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Date Received:

2006

Date Processed:

February 2007

Acquisitions Information:

This collection was acquired by MSU Special Collections in 2006.

Preferred Citation:

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: Box number, Folder number and/or title, Latinos in Film Collection , MSS 286, Special Collections, MSU Libraries, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Copyright Notice:

Copyright is retained by the author of the items in this archive, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

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There are no restrictions on the use of this collection.

The Latinos in Film Collection will be open and available for use in the Special Collections Reading Room.

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Collection Summary:

Approximately 590 pieces of rare ephemera – promotional photographs, posters, lobby cards, photoplay book editions, campaign books, press kits and television/movie scripts – dating from the silent film era to the turn of the millennium.

Historical Background:

Latinos are acknowledged to be the fastest growing population group in the United States, and this sizeable collection allows us to study the varying ways in which Latinos have been depicted in film over the past ninety years, and how Latino stars were marketed and promoted via Hollywood’s public relations machine.

Even in the silent era, there were major Latino stars, such as Lupe Velez and Dolores Del Rio (both strongly represented in this collection). In the nineteen-thirties and early nineteen-forties, actors such as Cesar Romero and Carmen Miranda often portrayed Latino characters, usually in lighter comedies and musicals. In the post-World War II era, Latino actors such as Ricardo Montalban and Fernando Lamas emerged as legitimate stars in a wide range of films, some of which (like BORDER INCIDENT, in this collection) attempt a more realistic view of social problems. Early television icons like THE CISCO KID of the nineteen-fifties gradually yielded to the gentle but more reality-based character of Chico in the nineteen-seventies’ CHICO AND THE MAN.

The collection is focused primarily on portrayals of Latino characters in film. However, many of the great Latino movie stars in Hollywood films – Rita Hayworth, Anthony Quinn, Lupe Velez, Cesar Romero, for instance – portrayed many different kinds of roles during their long careers, and this collection reveals some of the diversity of their work. Although the bulk of the items here are associated with Hollywood movies, there are some examples of Cuban, Mexican, and South American film, as well as a collection of campaign sheets and posters from Britain, Italy, Mexico, Cuba, and other countries (based on Hollywood releases).

Processing Note:

This collection was processed November, 2006 – March 2007 by Anne-Marie Rachman, Special Collections, Michigan State University Main Library, based on an earlier inventory of the collection.

Arrangement:


The inventory lists items chronologically by their film release date. Films in a single year are listed alphabetically. Entries usually include a synopsis of the film, information about a particular star, and descriptions and other information about the items. Individual items have been physically arranged and housed based on their size. All books have been assigned call numbers and are housed in the Special Collections stacks.


DAUGHTER OF THE DON. (1916)

  • Film Premier program, 8 pp. For the Majestic Theatre, Los Angeles. Film was billed as a great historical photo drama in 10 reels.  Story takes place during a fiesta in Santa Barbara, CA, June 1846. Story of a Mexican family, the Hernandezes. Box 7, Folder 1.

RAMONA. (1916) 

  • Program booklet, 18 pp. Beautiful booklet including photo scenes from the famous story by Helen Hunt Jackson set in California of 1870. Early silent version directed by Donald Crisp, which includes Latino characters.   The earliest feature film adaptation of classic novel about old California by Helen Hunt Jackson.  See below for 1928 version of this tale. Box 1, Folder 1. FRAGILE.

DESERT GOLD. (1919) 

  • Photoplay edition. Grey, Zane. Desert Gold. New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1913 [1919]. Cloth with d/j, minor chips, 326 pp. Davis, p. 55. Has 4 photos from film and art cover with mention of film. Western story is set on the Mexican border. PS3513.R6545 D36
  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. Fragile. Box 5, Folder 1.

BULL THROWER, THE. (1920) 

  • Lobby card for Universal Studios short. Card features four characters in Latino dress. Box 7, Folder 2.

DIVORCE OF CONVENIENCE, A. (1921) 

  • Lobby card. A Mexican bandit points two guns at Owen Moore, who holds up a handkerchief. Box 7, Folder 2.
 

CYTHEREA. (1923)

  • Photoplay edition. Hergesheimer, Joseph. Cytherea. New York: A.L. Burt Company, 1922 [1923]. Cloth with chipped d/j, 371 pp.  Davis, p. 49. Has mention on cover “the story from which the photoplay was made.”  Some of the story is set in Cuba. PS3515.E628 C9

DON Q SON OF ZORRO. (1925) 

  • Promotional flyer, 4 pp. Paper missing at blank top of last page. Douglas Fairbanks plays both father Zorro and the son Don Q in silent adventure romance, some of which is set in early California. Box 7, Folder 2.

LUPE VELEZ IN “THE GAUCHO”

LUPE VELEZ was born near Mexico City in 1908. As a young film actress, she played roles of various ethnicities, but always maintained a very thick Mexican accent. She was born in poverty, her mother a prostitute. Lupe was sent to a convent school in Texas until age 13, then went home to work and assist her family.  She saved money for dancing lessons and with her huge personality worked on the Mexican stage and then moved to Hollywood, was seen by Max Sennett, placed in a Laurel and Hardy short and then cast by Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks in THE GAUCHO. She played dramatic roles in late silent and early talkies, then moved on to comedy in 1933 with HOT PEPPER. From that time on she was a top Hollywood film comedian, utilizing her Latino persona, this led to her own series of films, cast as “the Mexican Spitfire”. The series ran between 1939 and 1943. Her career was somewhat overshadowed by personal stormy relationships, and she committed suicide at 36. She was one of four actors born in Mexico who made a huge impression in early Hollywood, the others being Dolores Del Rio, Ramon Navarro and Gilbert Roland.

GAUCHO, THE. (1927)

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.)  A girl is saved by a miracle after she falls from a cliff in the Argentine Andes, and is blessed with healing powers. A shrine is built on the site, and a whole city grows around it, rich with gold from the grateful worshipers. Ruiz, an evil and sadistic general, captures the city, confiscates the gold, and closes the shrine. But the Gaucho, the charismatic leader of a band of outlaws, comes to the rescue. Photo shows miniature set built as the village.  Early starring role for the great Lupe Velez. Box #1, Folder #2.
  • British photoplay edition. Ball, Eustace Hale. The Gaucho. London: Readers Library, nd [1927].  Cloth in chipped dust d/j. 250 pp. Davis, p. 80. #2. Has 8 Photos from film, d/j has wrap around art and text about film. PS3503.A5545 G3 1928.
  • Photoplay edition. Ball, Eustace Hale. The Gaucho. New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1928. Cloth in d/j with some wear, 235 pp. Davis, p. 80, #1. Has 8 Photos from the film, d/j has film art cover and mention of film. PS3503.A5545 G3 1928a.

ROSE OF THE GOLDEN WEST. (1927) 

  • Lobby card. Film with Mexican born star Gilbert Roland playing Juan. Story includes other Latino characters in 1846 California. Box 7, Folder 2.

ROUGH RIDERS, THE. (1927)  

  • Press book, folio, 30 pp., folded, covers detached, torn at folds.  Silent film about Spanish-American war and incursion into Cuba. Box 7, Folder 3.

DOLORES DEL RIO AS “RAMONA” (1928)

DOLORES DEL RIO was born in Mexico in 1905. She was the first Mexican movie star with international appeal and had a meteoric career in 1920s Hollywood (an extraordinary accomplishment for an Hispanic female in those years). She came from an aristocratic family in Durango. In the Mexican revolution of 1916, however, the family lost everything they had and emigrated to Mexico City, where Dolores became a socialite. In 1921 she married Jaime Del Río (also known as Jaime Martínez Del Río), a wealthy Mexican, and the two became friends with Hollywood producer/director Edwin Carew.  Unusual for the time, the couple moved to Hollywood where they expected to launch careers in the movie business (she as an actress, he as a screenwriter). They divorced in 1925 as her film JOANNA premiered. The film was a success. Her career rose until the arrival of sound in 1928.  She had some success in talkies, musical films for a few years, including FLYING DOWN TO RIO and some of the early 30’s Warner Brothers musicals.  She returned to Mexico in 1942.  Mexican director Emilio Fernandez offered her the lead in his film FLOR SILVESTRE (1943), with a wholly unexpected result: at age 37, Dolores Del Río became the most famous movie star in her country, filming in Spanish for the first time. Her association with Fernández' team (cinematographer Garbriel Figueroa, writer Mauricio Magdaleno, and actor Pedro Amrendariz) resulted in what has been called the Golden Era of Mexican cinema. With such pictures as MARIA CANDELARIA  (1944), ABANDONADAS, LAS  (1945) and BUGAMBILIA (1945), Del Río became the prototypical Mexican beauty in foreign countries. Her career included film, theater and television. In her last years she received accolades because of her work for orphaned children. Her last film was THE CHILDREN OF SANCHEZ  (1978).

RAMONA. (1928)

  • Sheet music for song “Ramona.” 4 pp. Classic first sound version of often- filmed story, with the ultimate Ramona – Dolores Del Rio. Story is set in early California and is a romance of Mexican American characters. Box 1, Folder 3.
 

THE FIRST LATINO FILM FRANCHISE

IN OLD ARIZONA. (1929)

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.)  Box 1, Folder 4. Known to be the first talking film to be done on location, and the first CISCO KID feature. When his girlfriend tells him that his men wouldn't follow him to a house of ill repute, Max, a general in the Mexican army decides to perform some great act of heroism. He takes his men over the border into Texas and re-captures the Alamo. This upsets the Texans greatly. The Texas National Guard is sent to retake the mission. Normally this would be easy as Max's men have left all of their ammunition back in Mexico, but the State department insists that no one be killed and so the National Guard also goes in with unloaded weapons.  Warner Baxter won the Academy Award as best actor in the role of the Cisco Kid.   This is an early example of what we now refer to as a film franchise, as many subsequent Cisco Kid films (and, much later, television shows) were made.  This was certainly the first film franchise with a Latino character. Photo 5200-33.

BAD ONE. (1930)

  • Title lobby card for 1937 re-release starring Dolores Del Rio, playing a Latin dancer. Box 7, Folder 5.
  • Promotional flyer, 4 pp. Box 7, Folder 5.

CALL OF THE FLESH. (1930) 

  • Promotional flyer, 4 pp. Musical vehicle promoting the talents of Mexican-born Ramon Navarro.   Navarro was a great star during the silent era, but his career gradually waned during the early years of the talking film. Box 7, Folder 5.
 

LUPE VELEZ AT HER ABSOLUTE PRIME

HELL HARBOR. (1930)

  • 14- by 36-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #1. Lovely Anita (Lupe Velez) dreams of escaping the monotony of her island home and sailing to bustling Havana. But when her abusive father promises her to the local merchant, Anita does everything in her power to make her dream a reality.  Very rare piece of movie poster art from the dawn of talking films, and an excellent image of Velez at her absolute prime.

IN GAY MADRID. (1930)

  • Promotional flyer, 4 pp. Story set in Madrid and Santiago, with Latin music and Mexican born star Ramon Navarro. Box 7, Folder 5.

UNDER A TEXAS MOON. (1930)

  • Promotional flyer, 4 pp. Film features Latino actresses Raquel Torres and Armida. Box 7, Folder 5.

BORDER LAW. (1931) 

  • Lobby card, shows Buck Jones at left of Mexican dancer Tonita (Lupita Tovar), doing a traditional dance in a red dress. Tovar was a great star of Mexican cinema, and appeared, also in 1931, in the Spanish-language version of Universal Pictures’ DRACULA. Box 7, Folder 5.
 

WARNER BAXTER AS “THE CISCO KID” (1931)

CISCO KID, THE. (1931)

  • 14- by 22-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #1. Story features Warner Baxter, reprising his Academy Award-winning role as Cisco Kid, with Latino actors Conchita Montenegro and Chris-Pin Martin.
 

