Ana Luisa Peluffo (born 9 October 1929) is a Mexican actress. She has appeared in more than 200 films and television shows since 1949. She starred in the 1977 film Paper Flowers, which was entered into the 28th Berlin International Film Festival.
Ana Luisa Peluffo
|Born||9 October 1929|
Carita de ángel (English title: Angel Face) is a Mexican children's telenovela produced by Nicandro Díaz González for Televisa in 2000. It is a remake of the telenovela Papa Corazon, which also was adapted for Mundo de juguete. Libertad Lamarque, who died during the filming of this telenovela and was replaced by Silvia Pinal.
Lisette Morelos and Miguel de León starred as protagonists, Daniela Aedo starred as child protagonist, while Mariana Ávila, Roberto Palazuelos, Ana Patricia Rojo and the leading actress Ana Luisa Peluffo starred as antagonists.El Seductor
El Seductor ("The Seducer") is a 1955 Mexican film. It was directed by
Chano Urueta.El valle de los miserables
El valle de los miserables (English: The valley of the miserable) is a 1975 Mexican drama film. Based in the novel El Valle Nacional by Enrique Albuerne.Farewell to Marriage
Farewell to Marriage (Spanish:Despedida de casada) is a 1968 Mexican film. It was produced by Fernando de Fuentes.La Ilegítima
La Ilegítima ("The Illegitimate") is a 1956 Mexican film directed by Chano Urueta and starring Miguel Torruco, Amanda del Llano, and Ariadna Welter.La venenosa
La venenosa is an Argentine drama film released in 1958 starring Ana Luisa Peluffo as a circus trapeze artist who brings bad luck to those who fall in love with her.Las señoritas Vivanco
Las señoritas Vivanco ("The Vivanco Ladies") is a 1959 Mexican film. It stars Sara García.Paper Flowers (1977 film)
Paper Flowers (Spanish: Flores de papel) is a 1977 Mexican drama film directed by Gabriel Retes. It was entered into the 28th Berlin International Film Festival.Pobre Clara
Pobre Clara is a Mexican telenovela produced by Valentín Pimstein for Televisa in 1975.Poor Millionaires
Pobres millonarios ("Poor Millionaires") is a 1957 Mexican film. It stars Sara García.The Divine Caste
The Divine Caste (Spanish: La casta divina) is a 1977 Mexican historical drama film directed by Julián Pastor and starring Ignacio López Tarso, Ana Luisa Peluffo and Pedro Armendáriz Jr. The film is set in Yucatán around the time of the Mexican Revolution and portrays the social upheaval following General Salvador Alvarado's arrival in the area.The Infernal Rapist
The Infernal Rapist (Spanish:El violador infernal) is a 1988 Mexican horror and thriller film directed by Damián Acosta Esparza. The film starring Noé Murayama, Princesa Lea, Ana Luisa Peluffo, Marisol Cervantes, Manuel 'Flaco' Ibáñez and Fidel Abregoin the lead roles.The Phantom of the Operetta (1960 film)
The Phantom of the Operetta (Spanish:El Fantasma de la opereta) is a 1960 Mexican comedy film directed by Fernando Cortés and starring Germán Valdés, Ana Luisa Peluffo and Luis Aldás. A man and his girlfriend take over a run-down theatre, planning to stage musical shows there. However the place soon turns out to be haunted. The title is a reference to The Phantom of the Opera.To Each His Life
To Each His Life (Spanish:Cada quién su vida) is a 1960 Mexican drama film directed by Julio Bracho and starring Ana Luisa Peluffo, Emma Fink and Carlos Navarro. A collection of prostitutes and others disappointed in life gather in a Mexico City cabaret to celebrate New Year's Eve.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Salvador Lozano Mena.