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Filming for this black and white comedy began in Argentina in 1942 and was directed by José Bohr. José Bohr was born Josef Bohr in Germany but lived most of his life in South America creating many films. Apparently, due to disagreements, five years elapsed between the beginning and end . . . 1947 Argentina
Supposed very brief and uncredited appearance by Yma Sumac is actually a drag queen lip-syncing to an Yma-like soprano but neither Yma Sumac nor her music are actually in this film. Although Yma Sumac's music was not used, the purpose of this page is to answer the many questions we receive about thi . . . 1980 United States
catalog no: TVT1320
Shown at the Cannes, Turin, Toronto and other film festivals, uses some material by Yma Sumac in the soundtrack. 78 minutes. Director: Nanni Moretti 1998 Italy
Set against the cutthroat world of children's television, story of Rainbow Randolph (Robin Williams), the corrupt, costumed star of a popular children's TV show, who is fired over a bribery scandal and replaced by squeaky-clean Smoochy (Edward Norton), a puffy purple rhinoceros. Somehow Yma Sumac is . . . 2002 United States
Musical extravaganza feature film starring Miguel Aceves Mejia, Lola Beltran, Jacqueline Francois, Ballet Ruso, El Chicano, Mirta Silva, La Gorda de Borinquen, Ballet de Jean Louis Destinee, Pedro Vargas, Elvira Quintana, Lucho Gatica, Cesar del Campo and Yma Sumac. Directed by Alfonso Patino Gomez, . . . 1960 México
Motion picture reportedly with a track by Yma Sumac as part of a Temple ritual. However, Yma Sumac is not credited on the film's soundtrack recording so the singer is likely Jeanie Stahl rather than Yma Sumac. 1998 United States
Little is known about this early film with Yma Sumac which is sometimes described as having been released in 1943. Can anyone supply additional information or even a copy to the Archives? 1944 Argentina
This was Yma Sumac's first Hollywood film, copies of which exist in the Archives in English, Spanish, Italian and German but it has not been professionally released on video tape or DVD in the United States although there are several European releases in the PAL format. In our opinion, this is the b . . . 1954 United States
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