At the 1944 Argentine Film Critics Association Awards, Ortiz won the Silver Condor Award for Best Actress for her performance in Safo, historia de una pasión (1943) and won it again in 1946 for her performance in El canto del cisne (1945). [1] Their son, Julián, became a translator and playwright. Morero, Buenos Aires, 1949. They were published in 1982.[30]. por Mecha Ortiz ; textos recopilados, testimonios y notas de Salvador D. d'Anna y Elena B. de D'Anna. FOTOS: No dude en pedir más imagenes. Rústica.fatigado 430 páginas. Seller Inventory # 748245168, We're sorry; this specific copy is no longer available. [1] She had enrolled for acting classes in the Conservatorio Nacional de Música y Declamación (National Conservatory of Music and Speech) in the inaugural class under the direction of Carlos López Buchardo and Enrique García Velloso. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. [2] When her husband was thrown from a horse and had a serious back injury, she took a job in the prosecutor's office, refusing help from her well-to-do family. Mecha Ortiz y Santiago Arrieta en Los muchachos de antes no usaban gomina (1936) - 2 de 5 Mecha Ortiz en La Rubia Mireya (1948) - 3 de 5 Mecha Ortiz y Roberto Escalada en … Tags. She also played in the first film in which a woman struck a man and the first film with a lesbian romance. [9], In the 1960s, her career began to decline and she made a suicide attempt, which was stopped by her son. 430 p. ; 28x24 cms., ilustraciones b/n, retrs. AbeBooks.com: Mecha Ortiz Por Mecha Ortiz: IMAGENES: En caso que no exista imagen de tapa. User-contributed reviews. Similar Items. There was no nudity in the film, but the innuendo of a sexual encounter between the characters played by Ortiz and Escalada arose from their smoking a cigarette together. Textos recopilados, testimonios y notas de Salvador D. D'Anna y Elena B. de D'Anna. She had a t… Numerosas fotografías b/n. [9] Then beginning in the late 1950s, she appeared in television series, including El mar profundo y azul (1956), Estrellita, esa pobre campesina (1968-1969), Rolando Rivas, taxista (1972-1973), Invitación a Jamaica (1977) and Aventura '77 (1977). Ejemplar Usado, puede (o no) contener signos de uso como firma, anotaciones o subrayados, consultenos para mayor información del estado. Fue una de las figuras más relevantes de la época de oro del cine argentino, como también del teatro y luego de la televisión. Mecha Ortiz nació con el siglo, un 24 de septiembre de 1900, y fue haciéndose mujer fatal en la pantalla del cine argentino. House of Shadows Ricardo Wullicher, 1976. She was considered the Greta Garbo of the Argentine films and theatre world; born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on September 24, 1900. no dude en solicitarla. They produced over 15 productions—the best being "Iremos a Valparaíso " by Marcel Achard at the Odeón Theater on 13 May 1949; " “Un tranvía llamado deseo” (A Streetcar Named Desire) by Tennessee Williams at the Casino Theater on 7 July 1952; "Rueda de amantes" by Regás Luz Maria and Juan Albornoz at the Casino Theater on 27 July 1953; "Anna Karenina" by Raymond Rouleau, based on Leo Tolstoy’s novel[3] at the Casino Theater[18] on 11 June 1953; " Tú el ángel y yo el demonio " by Maria Luz Regás and Juan Albornoz at the Versailles Theater on 6 April 1954; "Sandra" by Sixto Pondal Ríos and Carlos Olivari at the Versailles Theater on 6 April 1955; and "Ardelé (la margarita del amor) " by Jean Anouilh and translated by Maria Luz Regás at the Athenaeum Theatre on 23 May 1957. [16] The "forbidden" romance of an older woman and a younger man, was repeated in the 1945 sequel El canto del cisne[15] (Swan Song) for which Ortiz won acting awards in Cuba and Brazil,[8][17] as well as the Argentine Silver