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Dolores del Río 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 international appeal. In the Silent film era, Del Rio was considered a counterpart to Rudolph Valentino. With the arrival of the talkies, she became one of the principal Art Deco symbols of beauty. Del Río was one of the principal stars of Mexican films during the Golden Age of Mexican cinema in the 1940s and 1950s. She was frequently called the "Princess of México".
August 3, 1905, Durango, Mexico
April 11, 1983
1928 The Trail of '98Berna 1932 Bird of ParadiseLuana 1933 Flying Down to RioBelinha de Rezende 1934 Wonder BarInez 1940 The Man from DakotaJenny Sanford 1943 Journey into FearJosette Martel 1944 María CandelariaMaría Candelaria 1946 La OtraMagdalena Méndez / María Méndez 1947 The FugitiveAn Indian Woman 1949 La malqueridaRaimunda 1951 Doña PerfectaDoña Perfecta 1960 Flaming StarNeddy Burton 1964 Cheyenne AutumnSpanish woman 2002 The Bronze Screen: 100 Years of the Latino Image in American CinemaHerself 2003 Complicated WomenHerself (archive footage)Limited to the 15 most popular items