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There'll never be another
never, ever another one...
No one with your skin
and with your voice.

Your skin...
magnolia soaked in moon mist.
Your voice...
a murmur warmed by love.

There'll never be another one
they all died
at the moment when you said
goodbye...

(Fragment from the tango "Ninguna"
written by H. Manzi and Fernández Siro)
Basic data on a marvelous lady...
Date of Birth:
November 24, 1908
Place:    
Rosario, Santa Fé Province,  Argentina
Date and place of death
December 12, 2000    (Mexico D.F.)
Name:
Libertad Lamarque Bouza
Hair:
Light brown
Eyes:
Green
Professional activities:
Actor, vocalist, author
Nicknames & titles:
"America's Sweetheart","  "Queen of Tango,"  "Doña Liber," etc.
Father:
Gaudencio Lamarque, a.k.a. "Don Lorenzo"
(born in  Montevideo, Uruguay)
Mother:
Josefa Bouza, a.k.a. "Doña Pepa"
 (born in  Galicia, Spain)
Siblings:
Eduviges, Gonzalo, Elena, Pepita, Amelia, Pedro y Aurora
Residences:
Argentina, Mexico and United States
Husbands:
Emilio Romero (1927-1945)
Alfredo Malerva (1945-1994)
Daughter:
Mirtha Romero Lamarque,  born in Buenos Aries, November 15, 1928
Grandchildren:
Leonardo (RIP), Claudia, Alexandra, Hernán, Fabiana y Fernanda
Basic films:
"Ayúdame a Vivir", "Besos Brujos", "Madreselva", "Puerta Cerrada",  "La Casa del Recuerdo", "Soledad",  "Otra Primavera", "Cuando Me Vaya",  
"Historia de un Amor", "La Mujer X",  "Bodas de Oro", "Bambalinas",  "Amor en la Sombra", "Los Hijos Que Yo Soñé", "Rosas Blancas Para Mi Hermana Negra, etc.
Basic songs
"Ayúdame a Vivir", "Besos Brujos", "Madreselva", "En Esta Tarde Gris", "Sombras Nada Más", "Quiero Verte Una Vez Más", "Maldito Tango", "Sin Palabras", "Caminito", "Te Sigo Esperando",  "Alma Mía", "Así", "Te Quiero Dijiste", "Júrame",
"Historia de un Amor", "Bandoneón Arrabalero", "Adios Pampa Mía", "Nostalgia",
"La Cumparsita", "Arráncame la Vida", "Canción de Buenos Aires", "Malena",  etc.
Stage
"The Merry Widow", "The Three Waltzes", "Hello, Dolly", "Aplause", etc.
Television
As featured vocalist in dozens of television specials and shows throughout America and Europe...
TV Serials: "Esmeralda", "Amada", "Soledad", "La Usurpadora", etc.
Author
"Autobiografía" (1986)
Also collaborated on the scripts of some of her films and the lyrics of various songs.
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