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  • John Koegel


(b Vinaroz, Valencia, Spain, Dec 12, 1890/1892; d Mexico City, Mexico, Sept 4, 1978). Spanish singer and dancer. A star performer in the Mexican entertainment world for eight decades, she was an object of intense media attention in the early 20th century because of the sexual innuendo of the songs she sang and her scandalous private life. She was known as La gatita blanca (“the White Kitty”), after her first appearance in Mexico City in ...

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