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"Amorina" is a 1961 Argentine black and white romantic musical film directed by Hugo del Carril and written by César Tiempo. It is based on a play by Eduardo Borrás. It stars Hugo del Carril and Tita Merello.
- country: Argentina
- language: Spanish Language
- producer: Luis Giudici
- cinematography by Ignacio Souto
- edited by Antonio Ripoll
- genres: Romance Film, Drama
- subject: Tango
- released on (53 years ago)
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Modern Nordic Plays (1974)
Denmark by Erik J. Friis
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Scrabble value of A1M3O1R1I1N1A1
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Anagrams of AMORINA
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- A MANOIR
- MO I RANA
- NIA MARO
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