together one day meet three young men while enjoying the sun on the porch of their house. They enjoy each other's company and become more involved with one another as three distinct couples. However, two of the women have boyfriends out of town and so they must decide who they love more and for what reasons. They are all faced to grow up and face the realities of life, with or without courage.

  297. Los martes, orquideas, Pondad Rios y Olivari et al.Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Enrique Errano, Mirtha Legrand, Juan Carlos Thorry.
    Abstract: A romantic adolescent, the youngest girl in a large family, starts receiving orchids from a secret admirer.

  298. Los ojos del monte, Omero Capozzoli et al., 1 videocassette (20 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Leonor Alvarez (Juana), Blas Braidot (Benjamín), Juan Gentile (Abuelo), Gonzalo Presno (Simón), Mauro Real de Azáa (Gurí), Alvarez Baillo Belucci, Campochiaro Figueroa Gómez.
    Abstract: A story of the defense of the territory of Uruguay before the Portuguese invasion in the nineteenth century.

  299. Los ojos más lindos del mundo, Luis Saslavsky et al., 1 videocassette (89 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pedro López Lagar, Amelia Bence, Roberto Airaldi.
    Abstract: Lorenzo, an orphan, is adopted into a rich family and he becomes brothers with Augustín. When they grow older, they both fall in love with Susana. Augustín marries her, while Lorenzo leaves the city. When Lorenzo returns many years later, he finds that Susana is blind and is neglected by Augustín. Lorenzo decides to straighten out Augustín and save Susana from a dismal fate.

  300. Los orilleros, Ricardo Luna et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Rodolfo Bebán, Alberto Arigbay, Franklin Caicedo.
    Abstract: A plot is hatched to stage a coup. Don Aliceo Rojas, an upstanding man, is killled because of his involvment in the plot. His daughter, Elena, witnesses his murder and realizes that one of the killers was her former lover. She resolves to ensure justice on her father's behalf. But justice is complicated, and she discovers her ex-lover's motives were not what she had expected.

  301. Los Pérez García, Fernando Bolín et al., 1 videocassette (78 min.), Lavalle, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Carlos Altavista, Beatriz Taibo, Martín Zabalúa, Sara Prosperi.
    Abstract: A Señor Pérez García finds himself in a bad situation when an ex-fiancee from his youth appears, about whom his wife knew nothing.

  302. Los pulpos, César Tiempo et al., 1 videocassette (75 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1995?
    Notes: Performer Note: Olga Zubarry, Roberto Escalada, Nicolás Freques, Carlos Thompson.
    Abstract: A man succeeds as a writer but fails in health and in love.

  303. Los tallos amargos, Fernando Ayala et al., 1 videocassette (89 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Calors Cores, Julia Sandoval, Vassili Lambrinos.
    Abstract: Alfredo, in an attempt to make fast money, becomes business partners with a bartender and opens a corrupt publishing company. He begins to question his partner's trust and in an attempt to save himself, he murders his partner. It is not until after the truth unfolds, that he realizes his mistake. Alfredo is left to deal with his guilt and selfishness which eventually causes him to end his own life.

  304. Los tres berretines, Luis Arata et al., 1 videocassette (59 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 190-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Arata, Luis Sandrini, Hector Quintarilla.
    Abstract: A shopkeeper has three sons with very different characters.

  305. Los ultimos vermicellis, Carlos Arsuaga et al., 1 videocassette ( min.), Montevideo Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Sobrino, Imilce Viños, Alfonso Montero.
    Abstract: A South American take on George Orwell's 1984 in which fat people are persecuted and hunted down in a world where fitness is everything, and the underground movement of the "gordos" is comprised of fat people who gather to share one of the most forbidden fruits--large portions of food which the government has deemed unhealthy. A theatrical production.

  306. Los verdes paraísos, Carlos Hugo Christensen et al., 1 videocassette (84 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Aída Luz (Nora May), Guillermo Battaglia (Julio Roldán), Eduardo Cuitiño (Dr. Campos), Carlos Thompson (Marcelo Velard), Rita Juárez (Chela), María Armand (Sra. del Valle), Orestes Soriani, Ignacio de Soroa (Blanco), Mario Cozza (Ricardo del Valle), Raymond Meyland, Beba Bidart, Agustín Orrequia.
    Abstract: An architect suffers an epileptic attack and awakens to find himself transformed into a famous writer who is about to get married.

  307. Los Viernes de la eternidad The Fridays of eternity, Hector Olivera et al., 1 videocassette (89 min.), Fresno, Calif, 1988.
    Notes: Performer Note: Thelma Biral, Héctor Alterio, Susana Campos
    Added Title: Fridays of eternity.
    Abstract: A man killed in a lover's quarrel comes back as a spirit to regain his wife's affection.

  308. Lua de cristal, Tizuka Yamasaki et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Xuxa, Sergio Mallandro, Letícia Spiller.
    Abstract: Fairytale about a beautiful young woman who goes to the big city in search of her fame and fortune. She is sent to a hotel run by an evil-stepmother type and made to work as a lowly servant, but soon overcomes her circumstances to find happiness and love.

  309. Luba, Alejandro Agresti et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 80 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Elio Marchi, Bozena Lasota, Adrian Brine.
    Abstract: American agents intent on wiping out Bolsheviks are after Roberto--an Argentine ex-patriate writer, inventor and Communist in Rotterdam in 1941. He runs from them with his briefcase full of his invention--non-running silk stockings--and money he has received from the Japanese for his invention. He accidentally tumbles down a stairwell and into a whorehouse. He gives the madame a large portion of his money and goes upstairs with Luba, one of the prostitutes, to wait out the Americans.

  310. Luces de candilejas, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Castillo, Amelita Vargas, Francisco Álverez.

  311. Lucrecia Borgia, Luis Bayón Herrera et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Olinda Bozán, Marcos Caplán, Gloria Bernal.

  312. Luis Batlle Berres, Cinemateca Uruguaya and Video Zoom (Firm), 1 videocassette (43 min.), Argentina, 1998.
    Abstract: Documentary on Luis Batlle Berres, former president of Uruguay.

  313. Luna de miel en Río, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, distribuida por Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Catita (Niní Marshall), Tito Lusiardo, Enrique Serrano.

  314. Madame Bovary, Carlos Schlieper et al., 1 videocassette (81 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mecha Ortíz, Roberto Excalada, Enrique Alvarez Diosdado.
    Abstract: Filmed adapation of Flaubert's classic novel.

  315. Maestro Levita, Luis Cesar Amadori et al., 1 videocassette (102 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Arias, Mecha Ortíz, Juan C. Thorry.
    Abstract: Don Simon is a teacher and director of a young children's school in Puentecito. One day, a young lady named Elena comes to be a new teacher, however, she does not really enjoy it as much as she would like and thus returns home. The school starts to deteriorate and soon gets closed down. When Don Simon goes back to get Elena he ends up staying in the city for awhile until he finds out that the children of Puentecito have come down with a terrible disease. He hurries back to the town and gathers all the sick children at the school so they may recuperate. It is not until Elena arrives with the medicine that things start looking hopeful again for the children.

  316. Mala sangre, Ricardo Islas et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Estela Moreno, Ricardo Islas, Claudia Faget.
    Abstract: Leonardo Torres went for an interview in a neighboring town named Castillos. However, while there he came in contact with a deadly disease. When he returned home, his wife started noticing his strange behavior and soon enough it became so bad that he had to get locked up. While the doctors tried to find out what was wrong with him, his wife did some searching on her own. She eventually finds out the truth but almost too late.

  317. Malajunta, Malajunta, 1 videocassette (57 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Voice and text: Eduardo Aliverti.
    Abstract: In 1976 a military coup d'état brought an end to democracy in Argentina and imposed one of the worst military dictatorships in Latin American history, until it was overthrown in 1986. For seven long years the people of Argentina suffered terror, torture, murder and bizarre extremes of censorship at the hands of their government. Thousands "disappeared." Yet throughout it all, many Argentinians denied that anything bad was happening, or excused the violence as necessary for the national good. Even today, all-too-many Argentinians are eager to forget the nightmare that descended upon their country, and may therefore be allowing the conditions of its occurrence to arise again.

  318. Malambo, Alberto de Zavalía et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay :bVideograma, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Delia Garcés, Oscar Valicelli, Orestes Caviglia.

  319. La malavida, Hugo Fregonese et al., 1 videocassette (107 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hugo del Carril, Soledad Silveyra, Víctor Laplace.

  320. Malvinas, historias de traiciones, Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette (84 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Interviewers: Gustavo Montiel, Micheal Chanan, Jorge Denti.
    Abstract: Using an abundance of documentary material, including interviews of diverse Argentine and English personalities, director Jorge Denti tries to explain how the Argentine and the English people were betrayed by their respective governments, bringing them to a war that, in the case of the Argentines, they were not prepared to face. The real issue stands out clearly as the conflict is framed in the context of the expansionistic and aggressive policy of British imperialism and its allies.

  321. Mamá querida, Silvio Fischbein et al., 1 videocassette (75 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Chela Ruíz, Víctor Laplace, Selva Alemán.
    Abstract: Jewish-Argentine artist, Natalio, returns from his trip to Europe to find that his father has passed away, leaving his mother a widow. Natalio and his sister, Marta, take care of their mother, Berta and insure her well, in their own way. Natalio encourages his mother to paint, while Marta reminisces with her mother about old times.

