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Enrique Alarcón

Enrique Alarcón


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Art Director (feature film)

The Light at the Edge of the World (1971) as Art Director
Pirates take over a lighthouse on a rocky island. They then execute a devious plan to cause ships to run aground, pillaging their wrecks. A lone member of the lighthouse crew survives, and he deperately fights their plot. A shipwrecked maiden that avoids the pirates slaughter soon complicates the situation.
The Hunting Party (1971) as Art Director
When a noble outlaw kidnaps a rancher''''s wife, the husband sets out to slaughter both of them.
Tristana (1970) as Art Director
A young girl''''s guardian falls in love with her.
The Young Rebel (1969) as Art Director
The Big Gundown (1968) as Art Director
Lee Van Cleef, Tomas Milian, Luisa Rivelli, Fernando Sancho, Nieves Navarro, Walter Barnes. Lee Van Cleef, in his first starring role after a long apprenticeship of supporting roles, stars as a bounty hunter who is hired by a railroad tycoon to track down a dangerous Mexican rapist
The Uninhibited (1968) as Art Director
Vincent (Hardy Kruger), a young man from Paris, arrives at the small Spanish village of Caldeya. where his has been loaned a home by his friend, Reginald (Maurice Teynac.) He meets Pascal Regnier (James Mason), a novelist engaged in pursuits of drinking and love affairs, who spends his summers in Caldeya with his son, Daniel (Didier Haudepin.) Regnier introduces Vincent to Jenny (Melina Meecouri), local nightclub owner, who has already received a wire from Reginald asking ger to look after his friend. Vincent and Jenny fall in love and plan a trip to Barcelona together, a trip they take in spite of Reginald's arrival. However, the shadow of Reginald comes between them and they accept the fact that their love is doomed to failure.
A Place Called Glory (1966) as Art Director
Every Day Is a Holiday (1966) as Art Director
10:30 P.M. Summer (1966) as Art Director
A female traveling companion seduces a married man and his alcoholic wife.
The Redeemer (1965) as Art Director
Against the backdrop of the Italian-Austrian war of unification, troubled Countess Livia Serpieri betrays her country for the love of an Austrian rogue, Franz Mahler. As her resources dwindle, Livia comes to realize that their love might not be as pure as she thought.
The Adventures of Scaramouche (1964) as Art Director
The Son of Captain Blood (1964) as Art Director
Commando (1964) as Art Director
A French Foreign Legion commander is told to assemble a unit and capture an Algerian rebel leader. He gathers in his old unit, most of whom are no longer in top form. One is having nightmares of past indiscretions, another is now drinking, another has lost his nerve. He takes them in captures the leader, but then is unable to make it to the pick up. He encounters a rebel patrol and is trapped unless they can escape before their water runs out.

Art Department (feature film)

Murieta (1965) as Set Decoration
Mexican peasant Joaquin Murieta and his wife go north to California to prospect for gold, finding only one white person, a marshal, who will befriend them. But after Murieta is beaten and robbed, and his wife killed by bandits, Murieta takes out his vengeance by forming a gang of outlaws who rob the countryside. Murieta is eventually cornered by the marshal, who persuades him to end his crusade. But when Murieta is later wounded and convalescent, his gang operates a reign of terror without his knowledge, leading to his death at the marshal's hands in a final battle.
The Devil Made a Woman (1962) as Sets
King of Kings (1961) as Set Decoration
Epic retelling of Christ''''s life and the effects of his teachings on those around him.
That Man from Tangier (1953) as Set Design

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