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Date of Birth:3 August 1905, Durango, Mexico more
Date of Death:11 April 1983, Newport Beach, California, USA more
Mini Biography: Dolores del Rio was the first Mexican movie star with international appeal... more
Trivia: Cousin of Ramon Novarro. more
STARmeter: Up 11% in popularity this week. See rank & trends on IMDbPro.
Awards: 4 wins & 2 nominations more
Alternate Names: Dolores Del Rio
Jump to filmography as: Actress, Soundtrack, Thanks, Self, Archive Footage
The Children of Sanchez (1978) .... Grandma Paquita
"Marcus Welby, M.D." .... Carlotta Lopez de Guadalupe (1 episode, 1970)
... aka "Robert Young, Family Doctor"
- The Legacy (1970) TV episode .... Carlotta Lopez de Guadalupe

C'era una volta... (1967) .... Queen Mother
... aka Cinderella: Italian Style
... aka La belle et le cavalier (France)
... aka More Than a Miracle (USA)
Rio Blanco (1967) .... A Revolutionary
El hijo de todas (1967)
... aka The Son of All (International: English title)
Casa de mujeres (1966)
... aka House of Women (International: English title)
La dama del alba (1966) .... La Peregrina
... aka The Lady of the Dawn (International: English title)
"Branded" .... Antonia Molinera (1 episode, 1966)
- The Ghost of Murietta (1966) TV episode .... Antonia Molinera
"I Spy" .... Serita (1 episode, 1966)
- Return to Glory (1966) TV episode .... Serita
The Man Who Bought Paradise (1965) (TV) .... Mona
Cheyenne Autumn (1964) (as Dolores Del Rio) .... Spanish Woman
... aka John Ford's Cheyenne Autumn (USA: complete title)
El pecado de una madre (1962) .... The Mother
... aka A Mother's Son (International: English title)
Flaming Star (1960) (as Dolores Del Rio) .... Neddy Burton
"The Chevy Show" (1 episode, 1960)
- Mexican Fiesta (1960) TV episode

La cucaracha (1959) .... Isabel Puente
... aka The Soldiers of Pancho Villa (USA)
¿Adónde van nuestros hijos? (1958) .... Rosa
"The United States Steel Hour" (1 episode, 1958)
... aka "The U.S. Steel Hour" (USA: alternative title)
- The Public Prosecutor (1958) TV episode
"Schlitz Playhouse of Stars" (1 episode, 1957)
... aka "Herald Playhouse" (USA: syndication title)
... aka "Schlitz Playhouse" (USA: new title)
... aka "The Playhouse" (USA: syndication title)
- An Old Spanish Custom (1957) TV episode
Señora ama (1955) .... Dominica
El niño y la niebla (1953) .... Marta
... aka The Boy and the Fog
Reportaje (1953) .... María Cristina
Doña Perfecta (1951) .... Doña Perfecta
Deseada (1951) .... Deseada
La casa chica (1950) .... Amalia Estrada
... aka The Love Nest (International: English title)

La malquerida (1949) .... Raimunda
Historia de una mala mujer (1948) .... Mrs. Erlynne
... aka The Story of a Bad Woman (International: English title)
The Fugitive (1947) .... An Indian Woman
... aka El fugitivo (Mexico)
La otra (1946) .... Magdalena Méndez/María Méndez
... aka The Other One (International: English title)
La selva de fuego (1945) .... Estrella
... aka Jungle Fire
Bugambilia (1945) .... Amalita de los Robles
... aka Bugambilla (Mexico)
Las abandonadas (1945) .... Margarita Pérez
... aka The Abandoned (International: English title)
María Candelaria (Xochimilco) (1944) .... María Candelaria
... aka Portrait of Maria
... aka Xochimilco
Flor silvestre (1943) .... Esperanza
... aka Wild Flower
Journey Into Fear (1943) .... Josette Martel
The Man from Dakota (1940) .... Eugenia 'Jenny' Sanford
... aka Arouse and Beware (UK)

International Settlement (1938) .... Lenore Dixon
Lancer Spy (1937) .... Dolores Daria Sunnel
The Devil's Playground (1937) .... Carmen
Accused (1936) .... Gaby Seymour
The Widow from Monte Carlo (1935) .... Inez, Duchess of Rye
... aka A Present from Margate
I Live for Love (1935) (as Dolores Del Rio) .... Donna Alvarez
... aka I Live for You
In Caliente (1935) .... Rita Gomez, aka La Españita
... aka Viva Senorita (USA: poster title)
Madame DuBarry (1934) (as Dolores Del Rio) .... Madame Du Barry
Wonder Bar (1934) (as Dolores Del Rio) .... Inez
Flying Down to Rio (1933) (as Dolores Del Rio) .... Belinha De Rezende
Bird of Paradise (1932) .... Luana
Girl of the Rio (1932) .... Dolores
... aka The Dove
The Bad One (1930) .... Lita
To oneiron tou glyptou (1930)
... aka Pygmalion kai Galateia (Greece)

