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Tonta, tonta, pero no tanto (English: Foolish, Foolish, But Not A Lot) is a 1972 Mexican comedy film directed by Fernando Cortés and starring María Elena Velasco as La India María.
Fernando "Papi" Cortés was a Puerto Rican film actor, writer and director. He was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, but he spent most of his adult life in Mexico City, where he died. On 1932, while in New York City, Fernando Cortés married Puerto Rican childhood friend María del Pilar Cordero, who adopted the stage name of Mapy Cortés. The couple soon traveled to Spain with a Cuban theatrical troupe. They worked on the Spanish stage, radio and film until the outbreak of the Civil War in 1936. Fernando progressively began to take a backseat as actor and baritone and focused on promoting the career of his wife Mapy, who became a noted vedette in Barcelona.
María Elena Velasco-Fragoso was a Mexican actress, comedian, singer-songwriter, dancer, screenwriter, film producer, and one of Mexico's few major female film directors.
"La India María" is a fictional character portrayed and created by actress María Elena Velasco. The character frequently endures situations of racial discrimination, classism, and corruption, although in all of these turmoils, María undoubtedly resolves them with hilarious acts of good-nature and morality. She has represented the poor indigenous, the migrant worker, and even free-spirited nuns for over 30 years. She has been the lead character in 16 films and in a spin-off television series entitled, Ay María Qué Puntería. Most recently, the character has appeared in cameo appearances in the television programs Mujer, casos de la vida real and La familia P. Luche.
In San Jose de Los Burros, María Nicolasa Cruz is encouraged by her cousin Eufemia, who has found work for her, to migrate to Mexico City for a better life. However, she is robbed as soon as she gets out of the train, and is homeless. But she soon finds help from TV personality Paco Malgesto, who makes an announcement of her story, where Eufemia soon goes after to pick her up.
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Ana Torroja Fungairiño is a Spanish singer. She was the lead singer of the pop trio Mecano, considered one of the most popular pop bands from Spain during the 1980s and 1990s. Mecano split in 1998 and she embarked on a solo career.
Jacqueline Bracamontes Van Hoorde is a Mexican actress, former model and beauty pageant titleholder who won Nuestra Belleza Jalisco 2000, Nuestra Belleza México 2000 and represented her country at Miss Universe 2001.
Fabiola Campomanes is a Mexican actress.
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Catarina Efigénia Sabino Eufémia was an illiterate harvester from Alentejo, Portugal who was murdered during a worker's strike by lieutenant Carrajola of the Guarda Nacional Republicana in Monte do Olival, Baleizão, in Beja, Alentejo. Catarina had three children, one eight months old, who was with her when she was shot.
Fafá de Belém, born Maria de Fátima Palha de Figueiredo in Belém do Pará on August 9, 1956, is a Brazilian singer considered one of the great female singers of MPB. She took her stage name from the city of her birth and in addition to a successful recording career that spans over three decades, it is fair to say that she has been one of the great sex symbols of Brazilian pop music. Her husky mezzo-soprano voice is known for its extensive emotional range, from tender ballads, to sensual love songs, to Portuguese fados all the way to energetic sambas and lambadas.
Victoria Analía Donda Pérez is an Argentine human rights activist and legislator. She is the first daughter of a "disappeared" person, born in captivity, to become a member of the Argentine National Congress. She was the youngest woman to hold that office.
Maria Megale Komnene, known as Maria of Trebizond, was a Byzantine Empress consort by marriage to the Byzantine emperor John VIII Palaiologos. She was the last empress consort of the Byzantine Empire.
Las tontas no van al cielo is a Mexican telenovela produced by Rosy Ocampo for Televisa in 2008.
Querida enemiga is a Mexican telenovela produced by Lucero Suárez for Televisa in 2008.
The 7th Nuestra Belleza México pageant, was held at the Auditorio Emilio Sánchez Piedras of Apizaco, Tlaxcala, Mexico on September 2, 2000. Forty-three contestants of the Mexican Republic competed for the national title, which was won by Jacqueline Bracamontes from Jalisco, who later competed in Miss Universe 2001 in Puerto Rico. Bracamontes was crowned by outgoing Nuestra Belleza México titleholder Leticia Murray. She was the first Jalisciense and the second winner of foreign descent and the third blonde to win this Title.
Ivette María Cordovez Usuga is a Panamanian news presenter, actress, model, and former winner of Señorita Panamá. She was born in Panama City, Panama. She started her acting career after participating in beauty pageants.
"Me Gustas Tanto" is a song by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio. The song was recorded for her tenth studio album, Brava!, due out in November 15, 2011. The song made its debut online as the lead single on September 2, 2011 and was made available for purchase on Amazon.com and iTunes starting on September 6, 2011, about a week before it was released as a digital single worldwide and sent to radio station globally. The track was nominated for Pop Song of the Year at the Premio Lo Nuestro 2013.
Farsa de Inês Pereira is a play by Portuguese playwright Gil Vicente. It shows the ambitions of the Portuguese bourgeoisie in the 16th century
Melissa Barrera is a Mexican actress and singer. She is best known for her roles in the telenovelas Siempre Tuya Acapulco (2013) and Tanto Amor (2015).
Ana María del Río is a Chilean literature professor, feminist writer, and novelist. Her honors include the Santiago Municipal Literature Award and the María Luisa Bombal Award.
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