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Don Ameche
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Irving Cummings
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Nella Walker
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Carmen Miranda

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Carmen Miranda

Portuguese-born Brazilian samba singer, actress and Hollywood film star in the 1940s and 1950sadd

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1909.

Countries: United States (59%), Brazil (17%), (14%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Carmen, Dorival Caymmi, Busby Berkeley

Linked to: Billboard, Decca Records, Saks Fifth Avenue, United Artists

 

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Carmen Miranda was born in 1909 add something


1923

Miranda went to work in a tie shop at age 14 to help pay her sister's medical bills. add something


1929

Her extraordinary talent was discovered when Miranda was first introduced to composer Josue de Barros, who went on to promote and record her first album with a Brunswick, a German recording company in 1929. add something


1930

In 1930, she was known to be Brazil's gem singer, and in 1933 went on to sign a two-year contract with Radio Mayrink Veiga, becoming the first contract singer in the radio industry history of Brazil. add something

 

Irving Cummings - Cummings was known for the big splashy 1930s Technicolor musicals with popular leading ladies such as Betty Grable, Alice Faye, Carmen Miranda, and Shirley Temple he directed at 20th Century Fox

 

Mario Reis - He recorded many hits with Carmen Miranda and Francisco Alves, with whom performed frequently in the 1930s, all of which are regarded as amongst the finest Brazilian singers of this period


1933

Dorival Caymmi - He first achieved widespread recognition in 1933, when at age 16, he composed the song "O Que É Que a Baiana Tem-" for singer Carmen Miranda


1934

In 1934, she was invited as a guest performer in Radio Belgrano in Buenos Aires . add something


1939

These costumes led to Saks Fifth Avenue developing a line of turbans and jewelry inspired by Carmen Miranda in 1939. add something


1940

During a visit to Brazil in 1940, Miranda was heavily criticized for giving in to American commercialism and projecting a false image of Brazil. add something

 

Miranda made a total of fourteen Hollywood films between 1940 and 1953 and was dubbed The Brazilian Bombshell. add something

 

Cesar Romero - Romero danced and performed comedy in the 20th Century Fox films he starred in opposite Carmen Miranda and Betty Grable, such as "Week-End in Havana" and "Springtime in the Rockies", in the 1940s


1943

Busby Berkeley - His next stop was at 20th Century-Fox for 1943's "The Gang's All Here", in which Berkeley choreographed Carmen Miranda's Lady in the Tutti-Frutti Hat number


1944

Adolph Green - Among the members of the company was a young comedian named Judy Tuvim, who later changed her name to Judy Holliday, and Green's good friend, a young musician named Leonard Bernstein, frequently accompanied them on the piano. The act's success earned them a movie offer and the Revuers traveled west in hopes of finding fame in "Greenwich Village", a 1944 movie starring Carmen Miranda and Don Ameche, but their roles were so small they barely were noticed, and they quickly returned to New York


1946

Carmen Miranda as Chita Chula performing "Chico Chico" in 1946 Doll Face. add something


1950

Nella Walker - Now later in her career, and over 60 years of age, she slowed her career for a time, not having another role until 1950 when she appeared in "Nancy Goes to Rio" alongside Ann Sothern and Carmen Miranda


1953

After returning to the United States, Miranda made her final film appearance in the 1953 film Scared Stiff with Martin and Lewis. add something


1955

Carmen Miranda died in 1955 add something

 

On 4 August 1955, Miranda suffered a heart attack during a segment of the live NBC television series, The Jimmy Durante Show. add something

 

On 4 August 1955, Miranda unknowingly suffered a mild heart attack while performing during the taping of an episode of "The Jimmy Durante Show" add something

 

On 4 August 1955, Miranda was taping a segment for the NBC variety series "The Jimmy Durante Show" add something


1960

In February 1960, she earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame add something


1965

Elis Regina - She won her first festival song contest in 1965 singing "Arrastão" by Edu Lobo and Vinícius de Moraes, which, when released as a single, made her the biggest selling Brazilian recording artist since Carmen Miranda


1975

Jacques Morali - In 1975, Morali told Belolo about his intention to adapt the Brazilian song "Brazil" from a musical starring Carmen Miranda


1989

Carman Miranda was discussed extensively in Cynthia Enloe's book, "Bananas, Beaches and Bases: Making Feminist Sense of International Politics", London: Pandora Press, 1989, she has worked as a feminist researcher, author and activist add something


1992

Caetano Veloso paid tribute to Miranda for her early samba recordings made in Rio when he recorded "Disseram que Voltei Americanizada" on the live album "Circuladô Vivo" in 1992 add something


1995

Gal Costa - Costa appeared in the 1995 film "The Mandarin" as the singer Carmen Miranda


1998

On 25 September 1998, a city square in Hollywood was named Carmen Miranda Square in a ceremony headed by longtime honorary mayor of Hollywood, Johnny Grant, who was one of the singer's personal friends dating back to World War II. Brazil's Consul General Jorió Gama was on hand for opening remarks, as were members of Bando da Lua, Carmen Miranda's original band add something


2008

Since 2008, the heirs of Carmen Miranda created the 'Carmen Miranda Administração e Licenciamento', the company is responsible for protecting and administering the artistic legacy of Carmen Miranda add something


2009

In 2009, the recording of "O que é que a baiana tem-" by Dorival Caymmi, sung by Miranda in 1939, was selected for preservation in the Library of Congress add something


2011

In 2011, along with Selena, Celia Cruz, Carlos Gardel and Tito Puente, Carmen Miranda was immortalized by the U.S. Postal Service in the series of Postage stamp: Latin Music Legends add something


2014

In 2014, "Down Argentine Way" and "The Gang's All Here" were deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry add something

 

Carmen - MARÍLIA PÊRA VOLTA A VIVER CARMEN MIRANDA. Visited on 17 November 2014 add something


2016

At the Closing Ceremony of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, there was a special tribute to Carmen Miranda before the athletes' parade, featuring singer Roberta Sá playing Miranda add something


2017

In 9 February 2017, she was honored with a Google doodle in commemoration to the 108th anniversary of her birth add something