Carlos Cores y Zully Moreno en El amor nunca muere (1955) - 1 de 9. Stella was followed with roles alongside some of Argentina's biggest stars, including: Pedro López Lagar in both Apasionadamente (1944) and Celos (1946); Angel Magaña in Nunca te diré adiós (1947); and Arturo de Córdova in Dios se lo pague (1948). Zully Moreno Nombre completo : Zulema Esther González Borbón. [14] That same year, at the Film Festival San Sebastian, Moreno received the award which typified her screen persona, with a certificate honoring her as most elegant actress. Nombre completo : Zulema Esther González Borbón, Carlos Cores y Zully Moreno en El amor nunca muere (1955) - 1 de 9, Jorge Mistral y Zully Moreno en Amor prohibido (1955) - 2 de 9, Zully Moreno y Beatriz Taibo en Amor prohibido (1955) - 3 de 9, Jorge Mistral y Zully Moreno en Amor prohibido (1955) - 4 de 9, Carlos Thompson y Zully Moreno en La mujer de las camelias (1953) - 5 de 9, Zully Moreno en La calle del pecado (1954) - 6 de 9, Jorge Mistral y Zully Moreno en Amor prohibido (1955) - 7 de 9, Zully Moreno en Amor prohibido (1955) - 8 de 9. [9] Her husband directed her in Nacha Regules (1950) and María Montecristo (1951)[3] and in Cosas de mujer (1951), she was directed by Carlos Schlieper. [4] She continued working in Spain, filming Madrugada (1957) with director Antonio Roman,[8] for which she won the Círculo de Escritores Cinematográficos (CEC) (Cinema Writers Circle) award for Best Actress. Zully Moreno Intérprete. cerrar . She then had a string of films, including Bartolo tenía una flauta (1939), Azahares rojos (1940), De México llegó el amor (1940) and Orquesta de señoritas (1941), in which she played minor roles. [8], After the death of Amadori in 1977, she returned permanently to Argentina[4] and led the Teatro Maipo and chaired the production of Argentina Sono Film briefly, but then turned away from the media and became reclusive as her Alzheimer's advanced. [3] "Camelias" won Moreno her second Best Actress award from the Argentine Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 1953[11] and the inaugural Best Foreign Film award at the 1955 Golden Globes from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Era filla de emigrantes galegos residentes en Arxentina e irmá de dous varóns, un deles finado con poucos anos de vida. Most of her films were pure melodrama and almost always there was a scene of an evening-dress clad woman entering a casino, or theater in which a long-camera watched as her coat was removed and unveiled the beautiful woman beneath. [13], In 1955, when Juan Perón's government was overthrown by the Revolución Libertadora, a coup d'état, Amadori was arrested and tortured. [4][6] The film debuted on 16 March 1948 in Mar del Plata, at the inaugural Argentine Film Festival, and Moreno won best actress from the Argentine Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. 13-oct-2014 - Cristina Sanchez descrubrió este Pin. Original Mexican Lobby Card El Barro Humano Zully Moreno Carlos Lopez Moctezuma: Zully Moreno: Books - Amazon.ca Tell us "why you have a crush on her" Refresh this page to see the "Crushers" increase after you "Like" or vote. Zully Moreno nació en la localidad de Villa Ballester, en el Partido de San Martín, provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina, el 17 de octubre de 1920. A los diez años fallece su padre. Intérprete Nacimiento: 17 de octubre de 1920, Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Muerte: 25 de diciembre de 1999, Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Nacionalidad: Argentina. ... Soy del pueblo II: Zully Moreno (capítulo completo) - Canal Encuentro - Duration: 26:47. She began working as a model when she was in her teens and, at the same time, she became an extra in cheap movies. [3], She died on 25 December 1999 in Buenos Aires, a victim of Alzheimer's disease. 1. 2001 - 2020 © cinenacional.com - desarrollado por Thet. Películas más visitadas: Compartir. La base de datos más completa sobre cine argentino: 10.234 fichas técnicas, 48.864 filmografías y 22.267 fotos.
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