  322. Margarita, Armando y su padre, Francisco Mugica and Enrique Jardiel Poncela, 1 videocassette XX min.), S.l, 1919.

  323. María Celeste, Julio Saraceni et al., 1 videocassette (81 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pedro López Lagar, Mirtha Legrand, Eduardo Cuitiño.
    Abstract: The "María Celeste" was found adrift at sea, near the Straits of Gibralter in the mid-19th century, with no one on board. The story concerns the investigation into the mystery of what went wrong on an otherwise ordinary voyage. The crew had survived an devastating storm, but had been fortunate to find an island refuge Soon passions flared as they vied for the only woman amongst them--the captain's daughter.

  324. Marianella, Julio Porter et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Olga Zubarry, Pedro Laxalt, José María Gutiérrez.

  325. Maridos en vacaciones, Enrique Cahen Salaberry et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Olmedo, Jorge Porcel, Javier Portales.
    Abstract: Jorge's and Alberto's wifes have gone away on vacation for a month, leaving the men to take care of themselves. Although they act sad that the women are leaving, Jorge and Alberto are actually very happy to be alone for awhile. They end up meeting some women and while trying to get a contract signed for work, they keep getting distracted.

  326. Martín Aquino el ultimo matrero, Ricardo Romero Curbelo et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 115 min.), Uruguay, distribuida uruguaya de Telefilms, 1997.
    Notes: Performer Note: Raúl Sola, Duilio Borch, Lidia Etchemendy, Mauro Cartagena.
    Abstract: At the end of the last civil war in Uruguay in 1904, there came a lasting peace. The eastern part of the country, however, saw sporadic new uprisings. In one of these uprisings, Martín Aquino is asked to participate as a guerrila leader--a role which he rejects.

  327. Martín (Hache), Adolfo Aristarain et al., 1 videocassette (135 min.), Argentina, 1997.
    Notes: Performer Note: Federico Luppi, Cecilia Roth, Eusebio Poncela.
    Abstract: Filmmaker Martín lives in Madrid but has a 19-year-old son, also named Martín, but know as Hache (or simply H.), and ex-wife who live in Buenos Aires. One night, his son accidentally has too much to drink and takes too many drugs and ends up in the hospital. Martín flies to Argentina and then decides to bring Hache home with him to Madrid. Hache soon gets introduced to his father's much younter girlfriend Alicia and good friend Dante, who is gay. The four of them have some intense conversations, share sorrows and hopes, and together Martín and his son attempt to build up their relationship.

  328. Mary tuvo la culpa, Carlos Torres Ríos et al., 1 videocassette (65 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Leo Marini, Susana Canales.
    Abstract: Singer Don Raúl has just gotten married and he and his wife are spending their first night together. However, while he is asleep, Raúl keeps mentioning the name Mary. His wife hears this and immediately packs up her stuff and leaves, fearing the worst. The two of them remain separated while everything gets worked out. Raúl carries on half-heartedly with his magnificent singing ability until, with the help of his wife's father, the true identity of Mary is revealed and the problem is resolved.

  329. Matar al abuelito, Luis César D'Angiolillo et al., 1 videocassette (110 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Federico Luppi, Inés Estévez, Mirta Busnelli.
    Abstract: An older man named Don Mariano lives in a very large house with his grown-up children and hired help. One day he tries to kill himself, but fails and instead goes into deep depression. However, a young lady named Rosita comes to stay in the house, and she starts to take care of the bed-stricken Don Mariano using her charm and witch powers. The two of them fall in love, and meanwhile his immediate children do all they can in hopes of getting the inheritance. In the end, Don Mariano and Rosita must flee from the greedy children.

  330. Matrimonio a la Argentina, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Rodolfo Bebán, Jorge Barreiro, Mercedes Carreras.

  331. Me sobra un marido!, Gerardo Sofovich et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Carlos Calabro, Susana Gimenez, Rodolfo Ranni.
    Abstract: A beautiful woman decides to remarry after the presumed death of her husband--an entomologist who disappeared into the jungle in search of a rare insect. This time she marries an industrialist and everything looks good...but then her first husband emerges from the jungle and wants to reclaim his wife.

  332. La mejor del colegio la colegiala apasionada, Julio Saraceni et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 90 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Lolita Torres, Alberto Dalbes, Berta Moss.
    Abstract: Carmen is one of many girls at a boarding school that is always trying to find something exciting to pass the time. One day she makes a bet with another girl that ends up with Carmen getting caught. She thus devises a plan to get her and another girl out of the school, but this just causes even more trouble. By the end, the girls triumph despite the disapproving head mistress.

  333. Memorias y olvidos, Simón Feldman et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), San Luis, Arg, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Arturo Maly, Juan Legrado, Lorenzo Quinteros.
    Abstract: Film about a TV producer/journalist who wants to deal with the foreign perception of the Argentine paradox: the vast human and natural resources which exist alongside long-time political and economic hardships. He wants the outside world to understand the paradox much as a native Argentinian might through the promotion of his film in foreign markets.

  334. La mentirosa, Luis César Amadori et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Niní Marshall, Miguel Gómez Bao, Pablo Palitos.

  335. Mercado de abasto, Lucas Demare et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Tita Merelli, Pepe Arias, Marcelle Marcel.
    Abstract: A young lady named Paulina works in a market and one day meets a handsome gentleman and ends up falling for him. However, he has a dangerous past and so the two of them can not be together despite her getting pregnant. Fortunately, Lorenzo, an older fatherly type, helps out and offers to supply money for her son. In the end, Paulina must let go of any hopes with a man who does not really care for her son and is much too involved in crime.

  336. Mercedes Sosa, como un pájaro libre, Ricardo Wulicher et al., 1 videocassette (70 min.), Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Performers: Mercedes Sosa, Charly García, León Fieco, Areil Ramírez, Antonio Tarragó.
    Abstract: A documentary about singer Mercedes Sosa, with films of her performing and clips of interviews.

  337. Mi hermano esopo, Luis Mottura et al., 1 videocassette (82 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mario Fortuna, Gregorio Cicarelli, Marcelino Ornati.
    Abstract: Juan and his father leave their village to go to the city, where they are soon robbed. Years later, Juan has grown up to become a taxi driver. He picks up a woman who accuses him of assault after he hits her to prevent her from throwing herself off a bridge.

  338. Mi hijo el "Che" un retrato de familia de don Ernesto Guevara, Fernando Birri et al., 1 videocassette (71 min.), Argentina, 1998.

  339. Mi mujer no es mi señora mi marido no funciona, Hugo Moser et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Olmedo, Nadiuska, Joe Rigoli.
    Abstract: Juan Carlos is the president of a modeling agency where he is very popular with many women. A cigarette company requests that he provide a model for their ads. Juan Carlos suddenly decides to have María, a pretty new model, do the job. However, first her mother must be convinced that her daughter will be all right. So with extra charm, Juan Carlos woos them both, marries María, and attempts to complete his business deal. However, Maria' s mother is unaware of the REAL Juan Carlos and so she tries to find out what her daughter has married.

  340. Mi noche triste, Lucas Demare et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Salcedo, Diani Maggi, María Esther Gamas.
    Abstract: A gentleman named Pascual is very outgoing; enjoys music, singing, and writing poetry. He has a somewhat overbearing wife, and soon falls in love with a beautiful singer, Lita, that has come into town to sing. His wife sees him one day kissing Lita and she leaves with their son. At first Pascual decides to be with Lita and work where she is singing, but when it doesn't work out, he is forced to face the realities of life.

  341. Miedo satanico, Horacio Maldonado et al., 1 videocassette (75 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Daniel Miglioranza, Horacio Erman, Hugo Castro.
    Abstract: Elena is a student in a monastery where she was born and raised. She seems to be fine until one evening when she sneaks out with her friends, and all but one are mysteriously murdered and Elena becomes comatose. The doctors have a tough time trying to figure out what is wrong with her until Dr. Alberto starts getting strange telepathic messages. This leads to more investigations, more murders, and finally a revealing of a very scary past.

  342. Mingo y Aníbal,dos pelotazos en contra, Enrique Cahen Salaberry et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Carlos Altavista, Juan Carlos Calabro, Susana Traverso.
    Abstract: Mingo and Aníbal try to get close to a tennis star who has just come home with an important trophy in this slapstick comedy. They inadvertantly get mixed up in an plot to steal the trophy and emerge as heros.

  343. Minguito Tinguitella, Papá, Enrique Dawi et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Carlos Altavista, Javier Portales, Julio de Grazia, Vicente Larrusa.
    Abstract: The lives of Mingo and his cronies suddenly change when they find themselves taking care of a baby boy. As the child grows up, he takes after Mingo.

  344. Mirad los lirios del campo, Ernesto Arancibia, 1 videocassette XX min.), Argentina, 19uu.

  345. Modern crimes crímenes modernos, Alejandro Agresti et al., 1 videocassette (103 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Roy Ward, Adrian Brine, Alejandro Agresti
    Contents: Library love (26 min.) -- Modern crimes (77 min.)
    Added Title: Library love.
    Abstract: Tim, a radio technician learns that his friend, Alex, has apparently committed suicide by leaping off his motorcycle. Alex had been planning to get married and nothing seemed amiss. Tim becomes convinced that someone must be responsible for the death and seeks a culprit. In Library love, a writer becomes obsessed with dating a woman he often sees in the library. She is fascinated by him, too and they meet in a bar. Each hears what they want to hear and believe they have found a perfect match.

