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  • Arozamena was born in August 24, 1916 in Mexico City, Mexico.
  • Arozamena had been acting since her early teens and had her first feature film released at the age of thirteen.
  • George Melford was the director, and it starred Carlos Villar韆s as the Count, Eduardo Arozamena as Van Helsing and Lupita Tovar as Eva.
  • She was the daughter of Eduardo " Nanch?" Arozamena, a popular character actor from the variety stage and treble of Theatre Clemencia S醤chez.
  • Saby Kamalich, as a result of her career that spans 35 years in Mexico as an actress, will be given the Eduardo Arozamena medal for her contributions to that country's show business.
  • The dining by Rafael Montesinos y Ramiro, the ballroom by Salustiano Asenjo Arozamena, the bedroom of the marquis by Pl醕ido Franc閟 y Pascual and the toilets and the red hall by Jos?Brel Giralt.
  • "' Amparo Arozamena "'( August 24, 1916  April 30, 2009 ) was a Mexican actress of film and television, best known for her character roles in the 1960s.
  • The medal was originally instituted by singer-actor Jorge Negrete, who was the association's secretary-general in 1951, and who wanted to honor the memory of actor Eduardo Arozamena who died that same year.
  • Musician, composer, and conductor Juan Arozamena ( 1899 1926 ), born in Mexico City, frequently performed the melody and added to it the widely known text that Nat King Cole, among others, used in performances and on recordings.
  • ""'Amor en el aire " "'( English language : Love in Flight ) is a 1967 romantic comedy film, a co-production between Spain and Argentina directed and written by Luis C閟ar Amadori with Jes鷖 Mar韆 de Arozamena.
  • ""'Amor, vida de mi vida " "'( Love, life of my life ) is an aria ( romanza ) for tenor from the zarzuela " Maravilla " composed by Federico Moreno Torroba to a libretto by Antonio Quintero and Jes鷖 Mar韆 de Arozamena.
  • Also  En Roma el Amor es Broma ( 1999 ) alongside Alejandro Suarez, Edgar Vivar, and Amparito Arozamena, and the play for which he received the Golden Palms Award,  La Dama de las Camelias ( 1997 ) where he shared the stage with Daniela Castro, Guillermo Murray, and Blanca S醤chez.
  • Ver髇ica Merchant, Fernando Colunga, M髇ica S醤chez, Ernesto Godoy, Joel Nez, Juan Manuel Bernal and the leading actors Marga L髉ez, Eric del Castillo, Jorge Mart韓ez de Hoyos, Beatriz Aguirre, H閏tor G髆ez, Amparo Arozamena, Blanca Torres, Queta Carrasco, Dina de Marco Guillermo Murray, Sergio Klainer and Queta Lavat starred as stellar performances.