CREATED THE CRAZE FOR RUMBA DANCING

CUBAN LOVE SONG. (1931) 

  • Promotional flyer, 4 pp. Lupe Velez plays a Havana peanut vendor who attracts opera singer Lawrence Tibbett in operetta musical, which included the popular hit, “The Peanut Vendor.” This song started a craze for dancing the rumba. Box 7, Folder 5.

TRAPPED IN TIA JUANA. [sic] (1932) 

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp., folded. Story set in Tijuana with Duncan Renaldo in a dual role of Kenneth Holbert and Mexican bandit El Zorro (who turn out to be long lost twin brothers). Cast includes Latino actors. Box 5, Folder 1.

IT’S GREAT TO BE ALIVE. (1933) 

  • Promotional flyer, 4 pp. A bizarre sci-fi musical comedy about a pilot whose girl friend leaves him. He gets away and lands on an uninhabited island, then returns to find all males suffering from a disease that makes them infertile; he is the only male to escape this fate.  Women now rule the world and he is in great demand. Film casts Brazilian born actor Raul Roulien as lead Carlos Martin. Box 7, Folder 5.

STRICTLY DYNAMITE. (1934) 

  • Lobby card, close up of Lupe Velez and Jimmy Durante snuggling at the helm of a ship.  Velez plays the role of Vera Mendez. Box 7, Folder 5.

VIVA VILLA. (1934)

Wallace Beery plays Mexican avenging bandit turned revolutionary general Pancho Villa in fictionalized biography. Cast includes Leo Carrillo.

  • 8½- by11-inch poster. Box 7, Folder 5.
  • Photoplay edition. Pinchon, Edgcumb. Viva Villa, New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1933. Cloth in d/j, 383 pp. Davis, p. 256. Has 16 endpaper photos, photo and text from film on cover.  F1234 .V698 1933.  

WONDER BAR. (1934)

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Box 1, Folder 5. Full-length portrait photo of Dolores Del Rio modeling a gown for the film, which takes place in a Paris nightclub. Cast also includes Al Jolson, Kay Francis, Dick Powel and Ricardo Cortez. Photo by M. Marigold.

IN CALIENTE. (1935) 

  • Sheet music, 4 pp., for song The Lady in Red.”  Box 1, Folder 6. This was a major hit song for which a huge production number was built in this story set in South America with Dolores Del Rio playing a Mexican dancer.

WANDERER OF THE WASTELAND. (1935)

  • Press book, folio, 12 pp. Extremely fragile. Box 5, Folder 1.

RITA HAYWORTH AT THE AGE OF 17

Born in New York of Latino ancestry in 1918, Margarita Carmen Cansino was raised as a dancer in her fathers troupe, was noticed by Fox studios at 16 and cast in supporting roles, usually as a dancer.  She won a contract at Columbia Pictures, where she became a favorite of studio head Harry Cohn and slowly rose to star status. This process included some major cosmetic work, much of which took away her ethnicity and she became one of the most glamorous and iconic stars of Hollywood history. She achieved legendary status with her performance in GILDA (1946). Though she maintained an often highly successful film career between 1935 and 1972, she possessed a shy personality and desire to have a stable family life, which unfortunately she was not able to maintain. Throughout her film career, she did play several characters of Latino ancestry, including the role in her last film THE WRATH OF GOD (1982).

DANCING PIRATE (1936) 

  • 2 Lobby cards of musical story set in South America of the 1820’s and featuring Eduardo Cansino (father to Rita), the Cansino dancers, and Rita Cansino (Hayworth). Box 7, Folder 5.
  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) D.P. 14 Box 1, Folder 7.

MESSAGE TO GARCIA. (1936) 

  • Press book, folio, 16 pp. folded.  Lavish and rare press book.  Story is based on the actual event of Rowan's carrying a message from President McKinley to Garcia in Cuba during the Spanish-American War. Barbara Stanwyck plays Raphaelita Maderos. Cast includes Latin American actors Enrique Acosta (Mexico), Lucio Villegas (Chile), and Octavio Giraud (Cuba). Map Case, Folder 1.

ROSE OF THE RANCHO. (1936) 

  • Lobby card for musical operetta set in Old Mexico and featuring Latino characters.  In this dramatic scene, John Boles stands next to line of men with rifles as three characters confront each other in foreground right. Box 7, Folder 4.
  • British press book, 12 pp. Box 7, Folder 4.

BORDER CAFÉ. (1937) 

  • Lobby card features Mexican-born leading lady of American B-films Armada, wearing a dance costume, in story set at a border café. Box 7, Folder 5.

SING COWBOY SING. (1937)

  • Lobby card (Painted over original title of TROUBLE IN TEXAS) Tex Ritter western with early appearance of Rita Hayworth (billed Rita Cansino) in Latino role Carmen Serano. Box 7, Folder 5.

CITY STREETS. (1938) 

  • 2 lobby cards which feature Leo Carillo, one of him in bed as Edith Fellows sings to him and second, a close up with Fellows. Box 7, Folder 5.

LITTLE MISS ROUGHNECK. (1938) 

  • 3 lobby cards for story in which Leo Carillo plays Mexican-American character Pascual Orozco.  Cards have border art of Carillo, singing and playing.   Border tears. Box 7, Folder 5.

CESAR ROMERO’S FIRST PORTRAYAL OF THE CISCO KID

Cesar Romero was born in New York City in 1907 of Cuban parents and often called “the Latin from Manhattan.” He famously appeared as the Cisco Kid in a series of late 1930’s films and was instrumental in presenting Latin music and dance in musical films of the World War II era which played a large part in the good neighbor policy between the United States and Latin America.

CISCO KID AND THE LADY. (1939) 

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Box 1, Folder 8. Cesar Romero’s first appearance in this series.  In Photo 446/43, he and Gordito (Chris-Pin Martin), give the “lady” her bath.

GIRL AND THE GAMBLER. (1939) 

  • Lobby card for story set on border of Mexico about Mexican Robin Hood El Rayo (played by Latino American Leo Carrillo) and a Cantina dancer. Box 7, Folder 5.

GIRL FROM RIO. (1939)

  • 2 lobby cards for story set in Rio about a singer Marquita Romero played by Movita. In one card she wears a fur stole and greets two men, in second she performs with a band. Both cards have staining and lower right corner damage. Box 7, Folder 5.

JUAREZ. (1939)

  • Lobby card of story set in Mexico of 1863 about president Benito Juarez. Card features Paul Muni in the title role with Mexican citizens facing a firing squad. Box 7, Folder 5.

KANSAS TERRORS, THE. (1939)

  • Lobby card for story set in Caribbean with Duncan Renaldo. Woman in card wears a Spanish mantilla. Box 7, Folder 5.

RETURN OF THE CISCO KID. (1939) 

  • Press book, folio, 24 pp.  Warner Baxter returns in the title role.  It features Cesar Romero as Lopez. Box 5, Folder 1.

DOWN ARGENTINE WAY. (1940)  

Carmen Miranda, with her huge hats laden with wax fruits, was a great star during the years of World War II, in a series of massively popular musicals.

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Box 1, Folder 9. Photo of great Brazilian star Carmen Miranda performing one of her South American numbers. Story is about an American girl on vacation in Argentina. This film and several others herald the good neighbor policy between South and North America, set in motion as the world went to war. Photo is 44-7.

KIT CARSON. (1940) 

  • 2 photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.). Box 1, Folder 10. Tale of the taking of California from the Mexican government. SKC-117, SKC-160.

MARK OF ZORRO. (1940)

  • Exhibitor campaign sheet for 1953 re-release, folio, 2 pp. 1820 California is setting of story involving many characters of Latino ancestry. Box 5, Folder 1.

MEXICAN SPITFIRE OUT WEST. (1940)

  • Title lobby card. Third film in the RKO series developed for and starring Lupe Velez as Carmelita Lindsay. Box 7, Folder 6.

BAD MAN, THE. (1941) 

  • 4 lobby cards from Western story set at a Mexican ranch featuring Wallace Beery as villainous cattle rustler Pancho Lopez. Cards are: close-up of Beery and Lionel Barrymore; close shot of Beery with Larraine Day; Beery with a girl at a table; and a group shot of Beery and a bandit accosting Barrymore, Day and two others in a kitchen. Box 7, Folder 6.

FIESTA. (1941) 

  • Lobby card for musical comedy about Choliat (Ann Ayres) returning to her home in Mexico to run estate. Latin American actors in the cast are Armada, Frank Yaconelli, Francisco Moreno, Carlos Valadez and Jose Arias. In this card, three Mexican characters are holding candles and one is holding a jug. Damage to corners. Box 7, Folder 6.

GAUCHOS OF EL DORADO. (1941) 

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case Folder #2A. Western programmer series of the Three Mesquiteers, this time with Duncan Renaldo playing Gaucho.  Repaired tears.

RIDE ON VAQUERO. (1941) 

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Box 1, Folder 11. Cesar Romero as the Cisco Kid (close portrait with Mary Beth Hughes).

THAT NIGHT IN RIO. (1941) 

  • Trade ad, 2 pp. Box 1, Folder 12. Classic musical set in Rio, featuring Latin songs, Carmen Miranda as Carmen and a small early appearance by Maria Montez.

CESAR ROMERO. (1942)

  • Photo, 11 by 14 inches (28 by 36 cm.). Portrait of versatile actor, dancer and musician, who was born in 1907 in New York City, of Cuban parents and known to several generations of audiences, first as romantic Latin lover in musicals and comedies, in his series as the Cisco Kid, and later to TV audiences, particularly for his role on the “Batman” series.” He often represented the Latin leading man and was a featured romantic dancer of the Latin music, which became so popular during World War II. Portrait is of him playing piano and was used by Dell Publishing in May 1942 to promote his 20th Century Fox film ORCHESTRA WIVES. Box 7, Folder 6

IN OLD CALIFORNIA. (1942)

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.).  Box 1, Folder 13. Western set in early California. Photo of wagons coming across the prairie.

RIO RITA. (1942)

  • Lobby card of comedy team Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Mexican costumes for musical story set on the Mexican border. Box 7, Folder 6

SALUDOS AMIGOS. (1942) 

  • Sheet music, 4 pp., for song “Brazil”. Box 1, Folder 14. Disney film, part animation, set in South America, introducing new animated character Jose Carioca of Rio. Live-action segments show members of the Disney staff touring South America and recording their impressions in sketches. This film, and many others from this period, were part of Hollywood’s movie-making effort in allying with the South American countries during the United States involvement in World War II. This film taught American audiences about many aspects of life in South American countries.

TORTILLA FLAT. (1942) 

  • Photoplay edition. Steinbeck, John. Tortilla Flat. New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1935 [1942]. Cloth with d/j, 317 pp. Davis, p. 244 (#1). Has photo and mention of film on d/j cover.  Story of Latinos in California, this time with all leads played by Anglo actors. PS3537.T3234 T67 1935.

BATAAN. (1943)

  • 2 lobby cards featuring Cuban actor Desi Arnaz as Felix Ramirez, first is of a line up of soldiers during World War II with Robert Taylor at helm, second with Arnaz at center of table with radio, as others stand around him. Box 7, Folder 6

MEXICAN SPITFIRE’S BLESSED EVENT. (1943) 

  • 2 lobby cards from the last of the RKO film series starring actress Lupe Velez as Carmelita Lindsay. Cards feature Velez with Leon Errol, one with her on phone, one with her holding statue of horse. Box 7, Folder 6

ANTHONY QUINN IN “THE OX-BOW INCIDENT” (1943)

Anthony Quinn was born in Mexico in 1915, but was brought up in the Echo Park area of Los Angeles. As a young actor in Hollywood he met and married Cecil B. DeMille’s daughter Katharine and became part of a royal Hollywood family. During his early years in film, he played supporting characters of vastly different ethnicities from American Indian to Italian, Spaniard and even Asian. His true ancestry was featured in THE OX-BOW INCIDENT, though his most famous role would be that of Alexis Zorba, in ZORBA THE GREEK (1964)

OX-BOW INCIDENT. (1943)

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Box 1, Folder 15. Story set in 1885 Nevada about a lynching, including that of Mexican Juan Martinez, played by Anthony Quinn. 585-30.
  • Photoplay edition. Clark, Walter Van Tilburg. Ox-Bow Incident. New York: Random House Armed Services Edition, 1940.  Wrappers, oblong 8vo, 320 pp. Davis p. 172, #1. Has mention of film on back cover. PS3505.L376 O9 1940.

BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS REY, THE. (1944)

Based on story set in 1800’s Peru, by Thornton Wilder.

  • Lobby card, colorful piece shows Lynn Bari and Francis Lederer at center of town square with villagers surrounding them. Box 7, Folder 6
 

SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS. (1944)

Film stars Portugal born Carmen Miranda presenting Latin style 1940’s song and dance.

  • British campaign book, 8 pp. Box 7, Folder 7.
  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.). Box 1, Folder 16. Carmen Miranda has teeth checked by Phil Silvers.
 

THREE CABALLEROS. (1944)

  • Press book, 6pp. circa 1960’s re-release of Disney musical set in Mexico and including much Latin American pop music and stars Aurora Miranda, Dora Luz and Carmen Molina. Box 1, Folder 17.

CUBAN MADNESS. (1945) 

  • Lobby card for Universal Films musical short, which features Latin Carlos Molina and his orchestra. Box 7, Folder 8.

GAY SENORITA, THE. (1945) 

  • 3 lobby cards from musical film, which tells story of a Mexican suburb in California being pushed out by developers.  Cast includes Mexican born singer Corinna Mura, playing herself. Cards show Mexican dancer in a town square (1 inch tear at bottom); Jinx Falkenburg with Mexican music ensemble; and Jim Bannon, Falkenburg and Steve Cochran in Mexican style clothing. Box 7, Folder 8.

IN OLD NEW MEXICO. (1945)

  • Title lobby card which features Duncan Renaldo as the Cisco Kid. Box 7, Folder 8.

MEXICANA. (1945)

  • Lobby card of Constance Moore singing with a Mexican band. Cast includes Mexican actor Tito Guizar as a Latin American singing heartthrob and Latin American actors Leo Carrillo and Estelita Rodriguez, and is set in Mexico. Box 7, Folder 8.

ROMANCE OF THE RANCHOS. (1945)

  • Radio script, 24 pages (some pages missing). Box #2. Series of weekly fictional stories based on the early days of California, this story presented Feb. 4, 1945. With hand written notes.  Radio scripts of this era are extremely rare, and it is highly unusual to find one about Latino characters.

SAN ANTONIO (1945) 

  • Lobby card, nighttime gun battle.   Featured various Mexican-American actors, including Pedro de Cordoba and Fernando Alvarado. Box 7, Folder 8.

SOUTH OF THE RIO GRANDE (1945) 

  • 7 photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.). Box 1, Folder 18. Cisco Kid adventure with Duncan Renaldo as Cisco and Martin Garralaga as Pancho, Armada and musical group Guadalajara Trio. 4514-121 ED, 4514PV-154, 4514-107, 4514-68, 4514-122 ED, 4514-108, 4514PV-45.

CALIFORNIA. (1946)

(see also, CALIFORNIA. (1963))

  • Photo for 1958 re-release, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) 11411-44. Box 1, Folder 19. Set during the 1848 mass migration to California. Stars Ray Milland, Barbara Stanwyck, Barry Fitzgerald, with Anthony Quinn.
  • Lobby card for 1958 re-release, number 4 with Anthony Quinn, story of the early settling of California. Box 7, Folder 8.

DUEL IN THE SUN. (1946)

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches. Box 1, Folder 20. Western story set in early Texas about tempestuous Mexican/Indian girl Pearl Chavez, played by Jennifer Jones. Photo #sosx-506.

RITA HAYWORTH AS “GILDA”. (1946)

  • 2 Lobby cards from story set in Argentina starring the great Rita Hayworth. One card shows her at a gambling table wearing a red dress, with three men around her. This card has a 1-inch center tear at edge top, and 1-inch center diagonal tear at bottom edge. The second card features her and Glenn Ford at an Argentine street carnival.  There is a small piece torn from the right bottom corner edge.   This film noir masterpiece is recognized as one of Hayworth’s most classic roles. Box 7, Folder 8.

STRANGE VOYAGE. (1946) 

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case Folder #2A. Film stars Elena Verdugo, known for her Latin-American style dancing.

ADVENTURES OF DON COYOTE. (1947) 

  • Title lobby card for Western story set at Mexican American border region with American actors in Latino roles similar to Cisco Kid. Box 7, Folder 8.

COPACABANA. (1947) 

  • 24- by 33-inch Danish poster. Map Case Folder #2A. Film set in a Latin nightclub. Agent (Groucho Marx) has his only client (Carmen Miranda) pose as both a French chanteuse and Brazilian bombshell to fool nightclub owner. Showcase for the great Carmen Miranda.

RICARDO MONTALBAN IN “FIESTA” (1947)

Ricardo Montalban was born in Mexico in 1920. He married Loretta Young’s much younger sister Georgina in 1944 (a marriage still maintained) and was welcomed into a Hollywood family. His older actor brother Carlos brought Ricardo to LA while still a teen, and he learned English and got into Fairfax High, where MGM talent scouts noticed him in a school play. He slowly worked his way up through the training process, which the old Hollywood contract system allowed and by the late 1940’s became a leading man. He maintained that status through the 1950’s and was one of the very few Latino leading men working in Hollywood films during these decades. His career included television in the 1970s and 80s. Today he makes public appearances and, though a permanent resident of the United States, he retains his Mexican citizenship.

FIESTA. (1947)

  • British program booklet, 16pp. Story set in Mexico about a girl (Esther Williams) who becomes a matador, is first film for Mexican born actor Ricardo Montalban and features musical fantasia for piano and orchestra called “El Salon Mexico”. Box 1, Folder 21.
  • (6) Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Box 1, Folder 21. Photos are 1371-16, 1371-19, 1371-20, 1371-24, 1371-55, 1371-62.

FUGITIVE, THE. (1947) 

  • (5) lobby cards including cards 4, 5, 6, 7 (tear at center right edge) and 8.  Stars Dolores Del Rio and Pedro Armendariz and takes place in a Latin American village and is story of a Catholic priest whose ministry is attacked by the government. Cards have minor tears and chips. Box 7, Folder 8.

RITA HAYWORTH AS THE " LADY FROM SHANGHAI." (1947)

  • Press book, folio, 16 pp., folded, separated binding, complete. Rita Hayworth plays Rosalie in one of the legendary classics of film noir, directed by her then husband, Orson Welles. Box 5, Folder 1.
  • Advertising section, folio, 12 pp., loose. Box 5, Folder 1.
  • Special advertising supplement, folio, 4 pages, folded. Box 5, Folder 1.

RIDE THE PINK HORSE. (1947) 

  • 2 lobby cards for mystery tale, which takes place in a border town during a Mexican fiesta, both cards featuring Thomas Gomez as Pancho. Box 7, Folder 8.
  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case Folder #2A.

WEST TO GLORY. (1947)

Western set at a border town with Mexican characters, including Dolores Castle as Maria, a representative of the Mexican government.

  • 2 Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Photos are 525-55 and 525-59. Box 1, Folder 22.

3 GODFATHERS. (1948) 

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.). Box 1, Folder 23. Three outlaws on the run discover a dying woman and her baby. They swear to bring the infant to safety across the desert, even at the risk of their own lives. Cast includes Pedro Armenderiz as Pedre Fuerte. #ARG-83.

KISSING BANDIT. (1948)

Story set in 1830 California of timid son of a Mexican bandit (Frank Sinatra as Ricardo) who is encouraged to follow in his father’s footsteps.  He becomes the romantic kissing (and singing) bandit.

  • Title lobby card. Box 7, Folder 8.
  • 14 by 36 inch poster. Map Case, Folder #1.

RED RIVER. (1948) 

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Paul Fiero plays Fernandez. Box 5, Folder 1.

SILVER TRAILS. (1948) 

  • 3 Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.).Box 1, Folder 24. Story includes Mexican landowners in early California.

TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE. (1948) 

  • Photoplay edition. Traven, B. Treasure of the Sierra Madre. New York: Pocket Books, May, 1948. Wrappers, 329 pp. DAVIS, p. 246, #3. Art front and mention of film on cover.   Fourth paperback edition. PT3919.T7 S43 1948.

BATTLEGROUND. (1949)

World War II story of the American 101st Airborne Division squad including Mexican American Pvt. Johnny Roderigues played by Ricardo Montalban.

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case Folder #2A.

BORDER INCIDENT. (1949)

Very important role for star Ricardo Montalban as Mexican Federal agent Pablo Rodriguez who is investigating illegal Mexican citizens smuggled into California to be farm workers.   Very possibly the first Hollywood studio film dealing with the plight of illegal aliens.

  • 2 Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) 1448-57, 1448-72. Box 1, Folder 25.
  • 27- by 41- inch poster. Map Case Folder #2A.

DARING CABALLERO, THE. (1949)

Story in the Cisco Kid film series with Duncan Renaldo and Leo Carrillo.

  • 2 Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.)  Photo #CK3-17, CK3-5. Box 1, Folder 26.

GAY AMIGO. (1949) 

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Another Cisco Kid story with Renaldo and Carrillo, CKB-40. Box 1, Folder 27.
  • 5 Lobby Cards. Box 7, Folder 8.

SATAN’S CRADLE. (1949)

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.).  Cisco Kid (Duncan Renaldo) and Pancho (Leo Carrillo) ride horses in the desert. SC-27. Box 1, Folder 28.

WE WERE STRANGERS. (1949)

John Huston thriller about a group of revolutionaries trying to overthrow the brutal right wing Cuban Regime in 1933. Jennifer Jones plays China Valdez. Latino actors include Ramon Navarro, Gilbert Roland, Pedro Armendariz, Jose Perez and Tito Rinaldo.

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case Folder #2A.

BANDIT QUEEN, THE. (1950)

  • Lobby card of Barbara Britton playing a Latin American female Robin Hood – Zarra Montalvo. Includes Latino actors Lalo Rios and Pepe Hern. Box 8, Folder 1.

BELLE OF OLD MEXICO. (1950) 

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. Estelita Rodgriguez starring vehicle. Box 5, Folder 2.

FURIES, THE. (1950)

Psychological Western story set in New Mexico territory of the 1870s with Mexican American characters including Gilbert Roland as Juan Herrera, Thomas Gomez as El Tigre and Movita as Chiquita.

  • Lobby card. Box 8, Folder 1.

RIGHT CROSS. (1950)

Using boxing as a vehicle, the movie deals with fidelity, racism, and the struggle in post-WW II USA between those achieving the American Dream and those blocked out by class and ethnicity. Ricardo Montalban is starred.

  • 27- by 41- inch poster. Map Case Folder #2B.

TORCH, THE [LA TORCHA]. (1950)

A revolutionary and his band take over a small Mexican town. The townspeople begin to take sides over whether to fight him, join forces with him or just try to get along with him. Film set and made in Mexico with American star Paulette Goddard playing Maria Dolores and directed by Mexican-born Emilio Fernandez, and featuring Pedro Armendariz, Gilbert Roland, Jose Torvay and several other Mexican actors.

  • 27- by 39-inch Mexican poster (conserved on linen). Map Case Folder #2B. Show piece item with huge artwork portrait of Pedro Armendariz.

APACHE DRUMS. (1951)  

Story set in 1880 New Mexico town of Spanish Boot, with Mexican-American characters.

