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Glauce Rocha (1930–1971)

Glauce Rocha was born on August 16, 1930 in Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil. She was an actress and producer, known for Tempo de Violência (1969), Um Caso de Polícia (1959) and Aventura en Río (1953). She died on October 12, 1971 in São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. See full bio »

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Known For

Tempo de Violência
(1969)
Um Caso de Polícia
(1959)
Aventura en Río
(1953)
Com o Diabo no Corpo
(1952)

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 1977 O Dia Marcado
 1971 Hospital (TV Series)
Helena
- Episode dated 28 June 1971 (1971) ... Helena
- Episode #1.78 ... Helena
 1970 Irmãos Coragem (TV Series)
Estela
- Episode dated 29 June 1970 (1970) ... Estela
 1969 Véu de Noiva (TV Series)
Helena
 1969 A Última Valsa (TV Series)
Kathy
 1969 Rosa Rebelde (TV Series)
 1969 A Navalha na Carne
Norma Suely
 1968 Passo dos Ventos (TV Series)
Bárbara
 1967 A Derrota
 1967 Na Mira do Assassino
Magricela
 1967 Entranced Earth
Sara
 1965 O Beijo
 1962 Cinco vezes Favela (segment "Pedreira de São Diego")
 1962 Homenaje a la hora de la siesta
Berenice Bellington
 1962 Os Cafajestes
Prostitute
 1961 Adeus às Armas (TV Series)
 1959 Um Caso de Polícia
Belinha
 1958 O Jovem Dr. Ricardo (TV Series)
 1958 O Noivo da Girafa
Inesita
 1952-1957 Grande Teatro Tupi (TV Series)
 1955 Rio 40 Graus
Rosa
 1954 Rua Sem Sol
Marta
 1953 Aventura en Río
Rosa (as Glauce Eldde)
 1950 Aviso aos Navegantes
Passenger
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Glauce Eldde
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Leo

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