Holding their lipsticks and mugging for the camera, seated, from left: The author and Gilda
Cordero Fernando; standing, from left: Carole Tysmans, Menchu Aquino Sarmiento, Alma Cruz Miclat, Julie Lluch, Belai Gruenberg and Wendy Fernando Regalado
Secretly pregnant in 1960s Italy - when the Catholic Church strongly disapproved of single mothers - Gilda
was left with little option but to give up her baby daughter.
Producers of the tear-jerker, which gets 2.6m viewers, traced Gilda
to the small town of Cassino, halfway A-between Rome and Naples.
The scenes of debauchery, the abduction of Gilda
and the sordid end she chooses in order to save the Duke she loves despite his lechery, take place on a set consisting of two turrets and a walkway which represent in turn the Duke's castle, Rigoletto and his daughter's modest home, or the somewhat shady auberge.
Eberhard & Co., a renowned maker of fine watches with the inimitable 'Swiss Style', has launched Gilda
, an extraordinary timepiece created for the special occasion.
Wednesday, Film4, 11am RITA HAYWORTH (as Gilda
, right) features in her signature role in Charles Vidor's steamy 1946 thriller.
Wednesday, Film4, 11am RITA Hayworth (as Gilda
, left) features in her signature role in Charles Vidor's steamy 1946 thriller.
is partnering with Gilda
's Club Simcoe Muskoka to announce the launch of a new service called OnCallogic.
Pat McCrory was Gilda
Rubio-Festa, associate vice president of college and career readiness for the N.C.
Summary: Rita Hayworth suffered when she lost her identity to that of the femme fatale she played in her most famous film, Gilda
. Living a lie is contagious.
Wilder was devastated after the tragic 1989 death of his third wife, "Saturday Night Live" comedian Gilda
Radner, but Wilder recovered with Boyer. They married in 1991.
Wilder also was active in promoting ovarian cancer awareness and treatment after his wife, "Saturday Night Live" comedian Gilda
Radner, whom he married in 1984, died of the disease in 1989.