  • 27- by 41-inch poster, 1956 re-release. Map Case Folder #2B.
  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Cast Photo with credits at right. Box 1, Folder 29.

BRAVE BULLS (1951)

Story set in the village of Cuenca, Mexico concerning bull fighting.  Cast includes Mexican and Latino actors Anthony Quinn, Eugene Iglesias, Jose Torvay, Charlita, Jose Luise Vasquez, Alfonso Alvirez, Alfredo Aguilar, Francisco Balderas, Felipe Mota, Pepe Lopez and Mose Meza. Leading actor Mel Ferrer plays bullfighter Luis Bello. Photos are of Ferrer and Miroslava Stern, who had lived and would die in Mexico a few years later.

  • 2 photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm 975-270, 975-347). Box 1, Folder 30.
  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #2B.

BULLFIGHTER AND THE LADY. (1951) 

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp., folded, with considerable edge wear.  Gilbert Roland plays a famous Mexico City bullfighter.
  • Ad section, folio, 12 pp. Box 5, Folder 2.
  • Promotional flyer, folio, 2 pp. Box 5, Folder 2.
  • 27- by 41-inch poster (a few tears). Map Case #2B.

CUBAN FIREBALL. (1951)

  • (17) 8- by10-inch (20 by 26 cm.) photos. Film features Cuban born Estelita Rodriguez as a Cuban spitfire in a comedy film. Estelita was a favorite of a Republic Studios mogul who starred her in roles similar to those once reserved for Lupe Velez.  At one time, it was rumored she would star in a biography of Velez.  Photos are 1786- 1, 4, 7, 9, 10, 15, 17, 18, 21, 40, 41, 42, 23, 46, 48, 55, 58. Box 1, Folder 31.

RHYTHM INN. (1951)

Armada appears as a specialty dancer.

  • 27- by 41-inch poster.  Map Case, Folder #2B.

FABULOUS SENORITA. (1952) 

Comedy film featuring Cuban star Estelita Rodriguez and also featuring early role for Rita Moreno.

  • 27 - by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #3A.

LONE STAR. (1952) 

Set on Mexico/Texas border at time of Andrew Jackson’s presidency.

  • Photoplay edition. Chase, Borden. Lone Star. New York: Gold Medal Books [1952]. Wrappers, 179 pp. DAVIS, p. 131. Cover art depiction from the film, mention on the back.  First Edition. PS3553.H418 L6 1952.

ONE BIG AFFAIR. (1952)

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp.  Cast includes Mexican actor Jose Torvay and takes place during tour of Mexico. Box 5, Folder 2.

THIEF OF VENICE. (1952)

  • Lobby card, number 4. Starring Dominican Republic-born star Maria Montez. Box 8, Folder 1.

TROPICAL HEATWAVE. (1952) 

  • Press book, folio, 6 pp. Another vehicle for Estelita Rodriguez, though she is now simply billed as Estelita (the toast of Pan America). Box 5, Folder 2.

JOHN STEINBECK'S "VIVA ZAPATA!" (1952)

  • 2 lobby cards, numbers 2, 4, 5 featuring Marlon Brando as Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata in biographic story by John Steinbeck. Also stars Anthony Quinn as Eufemio. Box 8, Folder 1.
  • 4 Italian lobby cards, 14 by 19 inches (35 by 48 cm.) with images of Brando about to kiss Jean Peters, Anthony Quinn doing Mexican dance with Margo, Mexican official in his office and Brando with Peters who is wearing shawl around head. Box 5, Folder 2.
  • Italian poster, 13 by 28 inches (33 by 71 cm) (ca 1965 release). Map Case, Folder #1.

WAY OF A GAUCHO. (1952)

  • Press book, folio, 16 pp., for movie filmed on location in Argentina. Box 5, Folder 2.
  • 14- by 36-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #1.

YO SOY MEXICANO DE ACA DE ESTE LADO. (I AM MEXICAN) (1952)

Mexican 27- by 39-inch poster, on linen. Remarkably designed Mexican film poster for film with an all-Mexican cast, made in Mexico. Map Case, Folder #3A.

APPOINTMENT IN HONDURAS. (1953)

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Story takes place in jungle of Central America. Cast includes Rodolfo Acosta. Box 5, Folder 3.

FIRST TELEVISION SHOW WITH LATINO THEME [CISCO KID]

This collection contains a number of examples from films featuring the character of the Cisco Kid.  The Kid made it to the television screen in 1950 and flourished there, only going off the air after seven successful years.  Clearly, this was the first television show with a Latino theme.  Scripts from this very early part of television history are VERY rare, and we are especially pleased to be offer two scripts from this trailblazing show, both with extensive MS annotations by people who worked on the show.

CISCO KID (1953)

  • Script, 51 pp., for television series, episode 80B by George Callahan, Final Master Script March 8, 1953. Hand written directional notes throughout, original front and back covers. Box #2.
  • The series drew on a long list of writers over its long life (1950-1956). George Callahan had a number of other television series to his credit, as well as writing credits for several Charlie Chan and Shadow films of the 1940s. This is an interesting copy, with the ownership signature and very extensive annotations of Larry Lund, the script supervisor, as well as an occasional writer for the series. Lund has covered each page of text, as well as much of the facing verso, with notes on staging, camera angles, and endless details about the actual shooting of the script.
  • CISCO KID. (1953) Script, 40 pp., for television series, episode 90B by Ben Markson, Final Master Script May 27, 1953. This was the script supervisor’s copy and contains hand written notes and notes in graphs on every page. There is some water staining on pages, front and back covers present, front cover loose, complete.  Very rare item. The series ran between 1950 and 1956. The stories involved the Cisco Kid and his English-mangling sidekick Pancho traveling through the old west in the grand tradition of the Lone Ranger, righting wrongs and fighting injustice wherever they find it. Stars of the series, who had also played in the film series, were Duncan Renaldo and Leo Carrillo. Box #2.

BLOWING WILD. (1953) 

  • Promotional flyer, 8 pp., for Scandinavian release under the title

“FLAMMER OVER MEXICO.”

Story of oil digging in South America, with Anthony Quinn as Ward ‘Paco’ Conway.

  • Cast includes Mexican actor Juan Garcia. Box 1, Folder 32.

MEXICAN MANHUNT. (1953) 

  • Press book, folio, 6 pp. Mystery story set in Mexico. Box 5, Folder 3.

RIDE VAQUERO! (1953) 

  • Press book, 4 pp. Dual presentation with ESCAPE FROM FORT BRAVO.  Story is about the settling of Texas cattle ranches after the American Civil War in includes Mexican American characters. Anthony Quinn plays Jose Esquedo, and cast includes Joe Dominguez and Movita. Box 5, Folder 3.
  • 14- by 36-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #1.

RITA HAYWORTH (1953)

  • Press photo, 5½ by 9 inches (14 by 23 cm.) Rita holds her second daughter Yasmin. Text is about her divorce settlement from Prince Aly Khan, in which she refuses his offer as he requests their daughter be brought up as Moslem and she insists she “be brought up as an American.” Box 1, Folder 33.

SANGAREE. (1953) 

  • Lobby card, Argentine star Fernando Lamas portrays. Dr.Carlos Morales in story set at end of American Revolution. Lamas fights with man at a party in this card. Box 8, Folder 1.

SHARK RIVER. (1953) 

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. Story takes place in Cuba. Box 5, Folder 3.

THUNDER BAY. (1953) 

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Story of fisherman includes a leading role for Gilbert Roland.  # 1719-14. Box 1, Folder 34.

TREASURE OF THE GOLDEN CONDOR. (1953)

Story of a treasure hunt is set in the hills of Guatemala.

  • 22 - by 28-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #3A.

PASSION. (1954) 

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #3A. Story set in early California, with Latin American characters played by American actors, with the exception of Rodolfo Acosta.

UNTOUCHED. (1954)

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp.  Melodrama set in Vera-Cruz jungle, with Ricardo Montalban as star.  Mexican-made film with Mexican cast, director and staff. Box 5, Folder 3.

VERA CRUZ. (1954)

Story of two men who escort a countess across a hostile territory of Vera Cruz during time of Emperor Maximillian. Cast includes Cesar Romero.

  • 2 Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.).  VCPS- 7 Burt Lancaster atop a horse fights with Mexicans.  VC-19- Performers do a Mexican style dance. Box 1, Folder 35.

AMERICANO. (1955) 

Glenn Ford is an American worker in the Brazilian Amazons. Filmed on location and includes Latin actors Caesar Romero as Manuel Silvera, Rodolfo Hoyas Jr. as Christino, Salvador Baguez as Captain Gonzalez and George Navarro as Tuba.

  • Press book, folio, 16 pp. Box 5, Folder 4.
  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #3B.

APACHE AMBUSH. (1955) 

  • British Press book, 4 pp. Cast includes Alex Montoya and Movita as Mexican characters. Box 5, Folder 4.
  • Press book, folio, 8 pages. Box 5, Folder 4.

FURY IN PARADISE. (1955) 

  • 27- by 41- inch poster. Map Case, Folder #3B. Story set in 1910 Mexico during revolt against dictator Porfirio Diaz. Cast includes Edurado Noriega.

KISS OF FIRE. (1955)

Set in Mexican California of the early 1700’s.

  • Press book, folio, 10 pp. Box 5, Folder 4.

LITTLEST OUTLAW, THE. (1955) 

  • Press book, folio, 12 pp., covers detached.  Pedro Armendariz in this Disney film set in Mexico. Box 5, Folder 4.
  • 27 by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #3B.

MAGNIFICENT MATADOR, THE. (1955) 

  • Press book, folio, 16 pp.  Anthony Quinn plays a famous Mexican matador in this film about the Mexican bullring, which also starred various other real-life Mexican matadors. Box 5, Folder 4.

NAKED DAWN. (1955) 

  • Press book, folio, 10 pages, folded. Story of Mexican bandit includes Latino actors Tony Martinez, Charilita and Eugene Iglesias. Box 5, Folder 5.

SEVEN CITIES OF GOLD. (1955) 

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.). A historical drama about Portola's expedition to California in 1769 in search of fabled wealthy cities, the settlement of the Spanish at San Diego. Photo is 921-30 and pictures the expedition group, including star Anthony Quinn. Rita Moreno was also featured. Box 1, Folder 36.
  • 22- by 28-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #3B.

SILENT FEAR. (1955)

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Story of fishing trip taking place in Acapulco and Mexico City. Box 5, Folder 5.

TREASURE OF PANCHO VILLA. (1955)

Western saga from time of Mexican revolution. In 1913, an American soldier of fortune joins the ranks of Mexican patriot Pancho Villa. Cast includes Gilbert Roland.

  • (8) 8- by10-inch (20 by 26 cm.) color photos, numbers 1-4, 7-9 and 11.Box 1, Folder 37.
  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) TPV-49 Rory Calhoun and Roland face group of Mexican outlaws. Box 1, Folder 37.

TRIAL. (1955)

Important film dealing with racism. Story of Mexican teenager Angel Chavez (Rafael Campos) who is accused of murder. Katy Jurado plays his mother.

  • Press book, folio, 24 pp. Box 5, Folder 5.
  • Promotional flyer, newspaper style folio, 4 pp. Box 5, Folder 5.
  • Press book supplement, folio, 4 pp. Box 5, Folder 5.
  • Press book supplement, 4to, 4 pp. Box 5, Folder 5.
  • Photoplay edition. Mankiewicz, Don. Trial. New York: Harper and Brothers, [1955]. Cloth in dust jacket, 306 pp. Davis, p. 246, #2. D.J. has wrap-around photo art and text about movie.   This wrap-around is very rarely found. PS3563.A54 T7.

BANDIDO. (1956)

  • Lobby card, number 6, story about arms dealer and a mercenary who cross swords during the 1916 Mexican revolution starring Mexican born Gilbert Roland as Col. Escobar. Box 8, Folder 1.
  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Box 5, Folder 5.

