Flamboyant stars like Tita Merello (drama queen) and Nini Marshall (comic superstar) were much more accessible than Moreno (the "ice princess"). She married a prominent director, Luis Cesar Amadori, but their careers were always on the edge in Argentina and they wound up making several films elsewhere, including a couple of semi-noirish titles in Mexico, PECADO and MARIA MONTECRISTO. She also made a noirish triangle film with noir-leaning Mexican director Tito Davison, TIERRA BAJA. Both it and Davison are awaiting rediscovery, but his films may be considered too "low-rent" for the folks at Morelia.
George/Georges/Jorge Rigaud was a native Argentinian but his career began in France--he's the Joel McCrea-esque lead in QUATORZE JUILLET (1933) and worked steadily in France until the war, when he returned to Argentina. I WALK ALONE was part of a brief period in the USA when he was associated with Hal Wallis, which came to an abrupt end after that film and Rigaud returned to Argentina, where he continued with a multi-national career that continued into the early 1980s. He even returned to France several times, and gives a winning performance as the crafty millionaire who is besotted with grifter Dany Saval in one of the subplots in Michele Morgan's 60s thriller CONSTANCE AUX ENFERS, which was a big hit at FRENCH 6 a year ago.