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Post by PeplumParadise » 05/07/2022, 15:30

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Luis Vilar in Aquella joven de blanco (1964)
Luis Vilar was a small-part actor, active in Spanish films at least from the mid-1950's to mid-1960's.

He was married to the actress Carmen Porcel, with whom he had 2 children, Jose and Lola, who are also actors.[1]

He only has 13 credits on IMDb (where he is listed as "Luis Villar" despite only having been credited once with the double "L" spelling), so it seems quite possible that there could be uncredited roles to be found and he may turn out to be more generico than actor. Unfortunately most of the films where you see his typical look (without false beard or dyed hair) seem to be only available at present in rather poor quality copies.

His notable features include large bags under his eyes and a wide, downturned mouth.

Filmography
1957
  1. Fulano y Mengano .... Officer chasing the bag (credited)

    1958
  2. Su desconsolada esposa .... Police inspector (credited)

    1963
  3. La batalla del domingo .... (credited, but not found)
  4. Sfida al re di Castiglia .... Priest (credited)

    1964
  5. Aquella joven de blanco .... role? (credited)
  6. Fuerte perdido .... Homesteader driving Mary (credited as "Luis Villar")
  7. I due violenti .... Judge (credited)
  8. La boda .... role? (uncredited)
  9. La tumba del pistolero .... Hotelier (credited)
  10. Valiente .... role? (credited)
Additional credits
  • El horrible ser nunca visto (1966 short film) - "Luis Villar" is credited as editor, but there is no way to confirm that this is the same man
Titles to check
  • La mestiza (1956) IMDb
  • Primera fila (1963 TV series) Ep.: "Tío Vania", IMDb
  • El escándalo (1964) IMDb
Notes and sources
1. Enciclopedia del Cine Español
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Post by PeplumParadise » 05/07/2022, 15:45

Fulano y Mengano (1957) credited, as Officer chasing the bag
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Post by PeplumParadise » 05/07/2022, 15:48

Su desconsolada esposa (1958) credited, as Police inspector
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Post by PeplumParadise » 05/07/2022, 15:52

La batalla del domingo (1963) credited, but not found.

He is listed at the very bottom of the credits, but I was unable to identify Luis after several searches.
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Post by PeplumParadise » 05/07/2022, 15:57

Sfida al re di Castiglia (1963) credited, as Priest, hidden under a false beard.
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Post by PeplumParadise » 05/07/2022, 16:00

Aquella joven de blanco (1964) credited, role uncertain
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Post by PeplumParadise » 05/07/2022, 16:03

Fuerte perdido (1964) credited as "Luis Villar", as Homesteader driving Mary.
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Thanks to Carlos for helping identify him here and providing the image. IMDb lists him in the wrong role and this character was unidentifiable in my copy!

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Post by PeplumParadise » 05/07/2022, 16:06

I due violenti (Los rurales de Texas) (1964) as Judge (credited)
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Post by PeplumParadise » 05/07/2022, 16:10

La boda (1964) listed as appearing uncredited by IMDb, I think this should be him, but it's hard to be certain from the poor quality copy I found. Role uncertain.
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Post by PeplumParadise » 05/07/2022, 16:12

La tumba del pistolero (1964) credited, as Hotelier, with false moustache and his hair dyed black.
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