Rafael Azcona  

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Rafael Azcona, (October 24, 1926March 24, 2008) was an awarded Spanish screenwriter, best-known for his long working relation ship with Marco Ferreri, with whom he co-wrote La Grande bouffe.

He was born in Logroño and won five Goya Awards during his career. He died in Madrid.

Selected filmography as screenwriter




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