Alberto Morin

Birthday:

12/26/1902

Place of birth:

San Juan, Puerto Rico:

Biography:

Alberto Morin was born on December 26, 1902 in San Juan, Puerto Rico as Salvador R. López. He is known for his work on Sierra torride (1970), Rio Grande (1950) andMilagro (1988). He died on April 7, 1989 in Burbank, California, USA. Was an OSS officer during World War II, and spoke seven languages fluently. He met director John Ford during that period--Ford was a naval officer who also worked with the OSS--and after the war, Ford put Morin in many of his films.


Film Credits

(1975)
as Jose
(1971)
as Bennett
(1970)
as Gen. LeClaire
(1968)
as General Lopez
(1953)
as Pablo Armendariz
(1950)
as Inspector Arturo Gómez
(1950)
as Lieutenant
(1950)
as Il Taiib
(1950)
as Pablo (uncredited)
(1948)
as De Lara (as Albert Morin)
(1948)
as Skipper of Rocco's Boat (uncredited)
(1947)
as Mexican Mounted Police Officer Vargo
(1942)
as French Officer Insulting Yvonne (uncredited)
(1941)
as Nicki Karitza (as Albert Morin)
(1940)
as Waiter
(1940)
as Friend of Von Neuhoff
(1940)
as Manuel - Stamp Dealer
(1940)
as Race Bettor (uncredited)
(1940)
as Hassan
(1940)
as Man at Fashion Show
(1940)
as Elevator Operator
(1940)
as Photographer
(1940)
as Hotel Desk Clerk
(1939)
as Rene Picard (uncredited)
(1939)
as Clerk
(1939)
as Ramón Castello, an alias of Armand Costa
(1939)
as Waiter
(1939)
as Italian Hotel Guest
(1939)
as Waiter (uncredited)
(1939)
as Pedro the Bartender
(1939)
as Armando Costa
(1939)
as Clerk
(1939)
as West Indies Club Waiter
(1938)
as Achmed (uncredited)
(1938)
as Juan
(1937)
as Gendarme
(1928)
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