  346. Momentos, Maria Luisa Bemberg et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Miguel A. Sola, Graciela Dufau, Héctor Bidonde.
    Abstract: Mar de Plata is the setting for the story of a woman who tries--in her forties--to recapture her adolescence and make right the aspects that went wrong. Though she is happily married, she falls in love with a young man and leaves her husband behind. In this experience, she searches for the meaning of her existance and learns to accept its limitations.

  347. Monte Criollo, Arturo S Mom et al., 1 videocassette (67 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Nedda Francy, Francisco Petrone, Florindo Ferrario.
    Abstract: One night a young lady named Lucy runs from a ship, fleeing from pursuing policeman. She ends up in the back of a bar where two men work, one as a talented singer (Carlos) and the other as a card shark (Arguello). The three of them decide to unite their talents to make a lot of money and are eventually able to run their own night club. However, personal problems and feelings of jealousy and hate threaten their friendship after awhile.

  348. Monteneros una historia, Andrés Di Tella and Orsón Producciones, 1 videocassette (88 min.), Argentina, 1997.
    Abstract: During the 1970s, an armed anti-government group arose in Argentina who called themselves the Monteneros. One of many groups in Latin America inspired by Che Guevara, their struggle provoked a brutal reponse by the ruling military regime. Filmmaker Antonio di Tello documents their repression, through narration by survvrors of the repression and archival footage.

  349. Morir en su ley, Manuel Romero, Lumiton (Firm), and Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette (80 min.), Montevideo, 1919.
    Abstract: Argentine criminal Pedro "El Pibe" Amalfi returns to Argentina after being forced to flee to Uruguay for a number of murders. His intentions once he returnd to Argentina are clear; to seek revenge on the man who forced him to flee. Chief of police Don Andres is Amalfi's target and he is determined on accomplishing his goal of revenge.

  350. La muchachada de a bordo, Enrique Cahen Salaberry et al., 1 videocassette (74 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Leo Dan, Carlos Balá, Mariette.
    Abstract: Remake of the 1936 Lumiton production directed by Manuel Romero.

  351. La muerte camina en la lluvia, César Tiempo et al., 1 videocassette (73 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Eduardo Cuitiño, Luis Otero, Horacio Peterson.
    Abstract: A serial killer who leaves a tag on his victims signed "S. Lopez" is terrorizing the city.

  352. Muerte dudosa, Juan José Jusid et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Víctor Laplace, María Socas, Manuel Callau.
    Abstract: Emilio Oribe is a wealthy business man that falls in love with a sly, coniving, and beautiful lady by the name of Gracia Smith. He is married, but this still doesn't stop him. He buys her an apartment, and although she doesn't love him, he is content with what he can get with his money. However, Emilio's sudden death seems very suspicious and a police investigation searches for the truth.

  353. La mujer de mi padre, Armando Bó et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 101 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Isabael Sarli, Armando Bó, Víctor Bó.
    Abstract: Siboney is a prostitute who makes a living in the village brothel. On Sundays, however, she makes her getaway to a secluded oasis of sexual pleasure at José's house, where there are no fantasies which could not be fulfilled. The problem begins when José's son arrives and becomes her most ardent suitor.

  354. Mujer-mujer, Bernardo Arias et al., 1 videocassette, San Luis, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Antonio Bonin, Cristina del Valle, Gianni Lunadei.

  355. Mujeres casadas, Mario Soffici et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Elina Colomer, Ana Lasalle, Francisco Martínez Allende, Nely Panizza, Jorge Rivier, Alita Román, Nelly Meden, Héctor Calcaño, María José, Yuki Nambá, Berta Moss, Julián Bourges, Félix Rivero, Mariano Vidal Molina, Betty Denis, Alto Grassi, Isabel Sprenger, Luis Conadi, Irma García, Jorge Levai, Aurora del Mar, Adolfo Meyer, Sara Rudoy, Marta González.
    Abstract: At the point of committing adultery, one woman finds herself committed to a surprise derivation from her adventure.

  356. Mujeres perdidas, Rubén Cavalloti et al., 1 videocassette (74 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Salcedo, Gilda Louseck, Miryande Urguijo.
    Abstract: A story about sex, murder, and blackmail. An underground company exploits innocent women and uses them for prostitution. Emilio, an employee of this company falls in live with one of these women named Susana. He finds a way to get her out of this business and marry her, but only to find out that she had already entered the business of prostitution.

  357. Mujeres que bailan, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Niní Marshall, Fidel Pintos, José María Gutiérrez.

  358. Nace de libertád, Julio Saraceni et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Francisco de Paula, Orestes Caviglia, Pedro Maratea.
    Abstract: In the year 1812, Argentina had a huge battle of the commoners against the existing government. Amidst the chaos a soldier named Carlos Aguirre had fallen in love with Maria Christina. However, Christina's father does not approve because Carlos is not fighting for the government as the father would prefer. Thus, Carlos must figure out how to be with Christina once all the fighting is over.

  359. Napoleón, Luis César Amadori et al., 1 videocassette (102 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Arias, Elena Ucena, Alita Román.
    Abstract: Argentine waiter and aspiring actor, Napoleón García, at a fancy restaurant, becomes owner of a home for aspiring Argentine actresses and music performers. Napoleón finds his new reponsibility greater than he had imagined.

  360. Native son Sangre negra, Pierre Chenel et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Richard Wright, Jean Wilson, Gloria Madison, Nicholas Joy.
    Abstract: Bigger Thomas lives with his mom, brother and sister in the poorer black community. He gets a job as the chauffeur for the rich Mr. Dalton. However, on his first night out he accidentally kills Mr. Dalton's daughter. Scared and unsure of what to do, Bigger tries to cover up the murder, by getting rid of the body, creating a ransom note, and pretending it was a kidnapping. Despite Bigger's attempts at escaping the police, his efforts are ultimately futile.

  361. Nazareno Cruz y el lobo las polomas y los gritos, Leonardo Favio et al., 1 videocassette (92 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Carlos Camero, Marina Magalí, Lautaro Murua.
    Abstract: Nazareno is a seventh son and cursed to turn into a werewolf when night arrives.

  362. No habrá más penas ni olvido Funny dirty little war, Hector Olivera et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Los Angeles?, 1987.
    Notes: Performer Note: Federico Luppi, Iulio de Grazia, Ulises Dumont, Hector Bidonde
    Added Title: Funny dirty little war.
    Abstract: Petty rivalries erupt into a local civil war in this satire of political and human follies.

  363. No salgas esta noche, Arturo García Buhr, 1 videocassette XX min.), S.l, 1946.

  364. No te mueras sin decirme a dónde vas, Eliseo Subielo et al., 1 videocassette (124 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Dario Grandinetti, Oscar Martínez, Mariana Arias.
    Abstract: Cinema projectionist Leopoldo is also an inventor. Seeking to develop "dream collector" , a machine able to record and reproduce the dream activity, he manufactures "heart translator ," an apparatus which, through an antenna, allows him to see the reality of the invisible one. When he tests the machine , he meets Rachel, the beautiful professional singer whom he loved hundred years earlier, in another life.

  365. Noche de bodas, Julio Porter et al., 1 videocassette (76 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Paulina Jingerman, Enrique Jerrano, Irma Córdoba.
    Abstract: A disastrous wedding night with misunderstanding after misunderstanding, but everything ends well.

  366. La noche viene movida, Gerardo Sofovich et al., 1 videocassette (82 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Tristân, Nadiuska, Javier Portales.
    Abstract: Pompino, a rich executive, arranges for his beautiful niece to go out with one of his employees. At the same time, another man is picking up a prostitute from the same building. The men pick up the wrong girl and have two very different experiences. In the end, after a chaotic night, Pompino falls in love with the prostitute and his niece marries his employer.

  367. Noches de Buenos Aires, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette (75 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Fernando Ochoa, Tita Merello, Severo Fernández.
    Abstract: Pablo is the husband of a beautiful lady named Dora and the two of them work together in musicals. However, Pablo only knows to express his love as jealousy and hates it when his wife is looked at or approached by other men. Dora gets tired of so much restriction that she allows the son of the director of the musicals to court her a little bit behind her husband's back. Suddenly, the assassination of the son and the search for who did it, opens doors between Pablo and his wife and their love for one another.

  368. La novela de un joven pobre, Luis Bayón Herrera et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hugo del Carril, Amanda Ledesma.
    Abstract: Maximo Martínez has just returned home to his father who tells him that Maximo must work for a living because they have lost their mansion and most of their money. His father tries to tell Maximo a secret, but he suddenly dies before he is able. So, Maximo goes to another estate where he will work while living there. However, he falls in love with the daughter Margarita realizing that he can never marry her due to his poverty. Margarita's grandfather soon becomes ill, but before he dies, he reveals a secret that connects the two families.

  369. Novios para las muchachas, Antonio Momplet et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Tito Lusiardo, Amelia Bence, Felisa Mary.
    Abstract: Argentine car salesman (Tito Lusiardo) plans to marry a young Argentinean girl (Amélia Bence) Rosario, who is one of seven girls in her family. Rosario is acting as head of the household and her mother (Felisa Marx) asks her not to marry until all her sisters have been married before her.

  370. Nubes de humo, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (70 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Castillo, Mercedes Carreras, Francisco Alvarez, Nelida Lobato.
    Abstract: A university student, who is a tango afficianado, has given up singing, but is lured back.

  371. O meu pé de laranja-lima Mi planta de naranja-lima, Aurelio Teixeira et al., 1 videocassette (105 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Julio César Cruz, Leilany Chediak, Janet Chermont, Iva West.
    Abstract: Zeze is a 6 year old with extraodinary liveliness and intelligence who lives with his parents, who are very poor, in a shack along a highway in the interior of San Pablo, Brazil. His older brothers have a private retreat in the garden, leaving Zeze alone with a lime tree. In his imagination, he makes the tree his great friend and confidant. With the help of his tree, he faces the difficulties of his family and of growing up.

