MADRID (AP) - Luis Garcia Berlanga, a Spanish filmmaker credited with helping to revive the country’s movie industry after its civil war, has died at age 89.
Born in Valencia, Berlanga wrote and directed his first short in 1948 and in 1951 made his first feature film, “Esa Pareja Feliz,” (That Happy Couple) in collaboration with Juan Antonio Bardem, father of Hollywood actor Javier Bardem.
He is survived by a son, Fernando.
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