Miroslava Stern Miroslava Stern era una mujer bellísima. Tanto física como espiritualmente. Tenía un gran sentido del humor y un tremendo talento al presentarse tanto en escena como en cine. Para qué la ubiquen más o menos, ella es la protagonista junto a Pedro Infante en “Escuela de Vagabundos”, una verdadera joya de la comedia del cine mexicano en la que también aparece un actor ya olvidado y que muriera hace poco, Fernando Casanova.
"This photo of actress Raquel Torres was taken in the late 1920s or very early 30s. Raquel was a Mexican born American actress who's first starring role was in MGM's White Shadows of the South Seas in 1928. She was in several films in the late 20s and early 30s including Duck Soup with the Marx Brothers. Raquel abruptly retired from acting in 1934 after marrying New York businessman Stephen Ames. Torres died in 1987 at age 78." - Couture Allure
In the 1920's, curvy was not the ideal body anymore. Instead, it was a more boyish figure. Therefore women weren't forcing their waists in and popping their butts out with giant hoop skirts under their dresses. They hid their figures with short dresses and bandaged their chests. #rothzroom