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Rafaela Ottiano Overview:

Character actress, Rafaela Ottiano, was born on Mar 4, 1888 in Venice, Italy. Ottiano died at the age of 54 on Aug 18, 1942 in East Boston, MA .

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Rafaela Ottiano was an Italian actress who came to America and played dangerously hysterical characters. Her menials, from maids to housekeepers, were not to be relied upon, and she was a formidable adversary for Mae West in "She Done Him Wrong". She died from a heart attack.

(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Illustrated Dictionary of Film Character Actors).

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Rafaela Ottiano Quotes:

Malita: [after Lachna has been shrunk] You've corrected her brain, Marcel. She's no longer the stupid half-wit. Oh, she's going to be beautiful!


Marcel: [Referring to Lachna, the servant girl] Malita, where did you get her?
Malita: In a Berlin slum. She's an in-bred peasant half-wit. But I wanted no prying wits about me.


Malita: We'll make the whole WORLD small!


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Rafaela Ottiano Facts
Severe-looking Italian character actress from the stage, in Hollywood from 1924, who played a number of sinister matrons and angst-ridden serviles.

Probably best remembered as melancholy ballerina Greta Garbo's overly protective caretaker, Suzette, in the 1932 classic "Grand Hotel."

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