Argentine actresses who deceased in 1969

Here are 2 famous actresses from Argentina died in 1969:

Martita Hunt

Martita Hunt (January 30, 1899 Buenos Aires-June 13, 1969 Hampstead) was an Argentine actor.

Martita Hunt was best known for her work on stage and screen in Britain. She began her career on the London stage in the 1920s and went on to appear in over 70 films, including the classics "Great Expectations" and "Anastasia." Hunt was also a talented voice actor, providing the voice of the Queen of Hearts in the Disney adaptation of "Alice in Wonderland." In 1950, she was nominated for an Academy Award for her supporting role in "The Heiress." Hunt lived in Hampstead, London for many years and was a prominent member of the British acting community until her death in 1969.

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Amalia Sánchez Ariño

Amalia Sánchez Ariño (November 27, 1883 Spain-November 27, 1969 Buenos Aires) also known as Amalia Sánchez or Amalia Ariño was an Argentine actor. Her child is called Vicente Ariño.

Amalia Sánchez Ariño was born in Spain but she spent most of her life in Argentina where she became a prominent figure in the country's entertainment industry. She began her acting career in the early 1900s and appeared in numerous plays, films and television programs. Her noteworthy performances include her role as Rosaura in the 1926 film, "El Conde de Montecristo" and Mercedes in the 1937 film, "El Solterón".

In addition to her work as an actor, Amalia Sánchez Ariño was also a well-respected acting teacher. She taught at the National School of Dramatic Art in Buenos Aires and many of her students went on to become successful actors and actresses.

She received several awards for her contributions to Argentine cinema including the Silver Condor Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the 1952 film, "Mala gente que camina".

Amalia Sánchez Ariño passed away on her 86th birthday in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She will always be remembered as an important figure in the country's cultural history.

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