Condor Award for Best Actress. Condition: Bien. Mecha Ortiz Actor; Show all (6) Actor. Binding: Tapa Blanda Yesterday's Guys Used No Arsenic José A. Martínez Suárez, 1976. Título del libro MECHA ORTIZ por MECHA ORTIZ, Seller Inventory # 73478, More information about this seller [7] Mecha was often cast as mysterious characters, plagued by past misfortunes in love, mental disorders, or forbidden love and was frequently compared with Greta Garbo. [25], Between 1940 and 1950 she broadcast on the radio on the Teatro del Aire Palmolive with Orestes Caviglia, Pedro López Lagar, and Francisco Petrone. Sep 26, 2020 - Explore Jason Lambert's board "Mecha" on Pinterest. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. She was considered the Greta Garbo of the Argentine films and theatre world; born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on September 24, 1900. [1][8][9] She was also seen as a symbol of sophistication and was referred to in other works to denote the line between what was chic or provincial. 1ª Edición. | Contact this seller, Book Description Moreno, Buenos Aires, 1982. [29] She wrote her memoirs under the title Mecha Ortiz by Mecha Ortiz. Book Condition: Bien, Book Description Morero, Buenos Aires, 1949. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. FOTOS: No dude en pedir más imagenes. Mecha Ortiz is on Facebook. In 1981, she was awarded the Grand Prize for actresses from the National Endowment for the Arts. [3], She starred in films such as Una mujer sin importancia (1945) with Santiago Gómez Cou, which was the first film in which a woman slapped a man;[8] Camino del infierno by Luis Saslavsky with Pedro López Lagar, Amelia Bence and Elsa O'Connor;[19] Las tres ratas (1946) by Carlos Schlieper with María Duval;[20] Madame Bovary (1947), Cartas de amor (1951),[21] and Mi vida por la tuya (1951) with Emma Gramatica, in which Ortiz's singing voice was dubbed by Nelly Omar;[22] She played a prison guard in the 1952 film Deshonra by Daniel Tinayre with Fanny Navarro, which featured the first lesbian love affair on Argentine film. Mecha Ortiz is a legendary Argentinean actress whose real name was María Mercedes Varela Nimo Domínguez Castro de Ortiz. [21] Her last appearance on TV was in 1981 for the ATC Special Christmas 2000 with Rosa Rosen, Duilio Marzio, Luisa Vehil and Iris Marga. [1] The plot is a black comedy about aging, friendships, madness and greed. In 1933, she was in the production of Mirandolina by Carlo Goldoni which was put on by the Theater Company of Antonio Cunill Cabanellas. Women Who Work Also in 1933, she appeared in Corine with Guillermo Battaglia, Nedda Francy, Miguel Faust Rochaand Iris Marga at the Odeón Theater. no dude en solicitarla. One of the exceptions was La Compañía Argentina de Comedias Mecha Ortiz (the Argentine Comedy Company of Mecha Ortiz) which included a cast of Ortiz, Lola Membrives, Rosa Rosen and Narciso Ibáñez Menta. Tapa Blanda. Join Facebook to connect with Mecha Ortiz and others you may know. [26] In 1976 along with other stars, like Arturo García Buhr, Mario Soffici, Bárbara Mujica and Narciso Ibáñez Menta, Ortiz plays in Los muchachos de antes no usaban arsénico. She debuted on stage with El Proceso de Mary Duggan, by Bayard Veiller on 20 June 1929, at the Ateneo Theater. The role was the first of many wherein she played a character who could not be with the man she loved, but made personal sacrifices to be honorable. [10], In 1938 she starred with Niní Marshall in Mujeres que trabajan, which was directed by Manuel Romero,[11] Con las alas rotas directed by Orestes Caviglia[12] and Maestro Levita with Pepe Arias. [3] In 1933, she was in the production of Mirandolina by Carlo Goldoni which was put on by the Theater Company of Antonio Cunill Cabanellas. no dude