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Blanca Estela Pavón

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Blanca Estela Pavón
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Born
María Blanca Estela Pavón Vasconcelos

(1926-02-21)February 21, 1926
DiedSeptember 26, 1949(1949-09-26) (aged 23)
Years active1941–1949

María Blanca Estela Pavón Vasconcelos (February 21, 1926 – September 26, 1949) was a Mexican film actress and singer of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema.

She appeared in many classic films of the 1940s as a young woman. Her career peaked between 1948 and 1949. On September 26, 1949 she died in a plane crash near the Popocatépetl volcano located between Mexico City and Puebla.

She won an Ariel Award for Best Actress in the 1947 film Cuando lloran los valientes and was nominated for another due to her successful performances in Mexican films.

She starred alongside Mexican star Pedro Infante in several films including Los Tres Huastecos in 1948.

She died in a plane crash in 1949.[1]

Filmography

Photo taken in the tomb of Blaca Estela on the garden cemetery.
Photo taken in the tomb of Blaca Estela on the garden cemetery.
  • La Liga de las Canciones (1941)
  • El Niño de las Monjas (1944)
  • Cuando lloran los Valientes (1947)
  • Vuelven los Garcìa (1947)
  • Los Tres Huastecos (1948)
  • La bien pagada (1948)
  • Nosotros los Pobres (1948)
  • Cortesana (1948)
  • The Well-paid (1948)
  • En los Altos de Jalisco (1948)
  • Ustedes los Ricos (1948)
  • En cada puerto un amor (1949)
  • Las puertas del presidio (1949)
  • La Mujer que yo Perdi (1949)
  • Ladronzuela (1949)

Ariel Awards

Year Category Work Result
1948 Mejor Actriz Cuando Lloran los Valientes Winner
1949 Mejor Actriz Ustedes los ricos Nominated

References

  1. ^ Avendaño, Reyna (September 26, 2018). "Presintió su muerte". El Universal. Mexico City, Mexico. Retrieved September 30, 2020.

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This page was last edited on 15 April 2021, at 01:48
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