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Manuel Zeceña Diéguez was born on 12 January, 1918 in Guatemala, is a film. Discover Manuel Zeceña Diéguez's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 73 years old?

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Age 73 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 12 January 1918
Birthday 12 January
Birthplace Guatemala
Date of death June 9, 1991 - Guatemala City, Guatemala Guatemala City, Guatemala
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Nationality Guatemala

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Zeceña Diéguez died in Guatemala on June 9, 1991, aged 73.


He directed the 1970 film Una mujer para los sábados which starred Julio Alemán, Tere Velázquez and Amadee Chabot. His last film in the 1970s seems to be The Hughes Mystery which starred Jackson Bostwick, Broderick Crawford, José Ferrer, Hope Holiday, Guy Madison and Cameron Mitchell. The production company was S.A. Filmadora Panamericana. It was finished by 1979 and released that year. According to the book The Complete Films of Broderick Crawford by Ralph Schiller, there seems to be a mystery as to what happened to the film; it was never released in the United States and nobody seems to have seen it. There was an indication that it was sold in Australia. After that film Zeceña Diéguez appears to have stopped working.


As a writer he wrote the script for the 1954 comedy film Sindicato de telemirones which was directed by René Cardona. He produced the film De ranchero a empresario which was released in 1954. For the film Pecado starring Jorge Mistral, Teresa Velázquez and Martha Elena Cervantes, he was both writer and producer. It was released around 1962. He was asked to produce the film Paloma herida which was a joint Mexican/Guatemalan production, released in 1963. It was directed by Emilio Fernandez with cinematography by Raúl Martínez Solares, and starred Patricia Conde, Emilio Fernandez and Andrés Soler. In the late 1960s he worked on Amor en las nubes (English title Love in the Clouds) which was produced by Panamerican Films and distributed by Peliculas Nacionales. The film, which was released in 1968, featured Leonorilda Ochoa, Eric del Castillo and Norma Mora.


Manuel Zeceña Diéguez (1918-1991) was a Guatemalan film producer, director and writer. As a producer, his work commenced in 1954 with De ranchero a empresario. In the early 1960s he produced Pecado, Paloma herida and Me ha gustado un hombre. As a director he worked on Amor en las nubes which was released in 1968, El deseo llega de noche in 1969, Mi mesera in 1973 and the ill-fated The Hughes Mystery which was released in 1979. The majority of his films were made in Mexico and he worked with prominent Mexican actors and filmmakers.