Don Alvarado

Don Alvarado

  • Highest Rated: 80% The Big Steal (1949)
  • Lowest Rated: 67% The Devil Is a Woman (1935)
  • Birthday: Nov 4, 1900
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • Suave and swarthy, Don Alvarado was somewhat further down the Latin Lover food chain than Rudolph Valentino or Ramon Novarro. Like the similar Rod La Rocque, Alvarado (born Josè Paige) was perhaps a bit too American; in other words: not perceived as dangerous enough. Best remembered for the two films he did for D.W. Griffith (Drums of Love and The Battle of the Sexes [both 1928]), Alvarado was usually mere fodder for such high-powered female stars as Constance Talmadge, Dolores Del Rio, and Lya De Putti, none of whom found it difficult to steal the limelight from their co-star. Alvarado's sound films were mostly mediocre and a change of name to Don Page did nothing to resurrect the actor's floundering career. He later became an assistant director at Warner Bros., where his daughter, Joy Page, appeared in Casablanca (1942).

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No Score Yet The Monkey Talks Actor 2012
80% The Big Steal Lt. Ruiz 1949
No Score Yet One Night in the Tropics Rudolfo 1940
No Score Yet Nobody's Baby Cortez 1937
67% The Devil Is a Woman Morenito 1935
No Score Yet Sweet Adeline Renaldo 1935
No Score Yet La Cucaracha Actor 1934
No Score Yet Demon for Trouble Golindo 1934
67% Morning Glory Pepe Velez, the Gigolo 1933
No Score Yet Black Beauty Renaldo 1933
No Score Yet The King Murder Jose Moreno 1932
No Score Yet Lady with a Past Carlos Santiago, The Argentine 1932
No Score Yet Beau Ideal Ramon Gonzales 1931
No Score Yet Rio Rita Roberto 1929
No Score Yet The Bridge of San Luis Rey Manuel 1929
No Score Yet The Battle of the Sexes Babe Windsor 1928
No Score Yet Loves of Carmen Jose 1927
No Score Yet The Night Cry Pedro 1926


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