BRAVE ONE. (1956)

  • (5) Lobby cards, numbers 1, 3, 4, 5 and 7 from story set and filmed in Mexico City and areas of Mexico. Cast includes Mexican actors Rodolpho Hoyas Jr., Elsa Cardenas, Carlos Navarro, Carlos Fernandez. Box 8, Folder 1.

BROKEN STAR, THE (1956) 

  • Title lobby card. Western story of Mexican-American characters set in Arizona. Box 8, Folder 1.
  • Press book, folio, 6 pp., minor tear at bottom of pages. Box 5, Folder 5.

BURNING HILLS. (1956) 

  • 8- by 10-inch (20 by 26 cm.) photo.  Western story of a half-breed Mexican girl (Natalie Wood) who runs with her boyfriend after he kills the man who murdered his brother. Photo 827-20. Box 1, Folder 38.

CHA-CHA-CHA BOOM. (1956)

  • 7 lobby cards.  Musical featuring various Latino mambo groups. Box 8, Folder 1.
  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #3B.

CROWDED PARADISE. (1956) 

  • Press book. Story, partially filmed in Puerto Rico of young man who come to New York City and finds prejudices when he falls in love with a Latino American girl. Box 5, Folder 6.

DESERT WARRIOR. (1956) 

  • Press book, 4 pp.  Epic romance stars Ricardo Montalban. Box 5, Folder 6.

GIANT. (1956)

Subplot of classic George Stevens Texas epic involves mistreatment of Mexican Americans.

  • Press book, folio, 44 pp. Subplot involves treatment of Mexican Americans. Box 5, Folder 6.
  • Photoplay edition. Ferber, Edna. Giant. London: Gollancz, 1957. Cloth with d/j., 384 pp. Davis, p. 81, #2. Photo and mention on cover.   Sixth English edition but first English edition with added elements relating to film. PS3511.E46 G5 1952b.
  • Photoplay edition. Ferber, Edna. Giant. New York: Pocket Books, Cardinal edition, January 1954 (3rd printing, September 1956.)  Wrappers, 389 pp. Davis, p. 81, #3. Picture and mention on cover, back and first page.   Third paperback edition but first printing with added elements relating to film. PS3511.E46 G5 1954.
  • Photoplay edition. Ferber, Edna, Géant. Paris: Librarie Stock, 395 pp.  Not in DAVIS.  First French edition.  Photos and mention of film on cover and back, 6 Photos throughout book. PS3511.E46 G54 1958.

GINA. (1956)

  • Press book, folio, 6 pp., for 1961 American release of Luis Bunuel film set in South American diamond-mining village of Cacazu. Box 5, Folder 6.

JAGUAR. (1956) 

  • Press book, folio, 6 pp.  Story is set in the Amazon jungles of South America. Box 5, Folder 6.

LEATHER SAINT. (1956) 

  • Press book, folio, 16 pp. Cesar Romero is featured in major role as fight manager Tony Lorenzo. Box 8, Folder 2.

MAN FROM DEL RIO. (1956) 

  • Photo, 8 by10 inches (20 by 26 cm). Story of a Mexican gunfighter who becomes a sheriff, featuring Anthony Quinn. Box 1, Folder 39.

MASSACRE. (1956) 

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.). The plot concerns the capture of a band of Yaqui Indians, gun smugglers and Mexican Federales, all leading to a massacre. Filmed in Mexico with American and Mexican actors playing the Latino roles.  #M-65. Box 1, Folder 40.

SERENADE. (1956) 

  • Lobby card featuring Mario Lanza as opera star who plays engagement in Mexico City at the National Theatre, falls ill at a San Miguel de Allende town festival and is cared for by Mexican girl, Sara Montiel as Juana Montes. Both featured in this card. Box 8, Folder 1.
  • Press book, folio, 20 pp. Box 5, Folder 7.

THUNDERSTORM. (1956) 

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. fragile.  Romantic story featuring Latin American actors, Carlos Thompson (Argentine), Linda Christian (Mexico), Tito Junco (Mexico) and Catherina Ferraz (Portugal). Box 5, Folder 7.

EIGHTEEN AND ANXIOUS. (1957) 

  • Press book, folio, 9 pp. Exploitation film about “wild” 1950’s teenagers who go to Tijuana to elope. Box 5, Folder 7.

GUN BATTLE AT MONTEREY. (1957) 

Western adventure with Mexican characters.

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. 2 Copies. Map Case, Folder #3C.
  • 2 photos. Box 1, Folder 41.

GUNS OF FORT PETTICOAT. (1957) 

  • 22- by 28-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #3C. Story set on Mexican border at end of American Civil War.

PANAMA SAL. (1957) 

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Musical set in Panama with dancing actress Elena Verdugo, who often played Latin American t roles as a dancer or senorita in Universal B-horror and musical films before settling in as Dr. Marcus Welby’s general practitioner Consuela Lopez in the long running TV series. Box 5, Folder 7.

RAIDERS OF OLD CALIFORNIA. (1957) 

  • Press book, folio, 6 pp. Story of 1848 war with Mexico. Box 5, Folder 7.

RIDE BACK. (1957) 

Western story takes place in Mexico with Anthony Quinn playing an outlaw who is being brought back to the United States.

  • Press book, folio, 12 pp. Box 5, Folder 7.
  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #3C.
  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Quinn atop Lita Milan. Box 1, Folder 42.

STOWAWAY GIRL. (1957)

  • Press book, folio, 9 pp. Original title was MANUELA. Film stars Mexican actor Pedro Armenariz. Box 5, Folder 8.

TIJUANA STORY, THE. (1957)

Tijuana is a city ridden with crime, vice and corruption, with the local Mexican mob stopping anyone who attempts to clean up the city. However, the mob meets its match when a brave newspaper editor challenges it. Cast includes Rodolfo Acosta.

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #3C.
  • Press book, folio, 4 pp, tears at edge. Box 5, Folder 8.

BADLANDERS. (1958)

  • 27- by 41-inch poster with tears and chips. Story of two men released from the Arizona Territorial Prison at Yuma in 1898; one seeks gold and revenge and the other tries to go straight but gets caught up in the scheme. Mexican characters include Katy Jurado as Anita. Map case, Folder #4A.

LITTLE ANGEL. (1958)

  • Press kit, 4to, 28 pp. Marita (Maria Gracia), a charming little girl, lives in the country with his grandmother. Her best friend is a modest servant, Anselmo (Jorge Martínez de Hoyos), who almost everyday takes the girl to visit the church known as "Guadalupe's Basilica", an important temple in Mexico City, where she discovers Virgin Guadalupe and the legend about her apparitions in that place. Film was made in Mexico, with Mexican cast. Box 1, Folder 43.

MACHETE. (1958)

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.). Story of murder in Caribbean jungles. Mari Blanchard and Albert Dekker converse with two men next to a car at jungle location. Box 1, Folder 44.

OLD MAN AND THE SEA, THE. (1958)

  • Lobby card #6.  Spencer Tracy as a Cuban fisherman in classic Hemingway adaptation. Box 8, Folder 1.
  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #4A.
  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Tracy in his rowboat. Box 1, Folder 45.

SIERRA BARON. (1958)

  • Press book, folio, 6 pp. Story involves the Mexican-U.S. peace treaty. Box 5, Folder 8.
  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map case, Folder #4A.

SIGN OF ZORRO. (1958)

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #4A. Disney version of the swashbuckling Latin American hero.

ORSON WELLES "TOUCH OF EVIL". (1958)

An automobile is blown up as it crosses the Mexican border into the United States. Mike Vargas (Charlton Heston), a high ranking Mexican narcotics official on honeymoon with his bride Susie (Janet Leigh) is drawn into the investigation because a Mexican national has been accused of the crime.  Classic Orson Welles film noir, which investigates corruption on both sides of the U.S.-Mexican border.

  • Photoplay edition. Masterson, Whit. Touch of Evil. New York: Bantam Books, [1958]. Wrappers, 169 pp. Davis, p. 244. Has mention of and photos from film on front and back covers.  First paperback edition (book was originally published under the title “Badge of Evil.”) PS3563.A835 T68 1958.

VILLA. (1958)

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp.  Mexican actor Rodolfo Hoyos plays Pancho Villa, and cast includes CESAR Romero, Rita Moreno, Carlos Muzquiz , Mario Navarro and Enrique Lucero. Box 5, Folder 8.

BATTLE FLAME. (1959)

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. World War II story with Robert Blake playing Latin American Cpl. Pacheco. Box 5, Folder 8.

CUBAN REBEL GIRLS. (1959)

Errol Flynn, playing himself as a war correspondent, helps Fidel Castro overthrow Cuban dictator Batista. The film was shot, with Castro's cooperation, while he was fighting Batista. Several Cuban actors are in the cast. Flynn died within months of finishing this film.

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Box 5, Folder 9.

HOLIDAY FOR LOVERS. (1959)

  • Press book, folio, 3-page supplements.  Story is about Mexican tourists going to the South American countries of Sao Paulo, Rio, Lima and Trinidad. Box 5, Folder 9.
  • Supplement, folio, 1 pp. Box 5, Folder 9.

PIER 5 HAVANA. (1959)

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Crime programmer set in post revolutionary Havana includes Eduardo Noriega and Paul Fierro in cast. Box 5, Folder 9.

ALAMO, THE. (1960)

John Wayne directed this film, which does not attempt to portray the Mexican viewpoint of this historical event.

  • Lobby card depicting the famous battle, including the Mexican army of 1836. Box 8, Folder 3.
  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Wide-angle location shot of the battle. Box 1, Folder 46.
  • Photoplay edition. Frazee, Steve, The Alamo. New York: Avon Book Division [1960], Wrappers, 160 pp. DAVIS, p. 5, #1. Has photos on and inside front and back covers from film.  First edition. PS3556.R38 L3 1960.
  • Photoplay edition. Tinkle, Lon. The Alamo (original title: 13 Days To Glory.) New York: Signet Books. [1960]. Wrappers, 176 pp. DAVIS, p. 5, #2. Has one photo from movie on back cover.  First paperback edition. F390.T5 1960.

FACTS OF LIFE. (1960)

  • Photoplay edition. Fuller, Roger (based on original screenplay by Norman Panama and Melvin Frank). The Facts of Life. New York: Permabook, [1960]. Wrappers, 247 pp.  DAVIS, p. 68. Has reference and Photos on front and back covers.  Story is about American couples on vacation in Mexico.  First paperback edition. PS3556.U662 F3 1960.

GO NAKED IN THE WORLD. (1960)

  • Press book, folio, 12 pp. Filmed in Acapulco, Mexico. Box 5, Folder 9.

PEPE. (1960)

  • Lobby card features top Mexican star Cantinflas, in scene with Kim Novak. Box 8, Folder 3.
  • 27- by 41-inch poster. 2 Copies. Map Case, Folder #4A.

THIS REBEL BREED. (1960)

  • Press book, folio, 14pp. Story of wild youth of various ethnicities including Puerto Rican-born Rita Moreno as Lola. Box 5, Folder 9.
  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #4A.

LONG ROPE, THE. (1961)

  • Exhibitors campaign sheet, folio, 2 pp., folded with minor fold tears. John Alonzo and Linda Cordova play Mexican characters. Box 1, Folder 47.

ONE-EYED JACKS. (1961)

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #4A. Western story of a bank robbery in Mexico. Cast includes Katy Jurado, Miriam Colon and Rodolfo Acosta.

PUSHER, THE. (1961)

  • Campaign sheet, folio, folded, edge wear at bottom. Sara Amman plays Maria Hernandez. Box 5, Folder 10.

