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Rosita Moreno (1907–1993)

Rosita Moreno was born on March 18, 1907 in Madrid, Spain as Gabriela Carmen Victoria Viñolas Moreno. She is known for her work on El día que me quieras (1935), Piernas de seda (1935) and Tango Bar (1935). She was married to Shauer, Melville. She died on April 25, 1993 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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El día que me quieras
El día que me quieras Margarita / Marga (the daughter)
Piernas de seda
Piernas de seda Lolita Baxter aka Mary Smith
Tango Bar
Tango Bar Laura Montalván
Moonlight and Romance


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 1949 The Clock (TV Series)
- Episode #1.20 (1949)
 1945 A Medal for Benny
Toodles Castro
 1935 De la sartén al fuego
Ivonne Cartier
 1935 Te quiero con locura
Norma Carter
 1935 Piernas de seda
Lolita Baxter aka Mary Smith
 1935 El día que me quieras
Margarita / Marga (the daughter)
 1935 Tango Bar
Laura Montalván
 1935 The Scoundrel
 1934 Las fronteras del amor
Alice Harrison
 1934 Dos más uno dos
Peggy / Elena Carson
 1934 Un capitan de Cosacos
Tanya Trainoff
 1934 Ladies Should Listen
Marguerite Cintos
 1933 Yo, tú y ella
 1933 Walls of Gold
Carla Monterez
 1933 El rey de los Gitanos
Princess Maria Luisa
 1932 Stamboul
Baroness von Strick
 1932 El hombre que asesinó
Lady Maria Falkland
 1931 El príncipe gondolero
Señorita Adela Grant
 1931 Gente alegre
Magda Martin
 1930 El Dios del mar
 1930 Her Wedding Night
 1930 The Santa Fe Trail
Maria Castinado
 1930 Amor audaz
Lucy Stavrin
 1930 Paramount on Parade
La misma
 1930 Moonlight and Romance (Short)
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Dark-haired leading lady and singer in Mexican, Argentinian and Spanish movies of the 1930's. She was also featured in Spanish-language versions of Hollywood films. See more »

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