The Role Of Lupe Vélez's Role In Hollywood

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Lupe Vélez was a Latin American actress in Hollywood. Before Hollywood, the Mexican Revolution (1910) affected her family's fortune, so she began working as a vaudeville performer. She became well-known and when she made it to Los Angeles, she worked as an actress during the graveyard (or night) shift in Hollywood. The Spanish versions of the films were during the night while the English versions were during the day, which was one of the detriments she had to face. She was popular for her role in a comedy film, Mexican Spitfire, because it emphasized and portrayed her fiery personality on screen. The stereotype "The Name Game" was another obstacle she faced dealing with her name. The industry recommended that she should change her name because
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