WEST SIDE STORY. (1961)

Musical story based on “Romeo and Juliet.” Set in late 1950’s New York City, with a feud between rival gangs, one Anglo, one Puerto Rican, as the complication to a passionate romance. One of the classic Hollywood films about Latinos. Amongst the many awards given to the film (including Best Picture) was the first ever to a Latin American actress, Puerto Rican born Rita Moreno, who won the Best Supporting Actress award for her portrayal of Anita. Music by Leonard Bernstein; lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; choreography by Jerome Robbins.

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. Post Academy Award version. 2 copies.Box 5, Folder 10.
  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. Post Academy Award version (variant of above). Box 5, Folder 10.

YOUNG SAVAGES. (1961)

  • Press book, folio, 12 pp. Story involves the murder of a blind Puerto Rican boy. Box 5, Folder 10.

DANGEROUS CHARTER. (1962)

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Voyage includes a stop at La Paz, Mexico. Box 5, Folder 10.

DAUGHTER OF THE SUNGOD. (1962)

  • Press book, folio, 5 pp. A jungle expedition in South America battles giant snakes, crocodiles and discovers an Inca goddess. Box 5, Folder 10.

FIREBRAND. (1962)

A Mexican outlaw begins a one-man war against corrupt California Rangers whom are harassing Hispanic locals during the California Gold Rush. Valentin de Vargas is featured actor.

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #4B.

FOREVER MY LOVE. (1962)

  • Press book, folio, 10 pp. Story references Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico 1832-1867. Box 6, Folder 1.

FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE, THE. (1962)

From the classic Ibanez novel, in this version set in Buenos Aires in 1938 just at start of World War II.

  • Script, 181 pp. and 1 page summary. Script draft of 11-7-60 from writers Robert Adrey and John Gay. Vincente Minnelli directed this film for MGM. Box #2.
  • Press book, folio, 20 pp. Box 6, Folder 1.
  • (6) Color Photos, numbers 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 11. Box 1, Folder 48.
  • 4 Black and white Photos, 1771-28, 1771-89E, 1771-119 and 1771-123. Box 1, Folder 48.

GUNS OF DARKNESS. (1962)

  • Press book, folio, 10 pp., folded. Story is set in South America during revolution. Box 6, Folder 1.

REQUIEM FOR A HEAVYWEIGHT. (1962)

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. Boxing story with Anthony Quinn playing Louis ‘Mountain’ Rivera. Box 6, Folder 1.

WE’LL BURY YOU. (1962)

  • Press book, folio, 6 pp., seam tears. Documentary about communism explores Castro’s Cuba. Box 6, Folder 1.

CALIFORNIA. (1963)

  • Press book, folio, 6 pp.  Story of the uprise against the Mexican government in 1841 in the fight for California statehood (bears no resemblance to the 1946 film by the same name). Starring Jock Mahoney, Faith Domergue. Cast includes Rodolfo Hoyas Jr. and and several Latino American actors. Box 8, Folder 4.
  • British Campaign guide, 4 pp. Box 1, Folder 49.
  • 4 photos. Box 1, Folder 49.
DIME WITH A HALO. (1963)

Five Mexican street urchins steal a dime from the church's collection box and bet it on a racehorse.

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #4B.
  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. Box 6, Folder 2.

OF LOVE AND DESIRE. (1963)

  • Press book, folio, 6 pp. Romantic story of American engineer who goes to Mexico for work. Filmed in Mexico and includes Mexican actors Eduardo Noriega, Rebecca Iturbide, Elsa Cardenas, Tony Carbajal, Aurora Munoz, Felix Gonzalez, Felipe de Flores. Box 6, Folder 2.

GET YOURSELF A COLLEGE GIRL. (1964)

  • Lobby card 3 features Stan Getz band and Astrud Gilberto singing hit “The Girl From Ipanema.” Box 8, Folder 3.

GUNFIGHTERS OF CASA GRANDE. (1964)

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp., folded, tear at top, all paper present. Story set at end of American Civil War about 5 gunfighters who take over a hacienda in Mexico to steal cattle. Box 6, Folder 2.

KISSES FOR MY PRESIDENT. (1964)

  • (8) Lobby cards. Eli Wallach plays visiting Mexican dignitary Valdez in story of female U.S. president whose husband must entertain the misbehaving guest. Box 8, Folder 3.
  • Press book, folio, 28 pp. Box 6, Folder 2.
  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #4B.

KITTEN WITH A WHIP. (1964)

Young female delinquent stabs a staff member at a detention center, sets the place on fire, escapes, kidnaps a politician and forces him to drive her and a wounded accomplice to Tijuana.

  • Photoplay edition. Miller, Wade, Kitten with a Whip. Greenwich: Gold Medal Books, [1964], Wrappers, 174 pp. Davis, p. 117. Reference to film on cover, photo from film on front and back covers. PS3573.A3 K57 1959.

NIGHT OF THE IGUANA. (1964)

Tennessee Williams adaptation, directed by John Huston, takes place at a crumbling beachfront hotel in Mexico.

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #4B.

OUTRAGE. (1964)

Paul Newman plays Mexican bandit Juan Carrasco in story of a murder, told from different views.  MGM remake of Japanese classic “Rashomon,” but set in the Mexican desert.

  • Press book, folio, 16 pp. (2 copies) Box 6, Folder 2.
  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #4B.
  • 14- by 36-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #1.

RIO CONCHOS. (1964)

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Set during American Civil war, tale of a Captain sent to Mexico to investigate stolen guns. Map Case, Folder #4B.
  • 27- by 41-inch poster, Spanish. Map Case, Folder #4B.

TAGGART. (1964)

  • Press book, 2 pp. fold out. Western story features Mexican born actress Elsa Cardenas as Consuela Stark. Box 6, Folder 3.

GUNMEN OF THE RIO GRANDE. (1965)

  • Press book, folio, 6 pp. Set on the Mexican border, tale of Wyatt Earp with Latino supporting actors and characters. Box 6, Folder 3.

HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA. (1965)

  • - Press book, folio, 6 pp. Story set on the seas in 1870 involving Latino pirate Juan Chavez played by Anthony Quinn.  Adapted from novel by Richard Hughes. Box 6, Folder 3.

MURIETA! (1965)

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. Story of Mexican peasant Joaquin Murieta who travels to early California. Box 6, Folder 3.

REWARD, THE. (1965)

Story set on Mexican border includes actors Gilbert Roland, Rodolfo Acosta, Julian Rivero, Rafael Lopez, and Carmen Rivero.

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. 2 Copies. Map Case, Folder #5.
  • 14- by 36-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #1.
  • Press book, folio, 10 pp. Box 6, Folder 3.
  • Photoplay edition. Barrett, Michael. The Reward. Connecticut, Fawcett Gold Medal Book, 1956.  Wrappers, 160 pp. Davis, p. 194, has movie ad on cover and photos on back. PR6052.A7735 R48 1956.

AND NOW MIGUEL. (1966)

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. Story of Mexican boy Miguel Chavez who wants to become a shepherd. Box 6, Folder 4.
  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #5.
  • (5) Photos, 8 by 10 inch (20 by 26 cm.) #1968-12, 1968-17, 1968-24, 1968-40, 1968-49. Box 1, Folder 50.

APPALOOSA, THE. (1966)

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Mexican bandit takes a man’s horse, cast includes Emilio Fernandez, Puerto Rican-born Miriam Colon and Santiago-born Rafael Campos. Box 6, Folder 4.
  • 14- by 36-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #1.
  • Photoplay edition. Macleod, Robert. The Appaloosa. Greenwich: Fawcett Gold Medal Book, 1963 [1966].  Wrappers, 144 pp.  Davis, p. 10. Mentions film on cover. PS3563.A3182 A76 1963b.

BIG GUNDOWN, THE. (1966)

  • 22- by 28-inch poster, with some tears and fading. Map Case, Folder #5. Unofficial lawman John Corbett hunts down Cuchillo Sanchez, a Mexican peasant accused of raping and killing a 12-year-old girl. Cast includes Cuban actor Tomas Milian.

HILLS RUN RED. (1966)

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp., advertised with Matchless. Story in 1860’s, with many Latino characters. Box 6, Folder 4.
MONEY TRAP, THE. (1966)  Ricardo Montalban plays Pete Delanos, a Mexican-American policeman who gets caught up in a murderous scheme in this gloomy film noir, which features such other Latino actors as Eugene Iglesias and Teri Sandoval.  Rita Hayworth is starred.

  • British press book, 4 to 6 pp.  Box 6, Folder 4.
  • 2 Press books, folio, 8 pp. Box 6, Folder 4.
  • (5) Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) 1834-8, 1834-58, 1834-91, two with printed credits. Box 1, Folder 51.
  • Photo, 5 by 7 inches (12 by 18 cm.) Montalban boxes with Glenn Ford. Box 1, Folder 51.
  • 14- by 36-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #1.

PROFESSIONALS, THE. (1966)

  • Press book, folio, 12 pp.  A group of mercenaries go to rescue wife of rich American millionaire from Mexican bandit-guerrilla at time of 1917 Mexican revolution. Box 8, Folder 5.
  • 8 lobby cards. Box 8, Folder 3.
  • Photoplay edition. O’Rourke, Frank. The Professionals. New York: Avon Books, 1969, Wrappers, 176 pp. DAVIS, p. 184, #1. Photos front cover, film mention on front and back covers.   Third paperback edition.  (Book was originally published in hardback under the title “A Mule for the Marquesa.”) PS3529 .R6 M8 1969.
  • Photoplay edition. O’Rourke, Fran. The Professionals. London: Fontana Books, [1967]. Wrappers, 159 pp. Davis, p. 184, #3.  Has photos and mention on front and back covers.   This British paperback edition is the first British edition. PS3529 .R6 M8 1967.

RAGE. (1966)

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp.  Cast includes David Reynoso and Jose Elias Moreno. Box 6, Folder 4.
  • Promotional flyer, 4 pp. Box 6, Folder 4.

RETURN OF THE SEVEN. (1966)

  • Press book, folio, 12 pp. Set in Mexican village, featuring Rudolfo Acosta, Emilio Fernandez, Carlos Casaravilla and others. Box 6, Folder 5.

TALL WOMEN. (1966)

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Western story featuring Gustavo Rojo. Box 8, Folder 6.
  • Press book supplement, folio, 4 pp. Box 8, Folder 6.

TEXICAN, THE. (1966)

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Story of a man living in Texas who leaves to avenge his brother’s death. Included in cast is Luz Marquez, Molino Roio.  Box 6, Folder 5

ACE HIGH. (1967)

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. Eli Wallach plays a Mexican bandit during this period of Spaghetti westerns. Box 6, Folder 5.

AMBUSHERS. (1967)

  • Promotional flyer, 4 to, 4 pp. Spy melodrama set in Acapulco involving Latino characters. Box 1, Folder 52.

BLUE. (1967)

  • Press book, folio, 12 pp. Story of Mexican bandit who falls in love with American girl. Film features Ricardo Montalban. Box 6, Folder 5.

CHUKA. (1967)

  • -- Press book, folio, 14 pp. Rod Taylor plays a drifting gunslinger who tries to save a prairie fort from a deadly Arapahoe attack. Starring Rod Taylor, Ernest Borgnine, John Mills. Marco Antonio (Lopez) plays Hanu, the Indian. Box 6, Folder 5.
  • -- Supplement to press book, 4 pp. Box 6, Folder 5.

COVENANT WITH DEATH, A (1967)

  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.). Film features Katy Jurado and Emilio Fernandez. Photo 893-68. Box 1, Folder 53.
  • Press book, folio, 16 pp. Box 6, Folder 5.

DARING GAME. (1967)

  • Press book, folio, 10 pp.  Underwater story set in waters of Mexican gulf, with Latino actors Alex Montoya, Marie Gomez and Perry Lopez. Box 6, Folder 6.

HOSTILE GUNS. (1967)

  • Press book, folio, 6 pp. Western set in Texas 1860 involving Mexican characters and actors such as Pedro Gonzalez. Box 6, Folder 6
  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #5.

