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Martha Valdés

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Martha Valdés
Born(1928-01-01)1 January 1928
Died20 November 2014(2014-11-20) (aged 86)
Years active1953–1959

Martha Valdés (1 January 1928 – 20 November 2014)[1] was a Mexican actress. She is known for her work in several films during the Golden Age of Mexican cinema in the 1950s before disappearing from the scene at the end of the decade, such as Espaldas mojadas (1955),[2][3] Cómicos de la legua (1957),[4] Música de siempre (1958),[5] and Vagabundo y millonario (1959).[6]


Year Title Role Notes
1953 The Unfaithful Consuelo
1953 It Is Never Too Late to Love Amelia
1954 The Three Elenas Esther
1954 A Tailored Gentleman Lita
1954 El hombre inquieto Elena Caim
1955 El vendedor de muñecas
1955 Magdalena Lucila
1955 Espaldas mojadas Mary
1957 Cómicos de la Legua Celeste Luna
1957 Puss Without Boots Laura del Castillo
1957 Three and a Half Musketeers Lady Winter
1958 Las tres pelonas Lucy
1958 Música de siempre
1958 Ladrones de niños Carmen
1958 El águila negra vs. los diablos de la pradera Patricia
1958 La marca del cuervo
1958 A Thousand and One Nights Soberana Sobeyra
1958 El águila negra contra los enmascarados de la muerte Patricia
1959 Vagabundo y millonario Carterista (final film role)


  1. ^ "1ero. de Enero de 1928: Nace la actriz Martha Valdés" [January 1st, 1928: Actress Martha Valdés is born]. Khronos Digital (in Spanish).
  2. ^ Ayala Blanco, p. 416.
  3. ^ Sánchez, p. 211.
  4. ^ Amador, p. 265.
  5. ^ García Riera 1969, p. 192.
  6. ^ García Riera 1975, p. 63.


  • Ayala Blanco, Jorge. Aventura del cine mexicano. Ediciones Era, 1968.
  • Sánchez, Francisco. Crónica antisolemne del cine mexicano. Universidad Veracruzana, 1989.
  • García Riera, Emilio. Historia documental del cine mexicano: 1955. Ediciones Era, 1969.
  • Amador, María Luisa. Cartelera cinematográfica, 1950–1959. UNAM, 1985.
  • García Riera, Emilio. Historia documental del cine mexicano: 1958. Ediciones Era, 1975.

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