en solicitarla. [6], In 1936 she had her first film role as "Rubia Mireya", with Florencio Parravicini, Irma Córdoba and Santiago Arrieta, in the classic Los muchachos de antes no usaban gomina directed by Manuel Romero. She returned to the theater and did a revival of El proceso de Mary Duggan (1965-1966), Así es la vida (1967), Canción para un crepúsculo (1968) and several television rolls. The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress. Related Subjects: (4) Ortiz, Mecha. See more ideas about Mecha, Mech, Concept art. Buy movie tickets in advance, find movie times, watch trailers, read movie reviews, and more at Fandango. This first class of 1926, which included Ortiz, Miguel Mileo and Paulina Singerman, among others, sought to teach acting using a standardized manual. Es de segunda mano, como se ve en la foto, puede preguntar más detalle del ejemplar. She died on 20 October 1987 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. [1] Some articles have said he became a paraplegic,[8] and others that he spent nearly 3 decades in a coma after the accident. Numerosas fotografías b/n. Piedra libre Leopoldo Torre Nilsson, 1976. Her parents were Vicente Varela Nimo and Josefa Domínguez Castro. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Condition: Bien. Her parents were Vicente Varela Nimo and Josefa Domínguez Castro. IMAGENES: En caso que no exista imagen de tapa. Madame Bovary Carlos Schlieper, 1947. Her husband, Julián Ortiz, was a farmer in Argentina. Fue consagrada en las décadas de 1940 y 1950 e incluso fue considerada la Greta Garbo argentina. Condition: Bien. Ejemplar Usado, puede (o no) contener signos de uso como firma, anotaciones o subrayados, consultenos para mayor información del estado. [21], 1944 Argentine Film Critics Association Awards, Conservatorio Nacional de Música y Declamación, Las locas del conventillo (María y la otra), Los muchachos de antes no usaban arsénico, "Mecha Ortiz: Erotismo después de los cuarenta", "1938: año de consagración para el cine nacional", "Safo, historia de una pasión: Tensión entre canon y ruptura en el primer melodrama erótico del cine argentino", "Mecha Ortiz estrenó anoche en el Teatro Casino "Anna Karenina, "Apertura del 19 Festival Internacional de Cine de Paraguay 2010 con la presencia del director argentino José Martínez Suárez", "La Vida de Grandes Estrellas Revisitadas en un Libro", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Mecha_Ortiz&oldid=987336087, Silver Condor Award for Best Actress winners, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 6 November 2020, at 10:39. [21], Her return to the screen came a decade later in 1974 with Boquitas pintadas, based on a novel by Manuel Puig, directed by Leopoldo Torre Nilsson, with Alfredo Alcon and Marta González. [31] Ortiz was dedicated to him and their privacy, which in many instances escalated the mystery and speculation about her. María Mercedes Varela Nimo Domínguez Castro, known as Mecha was born 24 September 1900. [8] Years later the character was brought back for Ortiz in the film La Rubia Mireya (1948) with Fernando Lamas also directed by Manuel Romero. Rústica.fatigado 430 páginas. Safo, historia de una pasión was the first erotic Argentine film, though there was no nudity. Textos recopilados, testimonios y notas de Salvador D. D'Anna y Elena B. de D'Anna. Until she was twenty-nine, Mecha, was married to a farmer and was busy being a wife and mother. Título del libro MECHA ORTIZ por MECHA ORTIZ, Mecha Ortíz por Mecha Ortíz. [13][14] In 1943 Lumiton produced, Safo, historia de una pasión, adapted from Alphonse Daudet, directed by Carlos Hugo Christensen with Roberto Escalada. [23] La sombra de Safo (1957) under the direction of Julio Porter, reunited Ortiz and Robert Escalada[24] and