Olga Casares Pearson

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Olga Casares Pearson (1896 – 1980)[1] was an Argentine actress of the 1940s and 1950s considered the Golden Age of Argentine Cinema. She first appeared in film in 1929 but it wasn't until ten years later that her career took off in Argentine cinema.

She appeared in over 20 films appearing in films such as Adán y la serpiente in 1946 alongside actors such as Olga Zubarry and Alberto de Mendoza.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Seibel, Beatriz (2002). Historia del teatro argentino: desde los rituales hasta 1930. Corregidor. p. 861. ISBN 950-05-1425-7. 

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