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TITO GUIZAR
Born: April 8, 1908 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Died: December 25, 1999 in San Antonio, Texas
Biography | show moreshow less
Mexican actor/singer Tito Guízar (1908-1999) is credited with introducing the singing cowboy in Mexican films. Guízar, who went to New York in 1929 to study opera, had a radio show there and sang both operas and Mexican cowboy songs at Carnegie Hall. After a brief stint in Hollywood, starring opposite such stars as Roy Rogers, Dorothy Lamour and Mae West, Guízar returned to Spanish-language films and was seen on Mexican TV through the 1990s.
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1945-'Como-Mexico-no-hay-dos'! (Performer), 1945-'Como-Mexico-no-hay-dos'! (Sound), 1940-De-Mexico-llego-el-amor (Performer), 1940-De-Mexico-llego-el-amor (Sound), 1932-Alma-de-Mexico (Sound), 1932-Alma-de-Mexico (Writer), 1958-Musica-y-dinero (Performer), 1936-Out-on-the-Big-Ranch (Performer), 1949-Cavalcade-of-Stars (in person), 1997-Reclusorio (Performer), 1962-The-Time-and-the-Touch (Performer), 1960-The-Chevy-Show (Performer), 1955-El-pecado-de-ser-mujer (Performer), 1955-El-plagiario (Performer), 1950-De-Tequila,-su-mezcal (Performer), 1937-Amapola-del-camino (Performer), 1935-See,-See,-Senorita (Performer), 1946-People-Are-Funny (Sound), 1955-El-pecado-de-ser-mujer (Writer), 1955-El-pecado-de-ser-mujer (Producer), 1955-El-pecado-de-ser-mujer (in person), 1995-Maria-la-del-Barrio (Performer), La-usurpadora (Sound), 1958-Musica-en-la-noche (Performer), 1940-Alla-en-el-Tropico (Performer), 1950-The-Ken-Murray-Show (in person), 1961-The-Ed-Sullivan-Show (in person), 1998-La-usurpadora (Performer), 1958-Locura-musical (Performer), 1954-De-ranchero-a-empresario (Performer), 1946-The-Thrill-of-Brazil (Performer), 1944-Brazil (Performer), 1944-Amores-de-ayer (Performer), 1939-Papa-Soltero (Performer), 1939-St.-Louis-Blues (Performer), 1938-Mis-dos-amores (Performer), 1938-Tropic-Holiday (Performer), 1935-Under-the-Pampas-Moon (Performer), 1998-La-usurpadora (Sound), 1946-The-Thrill-of-Brazil (Sound), 1944-Brazil (Sound), 1944-Amores-de-ayer (Sound), 1939-Papa-Soltero (Sound), 1993-Memoria-del-cine-mexicano (in person), 1960-The-Dinah-Shore-Chevy-Show (in person), 1998-Mas-alla-de-la-usurpadora (Performer), 1963-Esa-picara-pelirroja (Sound), 1949-Ahi-viene-Vidal-Tenorio (Performer), 1943-Beautiful-Michoacan (Performer), 1944-Adios,-Mariquita-linda (Performer), 1948-En-los-altos-de-Jalisco (Performer), 1948-The-Gay-Ranchero (Performer), 1938-El-trovador-de-la-radio (Performer), 1938-The-Big-Broadcast-of-1938 (Performer), 1933-Rambling-'Round-Radio-Row-#6 (Performer), 1948-The-Gay-Ranchero (Sound), 1938-El-trovador-de-la-radio (Sound), 1938-The-Big-Broadcast-of-1938 (Sound), 1933-Rambling-'Round-Radio-Row-#6 (Sound), 1958-The-Voice-of-Firestone (in person), 1983-Alla-en-el-rancho-de-las-flores (Performer), 1958-Locos-por-la-television (Performer), 1998-1999-El-privilegio-de-amar (Performer), 1997-Mujer,-casos-de-la-vida-real (Performer), 1956-Los-hijos-de-Rancho-Grande (Performer), 1954-Sindicato-de-telemirones (Performer), 1948-El-gallero (Performer), 1948-Tropical-Masquerade (Performer), 1947-On-the-Old-Spanish-Trail (Performer), 1945-Mexicana (Performer), 1945-Marina (Performer), 1941-Blondie-Goes-Latin (Performer), 1939-El-rancho-del-pinar (Performer), 1939-The-Llano-Kid (Performer), 1934/I-Rambling-'Round-Radio-Row (Performer), 1947-On-the-Old-Spanish-Trail (Sound), 1945-Mexicana (Sound), 1941-Blondie-Goes-Latin (Sound), 1939-El-rancho-del-pinar (Sound), 1939-The-Llano-Kid (Sound), 1934/I-Rambling-'Round-Radio-Row (Sound), 1951-The-Milton-Berle-Show (in person)
  • TITO GUIZAR His ink signature on card with a printed request for an autograph Signature: "Tito Guizar", 4¼x2¾. Mexican actor/singer Tito Guízar (1908-1999) is credited with introducing the singing cowboy in Mexican films.