  372. Obras maestras del terror, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Narciso Ibáñez Menta, Lilian Vaimar, Osvaldo Pacheco.

  373. Obsesión de venganza, Arturo Vieyra et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Arturo Bonín, Alicia Zanca, Tony Vilas.
    Abstract: A man by the name of Marcelo is married and has a grown son. The three of them are on vacation when Marcelo is called back to work. So, they head back home by train, but during the trip they are hijacked and Marcelo's wife and son are killed. Although Marcelo is injured, he recovers and is determined to avenge the death of his loved ones, whether or not the police will help.

  374. Org, Fernando Birri, 1 videocassette (XX min.), Argentina, 1998.

  375. Orquesta de señoritas, Luis César Amadori et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Niní Marshall, Francisco Alvarez, Zully Moreno.

  376. Pajaro loco, Lucas Demare et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Argentina, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, María José Demare, Victor Laplace.
    Abstract: El Paraíso is a quaint little village where everything happens very slowly. The sole parrish priest, Father Antonio, does what he can for the village. One day, the opening of a new casino is anounced and everything changes overnight. Especially for Father Antonio because a young priest is on his way to the village with new ideas. But then Father Antonio discovers sinister forces behind the casino and a false authorization for its opening. The old priest goes to work to save his village.

  377. Pájaros de cristal, Ernesto Arancibia et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mecha Ortiz, Alba Arnoia, Jorge Rivier.
    Abstract: Argentine ballet dancer Paula (Mecha Ortiz) finds that her love for dance is able to keep her performance company together through the trials of what it is to be a performer. Even though she loses the lead in the performance, she stays part of the company and keeps it going.

  378. Palabra de honor, Luis César Amadori et al., 1 videocassette (77 min.), Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Alicia Vignoli, Roberto Airaldi.
    Abstract: Raul Lucera, wealthy owner of an ice cream factory, is a philanthropic individual surrounded by greedy and bitter executives. The factory workers plan a strike, led by Pitango (Roberto Airaldi), and Raul's reaction is to compromise, but his executives think he should fire them all. Meanwhile, Raul's secretary Laural (Alicia Vignoli) abuses Raul's trust in her to attempt to embezzle money from the factory.

  379. Palermo, Arturo S Mom et al., 1 videocassette (79 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Nedda Francy, José Gola, Orestes Caviglia.
    Abstract: A professional fraud helps a woman seduce a famous athlete for his ends. The plot is uncovered and the woman is revealed to be an undercover police officer. She is able to shed some light on corruption in the sports arena.

  380. Pampa bárbara, Hugo Fregonese et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Francisco Petrone, Luisa Vehil, Domingo Sapelli.
    Abstract: Pampa bárbara is a story of the violence and conflict which took place on the pampas of Argentina, when the creoles of the country wished to inhabit and cultivate the indigenously populated land. Francisco Perone, who acts as commandante Castro, plans to slaughter the indigenous peoples of the pampas and take the land for his country.

  381. La pampa gringa, Fernando Birri, 1 videocassette (XX min.), Argentina, 1998.

  382. Pampa salvaje, Hugo Fegonese et al., 1 videocassette (91 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Robert Taylor, Mario Lozano, Fela Roque
    Added Title: Pampa barbara.
    Abstract: Remake of the 1946 film Pampa barbara. Soldiers are at war against the natives on the Argentine pampas. They must save themselves and their women from death. After a surprise attack by the Indians, the leader of the tribe dies. Both sides, plagued with injury and death, choose to surrender. The women are left as companions for the surviving soldiers.

  383. Papá tiene novia, Carlos Schlieper et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Amanda Ledesma, Aída Luz, Alberto Bello.

  384. La Parda Flora, León Klimovsky et al., 1 videocassette (92 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Amelia Bence, Carlos Cores, Fernando Perrone.
    Abstract: Parda Flora is the owner of a bar/nightclub and has two daughters that are in boarding school and do not really know what kind of life she leads. One night a man named Juan María Menendez comes to play poker and Flora gets mad with him at first but later falls in love with him. However, his father is not pleased with Flora and eventually Flora is forced to accept her position in life, and whatever truths it exposes, especially concerning her daughters.

  385. Pasajeros de una pesadilla, Fernando Ayala et al., 1 videocassette (110 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Federico Luppi, Alicia Bruzzo, Nelly Prono.
    Abstract: Based on a real case, the film relates the decadence and corruption of a middle class family, whose parents were apparently murdered with no clue who was responsible.

  386. Patapúfete!, Julio Saraceni et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Biondi, Leonor Rinaldi, Mariel Comber.
    Abstract: Spy spoof featuring a hapless barber who gets mixed up in a plot to steal an atomic bomb.

  387. La patota, Daniel Tinayre et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mirtha Legrand, José Cibrián, Luis Medina Castro.
    Abstract: A female professor of philosophy in a night school is raped by a gang of students. Then, instead of seeking revenge, she tries to influence their moral consciences.

  388. La patrulla chiflada, Carlos Rinaldi et al., 1 videocassette (74 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Rafael Carret, Jorge Luz, Zelmar Gueñol.
    Abstract: Four close Argentinean friends see their close friend Guillermo Valdez (Rafael Carret) off on his first cruise as a naval officer. After shoving off, Guillermo is surprised to find that his friends have all stowed away.

  389. Pecadora, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (70 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Olga Zubarry, Roberto Escalada, Teresa Serrador.
    Abstract: Antonio owes money to a wealthy man from whom he has borrowed money. However, he is unable to get the money and instead he kills the man while at the same time framing a young woman he has brought with him. The woman becomes very scared and in an effort to find some help, she ends up at a friend's house, only to find that she is Antonio's girlfriend. Antonio tries to convince her that he will save them and then they can live in peace and tranquillity together, but soon enough his real plans become evident.

  390. La Pelicula del rey, Ulises Dumont et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 100 min.), Mexico, 199.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ulises Dumont, Julio Chavez, Villanueva Cosse, Roxana Berco.
    Abstract: The story of a movie director engaged in shooting a film about Orille Antoine de Tournes, a solicitor, who went to the south of Argentina and Chile to be proclaimed, until 1860, King of Araucania and Patagonia. A parallel is established between the passions of the director and his character and the hard conditionings of reality of each of them.

  391. Pelota de trapo, Leopoldo Torres Ríos et al., 1 videocassette (105 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Armando Bó, Santiago Arrieta, Orestes Caviglia.
    Abstract: Traces the career of a top soccer player Eduardo Díaz from his rough childhood years through his first moment of triumph. Poor adolescent Argentinean children spend their vacation time playing soccer with a cloth soccer ball until it bursts one day. They soon formulate a plan to buy a real soccer ball. One of these children is Eduardo, destined to be a great soccer player.

  392. Peluquería de señoras, Luis Bayón Herrera et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Amanda Ledesma, June Marlowe.

  393. Peperina, Raul de la Torre et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina.
    Notes: Performer Note: Andrea del Boca, José María Monje, Henry Zakka.
    Abstract: This film is a mixture of documentary footage of Charly García and his band, Serú Giran, and a fantasy story of a young woman obsessed with their music, inspired by García's song, Peperina. Filmmaker Raúl de la Torre strives to capture the esthetic of rock in her story.

  394. Pequeños aventureros, Daniel Pires Mateus et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Héctor Pellegrino, Elena Cruz, Ricardo Cordoso.
    Abstract: Maricela goes to visit her aunt on vacation and spends time with her cousin Pedro, who is about the same age of nine. The two of them go on a little excursion down the river when they must abandon their raft due to a waterfall. Thus begins a great adventure of hunting their own food, trying to keep warm, and moving on. Upon their discovery of an old cave from a miner's map, the two kids get stuck in a disastrous position and must wait upon help.

  395. Persona honrada se necesita, Francisco Mugica et al., 1 videocassette (73 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Francisco Petrone, Alicia Vignoli, Pedro Maratea.
    Abstract: Raúl, a man wanted by the police, is the winner of a huge lottery. He cannot claim his winnings himself so an honorable person is needed to claim the money and deliver it to him. A beautiful woman named Grasida proves to be this honorable person and also wins the heart of Raúl. In the end, Raúl gives up his money and temporary freedom to eventually marry Grasida.

  396. Piantadino, Francisco Mugica, 1 videocassette XX min.), Argentina, 1919.

  397. La picara cenicienta, Francisco Mugica et al., 1 videocassette (78 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Rigaud, Golde Flami, Héctor Quintanilla.
    Abstract: Backstage romantic comedy.

  398. La piel de Zapa, Luis Bayón Herrera et al., 1 videocassette (65 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hugo del Carril, Aida Luz, Francisco López Silva.
    Abstract: Rafael Valentín has come to a point in his life where he no longer has much hope or desire to live on. However, one day he is given a treasured preserved animal skin that is supposed to possess some special powers to help whoever owns it. For Rafael this skin becomes more of a plague than a help and although he does find brief happiness and love his confidence and strength of character is so deteriorated that he is unable to get his life where he wants it. In the end, Rafael must decide if he has the courage to carry forth.