UP THE MCGREGORS! (1967)

  • 2 Press books, folio, 4 pp. Comedy Western story that includes a group of Mexican bandits. Box 6, Folder 6.

VIOLENT ONES. (1967)

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Film is directed by and stars Fernando Lamas and is story about a Mexican-American deputy. Box 6, Folder 6.

BULLET FOR THE GENERAL. (1968)

  • Photo, 8 by10 inches (20 by 26 cm.). During the 1910 Mexican revolution, a band of guerrillas led by El Chuncho attack a train carrying government arms, troops, and munitions. Photo depicts this. Box 1, Folder 54.

DAY OF THE EVIL GUN. (1968)

  • British press book, 4 pp. Western story filmed in Durango, Mexico.  Box 1, Folder 55.
  • Press book, folio, 6 pp. Box 6, Folder 6.

LONG RIDE FROM HELL. (1968)

  • 2 Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.).  Spaghetti western set on Mexican border. LR 10, LR 12. Box 1, Folder 56.

PETULIA. (1968)

  • Press book, folio, 24 pp. 2 Copies. Vincent Arias plays the role of Oliver, a Mexican waif who is illegally adopted by an unhappy rich couple. Box 6, Folder 7.
  • Promotional flyer, 2 pp. Box 6, Folder 7.
  • Photoplay edition. Haase, John.  Me and The Arch Kook Petulia. New York: Bantam Books, 1966 [July 1968.] Wrappers, 214 pp. DAVIS, p. 176, #1. Cover photo from the film.  First paperback edition. PS3558.A18 M4 1966.
  • Photoplay edition. Haase, John. Petulia. London: Pan Books Ltd., 1966 [1968]. Wrappers, 154 pp. DAVIS, p. 176, #2. Photos and mention on front and back cover.   First British paperback edition. PS3558.A18 M4 1968.

SOL MADRID. (1968)

  • Press book, folio, 12 pp. Crime melodrama set in Mexico featuring Ricardo Montalban. Box 6, Folder 7.
  • Photo, 8 by 10 inch (20 by 26 cm.) 1857-28 Montalban with David McCallum with group of Mexican workers. Box 1, Folder 57.

TIGER BY THE TAIL. (1968)

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Story of a swinger visiting Mexico.  In the cast is Latin American entertainer, Charo. Box 6, Folder 7.

VILLA RIDES. (1968)

Story involving Pancho Villa, set in Mexico.  Yul Brynner plays Villa and the story involves many Latino characters.

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #5.
  • (5) Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) VR 2452-490, VR 29-4-92, VR 318-2-105, VR 316-4-108, VR 280-2-4. Box 1, Folder 58.
  • Campaign guide, 8 pp. Box 1, Folder 58.
  • Press book, folio, 12 pp. Box 6, Folder 7.

100 RIFLES. (1969)

  • Lobby card, number 4 of story set in 1900 Mexico about an American Indians plight to gain control over government repression. Cast includes Argentine actors Fernando Lamas and Alberto Dalbes. Box 8, Folder 3.
  • Press book, 8 pp. Box 6, Folder 7.
  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #5.

BACKTRACK. (1969)

  • Press book, 4 pp. Western story involving a trek through Mexico to bring a prized bull to the states.  Cast includes Fernando Lamas. Box 6, Folder 8.

BIG BOUNCE. (1969)

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #5. Portion of story takes place at a California migrant camp involving Mexican characters.
  • Press book, folio, 12 pp. Box 6, Folder 8.
  • Promotional flyer, 2 pp. Box 6, Folder 8.

CHARRO. (1969)

  • Press book, folio, 16 pp.  Elvis Presley film mostly set in Mexican border town in 1870. Box 8, Folder 7.

EASY RIDER. (1969)

  • Photoplay edition. Screenplay by Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper and Terry Southern. Easy Rider. New York: Signet Books, December 1969. Softcover, 191 pp. DAVIS, p.64. Entire book has photos throughout, and on cover.  Story includes a Latino character, Antonio Mendoza as Jesus.   First edition of this classic screenplay. PN1997 .F66 1969.

FIVE MAN ARMY. (1969)

Western set during the Mexican revolution about a group of bandits, who plan on robbing a train transporting gold for the Mexican army.

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #5.

GREAT BANK ROBBERY, THE. (1969)

Western comedy about a group of Mexican bandits competing with a reverend and his troupe to rob a vault. Larry Storch and Akim Tamiroff play Mexican characters.

  • Press book, folio, 18 pp. Box 6, Folder 8.
  • Promotional flyer, Folio, 4 pp. Newspaper format. Box 6, Folder 8.

GUNS OF THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN. (1969)

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #5. Story is set in 19th century Mexico.
  • Press book, folio, 6 pp. Box 6, Folder 8.

HANG YOUR HAT ON THE WIND. (1969)

Disney live action story of a valuable horse, which is stolen and taken to Mexico.

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. Box 6, Folder 8.
  • Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Photo 44A-38C. Box 1, Folder 59.

MARLOWE. (1969) 

Adapted from Raymond Chandler’s “The Little Sister.”  Film features great performance by Rita Moreno.

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. Box 6, Folder 8.
  • Promotional flyer, 4 pp. Box 6, Folder 8.

MERCENARY, THE. (1969)

Western with Jack Palance portraying Mexican character Ricciolo.

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #5.

POPI. (1969)

Abraham is a Puerto Rican single parent with two boys. He is becoming very worried about them living in their run down neighborhood when one day he notices that Cubans who escape are lionized and given exceptional benefits. He thinks up a plot to have his sons washed ashore as Cuban immigrants who will be adopted by rich Anglos. Alan Arkin plays Abraham. Latin and Latin American actors include Rita Moreno, Miguel Alejandro, Rueben Figueroa and Antonia Rey.

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. Box 6, Folder 8.
  • Press book supplement, folio, 6 pp. Box 6, Folder 8.

SWEET CHARITY. (1969)

  • Press book, 4to, 12 pp. Film includes role of Nickie played by dancer Chita Rivera and stars Ricardo Montalban. Box 1, Folder 60.

UNDEFEATED, THE. (1969) 

John Wayne and Rock Hudson play characters traveling through Mexico, each with a mission, at the end of the American civil war.

  • Promotional flyer, 4to, 4 pp.  Box 1, Folder 61.
  • Press book, 4to, 4 pp. Box 1, Folder 61.

VIVA MAX. (1969)

When his girlfriend tells him that his men wouldn't follow him to a house of ill repute, Max, a general in the Mexican army decides to perform some great act of heroism. He takes his men over the border into Texas and re-captures the Alamo. This upsets the Texans greatly. The Texas National Guard is sent to retake the mission. Normally this would be easy as Max's men have left all of their ammunition back in Mexico, but the State department insists that no one be killed and so the National Guard also goes in with unloaded weapons. (Many of the pieces in this collection trace attitudes toward Latino characters as they evolved in American cinema; this film is particularly reprehensible for its portrayal of Mexicans.)

  • Press book, folio, 24 pp. Box 8, Folder 8.

ADVENTURERS, THE. (1970)

  • Press book, folio, 14 pp. Much of story takes place in fictional South American country of Corteguay. Box 6, Folder 9.
  • Promotional flyer, 2 pp. Box 6, Folder 9.

BARQUERO. (1970)

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #5. Story takes place on the Paria River into Mexico.

CANNON FOR CORDOBA. (1970)

In 1912, a Mexican rebel named Cordoba steals six cannons from the forces of General Pershing who's been sent to bring order to the Texas-Mexico border. Pershing assigns a soldier named Rod Douglas to retrieve the cannons.

  • (3) 8- by 10-inch photos. Photos are #G.P. 1, G.P. 15, G.P. 17.Box 1, Folder 62.
  • Press book, folio, 4 pages. Box 6, Folder 9.

COMPANEROS! (1970)

  • Press book, 10 pp. Western story set in the revolution torn city of San Bernadino, Mexico. Box 1, Folder 63.

FLAP. (1970)

  • Press kit, 4to, 33 pp. Latino actors in this film include Anthony Quinn, Rodolfo Acosta and Susana Miranda. Box 1, Folder 64.
  • 28 photos. Box 1, Folder 64.

MACHO CALLAHAN (1970)

  • Advertising supplement, folio, 4 pp. Cast included Pedro Armendariz, Jr. as Juan. Box 8, Folder 9.

RIO LOBO. (1970)

  • Color photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.). Story takes place in Mexican border town Rio Lobo at end of American Civil War. Film stars Jorge Rivero. Box 1, Folder 65.

R.P.M. (1970)

  • Press book, folio, 6 pp. Anthony Quinn plays a liberal college professor at a west coast college during the heady days of campus activism in the late 1960s. Box 6, Folder 9.

THERE WAS A CROOKED MAN. (1970)

  • Press book, folio, 14 pp.  Story involves a chase to the Mexican border. Box 6, Folder 9.

TWO MULES FOR SISTER SARA. (1970)

  • Press book, 12 pp. Western story takes place in Mexico and involves the rescue of a nun (Shirley MacLaine) who is involved in the Mexican revolution movement against the French. Box 1, Folder 66.

ADIOS, SABATA. (1971)

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #5. Part of trilogy which includes Mexican characters.
  • Campaign Sheet, folio. Box 8, Folder 10.

BANANAS. (1971)

  • 27- by 41-inch poster.  Comedy of a nebbish who goes to the politically restless San Marcos and becomes president.
  • Map Case, Folder #5.

BLINDMAN. (1971)

  • Press book, 8 pp.  A blind, but deadly, gunman is hired to escort fifty mail order brides to their miner husbands. His business partners double cross him, selling the women to bandit Domingo. Blindman heads into Mexico in pursuit. Box 1, Folder 67.

DESERTER. (1971)

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp.  Western story of man who deserts the cavalry and is granted amnesty for leading an army against marauding Apaches who have set up camp in Mexico. Cast includes Ricardo Montalban. Box 6, Folder 9.

DON’T TURN THE OTHER CHEEK. (1971)

  • Press book, 8 pp. Comedy set in the old west with Eli Wallach playing Mexican bandit Max Lozoya and including Latino cast members and characters. Box 1, Folder 68.

MACHISMO. (1971)

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Western story of a captured Mexican bandit who gains pardon when he goes into Mexico to bring back a gang of murderous gold thieves. Includes Latino actors Frederic Gomez, Louis Ojena and Jose Jasd. Box 8, Folder 11.

RED SKY AT MORNING. (1971)

  • Press book, 19 pp. Story of three high school friends in New Mexico during World War II.  Includes Latino characters and actors, such as Desi Arnaz Jr. Box 1, Folder 69.
  • Ad supplement, 4 pp. Box 1, Folder 69.

RETURN OF SABATA. (1971)

  • Advertising catalogue, folio, 4 pp., folded, one chipped edge. Box 6, Folder 9. Story includes Mexican actors and characters such as Pedro Sanchez as Bronco.

SHOOT OUT. (1971)

  • Advertising, Publicity, Promotion, 24 pp. Film features Hispanic American actor PePe Serna. Box 1, Folder 70.

VALDEZ IS COMING. (1971)

  • 22- by 28-inch poster. Mexican gentleman, played by Burt Lancaster, takes on mob of old west gangsters. Hector Elizondo is featured in an early film role. Map Case, Folder #5.
  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Box 6, Folder 9.

DEAF SMITH AND JOHNNY EARS. (1972)

  • Press book, 12 pp. (2 copies).  Story is set in 1830, at time Texas wins independence from Mexico and stars Anthony Quinn. Box 1, Folder 71.

LIFE AND TIMES OF JUDGE ROY BEAN. (1972)

  • Press book, folio, 12 pp. Story set in 1890’s taking place in a fictional Mexican village. Box 6, Folder 10.
  • Advertising supplement, folio, 2 pp. Box 6, Folder 10.
  • Advertising supplement, with THE GETAWAY, folio, 2 pp. Box 6, Folder 10.

