3 edition of films of Dolores Del Rio found in the catalog.
films of Dolores Del Rio
Allen L. Woll
|Statement||by Allen L. Woll.|
|Series||Gordon Press film series|
|LC Classifications||PN2318.D4 W6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||129 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||129|
|LC Control Number||77003420|
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La Otra ("The Other" (feminine)), sometimes screened with the title The Other One, is a Mexican drama film directed by Roberto Gavaldón and starring Dolores del Río.
The film inspired the movie Dead Ringer, starred by Bette ed by: Mauricio de la Serna, Jack Wagner. “Dolores del Rio is closer to the Ramona I saw in the novel.
It’s just a beautifully done movie.” Brigandi said the film’s adaption is different from what playgoers are used to. Dolores del Río was twenty years old when she was “discovered” in Mexico by Hollywood producer and director Edwin Carewe.
At Carewe’s urging, del Río came to Hollywood in with her husband, Jaime. The del Ríos were part of a diverse and massive wave of Mexican immigration to the United States between and Directed by John Ford. With Richard Widmark, Carroll Baker, Karl Malden, Sal Mineo.
The Cheyenne, tired of broken U.S. government promises, head for their ancestral lands but a sympathetic cavalry officer is tasked to bring them back to their reservation/10(K). "Dolores del Rio challenged Hollywood's - and the public's - prevailing views on race and gender from the s through the s.
Her roles, costumes, and makeup, along with the advertising, publicity, and reviews of her films, reveal the influence of her ethnicity and her construction as an exotic commodity: her sexual image ran counter to the dominant social standards for femininity and.
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Dolores Del Rio, was a Mexican film actress. She was a star of Hollywood films during the silent era and in the Golden Age of Hollywood.
Later, she became a famous actress in Mexican films. She was thought to be one of the most beautiful actresses of her time and was the first Latin American movie star to have international appeal.
Dolores del Rio is not only, the first mexican Actress to do a cultural crossover, from Mexico to Hollywood, but also an iconic inspiration to some comic book. To better appreciate BIRD OF PARADISE, you need to step back into time and try to appreciate the world of films 80 years ago.
Acclaimed director King Vidor, an exotic Dolores del Rio and a young and vibrant Joel McCrea created a film that must have been shocking for its day/5(66).
Authenticity was paramount in the making of this film. It was arduous for the actors and crew, who had to endure months of frigid weather conditions (60 below zero). Several stuntmen were killed during the scene on the rapids.
Ralph Forbes and Dolores Del Rio are beautiful and believable as /5(11). InJohn Steinbeck joined his marine biologist friend, Ed "Doc" Ricketts, on a journey along the Sea of Cortez.
The result was Steinbeck's book, The Log from the Sea of Cortez; while technical in spots, this is a must-read for those impassioned by Baja's sea. Ricketts went on to become a minor celebrity after Steinbeck used him as the model for "Doc," a character in his popular novel. Dolores del Rio - Dolores del Río (August 3, - Ap ) was a Mexican film actress.
She was a star of Hollywood films during the silent era and became an important actress in Mexican films later in her life. Born Dolores Martínez As/10(60). - Explore eayala8's board "The Searchers ", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about The searchers, John ford and John wayne pins.
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Kimble and the one-armed man, this Fugitive is director John Ford’s underrated adaptation of Catholic novelist Graham Greene’s masterpiece The Power and the Glory. In The Invention of Dolores del Río, Joanne Hershfield explores the intersection of ethnicity, gender, and stardom in American popular culture through the lens of del Río’s successful and unusually lengthy career, which lasted until the s.
Hershfield offers close readings of del Río’s films—discussing in detail the roles she played Cited by: 2. Last summer she was at work on a book about the way the mainstream marketing machine has presented its Latino and Latina stars, starting with Dolores Del Rio in the s, up to such actors as Benicio del Toro and Rosario Dawson in Dawson is, of course, not strictly Hispanic, but of mixed Latina, African American and other heritages.
Dolores Del Rio, was a regular guest at Hollywood parties where she met director Edwin Carewe, who thought she wold be perfect in his new film, Joanna (). Stardom soon followed, with Del Rio reaching top billing in major silent movies, including What Price Glory.
() and The Loves of Carmen (). What Price Glory. () information, ranked # by Filmsdirected by Raoul Walsh, starring Edmund Lowe, Victor McLaglen, Dolores del Rio, William V.
Mong, Phyllis Haver. Dolores del Rio was considered one of the prototypes of the classic woman style of the s.
According to the author Larry Carr (author of the book More Fabulous Faces), the Dolores del Río's appearance at the beginning of the '30s influenced women worldwide, but especially in Hollywood. The women imitated her style of dress and make-up.
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Only the most dedicated film buffs remember who the stars were (Dolores Del Rio, Gene Raymond, and Raul Roulien), but every fan of movie musicals knows that Flying Down to Rio was the first pairing of fourth-billed Ginger Rogers and fifth-billed Fred Astaire.Today, we have plastic surgery and Botox, but Dolores Del Rio maintained her looks solely through a self-invented diet and exercise program, diligently followed.
She retired from films inand devoted her time to managing her financial and real estate holdings, and to her lifelong hobbies of writing and painting, until her death in Flying Down to Rio: Franklin Pangborn: Actor: Jan Jul Character actor, s to s: Paul Porcasi: Actor: 8-Aug Character actor, Broadway and film: Gene Raymond: Actor: Aug 2-May Red Dust: Ginger Rogers: Dancer: Jul Apr The Gay Divorcee: Raul Roulien: Actor: 8-Oct 8-Sep