Legendary actor, Gilbert Roland, was born Luis Antonio Dámaso de Alonso on Dec 11, 1905 in Juarez, Mexico. Roland died at the age of 88 on May 15, 1994 in Beverly Hills, CA and was cremated and his ashes scattered at sea.
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True Confessions: Why I Cheated on Cary Grant withBy FlickChick on Oct 14, 2017 From A Person in the Dark
This is my entry in the Hollywood's Hispanic Heritage Blogathon, hosted by the delightful Aurora at Once Upon A Screen. Click here for more fant?stico entries. Can you blame me???? It's Your Lucky Day, Aurora! My devotion to Mr. Grant is pretty well known. In fact, the author of this ... Read full article
Clara Bow and : Brief Romance, Lasting TendernessBy FlickChick on Dec 14, 2013 From A Person in the Dark
I am hoping that someday a movie will be made about the life of Clara Bow. Not a trashy version based on scandals, but an insightful depiction of a life filled with enough tragedy and heartbreak to give those Greeks a run for their money. God knows this poor woman was exploited enough in her lifeti... Read full article
A Tribute toBy Silentfilmfanatic on Jul 30, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks
A Tribute to Born Luis Antonio Damaso Alonso, in Juarez, Mexico on December 11, 1905, to Spanish-born parents, ’s career spanned over sixty years from silent films to his last screen appearance in “Barbarosa” (1982). Gilbert’s father moved ... Read full article
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Little Wolf: You spoke the truth for us. This we will not forget - but there will be no more school.
Deborah Wright: Oh, no! Oh, no, please don't do that to the children!
Little Wolf: The white man's words are lies. It is better that our children not learn them.
Deborah Wright: It is not the words... but who speaks them. Has speaking white men's words made you a liar?
Dull Knife: Our words were learned long ago, when some white men still spoke the truth.
Tom Herrera: All right, Peso, you can stay.
Peso: Thanks, Tom.
Tom Herrera: But I'll take your guns.
Peso: Oh, there's no reason for that, boy. My guns? Why I'd be chilly without 'em. I might even catch cold.
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