  399. Pimienta y Pimentón, Carlos Rinaldi et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, José Marrone, Cuny Vera.
    Abstract: Pimienta and Pimentón are two clowns of a traveling circus that are helping to raise two children whose parents died in an accident. However, in trying to fight for custody, these good friends must have a valid reason to keep the children. So, one of them decides to marry which works but creates some tension between them. In the end, despite any arguments, friendship is restored.

  400. La pluma del ángel, Néstor Paternostro et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Sebastián Morgan, Arturo Bonin, Dora Baret.

  401. Pobre mariposa, Raul de la Torre et al., 1 videocassette (115 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Graciela Boges, Lautaro Murúa, Pepe Soriano.
    Abstract: In May of 1945, the news of the fall of Berlin spread to Buenos Aires. Clara is the daughter of a socialist leader named Boris who has died unexpectedly. As Clara learns more about a father she hardly knew, she finds out slowly about his political involvement during the war. There is some unrest in Argentina, and soon, not even Clara's life is free from danger.

  402. Policia corrupto, Carlo Campanile et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Gerardo Romano, Ulises Dumont, Cristina Agüero.
    Abstract: Romero is a policeman in a special unit of investigators fighting narcotics trafficking. He is married, with a young son, who both become pawns when Romero's investigations lead him into a nest of corruption involving both traffickers and government officials.

  403. Por cuatro días locos, Jaime Saracemi et al., 1 videocassette (107 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Castillo, Amalia Sanchez Ariño, Francisco Chiarmiello.
    Abstract: A young singer passes himself off as the grandson of a woman newly arrived from Spain in order to find his doctor's grandson.

  404. Porteña de corazón, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette (83 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Niní Marshall, Augusto Codecá, Ernesto Racquén.
    Abstract: Catita is a receptionist in a hospital. She is in love with the son of a millionaire, but the father is strictly opposed to his son dating a mere nurse.

  405. Primavera de la vida, Arne Mattson et al., 1 videocassette (70 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Nicole Berger, Folke Sundquist, Pedro Laxalt.
    Abstract: This film takes place in the Falkland Islands which were formerly part of Argentina. Estela (Nicole Berger) and Mariano (Folke Sundquist) were secretly seeing each other unbeknownst to their parents. Estela came from a poor family, while Mariano's family was wealthy. Their parents hated each other and the conflict between the two families erupts when they discover the relationship.

  406. Prisioneros de una noche, David José Kohon et al., 1 videocassette (78 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alfredo Alarcón, María Vaner, Osvaldo Terranova.
    Abstract: Martín and Elsa meet one night after an auction and very quickly fall in love with one another. However, Elsa keeps getting harassed by a gentleman that lives in her apartment complex. Her fear and hate of this man makes her rather inhibited and vulnerable. When this man beats up Martín one night after trying to take away Elsa, an emotional battle begins, where someone is going to lose.

  407. La prodiga, Mario Soffici et al., 1 videocassette XX min.), Argentina.

  408. Prontuario de un argentino, Andrés Bufali et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Romualdo Quiroga, Miguel Angel Solá, Virginia Lago.

  409. Pubis angelical de Manuel Puig, Alfredo Alcon et al., 1 videocassette (117 min.), United States, 1988.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alfredo Alcón, Graciela Borges, Pepe Soriano, China Zorrilla.
    Abstract: While in her hospital bed, a woman reflects on her life and the roles men have played in her life, against a backdrop of Argentine political events.

  410. Puente Alsina, José Agustín Ferreyra et al., 1 videocassette (60 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: José Gola, Delia Durruty, M. Gómez Bao.
    Abstract: Lydia, a very pretty lady, is not getting along with her boyfriend. When the two of them go to her father's construction site, Lydia flees from her boyfriend and falls in the water by accident. Fortunately, Edmundo, one of the men working there saves her and lets her rest in his place for the night. This quickly leads to an exciting new relationship for Lydia and Edmundo.

  411. Puerta cerrada, Luis Saslavsky et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Libertad Lamarque, Angel Magaña, Agustín Irusta.

  412. La pulga en la oreja, Francisco Guerrero et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Zulma Faiad, Tristan, Ignacio Quirós, Christina del Valle.
    Abstract: Camilo, a carefree bachelor, lives with his Aunt Riamunda and Uncle Chamiso. He often visits a luxury hotel for the purpose of discrete amorous encounters. One day he leaves behind an intimate article which belongs to his uncle. When it is sent home by the hotel, it ends up in Raimunda's hands. She schemes to catch her husband by going to the hotel herself and surprising him when he arrives. The plan goes awry, but in the end, the truth comes out and the pair fall into each other's arms with renewed true love.

  413. Que noche de casamiento, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (70 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Francisco Charmiello, Analía Gade, Tito Clemente.

  414. Que vivan los crotos, Ana Puliak et al., 1 videocassette (75 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Bepo Ghezzi, Filiberto Sati, Uda Conti.
    Abstract: José Américo "Bepo" Ghezzi, an unemplyed anarchist stonecutter, leaves town one day in 1930, not to return until 1955. For 25 years, he walks about with no other destination than that which is staked out by the railroad tracks, immersing himself in the silent world of the hobos. It is there that he meets the Frenchman, a teacher of life who leaves an indelible mark on him. In his home town, meantime, his friends and a woman await him, puttin together their own, different and sometimes opposed lives. Sixty years later, facing a camara, they relive their loves and visions of the world in a kind of cllage of glances and dreams in which the key element is the question everybondy poses: Is freedom possible?

  415. Queridas amigas, Pedro Orgamibide et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luisina Brando, Dora Baret, Graciela Dufau.
    Abstract: One of three best friends, Isabel, tracks down and gets in touch with the other two, Mary and Esther. They reminisce about old times and share the new experiences of their marriages and motherhood.

  416. Quiere casarse conmigo?, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 85 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Palito Ortega, Sonia Bruno, Eddie Pequenino.

  417. Quintín Cumpa madera y agua, Octavio Getino et al., 1 videocassette (40 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Abstract: Documentary on the life and activities of a Peruvian Indian in a remote area of the Andea jungle.

  418. La rabona, Mario David et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Closas (Emilio /Amin / Yapur), Claudia Cárpena (Gabriela "Gaby" Yapur), Perla Santalla (Luisa De Benedetti de Yapur), Arturo García Buhr (Elías, el abuelo), Eva Franco (Emilio's aunt), Ricardo Darin (florist), Carlos Moreno ("Beto"), Ricardo Lavié (Gorostiaga), Hector Bidonde (barman), Miguel Coppola.
    Abstract: A girl and her father, tired of the same routine, decide to take the day off, her from school and him from the office.

  419. Rafael Alberti retrato del poeta por Fernando Birri, Fernando Birri and Laboratorio de Poéticas Cinematográficas, 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1998.
    Notes: Contents: 1. parte (38 min.) -- 2. parte (38 min.).
    Abstract: A portrait of the Spanish poet through film clips and interviews.

  420. Rambito y Rambón--primera misión, Enrique Carrereras et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Olmedo, Jorge Porcel, Mario Sánchez.
    Abstract: Jorge and Alberto are serving in the army and manage to always get in trouble. They do not think very logically and the generals are always disappointed with their lack of reasoning and discipline. Thus, when two men are needed to scope out territory before the troops come in, Jorge and Alberto are sent on a mission to the middle of the forest. Together, they try their best despite any lack of faith in their abilities.

  421. La Raulito en libertad, Lautaro Murúa et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Marilina Ross, Charo López, María Asquerino.
    Abstract: A young lady nicknamed La Raulito is flown from Buenos Aires, Argentina to Madrid to be the actress in an interview type film. She has an interesting story having been a psychiatric patient for many years. The film is to be her answering questions and thus describing her life. She is accompanied by two other ladies who do not really care about her. At first all goes well, but soon Raulito starts feeling pressured by her new career.

  422. Recuerdos de un angel, Enrique Cahen Salaberry and Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Abstract: Alicia, the daughter of Angel, an upper-class Argentinean, is about to get married to an upper class businessman when Martin, a working class Argentinean climbs in through her window where she is waiting and he and Alicia run away. The family is outraged by the idea of Alicia marrying someone from the lower class, but Angel reminds them that he too came from a humble background and tells them about the trials that he went through to marry his wife Irene who was from the upper-class.

  423. La redada, Rolando Pardo et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Argentina.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ulises Dumont, Gianni Lunadei, Litto Nebbia.
    Abstract: Inspired by actual events which took place during the military dictatorship in the city of San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina, on July 14, 1976. Paradoxically, the date on which the Universal Declaration of Rights of Man is commemorated. The military governor decides to clean the city of vagrants, beggars and drunks--the marginals who the de facto President shouldn't have to see; they were loaded into trucks and deposited in the neighboring province of Catamarca, in an inhospitable valley without food of any kind.

  424. Requiebro, Carlos Schlieper et al., 1 videocassette (62 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carmen Sevilla, Angel Magaña, Ricardo Castro Ríos.
    Abstract: Spanish actress Paloma Reyes (Carmen Sevilla) runs away from her theatre company after discovering that the only reason the director of the company signed her on was because he had amorous intentions towards her. Paloma ends up on the ranch of a famous Argentine actress, Dona Isabel, who takes her in after meeting Paloma at her performance.

  425. Retrato de Juan José Saer, Rafael Filipelli and Arte Video (Firm), 1 videocassette (84 min.), Argentina, 1996.
    Abstract: Documentary of famous Argentine author Juan Jose Saer and his new life in France. The film provides the viewer with a snapshot of the author's current life in Paris and his visits to Argentina.

