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Libertad Lamarque

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Libertad Lamarque Bouza was a prolific Argentine-Mexican actress and singer whose career spanned seven decades, leaving an indelible mark on the Latin American film and music industry. Born on November 24, 1908, in Rosario, Santa Fe, Lamarque began her career at an early age. Her exceptional singing talent was discovered when she won a singing competition at age 7, which subsequently led to numerous performances in local theatres. At the age of 16, she landed her first professional role on the stage show Madre Tierra. After relocating to Buenos Aires, Libertad Lamarque quickly found success in the theater world, appearing in several plays at the Teatro Nacional. In 1926, she made her recording debut with the singles "Gaucho Sol" and "Chilenito." Over the following years, she garnered critical acclaim for her roles in the plays El Conventillo de la Paloma and La Sangre de las Guitarras before making her silver screen debut in the film Adiós Argentina in 1930. However, it wasn't until 1935 that she got her big break in the film El Alma del Bandoneón, which led to other notable performances in Ayúdame a Vivir (1936), La Ley Que Olvidaron (1937), Besos Brujos (1938), and Puerta Cerrada (1939). In parallel to her acting career, Libertad Lamarque also released singles at a prolific pace, mainly in the tango genre. Some of her most beloved interpretations include the tango classics "Madreselva" (1938), "La Morocha" (1983), and "Caminito" (1929). In the 1940s, a rumored feud with Eva Perón led to her move to Mexico, where she continued to star in popular films like Otra Primavera (1949), Ansiedad (1952), Escuela de Música (1955), and El Pecado de una Madre (1960). She would appear alongside Palito Ortega in the 1972 film La Sonrisa de Mamá and retired from cinema in 1978. Subsequently, Libertad Lamarque remained active through a series of roles in soap operas like Soledad (1980), Amada (1983), and La Usurpadora (1998). She died at the age of 92 on December 12, 2000, in Mexico City.