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Mexican actress and philanthropist Dolores del Río in a promotional photo from 1933. Public Domain / RKO Pictures

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Speaking of talkies, Dolores was just as nervous as her fellow actors about the new technology. In March of 1928, the studio asked her over to Mary ...

Dolores del Río (August 1905 in Durango, Mexico – April 1983 in Newport Beach, California) was a Mexican film actress. She was a star in Hollywood in the ...

Portrait of Dolores del Rio by Edwin Bower Hesser, 1930's

Dolores del Río was a Mexican actress who was the first major female Latin American crossover star in Hollywood, with a career i.

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Dolores del Rio - - born in Durango, Mexico. She was the first major female Latin cross-over star in Hollywood, with an outstanding career in American films ...

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Portrait of Dolores del Rio in The Fugitive directed by John Ford, 1947

Dolores Del Rio - Doña Perfecta (1951)

Portrait of Dolores del Rio in Joanna directed by Edwin Cawere, 1925

Portrait of Dolores del Rio in Joanna directed by Edwin Cawere, 1925

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Portrait of Dolores del Rio, 1920's

Dolores Del Rio. Film Debut: Joanna(1925).

Delores del Rio, Constance Bennett & Joan Bennett ♥ December 1934

Dolores del Rio in Bird of Paradise directed by King Vidor, 1932

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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 ...

Dolores Del Rio was the first Latin American actress to gain international attention and one of

Born in Durango, Mexico, María de los Dolores Asúnsolo y López Negrete was the child of a wealthy bank director and his wife. They enjoyed a lavish life of ...

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Dolores Del Rio was a silent screen star in the a luminous icon of Hollywood, and then became one of Mexican film& greatest stars.

Portrait of Dolores del Rio, 1930's

Dolores del Rio, Mexican film actress and Hollywood star, circa 1935.

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Portrait of Dolores del Rio in Madame du Barry directed by William Dieterle, 1934

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Portrait of actress Dolores del Rio, as she appears in the movie 'Cheyenne Autumn

Portrait of Dolores del Rio in Bird of Paradise directed by King Vidor, 1932.

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Virginia Bruce, Dolores del Rio, Anita Louise, Joan Bennett

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“The two most beautiful things in the world are the Taj-Mahal and Dolores del Río.” –George Bernard Shaw

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Marlene Dietrich and Dolores were close friends.

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Dolores del Rio - Mexican Film Actress (1905 - 1983). Date: circa

Del Río in Ramona (1928)

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Del Río portraying Madame du Barry in Madame Du Barry (1934)

Victor McLaglen as Escamillo and Dolores del Rio as Carmen in the 1927 film The Loves

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From now on, when I wear my black hair in curls and swipe on my lipstick, I'll be reminded of Dolores.

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While del Río went on to achieve swift fame as the first Mexican movie star, her marriage ended shortly after the release of her first film Joanna (1925).

Young Dolores Del Rio

In the Silent film era, Del Rio was often thought of as the female version of Rudolph Valentino. She was known as the "Princess of México".

Portrait of Dolores del Rio Magazine cover 1928

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Portrait of Dolores del Rio and Joel McCrea in Bird of Paradise directed by King Vidor

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5 Classic Movies Starring Dolores del Rio, Mexico's First Hollywood Star

Another popular Mexican actress in the 1930s was Lupe Velez, shown above. She had acted in Vaudeville, and started her Hollywood career in silent films.

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It highlights her personal style, which adapted traditional Mexican beauty for a modern cinematic audience.

Dolores Del Rio-I Touch Myself

Mexican actress Dolores Del Rio wearing a black sleeveless dress with thin straps standing with both

Mexican actress Dolores Del Rio (centre) as Madame Du Barry and Reginald Owen as

Portrait of Dolores Del Rio

Joan Bennett had 3 distinct phases of her career: first as a winsome blonde,

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Mexican movie star Dolores del Rio in the movie 'Revenge' Photograph 1928 Der mexikanische

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Actress Dolores del Rio poses with actress Marlene Dietrich at a gallery featuring the paintings of

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Dolores del Rio was born Maria de los Dolores Asunsolo Lopez-Negrete on August 3, 1905 in Durango, Mexico. Got all that?

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The Loves of Carmen (1927) Resurrection (1927) The Whole Town's Talking (1926) What Price Glory (1926) Pals First (1926) High Steppers (1926) Joanna (1925)