    Sale Price $108.00

    $120.00

  • TITO GUÍZAR The Mexican musician signs a note stating how happy he is to be back in Chicago Autograph note signed: "Tito Guízar", 1p, 6x9¼. Chicago, no year. On stationery of Chicago's Bismarck Hotel to unnamed recipient. Accompanied by an unsigned B/w 10x8 photograph.

    Sale Price $162.00

    $180.00

  • TITO GUIZAR Actor and singer signs name in blue ink Autograph sentiment signed: "Sincerely/ Tito Guizar" in blue ink. 1 page, 5¼x4½. Mexican actor/singer Tito Guízar (1908-1999) is credited with introducing the singing cowboy in Mexican films.

    Sale Price $108.00

    $120.00

  • TITO GUÍZAR B/w photo of him wearing window-pane plaid jacket and geometric print tie Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Shirley/Best wishes/Tito Guizar". B/w 8x10. Mexican actor/singer Tito Guízar (1908-1999) is credited with introducing the singing cowboy in Mexican films.

    Sale Price $270.00

    $300.00

  • TITO GUÍZAR Black and white photo of the actor/singer wearing a white suit with a patterned tie Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Allan/from Texas/Tito Guizar". B/w 8x10. Mexican actor/singer Tito Guízar (1908-1999) is credited with introducing the singing cowboy in Mexican films.

    Sale Price $270.00

    $300.00

  • TITO GUÍZAR 5x7 photograph of the talented actor/singer playing the guitar Inscribed Photograph Signed: "To:/Doris Randle/Sincerely/Tito Guizar". B/w 5x7. Mexican actor/singer Tito Guízar (1908-1999) is credited with introducing the singing cowboy in Mexican films.

    Sale Price $252.00

    $280.00

  • TITO GUÍZAR The Mexican musicians signs a photograph, shown wearing a light colored suit and holding a guitar Inscribed photograph signed: "To my/dear friend/Cecil/ Tito Guízar", in black ink, B/w 8x10.

    Sale Price $270.00

    $300.00

  • TITO GUÍZAR The Mexican musician signs a photograph to the Daily News of Los Angeles Photograph inscribed and signed: "To the great/Daily News/of Los Angeles./Sincerely/Tito Guizar". B/w with brown hue, 8x10. Name imprinted at lower margin. Photograph by Maurice Seymour/Chicago (imprint at lower right margin).

    Sale Price $342.00

    $380.00

  • TITO GUÍZAR The Mexican musician signs a photograph to a friend, inscribing it with affectionate greetings in Spanish Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Shirley Spencer/con los afectucsos/saludos de su buen/neighbor [with the affectionate greetings of your good neighbor]/Tito Guizar/3-3-43". Sepia toned, 8x10.

    Sale Price $342.00

    $380.00

  • Consent form authorizing the Motion Picture Relief Fund to reproduce his signature and likeness for a series of stamps raising money for needy film industry veterans. The form is signed twice by Guizar, once to grant permission and again as an autograph specimen. A remarkable, perfectly verified example!

    Sale Price $467.50

    $550.00

  • TITO GUÍZAR He signs a musical quotation to a fan, with a typed inscription saying "If you like my songs you make me very happy" Musical Quotation signed: "Tito Guizar", 6x4 postal card. New York, New York, 1932 October 20. Addressed by typewriter on front to: "Mr. Willian (sic) L. Millstein.

    Sale Price $198.00

    $220.00

  • TITO GUÍZAR. He signs a letter to a friend, thanking them for their nice letter and saying they will sing the recipients requested songs Typed note signed: "T.Y"., 5½x3½. No place, no date. To "Dear Friend". In full: "Thanks a lot for your nice letter. Hope you keep listening.

    Sale Price $288.00

    $320.00

  • IRVING BERLIN, BASIL RATHBONE, HILDEGARDE, TITO GUÍZAR, and DAVE APOLLONThese five major entertainment industry stars all signed this radio program from October 1946 Typed Program signed:

    Sale Price $680.00

    $800.00

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