Evangeline (1929) .... Evangeline
Revenge (1928) .... Rascha
The Red Dance (1928) .... Tasia
... aka The Red Dancer of Moscow (UK)
No Other Woman (1928) .... Carmelita de Granados
Ramona (1928) .... Ramona
The Trail of '98 (1928) .... Berna
The Gateway of the Moon (1928) .... Chela (Toni)
The Loves of Carmen (1927) .... Carmen
Resurrection (1927) .... Katyusha Maslova
The Whole Town Is Talking (1926) .... Rita Ralti - Movie Star
What Price Glory (1926) .... Charmaine de la Cognac
Pals First (1926) .... Jeanne Lamont
High Steppers (1926) .... Evelyn Iffield
Joanna (1925) .... Carlotta de Silva
Harry un ami qui vous veut du bien (2000) (performer: "Ramona")
... aka Harry, He's Here to Help (International: English title) (UK: original subtitled version)
... aka Harry Is Here to Help (USA)
... aka With a Friend Like Harry, un ami qui vous veut du bien (USA: complete title)
... aka With a Friend Like Harry... (USA)

International Settlement (1938) (performer: "You Made Me That Way")
In Caliente (1935) ("Muchacha")
... aka Viva Senorita (USA: poster title)
Madame DuBarry (1934) ("The King of France")
Wonder Bar (1934) (performer: "Don't Say Good-Night", "Tango Del Rio")
Flying Down to Rio (1933) (performer: "Orchids in the Moonlight")
Part Four: Dolores del Rio (2009) (in memory of)
México de mis amores (1979) .... Ella misma
... aka Mexico of My Loves (International: English title)
Salsa (1976) .... Herself

Mexico 68. Instantaneas (1968) .... Herself
"The Dinah Shore Chevy Show" .... Herself (1 episode, 1960)
... aka "The Dinah Shore Show" (USA: sixth season title)
- Mexican Fiesta (1960) TV episode .... Herself

Torero (1956) .... Guest
... aka Bullfighter
Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Goes to Mexico (1954) .... Herself

Meet the Stars #2: Baby Stars (1941) .... Herself
... aka Wampas Baby Stars (USA: short title)
Meet the Stars #1: Chinese Garden Festival (1940) .... Herself
... aka Chinese Garden Festival (USA: short title)

Screen Snapshots Series 18, No. 10 (1939) .... Herself
Ali Baba Goes to Town (1937) (uncredited) .... Herself - at Premiere
Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 8 (1937) .... Herself
Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 7 (1937) .... Herself
A Trip Thru a Hollywood Studio (1935) (uncredited) .... Herself
A Dream Comes True (1935) .... Herself
Hollywood on Parade No. B-13 (1934) .... Herself
Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 23 (1930) .... Herself, at Premiere
Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 24 (1930) .... Herself
Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 14 (1930) .... Herself, at Premiere

Die Filmstadt Hollywood (1928) .... Herself
WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1926 (1926) .... Herself
Archive Footage:
Part Four: Dolores del Rio (2009) .... Herself
Un retrato de Diego (2007) .... Herself
Complicated Women (2003) (TV) (uncredited) .... Herself
Dolores del Rio, la diva mexicana de Hollywood (2003) (TV) .... Herself
The Bronze Screen: 100 Years of the Latino Image in American Cinema (2002) .... Herself
Se que es imposible (1991) .... Herself
Zelig (1983) (uncredited) .... Herself
The Age of Ballyhoo (1973) (V) (uncredited) .... Herself
Hollywood: The Selznick Years (1969) (TV) (uncredited) .... Herself, film clip from 'Bird of Paradise'
"Hollywood and the Stars"
- Hollywood Goes to War (1964) TV episode .... Herself
Hollywood Without Make-Up (1963) .... Herself
Personality Parade (1938) (uncredited) .... Herself

Date of Birth
3 August 1905, Durango, Mexico

Date of Death
11 April 1983, Newport Beach, California, USA (liver failure)

Birth Name
Dolores Martínez Asúnsolo y López Negrete


5' 3½" (1.61 m)

Mini Biography
Dolores del Rio was the first Mexican movie star with international appeal and had a meteoric career in 1920s Hollywood (an extraordinary accomplishment for an Hispanic female on those years). She came from an aristocratic family in Durango. In the Mexican revolution of 1916, however, the family lost everything they had and emigrated to Mexico City, where Dolores became a socialite. In 1921 she married Jaime Del Río (also known as Jaime Martínez Del Río), a wealthy Mexican, and the two became friends with Hollywood producer/director Edwin Carewe. In a somewhat unorthodox manner, for those years, the couple moved to Hollywood where they expected to launch careers in the movie business (she as an actress, he as a screenwriter). Eventually they were divorced after Dolores made her first film, Joanna (1925). THe film was a success and Dolores was hailed as a female Rudolph Valentino. Her career rose until the arrival of sound in 1928. After a number of forgettable films, she married Cedric Gibbons, the well-known art director and production designer at MGM studios. Dolores returned to Mexico in 1942. Her Hollywood career was over, and a romance with Orson Welles--who later called her "the most exciting woman I've ever met"--caused her second divorce. Mexican director Emilio Fernández offered her the lead in his film Flor silvestre (1943), with a wholly unexpected result: at age 37, Dolores Del Río became the most famous movie star in her country, filming in Spanish for the first time. Her association with Fernández' team (cinematographer Gabriel Figueroa, writer Mauricio Magdaleno and actor Pedro Armendáriz) was mainly responsible for creating what has been called the Golden Era of Mexican Cinema. With such pictures as María Candelaria (Xochimilco) (1944), Las abandonadas (1945) and Bugambilia (1945), Del Río became the prototypical Mexican beauty in foreign countries. Her career included film, theater and television. In her last years she received accolades because of her work for orphaned children. Her last film was The Children of Sanchez (1978).

IMDb Mini Biography By: Maximiliano Maza


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