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The Old Gringo Movies & Media Adaptations

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Media Adaptations

The Old Gringo was adapted for film and released by Columbia Pictures in 1989. The motion picture was directed by Luis Puenzo and starred Gregory Peck, Jane Fonda, and Jimmy Smits.

The video titled Carlos Fuentes was released by Ediciones del Norte and Television Productions and Services Inc. in 1983.

Carlos Fuentes: Bridging the 20th and 21st Centuries, another video, was released by Metropolitan State College in 1998.

Bill Moyers' A World of Ideas, Volume 8: Carlos Fuentes was released on video by Films for the Humanities in 1994.

Carlos Fuentes: A Video was released by Lan-nan Foundation in 1989.

The video Carlos Fuentes: A Man of Two Worlds was released by A. J. Casciero in 1988.

Crossing Borders: The Journey of Carlos Fuentes was released on video by Home Vision Video in 1989.

The audio cassette Faces, Mirrors, Masks: Twentieth Century Latin American Fiction was released by National Public Radio in 1984.

Carlos Fuentes: An Interview...

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