Tango Movies

Argentine Tango is more than just a dance; it inspired great works of many artists. Tango has been an inspiration to movies since the invention of cinema. Like the great tango scene performed by Rudolph Valentino we can see in The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. It features in many movies throughout the years, but recently tango is in the spotlight again, appearing in many big movie productions like the recent musicals, Chicago and Moulin Rouge. In this article you can find out well-known movies that were inspired by tango.

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The World's Greatest Lover (1977) - starring Gene Wilder, Carol Kane & Dom DeLuise, director Gene Wilder
This Merry Planet (1973) - Original title: Eta Vesyolaya Planeta, starring Leonid Kuravlev, Savely Kramarov & Yekaterina Vasilyeva, director Yuri Saakov & Yuri Tsvetkov
Last Tango in Paris (1972) - Original title: Ultimo Tango a Parigi, starring Marlon Brando & Maria Schneider, director Bernardo Bertolucci
The Ball at the Anjo House (1947) - Original title: Anjo-ke no Butokai, starring Osamu Takizawa, Masayuki Mori & Setsuko Hara, director Kozaburo Yoshimura
Goodbye Buenos Aires (1938) - Original title: Adiós Buenos Aires, starring Tito Lusiardo, Amelia Bence & Floren Delbene, director Leopoldo Torres Ríos
Tango Bar (1935) - starring Carlos Gardel, Rosita Moreno & Enrique de Rosas, director John Reinhardt
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1921) - starring Rudolph Valentino & Alice Terry, director Rex Ingram

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