Alvarez, Miguel Angel El Men
- Puerto Rican performer of rather sinister appearance, but originally a comic actor. In Mexican films mostly in the latter 1960s, cf Pacto diabólico ('68), Un largo viaje hacia la muerte ('67).
Biographical Dictionary of Mexican Film Performers. EdwART. 2012.
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