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Acting Credits

1944
Nana
Nana

1943
Ladies' Day (1943)
Pepita Zorita

1943
Carmelita Lindsay

1943
Rita Manners, Elaine Manners

1942
Carmelita Lindsay

1942
Carmelita Lindsay

1942
Carmelita Lindsay

1941
Playmates (1941)
Carmen del Toro

1941
Carmelita Lindsay

1941
Madame La Zonga

1941
Honolulu Lu (1941)
Consuelo Cordoba

1940
Carmelita Lindsay

1940
Carmelita Lindsay

1939
The Girl from Mexico
Carmelita Fuentes

1938
La zandunga
Lupe

1937
Mad About Money
Carla de Huelva

1937
High Flyers (1937)
Juanita - the Maid

1936
Gypsy Melody
Mila

1935
The Morals of Marcus
Carlotta

1934
The Jaguar Woman, Jane in Schnarzan Sequence, Herself

1934
Palooka (1934)
Nina Madero

1934
Laughing Boy (1934)
Slim Girl

1934
Vera

1933
Hot Pepper (1933)
Pepper

1933
Mr. Broadway (1933)
Lupe Velez

1932
Kongo (1932)
Tula

1932
The Half Naked Truth
Teresita

1932
Lolita

1932
Hombres de mi vida
Julia Clark

1931
The Squaw Man (1931)
Naturich

1931
Resurrection (1931)
Katusha Maslova

1931
Nenita

1931
Resurrección
Katyusha Maslova

1930
The Storm
Manette Fachard

1930
East Is West (1930)
Ming Toy

1930
Hell Harbor (1930)
Anita Morgan

1930
Oriente es Occidente
Ming Toy

1929
The Wolf Song (1929)
Lola Salazar

1929
Toyo Haynes

1929
Nanon del Rayon

1929
Tiger Rose (1929)
Rose

1928
Jania - a Peasant Girl

1927
The Gaucho (1927)
The Mountain Girl

1927
Sailors Beware (1927) (Short Film)
Baroness Behr

1927
What Women Did for Me (Short Film)
Bit Part

Soundtrack Credits

1941
Playmates (1941)
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1941
Honolulu Lu (1941)
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1939
The Girl from Mexico
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1937
Mad About Money
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1937
High Flyers (1937)
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1936
Gypsy Melody
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1934
Palooka (1934)
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1934
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1932
The Half Naked Truth
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1931
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1930
East Is West (1930)
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1929
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Posted by Alex Dawson
4
yrs ago
In the book Me Cheeta by James Lever, Warwick Levene is listed as one of Lupe`s lovers. I can find no trace of any such character. Any explanation would be welcome.

Posted by LITTLE KOJAK
4
yrs ago
If you ever see the film `Hell Harbor` 1930, you will understand why Lupe Velez was nicknamed `The Mexican Spitfire`. And deservedly so. It is sad that she ended her young life so tragically.

Posted by mfan0825
5
yrs ago
She was one of a kind.

Posted by Darrell Moore
7
yrs ago
Loving Lupe. She just gets more fascinating as time moves on. I wish someone would write a decent biography(book) about her. She sizzles


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Velez
Full Name at Birth
Maria Guadaloupe Velez de Villalobos
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The Mexican Spitfire
The Hot Pepper
Age
36 (age at death)
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The Mexican Spitfire, WAMPAS Baby Star of 1928
Brand Endorsements
Kleenex Tissue (magazine advertisement) [1931]
Lux soap (spokesperson) [1935]
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37-26-35
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María Guadalupe Villalobos Vélez (July 18, 1908 in San Luis Potosí, Mexico – December 13, 1944 in Glendale, California), known professionally as Lupe Vélez, was a Mexican film actress. Vélez began her career in Mexico as a dancer in vaudeville, before moving to the U.S. Vélez soon entered films, making her first appearance in 1927 in the film The Gaucho. By the end of the decade she had progressed to leading roles. She worked with film directors like D.W. Griffith, Cecil B. DeMille, Victor Fleming and William Wyler among others. With the arrival of talkies, Vélez's career took a turn towards comedy. Her characterization of the temperamental, explosive, rebellious and irreverent Latina woman gave her enormous popularity. She enjoyed immense popularity among Hispanic audiences and also made some films in Mexico. Some of her most memorable films are Lady of the Pavements (1928), The Wolf Song (1929), Palooka (1933), Laughing Boy (1934), Hollywood Party (1934) and the series of films created especially for her: Mexican Spitfire, in the early 1940s.

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