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  • Adela Sequeyro - Wikipedia

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    Adela Sequeyro Haro (March 11, 1901 - December 24, 1992) was a Mexican journalist, actress, filmmaker and screenwriter. She was a pioneer of Mexican cinema both during the silent era and the talkies. Early life. Adela Sequeyro was born March 11, 1901 in Veracruz, Mexico to ...

  • Adela Sequeyro – Women Film Pioneers Project

    https://wfpp.cdrs.columbia.edu/pioneer/ccp-adela-sequeyro-haro

    Adela Sequeyro was born in the port city of Veracruz, Mexico, to Federico Sequeyro Arreola and Virginia Haro y Gutiérrez Zamora. The Mexican Revolution, which extended from 1910 to 1917, devastated the family fortune and compelled them to move to the town of Cuautitlán on the outskirts of Mexico City.

  • Adela Sequeyro - IMDb

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    Adela Sequeyro, Actress: La mujer de nadie. One of the few women directors in the early days of Mexican film industry, Adela Sequeyro began her career in movies in 1923, after participating in a contest sponsored by Paramount Pictures and Mexican newspaper "El Demócrata". Although she didn't win the contest, she was the only contestant who made a movie career.

  • Adela Sequeyro - WikiVisually

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    Adela Sequeyro Haro (March 11, 1901 - December 24, 1992) was a Mexican journalist, actress, filmmaker and screenwriter. She was a pioneer of Mexican cinema both during the silent era and the talkies.

  • Adela Sequeyro - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Adela Sequeyro Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Adela Sequeyro photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes!

  • Project MUSE - Mexico's Cinema: A Century of Film and ...

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    Patricia Torres de San Martín's essay on pioneer directors Adela Sequeyro and Matilde Landeta examines how both of these women overcame various obstacles to produce films developed from a uniquely feminist perspective.

  • Adela Sequeyro - Biography - IMDb

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    One of the few women directors in the early days of Mexican film industry, Adela Sequeyro began her career in movies in 1923, after participating in ...

  • Nobody's Wife (1937 film) - Wikipedia

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    Nobody's Wife (Spanish: La mujer de nadie) is a 1937 Mexican drama film directed by Adela Sequeyro.. Cast. Adela Sequeyro - Ana María; Mario Tenorio - Marcelo; José Eduardo Pérez - Leonardo; Eduardo González Pliego - Rodolfo; Joaquín Coss - Mayer; David Valle González - Stepfather

  • Adela Sequeyro (Spanish Edition): Eduardo de la Vega ...

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  • Elena Sánchez Valenzuela – Women Film Pioneers Project

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    A contract signed by Elena Sánchez Valenzuela and Manuel Espinoza Tagle (in the possession of the filmmaker’s brother) indicates that Michoacán’s total footage was 4,000 to 5,000 feet—that is, feature length. Interestingly, the contract also specified that the film could not be distributed commercially.

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