Domingo Soler was born on April 17, 1901 in Chilpancingo, Guerrero, Mexico. He was , known for La fièvre monte à El Pao (1959), La mujer del puerto (1933), Río Escondido (1948), Domingo Soler's first movie on record is from 1933. Domingo Soler died on June 13, 1961 in Acapulco, Mexico. His last motion picture on file dates from 1959.
Domingo Soler Filmography [Auszug]
1959: [07.09] Flor de mayo (Beyond All Limits) (Cast: Priest ), Directed by Roberto Gavaldón, with María Félix, Jack Palance, Pedro Armendáriz,
1959:  La fièvre monte à El Pao (Cast), Directed by Luis Buñuel, with Raul Dantès, María Félix, Miguel Angel Ferriz,
1954: [07.15] El joven Juárez (Cast: Don Antonio Salanueva ), Directed by Emilio Gómez Muriel, with María Elena Marqués, ,
1948: [02.12] Río Escondido (Hidden River) (Cast: The Priest), Directed by Emilio Fernández, with María Félix, , ,
1945: [05.27] La barraca (Cast: Batiste Borrull ), Directed by Roberto Gavaldón, with Anita Blanch, ,
1933: [02.14] La mujer del puerto (Cast: Alberto Venegas), Directed by Arcady Boytler, with Fabio Acevedo, Consuelo Segarra,
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