  426. Revancha de un amigo, Santiago Carlos Oves et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ricardo Darín, Luisa Kuliok, Juan Leyrado.
    Abstract: A man by the name of Ariel Janarte is travelling back to Buenos Aires, Argentina because his mother is sick and dying. He also wants to know what happened concerning his father's death. After his mother dies, he seeks the truth to only find that his father is not dead but involved in something dangerous. While finding this out, he jeopardizes his own life and that of his girlfriend. In the end, despite loss and with the help of some friends, Ariel is triumphant.

  427. Riachuelo, Luis J Moglia Barth et al., 1 videocassette (73 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Margarita Solá, Maruja Pibernat.
    Abstract: Famous Argentine comedic actor Luis Sandrini plays a lowly thief (Bellitín) living in Riachuelo, a central coastal town of Argentina. He lives in a boat that his late father left him, named "Mi Vieja". He falls in love with a beautiful club singer, but finds that he is competing for her love with a mobster, Carrancho.

  428. Ritmo, sal, y pimienta, Carlos Torres Ríos et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Lolita Torres, Ricardo Passano, Tito Climent.
    Abstract: Lolita Gonzalez lives with her father and aunt and has a boyfriend named Ernesto. One day she meets three young men, one named Gerardo who falls in love with her. He works for a music company and plays the piano very well. Unknowingly, he ends up at Lolita's house on the job, fixing the family piano. When they see each other again, and Gerardo hears her sing, he is determined to get her to perform at a club that he enjoys (and which Lolita's father owns, though she does not know this at first).

  429. Romance musical, Ernesto Arancibia et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Libertad Lamarque, Juan José Miguez, Berta Moss.
    Abstract: Mario and Elvira Castro are having suspicions about one anothers' faithfulness in their marriage. So, Elvira decides to go on a cruise, but send someone else in her place with her name so that she can stay behind and check up on her husband. Mario meanwhile hires a private detective to check on his wife while she is on the cruise. In the end, love is found not only between the Castros but also between two other key characters.

  430. Rompe corazones, Jorge Stamadianos et al., 1 videocassette (98 min.), Venezuela, Chorilllos, Peru, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Sasi, Teresa Constantini, David di Napoli.
    Abstract: Viviana, a 41-year old dentist, married and without children, starts to feel desparate to have a baby. One night, her car breaks down and she is attracted to the mechanic, Andés who comes to her rescue; soon afterward, she decides to initiate an affair with him on the side, for the sole purpose of conceiving a child. Mario, her husband, has his own "second front"--a cabaret dancer named Mónica. He doesn't feel guilty because Viviana has already his heart. But this hopeless situation leads them to a compromise: Andrés will move in and the three will live together in one house. All seems to go well until Mónica presents a dilemna: she wishes to to live as well in her lover's house and be an equal in the equation.

  431. La Rosales, David Lipszyc et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Arturo García Buhr, Héctor Alterio, Ulises Dumont.

  432. Rosaura a las diez, Mario Soffici and Marco Denevi, 1 videocassette XX min.), S.l.

  433. La rubia del camino, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette (71 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Paulina Síngerman, Enrique Serrano, Marcelo Ruggero.

  434. La rubia mireya, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette (81 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mecha Ortiz, Fernando Lamas, Juan Porta.
    Abstract: A drama about a prominant Buenos Aires woman in the early years of the 20th century. She is both divorced and rejected by her daughter.

  435. Sala de espera, Luciano Alvarez et al., 1 videocassette (50 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Miriam Campos, Isabel Legarra, Ana Pouso, Rosa Simonelli, Andrea Villaverde, José Pedro Alberti, Jorge Esmoris, Laura Canoura, Gustavo Gomensoro, Daniel Montero, Nelly Antánez.
    Abstract: Docudrama about abortion and its psychological repercussions in Uruguay. Based on the work of psychologists Denise Defrey, Rasia Friedler, Miriam Náñez, Cristina Terra and Dr. José Luis Díaz Roselló.

  436. Sala de guardia, Tulio Demicheli et al., 1 videocassette (93 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Elisa Christian Galvé, Carlos Thompson, Tito Alonso.

  437. Santos Vega, Carlos F Borcosque et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jose Larralde, Ana María Picchio, A. Rojas.
    Abstract: Traveling guitarist and gaucho Santos Vega, becomes wanted by the local Argentine police after stopping some of their forces from stealing horses from a family of country Argentineans. He comes to represent the Argentine fighting gaucho spirit and is a defender of the Argentine country peasants.

  438. Santos Vega vuelve, Leopoldo Torres Ríos et al., 1 videocassette (60 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan José Miguez.
    Abstract: Luis is an accomplished guitar player and singer. One day a ghostly voice instructs him to seek out a certain guitar and play it.

  439. Sapucay mi pueblo, Fernando Siro et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1997.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Landriscina, Fernanco Siro, Elena Cruz.

  440. Sección desaparecidos, Pierre Chenal et al., 1 videocassette (82 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Nicole Maurey, Maurice Ronet, Inda Ledesma, Guillermo Battaglia, Luis Otero, Ubaldo Martínez, Elida Dey, José Comellas, Pedro Pompillo, Dorita Vernet, André Norevó, Marisa Náñez, Amalia Bernabé, Jorge Villodo. Alberto Bacigaluppi, Nelly Lagos, Enrique Brown, Raál Deval, Félix Tortorelli, Enrique A. Quiles.
    Abstract: This thriller relates, in "grand guignol" style, the complicated story of the affairs between an ex-con, a chorus girl, and other women.

  441. Secuestro sescacional, Luis Bayón Herrera et al., 1 videocassette (65 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Elsa O'Connor, Osvaldo Miranda.
    Abstract: Anita is a fourteen year old girl who lives with her father, a millionaire planning to marry a lady named Eleanor. However, Eleanor does not really like Anita and after arguing one day, Anita runs away. She encounters an individual named Juan who takes care of her as a brother. He lets her rest for a little while, but soon the news of her disappearance breaks out all over town. Juan encourages her to return home although Anita does not want to. Eventually the truth about Eleanor and her true motives is revealed.

  442. Senda sin culpa, Antonio Momplet et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hugo del Carril, Carmen Montejo, Sara Guasch.
    Abstract: Miguel visits a nightclub and asks if he might be able to sing there. He is hired after one audition and ends up bringing a lot of money in for the club. However, he manages to get one of the young women, Susana (who helps out on the set), pregnant. Susana is sent away by the club manager and almost kills herself. However, when Miguel is finally informed, he does everything possible to get Susana the help she needs, even if it puts him in danger.

  443. Señora de nadie, Maria Luisa Bemberg et al., 1 videocassette (? min.), Argentina, 1994-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luisina Brando, Rodolfo Ranni, Susú Pecoraro, China Zorrilla.
    Abstract: A middle aged Argentine woman with a comfortable life discovers that her husband has been having affairs for years behind her back. She leaves him and for a time has trouble adjusting to her newfound yet unwelcome independence. Eventually, however, she accepts her condition and ultimately thrives as she finds new loves and a new life.

  444. Sentimental requiem para un amigo, Sergio Renán et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Sergio Renán, Pepe Soriano, Lusinia Brando.
    Abstract: José Solari, a journalist, and his friend Daniel Goldberg are close friends that enjoy hanging out with one another. However, one night after a good time out, Daniel is killed by an automobile. Jose is at shock and uncertain as to what to do at first, but when more people die and money transfer is involved, he fears for his own life. So, he searches to find out what really happened.

  445. La serpiente de cascabel, Carlos Schlieper et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: María Duval, Juan Carlos Thorry, Homero Cárpena.

  446. Setenta veces siete, Leopoldo Torre Nilsson et al., 1 videocassette (92 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Isabel Sarli, Francisco Rabal, Jardel Filho.
    Abstract: A prostitute remembers what happened in Patagonia when she left her parents to live with a solitary rancher. One day A fugitive appeared and she felt attracted to him. Her husband suggested she kill the fugitive and they keep his money; the fugitive suggested they kill the husband and run away together.

  447. Shunko, Lautaro Murúa et al., 1 videocassette (72 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Graciela Rueda, Angel Greco, Carlos Garay.

  448. Siempre es difícil volver a casa, Jorge Polaco et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Miguel Torres del Sel, Daby Brieva, Daniel Miglioranza.

  449. Sin opción, Nestor Lescovich et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Lavelle, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Federico Luppi, Ulises Dumont, Liliana Giordano.
    Abstract: A psychological police thriller which smashes the conventions of the genre. The violence manifests itself in the interior of the characters, who are locked together in a double romantic triangle.

  450. Sorok pervyi El 41 : ultimo disparo, G Koltunov et al., 1 videocassette (86 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Izol da Izvitskaia, Oleg Strizhenov, Nikolai Kriuchkov.
    Abstract: During the times of the Russian Revolution a Communist woman-sniper takes custody of a Whity Army lieutenant with whom she gradually falls in love.

  451. Sostenido en La menor, Pedro Stocki et al., 1 videocassette (92 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Federico Lupi, Soledad Silveyra, Chunchuña Villafañe.
    Abstract: Inés is a very young girl who plays in a musical group. Another member of the group is her boyfriend. Inés lives by herself in a small apartment. Her parents tell her that they have decided to separate and Inés goes to liver with her father, to be with him in this difficult moment he is going through. The film narrates their life together and how they learn from it.

