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Danton Ferrero (1895–1987)

Danton Ferrero was born on March 31, 1895. He was an actor, known for The Monroe Doctrine (1939), The Secret Seven (1940) and Castillos en el aire (1938). He died on April 21, 1987 in Orlando, Florida, USA. See full bio »



(age 92) in Orlando, Florida, USA

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The Monroe Doctrine Spanish Ambassador
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 1941 The Night of January 16th
Cuban Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
 1940 The Secret Seven
De Soto
 1939 South of the Border
Customs Inspector (uncredited)
 1939 The Monroe Doctrine (Short)
Spanish Ambassador
 1938 Verbena trágica
 1938 Castillos en el aire
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Danton D. Ferrero

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During the 40s and most of the 50s, Danton Ferrero was the narrator of the Spanish versions of MGM shorts, particularly the Pete Smith's ones. He also narrated the Spanish trailers of MGM, so his voice was well known for all moviegoers from Latin America, especially Mexico, Argentina and Uruguay. See more »

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