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Rhonda Fleming "the goddess of technicolor" loses her life

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On October 17, sad news was shared for Hollywood and that is that the actress Rhonda Fleming lost her life at 97 years of age, she was known as "the goddess of technicolor".

The film actress of the 1940s and 1950s was a beautiful red-haired woman who appeared in several films alongside Kirk Douglas, Michael Douglas' father, also alongside other stars of the 1940s and 1950s.

It was his assistant who broke the news about the death, it occurred in Santa Monica, California, United States this past Saturday.

Rhonda Fleming became quite popular in 1949 acting in his first color film entitled "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's court", due to the vivid tones that appeared on television and especially with his beautiful hair, it is that he rose to fame although perhaps Many say they would regret getting so much attention.

Although she began her career acting in black and white films, her beauty and sweetness was unsurpassed, however once color appeared on the screens, this beauty was even more impacting everyone who saw her on television.

Rhonda Fleming She was surprised to see herself on television, because being a fairly white woman with beautiful green eyes and flaming hair as a redhead, she began to see that all the attention was directed towards her, as many studies focused on her beauty, always wanting to see her well in the typical films

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the redhead and the cowboy to name a few.

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In addition to being an excellent actress, she also had the opportunity to sing nothing more and nothing less than on a Las Vegas stage on a tour, at that time great personalities with the passage of the years were emerging among them Fleming.

Some of the films in which the actress participated are:

  • Little Egypt
  • A little scarlet
  • Those redheads from Seattle
  • Yankee Pasha
  • The last outpost
  • The eagle and the hawk

Unfortunately the celebrities of the fifties have been losing their lives lately, like Kirk Douglas with whom he shared credits in his first films; Rhonda Fleming Born in Los Angeles in 1923, he studied acting, but also as a backup he studied accounting and typing and shorthand.

The beautiful actress had six marriages, however most of her husbands lost their lives, in addition to being an excellent actress She also became a great philanthropist, helping with the creation of the Ronda Fleming Man resource center for women with cancer at UCLA Medical Center, due to her own sister losing her life to the disease.

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In social networks they have shared some condolences for the family because whenever this type of news is shared it is extremely sad in addition to the fact that in his youth he managed to be a great celebrity of film personality, we hope that his family will soon have resignation and will never forget Rhonda Fleming.

The Queen of the Tecknicolor full of red-haired charm unforgettable westerns: Street of Strife, Showdown of the Titans, The Outsider's Rifle, Woman with the Whip, The Triumph of Buffalo Bill, The Last Detachment, aka Jesse James Twitter post.

Some remain, yes. but for the general public there is the classic Hollywood died to go with Kirk and Olivia. And it is logical, only the most cinephile know who Ronda Fleming was. Apart from the fact that his career was very discreet and compared to us, two monsters wrote an Internet user on Twitter.

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