Friday, April 16, 2010

Happy 80th Birthday Milo Quesada

Raúl García Alonso was born on April 16, 1930 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He started acting under the name Paul Garcia and then the stage name Milo Quesada. His first film was “Crisol de hombres” (1954). He moved to Spain in the late 1950s and found work in films as a character actor. During the Spaghetti Western craze he appeared in 10 Euro-westerns. He's probably best remembered for his role as Bill Templer in “Django Kill” (1966) with Tomas Milian. Other westerns include “Django Does Not Forgive” (1966), “A Few Bullets More” (1967) “The Mercenary” (1968) and “Captain Apache” (1970). Quesada's last noted appearance was in the 1994 televsion film “ La mujer de tu vida 2: La mujer cualquiera”. Today we celebrate Milo Quesada's 80th birthday.

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