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Conchita Gentil Arcos

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Conchita Gentil Arcos
Born1897
Died23 December 1982(1982-12-23) (aged 84–85)
Other namesConcepción Gentil Arcos
Concha Gentil Arcos
C. Gentil Arcos
Conchita G. Arcos
OccupationActress
Spouse(s)Guillermo Haller
ChildrenMagda Haller

Conchita Gentil Arcos (1897 – 23 December 1982) was a Spanish-Mexican actress of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema as a character actress in supporting roles.

She was the sister of María Gentil Arcos, also an actress in the Golden Age of Mexican cinema;[1][2] Conchita began her work as an actress in 1932, while María did not start her career until 1938.[2] Conchita starred in comedies such as Mi viuda alegre ("My Cheerful Widow") in 1941 or Romeo and Juliet in 1943, as well as in Music, Poetry and Madness in 1947, as the dreamy and romantic aunt by Meche Barba's character, a fan of adventure novels that falls in love with Marcelo Chávez's character, or in The Lost Child, also in 1947, alongside Chávez and Germán Valdés. She also appeared as the usurer who flirts with Pedro Infante's character only to be murdered in Nosotros los Pobres in 1947.[3]

The writer Carlos Monsiváis referred to her (alongside her sister María) as one of the "complementary faces" of Mexican cinema, writing, "After all, they are not many, but their years on the screen make them a tribe..."[4]

Selected filmography

References

  1. ^ RA 2000, p. 65
  2. ^ a b "Hermanas Gentil Arcos, Conchita y Maria". Sólo Cine (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 14 May 2016.
  3. ^ RA 2000, p. 68
  4. ^ Monsiváis 1999, p. 141–142

Bibliography

  • RA (2000). "Gentil Arcos, Conchita". Época de Oro del cine mexicano de la A a la Z. 11. Somos.
  • Monsiváis, Carlos (1999). "Rostros Complementarios". Rostros del Cine Mexicano (Third ed.). Américo Arte Editores, S. A. de C. V. ISBN 968-5059-06-3.

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