Count Rodrigo Torriani
Maurice Rennard (as Rodolph Valentine)
Richard Thayer (as Rudolpho di Valentina)
Dancer in Club (uncredited)
Made a private recording on which he sang "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.
8 Biographical Movies |
13 Print Biographies |
6 Portrayals |
104 Articles |
6 Pictorials |
5 Magazine Cover Photos |
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 | Rudolf 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' 8" (1.73 m)
| Beatrice Gabriela Barbin
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.
A few months before his death a Chicago newspaper columnist attacked his masculinity in print, referring to him as a "pink powder puff". A lawsuit was pending when he was fatally stricken. One of his last questions to his doctor was, "Well, doctor, and do I now act like a 'pink powder puff'?" His doctor reportedly replied, "No, sir. You have been very brave. Braver than most.".
His deep penetrating gaze