Synonyms for pappier or Related words with pappier

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Examples of "pappier"
Pappier and Homero Manzi made "Pobre, me madre querida" in 1948.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Ralph Pappier.
In 1944 Pappier created the first special effects department for the studio.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Ralph Pappier.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Ralph Pappier. Eva Perón, the future wife of dictator Juan Perón, had a supporting part in the film.
The Gaucho Priest (Spanish: El cura gaucho) is a 1941 Argentine historical film directed by Lucas Demare. The film's art direction was by Ralph Pappier.
The set designer and later director Ralph Pappier designed the sets of "La guerra gaucha" (1942), "En el viejo Buenos Aires" (1942) and "Madame Bovary" (1947).
The company's CEO is Paolo Rocca; its CFO is Edgardo G. Carlos, its CIO is Carlos Pappier and its Planning Director is Alejandro Lammertyn.
directed by Ralph Pappier, and starring George Rigaud, Silvana Roth, and Pedro Quartucci. It won the Silver Condor Award for Best Film, given by the Argentine Film Critics Association in 1951 for the best picture of the previous year.
My Poor Beloved Mother (Spanish:Pobre mi madre querida) is a 1948 Argentine drama film directed by Homero Manzi and Ralph Pappier and starring Hugo del Carril, Emma Gramatica and Aída Luz. It was based on a tango of the same name by Pascual Contursi and José Betinotti.
The Prodigal Woman () is an Argentine drama film directed by Mario Soffici and co-directed by Leo Fleider and Ralph Pappier. It stars Eva Duarte as a wasteful rich woman who has a social awakening. The film is based on a novel by Pedro Antonio de Alarcón.
La Morocha is a 1958 Argentine film, which was actually filmed in 1955. Due to the military coup d'état which ended the presidency of Juan Perón, the film was not released until 1958. The film is in black and white, directed by Ralph Pappier and written by Sixto Pondal Ríos and Carlos Olivari and the premier date was on 30 January 1958. The stars were Tita Merello, Alfredo Alcón, Luis Arata y Rolando Chávez. This was the last film of Luis Arata.
This movie was well received by the public and critics, “It consolidated the exceptional tech team accompanied by Artistas Argentinos Asociados: his brother Lucio on the music band, the assistant Hugo Fregones, the montajussta Carlos Rinaldi, the set builder Ralph Pappier, the lighting specialist from the United States Bob Roberts (from the American Society of Cinematographers), the cinematographer Humberto Peruzzi, the electrician Serafín de la Iglesia, the make up artist Roberto Combi and some others.”
1955 proved to be a busy year as she made three other films: "Para vestir santos", "El Amor Nunca Muere" and "La Morocha". "Para vestir santos" was directed by Leopoldo Torre Nilsson with supporting roles by Beatriz Taibo and Yuki Nambá. "El amor nunca muere" was directed by Luis César Amadori and she starred with Mirtha Legrand and Zully Moreno. Her last film in the period would be "La morocha" directed by Ralph Pappier with Alfredo Alcón, Luis Arata and Rolando Chaves, which would not be released until 1958, because of the 1955 military coup d'état which ended the presidency of Juan Perón and sent many into exile.
Ralph Pappier ( 16 January 1914 in Shanghai – 29 August 1998 in Buenos Aires) was an Argentine production designer, set decorator and film director. He was most prolific in Argentine cinema in the 1940s, and contributed to a range of acclaimed films during the period. He was production designer for the Silver Condor Award for Best Film award-winning "The Gaucho War" (1942) and Best Cinematography winner "Three Men of the River" (1943), and director of the Silver Condor for Best Film winning films "School of Champions" (1950) and "Caballito criollo" (1953).He was also cinematographer for the 1945 film "Circus cavalcade". The Argentine Academy of Cinematography Arts and Sciences gave him awards for Best Scenography for "En el viejo Buenos Aires" (1942) and "Su mejor alumno" (1944).
Several of her films of the 1940s had a variety of singing parts that were considered notable, including "Cuando canta el corazón" in 1941 by Richard Harlan, in which she sang several duets with Hugo del Carril; "Papá tiene novia" (1941) by Carlos Schlieper with Amanda Ledesma; "La piel de zapa" (1943) by Bayón Herrera, where she paired again with del Carril to sing “La noche de mis sueños”; "Pobre mi madre querida" (1947) was co-directed by Homero Manzi and Ralph Pappier and she worked with del Carril and Italian actress Emma Gramática); "El último payador" (1950), which was a tribute to José Betinotti; and in "El patio de la morocha" (1953) she premiered the tango "Patio mío" and the habanera "La retrechera".