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Lola Montez (Character)
from Lola Montès (1955)
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- Lisztomania (1975) Played by Anulka Dziubinska
- Royal Flash (1975) Played by Florinda Bolkan
- Ludwig - Requiem for a Virgin King (1972) Played by Ingrid Caven
... aka "Ludwig - Requiem für einen jungfräulichen König" - West Germany (original title)
- Szerelmi álmok - Liszt (1970) Played by Larisa Trembovelskaya / Ildikó Pécsi (as Lola Montes)
... aka "Dreams of Love - Liszt" - International (English title) (informal English title)
... aka "The Loves of Liszt" - International (English title) (informal English title)
- "Tales of Wells Fargo"
- Lola Montez (1959) TV episode, Played by Rita Moreno
- "The Californians"
- Lola Montez (1958) TV episode, Played by Patricia Medina
- Lola Montès (1955) Played by Martine Carol (as Lola Montes)
- "Death Valley Days"
... aka "Call of the West" - USA (syndication title)
... aka "The Pioneers" - USA (syndication title)
... aka "Trails West" - USA (syndication title)
... aka "Western Star Theater" - USA (syndication title)
- Lola Montez (1955) TV episode, Played by Paula Morgan
- Lotta Crabtree (1954) TV episode, Played by Yvonne Cross
- Golden Girl (1951) Played by Carmen D'Antonio
- Black Bart (1948) Played by Yvonne De Carlo
... aka "Black Bart, Highwayman" - Ireland (English title) (imdb display title), UK, USA (working title)
- Lola Montes (1944) Played by Conchita Montenegro (as Lola Montes)
- Wells Fargo (1937) Played by Sheila Darcy
... aka "Frank Lloyd's Wells Fargo" - USA (complete title)
- The Palace of Pleasure (1926) Played by Betty Compson
- Lola Montez, die Tänzerin des Königs (1922) Played by Ellen Richter
- Midnight Madness (1918) Played by Claire Du Brey
- Lola Montez (1918) Played by Leopoldine Konstantin
- Lifting the Ban of Coventry (1915) Played by Julia Swayne Gordon (as Lola Montes)
Lola Montez: How did you know I was on that stage?
Charles E. Boles: Very simple. There's posters of you from here to the Mexican border.
Lola Montez: Is that why you chose to rob that particular stage? Because I was on it?
Charles E. Boles: Well, the $10,000 they were carrying didn't keep me away, either.
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