An unpublished photo of Flor Silvestre dancing with a comedian from the Golden Age is taking the net by storm

Flor Silvestre she is one of the great icons of the domestic variety show, because apart from being a singer, she also took part in the call The golden age of Mexican cinemahaving managed to collaborate with the big stars of the time, among whom was ia a comedian with whom she was also caught dancing at a party, image that is currently taking the net by storm, since it was replicated in different accounts which are consecrated remember the first actors and actresses which was created in those years.

Guillermina Jimenez Chabollareal name of the actress and singer, she was born in Salamanca, Guanajuato, August 16, 1930; She has always been interested in the artistic medium, especially music, which she started practicing as a teenager, but her talent went further and in 1950 made his film debut “First, I’m Mexican”along with the actors Luis Aguilar and Francisco Avitia. He was subsequently consolidated on the big screen for what he achieved recorded over 70 films and hundreds of songs in his long career.

Flor Silvestre formed a dynasty with Antonio Aguilar Photo: Special

Together with her husband, the artist formed one of the great dynasties of the Mexican region Antonio Aguilar andbecause she is the mother of Dalija Inés, Marcela Rubiales, Antonio Jr. and Pepe Aguilar, and grandmother Maja, Leonarda and Angela Aguilar, the latter who, according to fans, inherited her beauty, talent and stage presence. Likewise, she was the sister of La Prieta Linda and Mary Jiménez, who also followed in her footsteps in the industry.

Photo of Flor Silvestre dancing with a comedian from Cine de Oro

Since he is one of the most popular stars of the time, there are many accounts on social networks that deal with some aspects of his life or unforgettable moments, for example when he danced with popular comic of the so-called Golden Cinema, which we are talking about German Valdes “Tin Tan”, c.where what worked in some films and apparently they created a friendly relationship, because the picture shows that they are having fun.

You can find this image on various Instagram and Facebook platforms “Tin Tan” and Wild Flower, However, the Cine y Más account revealed that this moment was captured during a party of the National Association of Mexican Actors (YOUR) in December 1955, at that time he was not yet in a relationship with Anthony Aguilar, who was her third and last husband, while the main character “King of the neighborhood” he was separated from his wife Micaela Vargas to get married later Rosalia Julian.

Flor Silvestre and Tin Tan dance Photo: Screenshot

According to the technical sheets, the so-called “Gold Pachuco” and interpreter of “Red Sky” they shared the credits in two films: “Step into youth..!”, from 1958, where the artist had only a small role, while the following year Flor Silvestre starred in the film “Summer school“, together with the oldest of The Valdes dynastywho shared the credits with his brother Ramon Valdes, who later became famous for his character of “Don Ramón” in the series “Chavo of 8”.

Who was “Tin Tan”?

German Valdes he began his artistic life in the so-called tents, but he made a leap to the big screen and established himself with films such as “The King of the Neighborhood”, “The Whistleblower” and “Tender Zucchini”to name a few, in which with his vocabulary, which combined Spanish and English, he managed to place himself in the people’s taste, which is why he imposed himself as one ofthe most prominent comediansnear Mario Moreno “Cantinflas”with whom he was allegedly a rival.

In addition, he started one of the most important dynasties of artists of the time, as his brothers, Ramón, better known for his character as Don Ramón in “El Chavo del 8”, Manuel “El Loco” and Antonio “El Ratón” Valdés, worked are in the middle of forming their own careers. Despite the success and wealth he earned from his years in the industry, “Tin Tan” died uneventfully on June 29, 1973, of pancreatic cancer.


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