(as Rodolph Valentine)
(as Rudolpho di Valentina)
Made a private recording in 1923. Sung "Kashmiri Love Song" on side (a) and "El Relicario" on side (b). It was released after his death and is still reissued occasionally, e.g. "100 Years of Cinema" Dejavu Retro Gold Collection, 2 CDs.
M. Rodolfo De Valentina | M. Rodolpho De Valentina | M. De Valentina | R. De Valentina | Rudolpho De Valentina | Rudolpho De Valentine | Rudolpho De Valintine | Rudolph DeValentino | Rodolph Valentine | Rudolph Valentine | Rodolfo Valentino | Rodolph Valentino | Rudi Valentino | Rudolfo Valentino | Rudolf Valentino | Rudolph Volantino | Rodolfo di Valentina | Rudolpho di Valentina | Rodolfo di Valentini
5' 11" (1.80 m)
Did You Know?
Women are not in love with me but with the picture of me on the screen. I am merely the canvas upon which the women paint their dreams.
He is responsible for bringing the Argentine Tango to America, first performing the famous dance in his film The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
(1921), and later in a successful American national dance tour with his wife, Natacha Rambova
, who, like Valentino himself, was once a professional dancer.
His deep penetrating gaze