she made Las Furias (1960) with Elsa Daniel, Aida Luz, Alba Mujica, and Olga Zubarry. Mecha Ortiz, Actress: El canto del cisne. [15] She won her first Silver Condor Award for Best Actress for Safo at the 1944 ceremony. Moreno, Buenos Aires, 1982. In this version, a woman who had reluctantly married, divorced and is rejected by her daughter. [1] Mecha Ortiz is a legendary Argentinean actress whose real name was María Mercedes Varela Nimo Domínguez Castro de Ortiz. Safo was Argentina's first erotic film and was forbidden to minors. Reviews. Seller Inventory # 0001904, Book Description Tapa Blanda. She was known as the Argentine Greta Garbo and for playing mysterious characters, who suffered by past misfortunes in love, mental disorders, or forbidden love. Mecha Ortiz (née María Mercedes Varela Nimo Domínguez Castro; 1900–1987) was a classic Argentine actress who appeared in film between 1937 and 1981, during the Golden Age of Argentine Cinema. Condition: Bien. In early 1949, she and the director Luis Mottura, led and managed their own cast, which stayed together for almost a decade, disbanding in 1958. 1ª Edición. Her brother, José, was a theatre director, and a sister, Amanda, was also an actress. Her sister, Amanda Varela, was an established actress and got her a screen test with Paramount Studios of France. 23972842, citing Cementerio de la Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Capital Federal, Argentina ; Maintained by Find A Grave … Here are our closest matches for, Ortíz, Mecha ( 1900-1987 ( María Mercedes Varela Nimo Domínguez Castro ), Mecha Ortiz por Mecha Ortiz-testimonios y notas de salvador D'Anna. Add tags for "Mecha Ortiz". Textos recopilados, testimonios y notas de Salvador D. D´Anna y Elenas B. de D´Anna. [15], Stability and permanence was rarely found in Argentine theater companies. Es de segunda mano, como se ve en la foto, puede preguntar más detalle del ejemplar. Be the first. Encarnó en teatro a heroínas como Safo y Fedora, así como también a … [2] Also in 1933, she appeared in Corine with Guillermo Battaglia, Nedda Francy, Miguel Faust Rocha and Iris Marga at the Odeón Theater. 430 p. ; 28x24 cms., ilustraciones b/n, retrs. [1], She began her entertainment career as a supporting actress in the Rivera-De Rosas Theater Company of Enrique de Rosas. (A-310-GR-40). Ejemplar Usado, puede (o no) contener signos de uso como firma, anotaciones o subrayados, consultenos para mayor información del estado. Título del libro MECHA ORTIZ por MECHA ORTIZ, Bookseller Inventory # 615333087, Title: Mecha Ortiz Por Mecha Ortiz The Furies Vlasta Lah, 1960. María Mercedes Varela Nimo Domínguez Castro, más conocida como Mecha Ortiz, fue una actriz argentina. Motion picture actors and actresses -- Argentina -- Biography. She was selected but no films were made, so her sister introduced her to a friend, influential film critic Chas de Cruz, who helped her find work. Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Mecha Ortiz (24 Sep 1900–20 Oct 1987), Find a Grave Memorial no. [4] She had a theatrical season on the Smart Theater, in 1938 with "Mujeres", written by US actress and writer Clare Boothe Luce,[5] and co-starring Amelia Bence. [28], In 1981, she was awarded the Grand Prize for actresses from the National Endowment for the Arts. She debuted on stage with El Proceso de Mary Duggan, by Bayard Veiller on 20 June 1929, at the Ateneo Theater. She began her entertainment career as a supporting actress in the Rivera-De Rosas Theater Company of Enrique de Rosas. IMAGENES: En caso que no exista imagen de tapa. (A-310-GR-40). When she was twenty-nine, her husband was injured in a fall from a horse. [27] Piedra libre (1976) was her last film also directed by Leopoldo Torre Nilsson with Marilina Ross and Juan José Camero.