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Blanca Estrada

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Blanca Estrada
Born1950 (age 70–71)
OccupationActress, presenter
Spouse(s)Luis Bastarrica
Partner(s)
  • Joaquín Ocio
  • Alejo García [es]

Blanca Estrada (born 1950) is a Spanish retired actress and presenter best known for her roles throughout the 1970s and 1980s in 20 films classified as uncovered cinema [es].

Biography

Sister of the actress Gloria Estrada and cousin of Susana Estrada, Blanca became known in 1972 as the "hostess" or "secretary" of the first stage of the Televisión Española contest Un, dos, tres... responda otra vez, along with such popular faces as Ágata Lys [es] and Yolanda Ríos.[1] The next year she went to work as a presenter of the Valerio Lazarov variety show ¡Señoras y señores! [es]

Her subsequent cinematic career focused on a series of films of high erotic content, among which stand out Una vela para el diablo (1973), El libro de buen amor (1975, with Patxi Andión, considered by Ya newspaper film critic Pascual Cebollada as "a broad sample of masculine and feminine nudity, in front and behind, and a constant tension or demonstration of eroticism illustrated with obscenities"),[2] Metralleta Stein (1975), Dios bendiga cada rincón de esta casa (1977, with Lola Gaos, based on the novel Cousin Bazilio by Eça de Queirós),[3] El francotirador (1977),[4] Historia de 'S' [es] (1979),[5] and The Cantabrians (1980), in which the young star had frequent nude and "bed scenes", which made her one of the most celebrated actresses of the moment.[6]

She also went "a little undressed"[7] in many magazines such as Play-Lady, "where she appeared in vivid leathers,"[8] Lib [es], Interviú,[9] and especially Fotogramas, which she was on the cover of five times in the mid-70s.[10]

At the end of 1976, Estrada took part in the chapter of the Antonio Gala series Paisaje con figuras [es] dedicated to Mariana Pineda, broadcast by Televisión Española on 13 December.[11]

In 1982, she returned to acting under the direction of Narciso Ibáñez Serrador, this time in a new chapter of the series Historias para no dormir ("El fin empezó ayer"), along with Manuel Tejada [es], which premiered on Spanish Television on 20 September.

Separated from Luis Bastarrica, whom she married in 1970,[12] she has had two romantic relationships, with the Radio Nacional de España broadcaster Joaquín Ocio, who died in 1994, and the journalist Alejo García [es], who disappeared in 2008 at age 71.[13]

After living for a while in the United States, Estrada currently[when?] resides in Málaga, completely away from the artistic world.

Filmography

Films

Year Title Role Director
1973 Una vela para el diablo Norma Eugenio Martín
1974 Odio mi cuerpo Elena León Klimovsky
The Ghost Galleon Kathy Amando de Ossorio
Open Season Alice Rennick Peter Collinson
La noche de la furia Sue Carlos Aured [es]
1975 Metralleta 'Stein' [es] Ana José Antonio de la Loma [es]
El libro de buen amor Doña Endrina Tomás Aznar
Todos los gritos del silencio Michelle Ramón Barco
Sensualidad Lucy Germán Lorente [es]
1976 Kilma, reina de las amazonas Kilma Miguel Iglesias
Sábado, chica, motel… ¡qué lío aquél! Teresa José Luis Merino
El taxista de señoras Sergio Bergonzelli
A mí qué me importa que explote Miami Manuel Caño
1977 Dios bendiga cada rincón de esta casa Lucía Chumy Chúmez
El francotirador Ángela Carlos Puerto
1978 Las locuras de Jane Joaquín Coll Espona
1979 Historia de 'S' [es] Psiquiatra Francisco Lara Polop [es]
El caminante Madre Elvira Paul Naschy
Father Cami's Wedding Luisa González Rafael Gil
Las siete magníficas y audaces mujeres Eva Darío Herreros
1980 Spoiled Children Alicia Ortega Rafael Gil
Un cero a la izquierda Poli Gabriel Iglesias
The Cantabrians Turenia Paul Naschy
1981 Misterio en la isla de los monstruos Dominique Blanchard Juan Piquer Simón

Television

Year Title Chapter Role Director
1976 Paisaje con figuras [es] "Mariana Pineda" Mariana Pineda Antonio Betancor [es]
1977 Curro Jiménez "El prisionero de Arcos" Camila Mario Camus
1979 Estudio 1 "El caso de la mujer asesinadita" Raquel Federico Ruiz
1982 Historias para no dormir "El fin empezó ayer" Narciso Ibáñez Serrador

References

  1. ^ "Las azafatas o secretarias del 'Un, dos, tres…'" [The Hostesses and Secretaries of 'Un, dos, tres…'] (in Spanish). lawebdelundostres.es. Retrieved 13 July 2018.
  2. ^ "La crítica ha dicho" [The Critic Has Spoken]. ABC (in Spanish). 25 November 1975. p. 63. Retrieved 13 July 2018.
  3. ^ Torres, Augusto M. (2004). Directores españoles malditos [Damned Spanish Directors]. Huerga Y Fierro Editores. p. 96. ISBN 9788483744802. Retrieved 13 July 2018 – via Google Books.
  4. ^ Payán, Miguel Juan (2007). La Historia de España a Través Del Cine [The History of Spain Through Cinema] (in Spanish). Cacitel, S.L. p. 341. ISBN 9788496613102. Retrieved 13 July 2018 – via Google Books.
  5. ^ "Historia de S". ABC (in Spanish). 15 December 1992. p. 101. Retrieved 14 July 2018.
  6. ^ "Blanca Estrada, elegida 'Náyade'" [Blanca Estrada, Elected 'Náyade']. ABC Blanco y Negro (in Spanish). 30 August 1975. p. 83. Retrieved 14 July 2018.
  7. ^ "Blanca Estrada: La actriz del futuro" [Blanca Estrada: The Actress of the Future]. ABC (in Spanish). 21 July 1974. p. 145. Retrieved 14 July 2018.
  8. ^ Román, Manuel (20 September 2014). "Blanca Estrada: sonrisas y lágrimas" [Blanca Estrada: Smiles and Tears]. Chic (in Spanish). Retrieved 14 July 2018 – via Libertad Digital.
  9. ^ Herrera, Ángel-Antonio (26 July 2013). "Blanca Estrada". Interviú (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 14 July 2018. Retrieved 14 July 2018.
  10. ^ "Ellas fueron portadas de Fotogramas. Año 1976. Segunda parte" [They Were Cover Girls of Fotogramas. Year 1976. Second Part]. La ficha rosa del trivial (in Spanish). 7 October 2015. Retrieved 14 July 2018.
  11. ^ "Blanca Estrada". ABC Blanco y Negro (in Spanish). 1 January 1977. p. 16. Retrieved 14 July 2018.
  12. ^ "Blanca Estrada: De secretaria del 'Un, dos, tres…' a la popularidad" [Blanca Estrada: From Secretary of 'Un, dos, tres…' to Popularity]. ABC (in Spanish). 1 December 1973. p. 92. Retrieved 14 July 2018.
  13. ^ "Las azafatas de 'Un, dos, tres...' (1972–73 y 1976–78)" [The Hostesses of 'Un, dos, tres...' (1972–73 and 1976–78)]. Qué Fue De? (in Spanish). 1 April 2007. Retrieved 14 July 2018.

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