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Ricardo Cortez Overview:

Actor, Ricardo Cortez, was born Jacob Krantz on Sep 19, 1900 in New York City, NY. Cortez died at the age of 76 on Apr 28, 1977 in New York City, NY .

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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THE MAGNIFICENT HEEL, THE LIFE AND FILMS OF BY DAN VAN NESTE

on May 22, 2017 From Caftan Woman

I can recall the first time actor made an impression on me. It was during my teen years and the local CBC channel was showing not-the-usual Frank Capra films on the late show. Titles included American Madness, Broadway Bill, Dirigible, Platinum Blonde and The Younger Generation. In Th... Read full article


THE MAGNIFICENT HEEL, THE LIFE AND FILMS OF BY DAN VAN NESTE

By Caftan Woman on May 22, 2017 From Caftan Woman

I can recall the first time actor made an impression on me. It was during my teen years and the local CBC channel was showing not-the-usual Frank Capra films on the late show. Titles included American Madness, Broadway Bill, Dirigible, Platinum Blonde and The Younger Generation. In Th... Read full article


Book Review--Magnificent Heel: The Life and Films of

By KC on May 4, 2017 From Classic Movies

The Magnificent Heel: The Life and Films of Dan Van Neste Bear Manor, 2017 Though co-star to Stanwyck, Garbo, Young and Crawford, has never achieved big name recognition in his own right. Classic film fans know him and love him, especially pre-code fanatics, but he is ... Read full article


The Silent Life in 1926: Critiquing the Stars (Lillian Gish is too wiggly! needs a kiss on the mouth!)

By Fritzi Kramer on Nov 26, 2014 From Movies Silently

By Fritzi Kramer on November 26, 2014 in Article, Blog, Silent Life Oh, Miss Bridget Hicks of Topeka, Kansas. If only the internet had been around in 1926, what fun you would have had. However, since the internet was not yet a gleam in a nerdy eye, Miss Hicks had to content herself with writing in t... Read full article


A Tribute to

By Silentfilmfanatic on Aug 24, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks

A Tribute to Of all the “Latin Lovers” in Hollywood, looked the most like Valentino, and he was invented, named, and groomed to become his direct rival. Ironically, he wasn’t Latin at all, having been born Jacob Krantz in Vienna, Austria, of Jewi... Read full article


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Ricardo Cortez Quotes:

Spot White: Life didn't mean a thing to me till I met you; now it means everything. There isn't anything in it that isn't you. That's why... sometimes I'm afraid of the future, afraid that I may lose you.
Tony Evans: Darling, no one should mean that much to you. There's nothing more uncertain than the life of a man like me. You're so young and so beautiful, and you will be for a long time to come. Remember, no matter what happens, I want you to promise you'll keep your chin up. Promise? Always keep your chin up.


Nolan: [as the crooked lawyer misses a shot on a pool table] Straight shot and I missed it!


Mae LaRue: [Bursting in on Dutch and Lil in Dutch's office] I told you he was in!
[Sizing up the situation]
Mae LaRue: Hello, lover.
Dutch Barnes: [Straightening his tie nervously] Hello, Mae.
Lily 'Lil' Duran: Hello Mae? You bet he's in; he's in my hair.
[turning to Dutch]
Lily 'Lil' Duran: Why you double-crossing, two-timing slug. So that's why you want to send me to Europe, huh?
Dutch Barnes: Now wait a minute, honey, wait a minute.
Lily 'Lil' Duran: Oh, wait a minute - breezin' me off so you can play post office with this queen. What gutter'dja pick her out of?
Mae LaRue: [Doing a Mae West hand-on-hip hair fluff] I don't believe I know you.
Lily 'Lil' Duran: [Kicking her in the rump] Well how's this for an introduction?
Mae LaRue: Why I'll knock your head off and throw it right in...
[They start to wrestle]
Lily 'Lil' Duran: You and what army?
[They continue fighting and hair-pulling and yelling at each other. After thirty seconds or so, Dutch intervenes]
Dutch Barnes: [Pushing the women apart] Now listen, you two dames. What's the matter with ya?
Lefty: [to Slim] Get Jimmy.
[Lefty and Dutch go into the next room and close the door]
Dutch Barnes: [to Lefty] *There's* a couplea phone numbers for the ashcan!
Lefty: Maybe we'd better go in for nail files.
[as a next line of business]
Dutch Barnes: Shut up. Where's Jimmy?
Lefty: Slim's sending him in.
Jimmy Morrell: [Entering] Mr. Barnes, what's happened?
Dutch Barnes: My tomatoes blew up.


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