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Trinidad Rosa Quintana Muñoz de Kogan, (1925-07-16) July 16, 1925 (age 88), Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Rosita Quintana (born Trinidad Rosa Quintana Muñoz de Kogan on July 16, 1925) is an Argentinian-born Mexican film actress and singer of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema.
Quintana is remembered for her participation in numerous Mexican films between 1948-1960. She starred in movies like Calabacitas Tiernas (1949), along Tin Tan and Amalia Aguilar; Susana (1951) (directed by Luis Buñuel; El Mil Amores (1954), with Pedro Infante and many others. In 2005, she returned to films with Club Eutanasia. As a singer, she is remembered in notable tangos and boleros, such as Bendita Mentira.
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Dueña y Señora (1948),
Calabacitas Tiernas (1949),
Soy charro de Levíta (1949),
Hambre nuestra de cada día (1952),
El mil Amores (1954),
Ama a tu prójimo (1958),
Paloma Brava (1961),
El hombre de la mandolina (1987),
Club Eutanasia (2005),
La intrusa (1987),
La Dueña (1995),
El secreto de Alejandra (1997),
Rencor apasionado (1998),
Abrázame muy fuerte (2000),
Agrasánchez Jr., Rogelio (2001). Bellezas del cine mexicano/Beauties of Mexican Cinema. Archivo Fílmico Agrasánchez. ISBN 968-5077-11-8.