Chelo Alonso former Cuban actress, dancer and sex-symbol (1933) was a star in the Italian cinema of the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. She played femme fatales with fiery tempers and danced to  Afro-Cuban rhythms. She appeared  in some American Films as well.

Chelo Alonso former Cuban actress, dancer and sex-symbol (1933) was a star in the Italian cinema of the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. She played femme fatales with fiery tempers and danced to Afro-Cuban rhythms. She appeared in some American Films as well.

“Former Cuban actress, dancer and sex-symbol Chelo Alonso (1933) was a star in the Italian cinema of the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. In several sword and sandal epics she played femme fatales with fiery tempers and she did sensual dance scenes, mixing Afro-Cuban rhythms with ‘bump and grind’.

“Former Cuban actress, dancer and sex-symbol Chelo Alonso (1933) was a star in the Italian cinema of the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. In several sword and sandal epics she played femme fatales with fiery tempers and she did sensual dance scenes, mixing Afro-Cuban rhythms with ‘bump and grind’.

Jeanne Crain was such a beauty!   She starred in films such as State Fair (1945), Belles on Their Toes, Take Care of My Little Girl, and more. #1940s #glamor #coiffure

Jeanne Crain was such a beauty! She starred in films such as State Fair (1945), Belles on Their Toes, Take Care of My Little Girl, and more. #1940s #glamor #coiffure

Actress Marpessa Dawn (Black Orpheus). What a beauty! - Yes indeed and my homegirl, from Pittsburgh.

Actress Marpessa Dawn (Black Orpheus). What a beauty! - Yes indeed and my homegirl, from Pittsburgh.

Chelo Alonso-born April 10, 1933. Former Cuban actress who became a star in…

Chelo Alonso-born April 10, 1933. Former Cuban actress who became a star in…

The troubled life of Dorothy Dandridge, the first African-American woman to garner an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress (for CARMEN JONES) is dramatized in this fine made-for-HBO film from dir

Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (DVD) by Warner

The troubled life of Dorothy Dandridge, the first African-American woman to garner an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress (for CARMEN JONES) is dramatized in this fine made-for-HBO film from dir

Dorothy Dandridge (1922–1965) was the first African American to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress, becoming only the third African American to receive a nomination in any Academy Award category (after Hattie McDaniel and Ethel Waters) at the time.

Dorothy Dandridge (1922–1965) was the first African American to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress, becoming only the third African American to receive a nomination in any Academy Award category (after Hattie McDaniel and Ethel Waters) at the time.

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