MAGNIFICENT SEVEN RIDE. (1972)

  • Advertising supplement, folio, 4 pp. Pedro Armendariz, Jr. plays Pepe. Box 6, Folder 10.
  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Box 6, Folder 10.

STEPMOTHER, THE. (1972)

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. Film stars Argentine actor Alejandro Rey, whose son comes home after attending college in Mexico. Box 6, Folder 10.

ULZANA’S RAID. (1972)

  • Press book, 13 pp. Western story with Latino characters including Mexican born Joaquin Martinez as Ulzana. Box 1, Folder 72.

WRATH OF GOD (1972)

  • Press book, 16 pp. Story is set during Latin American revolution of the 1920s.  Robert Mitchum poses as a priest, and Frank Langella plays a South American dictator. Cast includes several Mexican-born actors and is the last role for legendary star Rita Hayworth. Box 1, Folder 73.
  • Script, 126 pp. by Ralph Nelson, script of Oct. 18, 1971. Box #3.

PAT GARRETT AND BILLY THE KID. (1973)

  • Press book, 13 pp. Story set in New Mexico feature important Mexican characters and actors including Katy Jurado as Mrs. Baker and Emilio Fernandez as Paco. Box 1, Folder 74.

SHOWDOWN. (1973)

  • Press book, 16 pp. Late 1880’s New Mexico setting features Mexican characters. Box 1, Folder 75.

BRING ME THE HEAD OF ALFREDO GARCIA. (1974)

  • Press book, folio, 8 pp. Sam Peckinpah film is set in 1974 Mexico. Cast includes Isela Vega and Emilio Fernandez.  Box 6, Folder 10.
  • Promotional flyer, 1 pp. Box 6, Folder 10.

GROUNDBREAKING TELEVISION SERIES

CHICO AND THE MAN. (1974-1978) Three television scripts, from groundbreaking television series. Ed Brown is a cantankerous old widower who owns a car servicing station in Los Angeles. He hires cheery young Chicano, Chico Rodriguez (Freddie Prinz), to help him run the place. Chico also lives in the garage and, though they bicker constantly, they come to a greater understanding of each other's generation and culture.    These scripts are of great historical importance if one wants to study evolving images of Latinos on the big and small screen.  Prinz was an authentic Latino star; unlike earlier actors like Rita Hayworth and Anthony Quinn, he made his ethnicity a crucial part of his onscreen identity.

  • “Old Dog”, 51 pp. Final Draft Sept. 7, 1974; “The Juror”, 36 pp. with rehearsal and tape schedule Final Draft Aug. 15, 1975;
  • “The Accident”, 37 pp. Final Draft Dec. 18, 1975. Box #3.

FREEBIE AND THE BEAN. (1974)

  • Press book, folio, 28 pp. Alan Arkin plays a Mexican character named Bean. Box 8, Folder 12.

MR. MAJESTYK. (1974)

  • Press book, folio, 6 pp. Film stars Argentine actor Alejandro Rey Box 6, Folder 10.

SPIKES GANG, THE. (1974)

  • Press book, folio, 6 pp. Western story set in Mexico with Ricardo Palicios playing a doctor. Box 6, Folder 10.

TIMBER TRAMPS, THE. (1975)

  • Press book, folio, 4 pp. Cesar Romero is part of an ethnically integrated cast in a television film from his later career. Box 8, Folder 13.

RITZ, THE. (1976)

  • Press book, 12 pp. Rita Moreno portrays entertainer Googie Gomez. Box 1, Folder 76.

SMALL TOWN IN TEXAS, A. (1976)

  • Press book, 14 pp.  Small town is holding rally for Mexican-American gubernatorial candidate Jesus Mendez, played by Santos Reyes. Box 1, Folder 77.

TRACKDOWN (1976)

  • Press book, folio, 6 pp.  Film features American born Latin American television actor Erik Estrada. Box 6, Folder 10.

SORCERER. (1977) 

Story set in South America at an oil drilling operation, with Latino characters.  Roy Schneider plays Dominquez.  William Friedkin, director of such classics as “The Exorcist,” shot this film in South America, under very difficult conditions.

  • Script, 156 pp.  Revised script of March 8, 1976. Box #3.

CHILDREN OF SANCHEZ. (1978)

  • Script, 189 pages. Script for story set and filmed in Mexico with Anthony Quinn, Katy Jurado, Lupita Ferrer and in her last role, Dolores Del Rio. Box #4.

MUJER, UN HOMBRE, UNA CIAD, UN. (A MAN, WOMAN AND A CITY) (1978)

  • 20- by 30-inch Cuban poster.  Map Case, Folder #6. A dynamic specimen of Cuban poster art for this Cuban film.  Cuban film posters were all silk-screens and printed in very small editions.

UP IN SMOKE. (1978)

  • Press kit, 16 pp. Road trip movie with Cheech and Chong, which starts in Mexico. Box 1, Folder 78.

RICH KIDS. (1979)

  • Press book, folio, 12 pp. Robert Altman film about New York City children dealing with their divorcing parents and stars Trini Alverado, of Puerto Rican descent. Box 6, Folder 10.

WARRIORS, THE. (1979)

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #6. Story of New York City gang, including Puerto Rican member Rembrandt played by Marcelino Sanchez.

FAME. (1980)

  • Press book, folio, 16 pp. Story of talented youth at New York City High School for the Performing arts features leading Latino character, Irene Cara as Coco Hernandez. Box 8, Folder 14.

EVITA PERON. (1981)

  • Script, 179 pp. plus appendix. Shooting script under the title EVITA! FIRST LADY, third draft Sept. 10, 1979. Made-for-TV movie about Argentine First Lady played by Faye Dunaway.  James Farentino plays Gen. Juan Peron, Pedro Armendariz Jr. is Cypriano Reyes. Box #4.
  • Color Photo of Dunaway and Farentino in character. Box 1, Folder 79.

NICE DREAMS. (1981)

  • Press book, 16 pp. Cheech and Chong comedy, featuring Cheech Marin. Box 1, Folder 80.
  • Press kit, 32 pp. Box 1, Folder 80.
  • 9 photos, 8 by 10 inches. Box 1, Folder 80.

BORDER, THE. (1982)

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #6. Crime story set at the Mexican border, includes Mexican actors Elpidia Carrillo and Manuel Viescas.

THINGS ARE TOUGH ALL OVER. (1982)

  • Press book, 24 pp. Film stars Cheech Marin, Latino American actor/writer. Box 1, Folder 81.

AGAINST ALL ODDS. (1984)

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #6. Story of a man asked to go to Mexico to recover a woman, he finds her in Cozumel. Filmed on location.

CORSICAN BROTHERS (1984)

  • Press kit, 4to, 19 pp. Last of the Cheech and Chong films, set in historical Europe and featuring Cheech Marin. Box 1, Folder 82.
  • 5 photos, 8 by 10 inches. Box 1, Folder 82.

LATINO. (1985)

  • East German poster, 22 by 32 inches (56 by 82 cm.). Map Case, Folder #6. Set in the context of the Sandinista government in Nicaragua and their battle with the U.S. backed Contra rebels.

OLD GRINGO. (1989)

  • Press kit, 47 pp.  When schoolteacher Harriet Winslow (Jane Fonda) goes to Mexico to teach, she is kidnapped by Gen. Tomas Arroyo (Jimmy Smits) & his revolutionaries. An aging American, Ambrose "Old Gringo" Bierce (Gregory Peck) also in Mexico, befriends Gen. Arroyo & meets Harriet. Bierce is a famous writer, who knowing that he is dying, wishes to keep his identity secret so he can determine his own fate. Smits is Latino American. Box 1, Folder 83.
  • (5) Photos, 8 by 10 (20 by 26 cm) numbers 1, 2, 3, 8, 10. Box 1, Folder 83.

ROMERO. (1989)

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #6. Story of Archbishop Oscar Romero, who opposed oppression in El Salvador, played by Puerto Rican actor Raul Julia.

BOUND BY HONOR. (1993)

  • Press kit, 67 pp. Stars Benjamin Bratt, whose mother is Peruvian Indian, Victor Rivers from Cuba, and other Latino American actors. Box 1, Folder 84.
  • 4 Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm). Box 1, Folder 84.

MONEY TRAIN. (1995)

  • Press kit, 4 to, 40 pp. An early movie role for Jennifer Lopez. Box 1, Folder 85.
  • 7 Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Box 1, Folder 85.

XVIII FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DEL NUEVO CINE LATINO AMERICANO. (1996)

  • 22- by 36-inch (56 by 92 cm.) poster. Map Case, Folder #6. Film festival held December 3-13, 1996.  Another extraordinary example of Cuban silk-screened poster art.

EVITA. (1996)

  • Press kit booklet, 40 pp. Box 1, Folder 86.
  • (1) Photo, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26cm), EVBB-4. Box 1, Folder 86.

JACK. (1996)

  • Press kit, 48 pp.  Starring Robin Williams, story features role for Jennifer Lopez. Box 1, Folder 87.
  • (6) Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Box 1, Folder 87.

ANACONDA. (1997)

  • Press kit, 40 pp. Story takes place in the Amazon, in search of a large snake, and features Jennifer Lopez and is directed by Luis Llosa, born in Peru. Box 1, Folder 88.
  • (8) photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.). Box 1, Folder 88.

HOODLUM. (1997)

  • Press kit, 39 pp. Film stars Andy Garcia. Box 1, Folder 89.
  • (6) Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.), Photos 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. Box 1, Folder 89.

NIGHT FALLS ON MANHATTAN. (1997)

  • Press kit, 19 pp. Film stars Andy Garcia. Box 1, Folder 90.
  • (5) Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Box 1, Folder 90.

ANTZ. (1998)

  • Press kit, 26 pp. Animated film features voice of Jennifer Lopez as Anteka. Box 1, Folder 91.
  • (6) Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.) Box 1, Folder 91.

DESPERATE MEASURES. (1998)

  • Press kit, 26 pp. Feature stars Cuban born Andy Garcia. Box 1, Folder 92.
  • (9) Photos, 8 by 10 inches (20 by 26 cm.), numbers 1-8 and 10. Box 1, Folder 92.

MASK OF ZORRO, THE (1998)

  • 27- by 41-inch poster. Map Case, Folder #6. Story of early California includes many Latino characters and actors.

VERY BAD THINGS. (1998)

  • (6) Photos, 8 by 10 inches, numbers 1-6.  Film stars Cameron Diaz, whose father is Cuban American and who lived in several Latin American countries as a child.  She identifies herself as a Latino American and has stated in various interviews that she draws upon her Latino heritage in her acting style. Box 1, Folder 93.

TRAFFIC. (2000)

  • Photoplay edition. Gaghan, Stephen. Traffic, Shooting Script. New York: New Market Press, [2000]. Cloth with d/j., 173 pp. Photos at end of book and on cover.  Story of drug trafficking, involving Mexico, with Latino actors Benicio Del Toro, Jacob Vargas, Andrew Chavez and others.  First edition. PN1997.T657 G34 2000.

ANGEL EYES. (2001)

  • Press kit, 24 pp. Star is personality Jennifer Lopez and features Brazilian born actress Sonia Braga. Box 1, Folder 94.
  • 4 Photos, 8 by 10 inches, (20 by 26 cm.), Photos AE 25, 26, 604R, 627. Box 1, Folder 94.

SCOOBY DOO. (2002)

  • Press kit, 62 pp. with digital press kit. Stars Freddie Prinz Jr., son of Latino American television actor Freddie Prinz. Box 1, Folder 95.

MONSTER IN LAW. (2005)

  • Electronic Press Kit on Betacam SP cassette (Trailer; Film Clips; Selected Sound bites; B-roll selects). Film is vehicle for Jennifer Lopez. Box 1, Folder 96.




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