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Paul Naschy (born Jacinto Molina, September 6, 1934, Madrid – died November 30, 2009, Madrid) was a Spanish movie actor, screenwriter, and director working primarily in horror films. His portrayals of numerous classic horror figures—the Wolfman, a hunchback, Count Dracula, a mummy—have earned him recognition as the Spanish Lon Chaney. He was also known as the "Boris Karloff of Spain" and he had one of the most recognizable faces in Spanish horror film. King Juan Carlos I presented Naschy with Spain's Gold Medal Award for Fine Arts in 2001 in honor of his work. Paul Naschy died in 2009 from pancreatic cancer.
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|Nights of the Werewolf||Waldemar Daninsky / Werewolf||1968|
|Frankenstein's Bloody Terror||Count Waldemar Daninsky||1968|
|Vengeance of the Zombies||Krisna / Kantaka / Satán||1973|
|House of Psychotic Women||Gilles||1973|
|The Werewolf and the Yeti||Waldemar Daninsky||1975|
|Madrid al desnudo||Ramón||1979|
|Night of the Werewolf||Waldemar Daninsky||1981|
|Mystery on Monster Island||Flynt||1981|
|Howl of the Devil||Hector Doriani / Alex Doriani / Frankenstein's Monster / Mr. Hyde / Phantom of the Opera / Waldemar Daninsky the Werewolf / Quasimodo / The Devil||1987|
|Aquí huele a muerto... (¡pues yo no he sido!)||Comisario||1990|
|Lycantropus: The Moonlight Murders||Waldemar Daninsky||1996|
|Tomb of the Werewolf||Waldemar Daninsky||2004|
|A Werewolf in the Amazon||Dr. Moreau / Lobisomem / Werewolf||2005|