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Dolores del Rio

Dolores del Rio


Birthdate: August 3, 1905

Deathdate: April 11, 1983

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Dolores del Río (August 3, 1904– April 11, 1983) was a Mexican film actress. She was a star of Hollywood films during the silent era and in the Golden Age of Hollywood. Later in life, she became an important actress in Mexican films. She was generally thought to be one of the most beautiful actresses of her era, and was the first Latin American movie star to have internat... ...detailed bio

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More Than a Miracle (1967)

It’s a wonderful fairy tale of the misadventures of a beautiful but temperamental Neapolitan village girl, Isabella (Sophia), when she meets the ill- tempered Spanish Prince (Omar Sharif). The Prince was very fond of risky game like riding untrained horse. His parents were asking him to get marri...
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Cheyenne Autumn (1964)

In 1878, chiefs Little Wolf (Ricardo Montalban) and Dull Knife (Gilbert Roland) lead over three hundred starved and weary Cheyenne from their reservation in the Oklahoma territory to their home in Wyoming. The government sees this as an act of rebellion, and the sympathetic Captain Thomas Archer ...
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Flaming Star (1960)

Elvis Presley plays Pacer Burton, the son of a Kiowa mother and a Texas rancher father. His family, including a half-brother, Clint, live a typical life on the Texas frontier. Life becomes anything but typical when a nearby tribe of Kiowa begin raiding neighboring homesteads. Pacer soon finds him...
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The Soldiers of Pancho Villa (1959)

When the Mexican Revolution was exploding, there was a woman who made history, her name was La cucaracha (María Félix). Her great passion was the Revolution, but her downfall was a man: The Colonel Antonio Zeta (Emilio Fernández), who has eyes for another woman, Isabel, the Widow (Dolores del Río...
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Doña Perfecta (1951)

The action occurs in 19th century México, when a young liberal named Don José (Pepe) Rey, arrives in a city, with the intention of marrying his cousin Rosario. This was a marriage of convenience arranged between Pepe's father Juan and Juan's sister, Perfecta (Dolores del Río). Upon getting to kno...
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La Malquerida (1949)

In the mess of El Soto live Raymunda (Dolores del Río) and her daughter, Acacia (Columba Domínguez). After she is widowed, Raymunda marries Esteban (Pedro Armendáriz). What Raymunda does not suspect is that a deep passion has arisen between Acacia and Esteban. The misfortune is that the men who a...
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The Fugitive (1947)

A nameless priest is a fugitive in an unnamed Latin American country where religion is outlawed. Another fugitive, a murderous bandit dubbed "El Gringo", comes to town. He and a beautiful Indian woman conspire to help the priest escape. Taken to safety, he is then convinced by a police informant ...
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La Otra (1946)

At a Christmas party, María Méndez (Dolores del Río) learns that Magdalena Mendez, her rich twin sister, had a very comfortable lifestyle, so she kills Magdalena and assumes her identity and lifestyle. However, her life becomes complicated by her late sister's sleazy boyfriend (Víctor Junco) and ...
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The Abandoned (1945)

Margarita Pérez,a young and pregnant woman abandoned by her fiance has to deal with a society that is cruel with unmarried mothers.
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María Candelaria (1944)

A young journalist presses an old artist (Alberto Galán) to show portrait of a naked indigenous woman that he has in his study. The body of the movie is a flashback to Xochimilco, Mexico, in 1909. The film is set right before the Mexican Revolution, and Xochimilco is an area with beautiful landsc...
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Journey into Fear (1943)

In an opening scene before the credits an assassin, Banat, is seen preparing a gun while a gramophone skips as it plays . The story that follows is the narrative of a letter from Howard Graham, an American armaments engineer, to his wife Stephanie. While journeying to the Soviet port of Batumi to...
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Flor Silvestre (1943)

Esperanza (Dolores del Río), a young and beautiful woman, narrates to her son her history across the Mexican Revolution.
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Accused (1936)

Two dance partners become embroiled in a murder mystery when one of the dancers is accused of murder.
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Flying Down to Rio (1933)

Composer Roger Bond (Gene Raymond) and his orchestra are appearing in Miami, with vocalist Honey Hales (Rogers). Despite the warnings of accordionist and assistant band leader Fred Ayres (Astaire), Roger is attracted to the beautiful and flirtatious Belinha (Dolores del Río) in the audience, he...
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Bird of Paradise (1932)

As a yacht sails into an island chain in the South Pacific, a large number of natives in pontoon boats sail out to greet them. The natives dive for the trinkets the yacht's crew throws them. A shark arrives, scaring most of the natives away. In an attempt to catch a shark by throwing it bait that...
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The Trail of '98 (1928)

The Trail of '98 is a 1928 silent drama film featuring Harry Carey. The film was originally released by MGM in a short-lived widescreen process called Fanthom Screen. The film is based on the 1910 novel by that title, written by Robert W. Service.
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What Price Glory? (1926)

Flagg and Quirt are veteran United States Marines sergeants whose rivalry dates back a number of years. Flagg is commissioned a Captain, is in command of a company on the front lines of France during World War I. Sergeant Quirt is assigned to Flagg's unit as the senior non-commissioned officer. F...