|Our Lady of Sorrows|
|Directed by||Jean Grémillon|
|Written by|| Juan José Lorente |
|Cinematography|| José María Beltrán |
|Music by||Daniel Montorio|
Our Lady of Sorrows (Spanish: La Dolorosa) is a 1934 Spanish musical drama film directed by Jean Grémillon and starring Rosita Díaz Gimeno, Agustín Godoy and Mary Amparo Bosch. It is an adaptation of the 1930 zarzuela La dolorosa . The film was made at the leading Spanish CEA Studios and shot on location in Aragon with 1500 extras. It was a box office hit on its release.  The film was part of a popular European trend of operetta films during the 1930s.
When Dolores abandons Rafael for a cadet, a sensitive young painter becomes a monk. But when Dolores realizes what she have done, she abandons her child whom she had with another man. Will Rafael be able to help a woman who made a foolish choice?
Our Lady of Sorrows, Mother of Sorrows, Our Lady of Pity, Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows and Our Lady of the Seven Dolors are Marian titles referring to Mary in her suffering. As Mater Dolorosa she is a key subject for Marian art in the Catholic Church. A special form of the Mater Dolorosa is Our Lady of Solitude.
El derecho de nacer is a Mexican telenovela produced by Ernesto Alonso for Televisa in 1981. Based on the Cuban radionovela of the same name written by Félix B. Caignet adapted for TV by Fernanda Villeli and directed by Raúl Araiza.
Alborada is a Mexican telenovela produced by Carla Estrada for Televisa in 2005. It is an historical drama, set in colonial Panama and Mexico a few years before Mexican Independence from Spain.
Barrera de amor is a Mexican telenovela produced by Ernesto Alonso for Televisa in 2005.
A Cuban in Spain is a 1951 musical comedy film directed by Luis Bayón Herrera. It was a co-production between Argentina, Cuba and Spain. The film's sets were designed by Francisco Prósper and Pierre Schild.
The National Prize for Arts and Sciences is awarded annually by the Government of Mexico in six categories. It is part of the Mexican Honours System and was established in 1945. The prize is a gold medal and 520,000 pesos.
La colmena is a 1982 Spanish film directed by Mario Camus. Based on the novel The Hive by Camilo José Cela, it depicts the aftermath of the Spanish Civil War and its impact on several characters. Cela has a small role as Matías Martí.
Ulises Francisco Espaillat Quiñones was a Dominican author and politician. He served as president of the Dominican Republic from April 29, 1876 to October 5, 1876. Espaillat Province is named after him.
Marisol is a Mexican telenovela produced by Juan Osorio for Televisa in 1996. Telenovela is a remake of the 1977 Mexican telenovela Marcha nupcial. Famous and beloved Enrique Álvarez Félix died after he finished his work in Marisol.
Los Parientes Pobres is a Mexican telenovela produced by Carla Estrada for Televisa in 1993. Lucero sang the main theme and it was an airplay hit in all Latin America. It was never released as a single, but it appears in the special album Lazos de Amor and her Lucero album known as Veleta.
Dolores is a feminine given name of Spanish origin.
Alondra is a Mexican telenovela produced by Carla Estrada for Televisa in 1995. The story based on Casandra created by Yolanda Vargas Dulché. For personal reasons Yolanda Vargas Dulché changed the name of Casandra to Alondra in honor of her granddaughter Alondra de la Parra.
La Dueña is a Mexican telenovela produced by Florinda Meza for Televisa in 1995.
Luz Amparo Cuevas Arteseros was a Spanish Roman Catholic seer. She claimed that the Virgin of the Sorrows appeared to her in Prado Nuevo estate in the Madrilenian municipality of El Escorial on 14 June 1981. Following these statements arose a religious movement that has mobilized thousands of people who go to the place of Marian apparitions. She was called "El Escorial seer" referring to the village where Amparo claimed to have seen the apparitions.
Valió la Pena, also known as My Little Dilemma is a Chilean television soap opera, that aired on Canal 13 from October 19, 2014, to February 19, 2015, starring Lorena Bosch, Francisco Pérez-Bannen and Cristián Arriagada.
The Lioness of Castille is a 1951 Spanish historical drama film directed by Juan de Orduña and starring Amparo Rivelles, Virgilio Teixeira and Alfredo Mayo. De Orduña had directed a number of the most expensive Spanish costume films of the era for the leading studio CIFESA. The film portrays the sixteenth century noblewoman María Pacheco, in a fictitious story that has her battling foreign agents during the reign of Charles V.
Night and Dawn is a 1958 Spanish drama film directed by José María Forqué and starring Francisco Rabal, Zully Moreno and Manuel Alexandre.
Our Lady of Fatima is a 1951 Spanish drama film directed by Rafael Gil and starring Ines Orsini, Fernando Rey and Tito Junco.