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Andrea Palma (Guadalupe Bracho Pérez-Gavilán)

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Biography

Durango, Durango, Mexico
Andrea Palma became the first diva of Mexican cinema, when she appeared in the tragic leading role of Rosario, the prostitute of The Woman of the Port (1934), one of the iconic films of the "cine de pecadoras" genre that became a staple in the Mexican film industry. Andrea was the daughter of Julio Bracho Zuloaga, a wealthy land and textile factory owner who lost all his possessions during the Mexican revolution. Mr. Bracho moved his family to Mexico City, where Andrea became interested in theater during her school years, and later in fashion and hat design. Read more...

Actor

Character: Luana, Mara's Mother

Tarzan and the Mermaids 1948

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Character: Irene, hermana de Arturo

La cobarde 1953

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Character: Josefina Rosas

Guadalajara en verano 1965

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Character: Matilde Grandet

Eugenia Grandet 1953

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Character: Virginia Walter

Bel Ami 1947

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Character: Olga / Ángela Ederly

Mujeres sin mañana 1951

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Character: Rosa, amiga de Victoria

Miércoles de ceniza 1958

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Character: Doña Adriana de Molina

Padre nuestro 1953

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