  452. Su hermana menor, Enrique Cahen Salaberry et al., 1 videocassette (79 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Silvia Legrand, Zully Moreno, Santiago Arrieta.
    Abstract: María and Gloria are sisters and best friends. María has a nervous breakdown and is sent to live in the country. It is there that she falls in love with Señor Regeña. Later, he meets Gloria and falls in love with her. Gloria returns his love, not knowing that this is the man whom Mar ía loves, but once she finds out, she ends the relationship and marries another. Señor Regeña is heartbroken, but eventually reconciles with María and marries her.

  453. Su primer baile, Ernesto Arancibia, 1 videocassette XX min.), S.l, 1996.

  454. Su último pelea, Jerry Gómez et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Armando Bó, Santiago Arreita, Laura Hidalgo.
    Abstract: Julio Sánchez is a championship boxer who falls in love and marries Elena Rodríguez. As he continues to win his fights in hope of becoming the champion of both North and South America, he finds out that his agent has an affair with his wife. Julio ends up killing him in a mad rage and serves eight years in prison. Once his is released, he forgives Elena and resumes his boxing career. He lose his last fight, at last realizing that his health and family are more important than his quest to be the champion.

  455. Subí que te llevo, Rubén W Cavallotti et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Sandro, María del Carmen Valenzuela, Julia Sandoval.
    Abstract: Sandro is a famous singer who one day sees a woman named Mariana stopped on the side of the road with a flat tire. He stops to help her by giving her a ride, however, when they arrive at their destination, he gets attacked by fans and she loses a shoe. With the one shoe, Sandro tracks Mariana down and soon realizes that he has fallen in love. Thus, begins a long adventure where Sandro must somehow get by Mariana's disapproving uncle.

  456. Subterráneos, Alejandro Bazzano et al., 1 videocassette (47 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Osvaldo Laport, Jorge Esmoris, Pepe Vásquez, Carlos Aldama, Vivian Sáez, Ricardo Couto, Rafael Salzano, Natalia Méndez.
    Abstract: Conceived as the pilot for a TV series, the film concerns a private detective who is contracted to investigate the disappearance of the daughter of a high class family, which appears to be related to a series of murders of fashion models. The atmospher is futuristic and vaguely Cyberpunk, with great attention to detail in passing, including religious sects whose members take walks in groups dressed in bright orange raincoats, twin assassins with identical black suits and white neckties, and other such things.

  457. Sueños de hielo, Ignacio Agüero, Mar Films, and Enec Video Home (Firm), 1 videocassette 60 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199u.
    Abstract: For the 1992 Universal Exposition in Seville, Spain, the Chileans decided to bring ice from Antarctica. This movie is narrated by one of the ship's captains who takes the journey to Antarctica and then to Spain with iceberg in tow.

  458. Surcos de sangre, Hugo del Carril et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hugo del Carril, Esther Fernández, Carlos Perelli.
    Abstract: This film gives the history of Pablo Fontán and his struggle to survive as an Argentine country farmer. He was born into poverty, but persevered, and succeeded in his life.

  459. Surcos en la mar, Kurt Land et al., 1 videocassette (61 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Enrique Muiñoz, Olga Casares Pearson, Juan Carlos Barbieri.

  460. Tango!, Luis J Moglia Barth et al., 1 videocassette (75 min.), Argentina.
    Notes: Performer Note: Libertad Lamarque, Pepe Arias, Tita Merello.
    Abstract: The tango is a dance that always contains a lot of emotion. This movie reveals how the tango can bring couples together and then show the expressions of love that are spurred. The tango becomes a part of one's soul that attracts attention in many different ways.

  461. Tango, baile nuestro Tango, our dance, Jorge Zanada et al., 1 videorecording (70 min.), Chicago, IL, 1994.
    Notes: Performer Note: Julio Bocca, Arturo Bonin, Juan Carlos Copes
    Added Title: Tango, our dance.
    Abstract: Documents the history and spirit of the Tango. Shows the beauty of the dance and how it has changed over the years.

  462. Te amo, Eduardo Calcagno et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ulises Dumont, Valentina Fern ndez de Rosa, Betiana Blum.

  463. Terra em transe, Glauber Rocha et al., 1 videocassette (115 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jardel Filho (Paulo Martins), Paulo Aautran (don Porfirio Diaz), José Lewgoy ( Felipe Vieira), Glauce Rocha (Sara), Paulo Gracindo (Don Julio Fuentes), Hugo Carvana (Alvaro), Danuza Leão (Silvia), Jofre Soares (Padre Gil), José Marinho (Jer nimo), Flávio Migliaccio, Francisco Milani (Aldo), Modesto de Souza (senator) Echio Reis, Emanoel Cavalcanti (Felício), Mário Lago, Thelma Reston, Paulo César Pereio, Zózimo Bulbul, Clóvis Bornay, Rafael de Carvalho, Darlene Glória, Eizabeth Gasper, Irma Alvarez, S nia Clara, Guide Vasconcelos, Maurício do Vale.
    Abstract: Allegory of Brazilian politics and history. One of the most ambitious and admired films of Rocha.

  464. La terraza, Leopoldo Torre Nilsson et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Argentina.
    Notes: Performer Note: Graciela Borges, Leonardo Favio ; Marcela López Rey.
    Abstract: A young girl lives in a building where she does small tasks and saves her money. A group of young adults have gathered at the pool of the building's terrace. They relax and enjoy their day under the sun asking the young girl to bring things that they need. The young adults, however, have plenty to figure out as they stay through the night on the terrace, much to the dismay of the older adults.

  465. La tía de Carlos, Leopoldo Torres Ríos et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pedro Quartucci, Francisco Alvarez, Amanda Varela.
    Abstract: Three young men are close friends and have told an older gentleman, Dr. Mikro, that Carlitos' aunt is coming to town, a millionare known as Reina del Café. When the aunt does not come and the Dr. brings two of his lovely female students, one of the boys decides to dress up as the aunt and play the part instead so that he does not get in trouble with the Doctor. Quickly, the other two men fall for the female students. Meanwhile, the real aunt arrives and Rudolfo (the one dressed up as the aunt) actually falls for her, while Dr. Mikro falls for who he thinks is the aunt. This leads to an amusing ending where the aunt's trued identity is finally revealed.

  466. Tiempo de revancha, Hector Olivera et al., 1 videocassette (110 min.), Venezuela, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Federico Luppi, Haydee Padilla, Julio de Grazia, Uluises Dumont, Aldo Barbero, Enrique Liporace, Jose Jofre Soares, Arturo Maly, Rodolfo Ranni.
    Abstract: A demolition worker at a remote copper mine rigs a dynamite accident to blackmail the corrupt company, by pretending to have been struck speechless in a shock from the blast. The ruthless boss will to anything to break him. To collect damages, he must maintain his silence despite unbearable temptations and pressures until the shattering climax.

  467. Tierra de Avellaneda, Daniele Incalcaterra et al., 1 videocassette (83 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Abstract: After the fall of the military junta in Argentina, the Alfonsín Governement demanded the trial of those responsable for the sordid repression that left 30.000 deads and forced more than a million people into exile. But the courts have since pardonned 400 of those accused, on the grounds that "they had only followed orders". In 1987, President Alfonsín stepped down. His successor, President Carlos Ménem, has favored a general forgivness, claiming the necessary for a young democracy to establish itself with a clean slate. Several human rights organizations have cried in outrage against this revisionary amnesty law. This investigative essay searches for the truth concerning those declared missing during Argentina's "dirty war", while questioning the basis of law which has cleared the military of all crimes committed during the dictatorship.

  468. Tire dié, Fernando Birri, Universidad Nacional del Litoral, and Instituto de Cinematografía, 1 videocassette (33 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Abstract: Every day the children of the neighborhood known as "Tire Dié", in the city of Santa Fe, wait for the train to ask for money, shouting "Tire dié!" (toss me a dime!) to the passengers. Considered the first survey-on-film in Latin America.

  469. Tiro de gracia, Ricardo Becher et al., 1 videocassette (97 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Fernández Rosendo, Jesus Ponero, Edgardo Suarez.
    Abstract: Daniel (Fernández Rosendo), is an unemployed Argentine in his 20s living with wealthy girlfriend Josephina. He works odd jobs during the day, and frequents the local bars where he gets drunk with his friends every night. He has a very strange and active imagination. He is often plagued with flashbacks-like memories and violent dreams. This film gives a snapshot of life in Argentina during the late 1960s.

  470. Todo un heroe, Sergio Pugliese et al., 1 videocassette (73 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Arias, Delfy de Ortega, Milagros de la Vega.
    Abstract: Because of a mistaken identity, a very ordinary, somewhat hapless insurance agent is written up in the papers as a hero who has rescued a woman from a stormy sea. The results are interesting.

  471. Todo un hombre, Pierre Chenal et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Francisco Patrone, Amelia Bence, Nicolás Fregues.

  472. Toto Paniagua, Carlos Orgambide et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ricardo Espalter, Enrique Almada, Enrique Liporace.

  473. La Tregua, Bernardo Zupnik et al., 1 videocassette (? min.), Uruguay, 199.
    Notes: Performer Note: Héctor Alterio, Ana María Picchio, Norma Aleandro, Luis Brandoni.
    Abstract: A middle aged widower who runs an accounting service and struggles to keep his family of two sons and a daughter together, meets a young woman who brings joy back into his life. When she dies, his life is again shattered, but eventually he finds a new closeness with one of his sons who has been deeply troubled and reclusive.

  474. Tute cabrero, Juan José Jusid et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pepe Soriano, Juan Carlos Gené, Luis Brandoni.

  475. La última escuadrilla, Julio Saraceni et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199u.
    Notes: Performer Note: Tito Alonso, Juan Carlos Barbieri, Jacinto Henera.

