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  1. 'John Farrow: Hollywood's Man in the Shadows' (Trailer) - IF ... › john-farrow-hollywoods-man-in-the

    22/07/2021 · Born in 1904 in Marrickville, Sydney, John Farrow’s curious story ranges from fleeing Australia at age 17 to penning a Tahitian French Dictionary, winning an Oscar for co-writing Around the World in 80 Days, to being highly religious and conservative and married to the glamorous Hollywood star Maureen O’Sullivan.

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  3. Dolores del Río - Wikipedia › wiki › Dolores_del_Rio
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    Childhood, family and first marriage

    María de los Dolores Asúnsolo y López-Negrete was born in Victoria de Durango, Mexico on August 3, 1904, the daughter of Jesus Leonardo Asúnsolo Jacques, son of wealthy farmers and director of the Bank of Durango, and Antonia López-Negrete, belonging to one of the richest families in the country, whose lineage went back to Spain and the viceregal nobility. Her parents were members of the Mexican aristocracy that existed during the Porfiriato (period in the history of Mexico when the dictator...

    Film debut and early success

    In early 1925, Dolores met the American filmmaker Edwin Carewe, an influential director at the First National studio, who was in Mexico for the wedding of actors Bert Lytell and Claire Windsor. Carewe was fascinated by Dolores and managed to be invited to her home by the artist Adolfo Best Maugard. In the evening Dolores danced and her husband accompanied her on the piano. Carewe was determined to have her, so he invited the couple to work in Hollywood. Carewe convinced Jaime, saying he could...

    Transition to sound and second marriage

    In 1930, del Río met Cedric Gibbons, an art director at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and one of the most influential men in Hollywood, at a party at Hearst Castle. The couple began a romance and finally married on August 6, 1930. The del Rio-Gibbons were one of the most famous couples of Hollywood in the early thirties. They organized 'Sunday brunches' in their Art Deco house at 757 Kingman Avenue in Pacific Palisades. Gibbons designed the interiors of the house. Shortly after her marriage, del Río fe...

    Return to Mexico and continued success

    She had been sought by Mexican film directors since the late 1930s, but economic circumstances were not favorable for the entry of del Río to the Mexican cinema. She was a friend of Mexican artists (such as Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo), and maintained ties with Mexican society and cinema. After breaking off her relationship with Welles, del Río returned to Mexico. As soon as she returned to her country, Mexican director Emilio "El Indio" Fernández invited her to film Flor silvestre (1943). F...

    In 1978, she was diagnosed with osteomyelitis, and in 1981, she was diagnosed with hepatitis B following a contaminated injection of vitamins. She also suffered from arthritis. In 1982, del Río was admitted to Scripps Hospital, La Jolla, California, where hepatitis led to cirrhosis. On April 11, 1983, Dolores del Río died from liver failure at the age of 78 in Newport Beach, California. It is said that the day she died, an invitation to attend the Oscars was sent to her. She was cremated, and her ashes were moved from the United States to Mexico where they were buried at the Panteón de Dolores in Mexico City, Mexico, specifically on The Rotunda of Illustrious Persons.

    Public image and personality

    Del Río always projected a special elegance with her beauty, more than just a "Latin bombshell" such as other actresses like Lupe Vélez. Del Rio's intrinsic elegance was apparent even off-screen.Del Río strongly identified with her Mexican heritage despite her growing fame and her transition to "modernity". She also felt strongly about being able to play Mexican roles and bemoaned the fact that she was not cast in them. She never relinquished her Mexican citizenship and said in 1929 (at the h...


    Regardless of her marriages at different times in her life, she was romantically linked with actor Errol Flynn, filmmaker John Farrow, writer Erich Maria Remarque, film producer Archibaldo Burns, and actor Tito Junco. Her relationship with Orson Welles (1939–1943) ended after four years largely due to his infidelities. Rebecca Welles, the daughter of Welles and Rita Hayworth, expressed her desire to travel to Mexico to meet Dolores. In 1954, Dolores received her at her home in Acapulco. After...

    Philanthropy and cultural ambassador

    In the late 1950s, she became a main promoter of the Acapulco International Film Review, serving as host on numerous occasions.In 1966, del Río was co-founder of the Society for the Protection of the Artistic Treasures of Mexico with the philanthropist Felipe García Beraza. The society was responsible for protecting buildings, paintings and other works of art and culture in México. On January 8, 1970, she, in collaboration with other renowned Mexican actresses, founded the union group "Rosa M...

    Del Río was the first Mexican actress to succeed in Hollywood. The others have been Lupe Vélez, Katy Jurado, and in recent years Salma Hayek. Her career had a great impact on the trajectories of the Latinas in Hollywood who followed her. Stars including Hayek, Jennifer Lopez and Sofia Vergarafollow the steps forged by Dolores del Río.


    1. Beltrán, Mary (2009). Latina/o stars in U.S. eyes: the making and meanings of film and TV stardom. University of Illinois Press. ISBN 978-0-252-07651-0. Retrieved 17 June 2014. 2. Carr, Larry (1979). More Fabulous Faces: The Evolution and Metamorphosis of Bette Davis, Katharine Hepburn, Dolores del Río, Carole Lombard and Myrna Loy. Doubleday and Company. ISBN 0-385-12819-3. 3. Chandler, Charlotte (2006). The Girl Who Walked Home Alone: Bette Davis, a Personal Biography. Simon and Schuster...

    Agrasánchez Jr., Rogelio (2001). Bellezas del cine mexicano/Beauties of Mexican Cinema. Archivo Fílmico Agrasánchez. ISBN 968-5077-11-8.
    Bodeen, DeWitt (1976). From Hollywood: The Careers of 15 Great American Stars. Oak Tree. ISBN 0-498-01346-4.
    E. Fey, Ingrid., Racine, Karen (2000). Strange Pilgrimages: Exile, Travel, and National Identity in Latin America, 1800–1990s: "So Far from God, So Close to Hollywood: Dolores del Río and Lupe Véle...
    L. Woll, Allen (1978). The films of Dolores Del Rio. New York: Gordon Press. ISBN 0-8490-1364-X.
    Dolores del Río at IMDb
    Dolores del Río at AllMovie
    Dolores del Río at the TCM Movie Database
    Dolores del Río at the Cinema of Mexico site of the ITESM (in Spanish)
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    18/07/2021 · Pope Francis and the Tridentine Mass. T raditionis Custodes, Pope Francis's motu proprio “on the use of the Roman Liturgy prior to the Reform of 1970,” appears at first glance to be business as usual in the prudential work of governing the Church. Having consulted his fellow bishops, the bishop of Rome has decided to reverse the provisions ...

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    20/07/2021 · In addition to her parents, Avis was preceded in death by a daughter, Ashley Nahodil; a sister, Naomi Barber and her husband, John; and a brother, Rick Fegley.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>FUNERAL NOTICE</p> <p>Avis I (Fegley) Bowers, 58, of 56 S Shamokin Street, Shamokin &ndash; Memorial Service will be held Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at 7:00 pm with Vicar Allison Carnahan, officiating, at Farrow-C.J ...

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