  476. La ultima siembra, Patricio Contreras et al., 1 videocassette (115 min.), Argentina, 1991.
    Notes: Performer Note: Patricio Contreras, Leonor Manso, Mario Pasik, Gonzalo Morales.
    Abstract: The friendship between an Indian laborer and the illegitimate son of a gaucho on a ranch in northwest Argentina.

  477. Un bebé de contrabando, Eduardo Morera et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Rufino Córdoba, Adrián Cuneo.
    Abstract: A young man by the name of Inocencio is put in charge of caring for a small baby. However, very quickly everyone thinks that he is the father. Thus, he sets out to prove who the father is but soon learns that the mother has died and so his efforts are made more difficult. His girlfriend Alicia tries to help locate the father as well, but it all seems in vain. Fortunately, the baby ends up in good hands, despite that in the past robbers and thieves had hunted the baby looking for what they had hidden in his diapers.

  478. Un beso en la nuca, Luis Mottura et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mirtha Legrand, Roberto Escalada, María Esther Podestá.

  479. Un guapo del 900, Leopoldo Torre Nilsson et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Arturo García Buhr, Alfredo Alcón, Elida Gay Palmer.

  480. Un hombre de la dueda externa, Pablo Oliva et al., 1 videocassette (82 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Héctor Alterio, Luisina Brando, Jorge Mayorano.
    Abstract: The protagonist, an ordinary man, makes a fabulous fortune and decides to use it for paying off Argentina's external debt. His life and that of his wife radically change at that moment.

  481. Un hombre que debía una muerte, Mario Soffici et al., 1 videocassette (79 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Amelia Bence, Carlos Cores, Nelly Panizza.

  482. Un loco en acción, Enrique Dawi et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carlos Bala, Santiago Bal, Marcos Zucker.
    Abstract: Charly Bronex is known as the "indestructible" and has recently arrived to help out with a business but is also being pursued by another group of men that want him dead. After many futile attempts, he is finally detained and locked up. However, Carlitos, a coffee server, is discovered and happens to be an exact look-alike of Charly. When the two of them eventually unite, they are hard to stop, even by the biggest of men.

  483. Un modelo de Paris, Luis Bayon Herrea et al., 1 videocassette (70 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Francisco Alvarez, Pedro Quartucci, Tilda Thamar.
    Abstract: Fernando Galindez is about to be married to a pretty woman named Elena. However, Fernando is somewhat absent-minded and does not tell everyone the truth. On his wedding day, he must somehow explain why he still has a girlfriend and try to get himself out of any other sticky situations. This includes ruining a lady's beautiful hat and trying desperately to pay her and her boyfriend back before returning to his wife.

  484. Un tropezon cualquiera da en la vida, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette (89 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Castillo, Francisco Alverez, Fidel Pintos.
    Abstract: In this comedy about a tango singer, a man goes to jail in place of his brother, a good boy, in order to save him.

  485. Una atrevida aventurita, Carlos Hugo Christensen et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Tito Gómez, Felisa Mary, Diego Martínez.
    Abstract: A family of three with one daughter are the owners of a hotel high in the mountains and are hoping to have their hotel bought by a rich man named Gonzalez. Thus, when Gonzalez (who turns out being a young gentleman) visits the hotel, the family does their best to give him a good impression. This lead to a very comical situation as the family attempts to make a hotel with only three guests look good. However, when the daughter uses her charm, it turns out working a little too well.

  486. Una jaula no tiene secretos, Agustín Navarro et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Tasca, Alberto Olmedo, Nuria Torray.
    Abstract: Antonio is an elevator operator that on New Year's Eve is going about his normal job when the elevator suddenly gets stuck between floors. There are eight other people with him and thus begins the long wait for everything to get fixed. However, the seven men and one woman all have small matters that need to be taken care of, one of these being a wedding. This movie reveals how unfamiliar people can come together through a similar shared experience.

  487. Una mujer sin cabeza, Luis Cesar Amadori et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Niní Marshall, Angelina Pagano, Francisco Charmiello.
    Abstract: In this parody of the horror genre, complete with secret passageways, sinister men, and frightening apparations, a Gypsy circus performer and a friend flee their troop. They take refuge in a haunted house, where they soon discover the poor choice they have made.

  488. Una Novia para David A girlfriend for David, Orlando Rojas et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: María Isabel Díaz Lago, Jorge Luis Alvarez, Francisco Gattorno.
    Abstract: A young Cuban begins an amorous pursuit of his high school's beauty but finds himself falling for the honesty and charm of a less attractive girl.

  489. Unicornio el jardin de las frutas, Pablo César et al., 1 videocassette (98 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Yasef Calderón, Romina Barbara, Hukum Singh.
    Abstract: Series of 5 episodes linked by the works of Omar Khayyam. The first one, " Episodio de transsexualidade ", shows a human sacrifice in a city inhabited only by women. As, " Episodio de la esclavo blanco", approaches the courage of a woman and the naivety of the first love. " Episodio del alquimista" places in scene a man in looking for immortality in a society dominated for the desire of the gold. In the " Episodio de la caravana," a man travels with 33 traders where all the situations if repeat three times. The fifth and last part, " Episodio del sexto infierro y las Fúrias," is a homage to the Greek authors and after shows to the purification of the main personage after the murder of his mother.

  490. Vacaciones, Luis Mottura et al., 1 videocassette (87 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mecha Ortíz, Francisco Martínez Allende, Amalia Sánchez Ariño, Manuel Collado.
    Abstract: Juan and Estela are lovers who must hide their true feelings from their family and friends. She is a widow with many childre, while he is married and has a famikly of his own. Not only that, they are related. After dealing with issues of incest, family and love, both decide to go their separate ways.

  491. Veinte años y una noche, Alberto de Zavalía et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pedro López Lagar, Delia Garcés, Camila Quiroga.

  492. Veni conmigo, Luis Saslavsky et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Susan Giménez, Alberto Martín, Juan Carlos Dual.
    Abstract: A young lady named Irene Rosy hopes one day to become a famous model. However, she is unable to get the type of modelling she wants and only gets pictured in a pornographic magazine. Throughout the film, she battles with trying to survive in a material world when she comes from a poor background.

  493. La verdadera historia de la primera fundación de Buenos Aires, La verdadera historia de la primera fundación de Buenos Aires, 1 videocassette (XX min.), Argentina, 1998.

  494. La vida es un tango, Manuel Romero et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Florencio Parravicini, Tito Lusiardo, Hugo del Carril.
    Abstract: Raúl, son of an Argentine theatrical performer, fulfills his dream of making Argentine tango music a voice. He becomes one of the many Argentine performers that made sung Argentine tangos famous worldwide.

  495. Vida rapida una historia de Montevideo, Enec Video Home (Firm) et al., 1 videocassette (50 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Diego Méndez, Hugo Bardello, Gabriela Iribarren.
    Abstract: Marcelo and Lorena's story is based on real stories of juvenile delinquents in Montevideo's Ciudad Viejo. This film brings to life the newspaper stories of the underworld that co-exists with the reality of most Montevideans--the drugs, the sexuality, the prostitution, the terrorists...the violence.

  496. La vieja música, Mario Camus et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 104 min.), Montevideo Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Federico Luppi, Charo Lopez, Francisco Rabal, Asumpta Serna.
    Abstract: The new coach of the basketball team of Lugo arrives from Argentina. He really knows nothing about training a basketball team so he keeps the previous coach on and in the meantime tries to learn from videos and books, but his real reason for coming to Spain was to find out about an old lost love.

  497. Vivir es formidable, Leo Fleider et al., 1 videocassette (84 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Virginia Luque, Gilda Lousek, Walter Vidarte, Enzo Viena.

  498. Vivir mata, Bebe Kamín et al., 1 videocassette, Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mauricio Dayub, Alejandro Urdapileta, Juan Leyrado.

  499. La voz de los pañuelos, Marcelo Céspedes et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 46 min.), Argentina?, 199-.

  500. La vuelta al nido, Leopoldo Torres Ríos and Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.

  501. Y mañana serán hombres, Carlos Borcosque et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 83 min.), Lavelle Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Sebastán Chiola, Malisa Zini, Daniel Belluscio, Oscar Valiceli.
    Abstract: Two boys live with a criminal until the police pick them up and send them to the Reformatory. It is an old reformatory which had long existed in the locality of Marcos Paz--the Colonia Hogar School "Ricardo Gutierrez"--a place of violence and fear before the new director attempts to tranform it into a place of learning.

  502. Ya no hay hombres, Alberto Fischerman et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Giuliano Gemma, Georgina Barbarossa, Katja Alemann.
    Abstract: Ana Falconi is the general manager of a factory, she is a widow, with a son. She decides to invent her perfect man to share all of her dreams and desires. A group of shareholders attempts to edge her out of power and to lead the company into fraudulent bankruptcy, but she negotiates with an Italian group in order to save it from going bust. When the Italian envoy, Piero Bellini, arrives in Buenos Aires, Ana discovers he is physically identical to the man she made up. At first she is shocked (especially when she meets his wife), but soon the two work together happily and are able to find just what they want and need from each other.

  503. Yo conocí a esa mujer, Carlos Borcosque et al., 1 videocassette XX min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Libertad Lamarque, Elsa O'Connor, Aguestín Irusta.
    Abstract: A "puzzle" film, in the style of Orson Welle's Citizen Kane, about a mother who loses her son.

  504. Yo quiero ser Bataclana, Manuel Romero and Videograma S.R.L, 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.


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