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- Stephanie Stockton
As the great niece of Leon Errol, I may be somewhat biased, but these two titles The Girl From Mexico and Mexican Spitfire, were two of the most poignant for Leon for the rest of his life. Even until the tragic passing of Lupe Velez, they had a wonderful friendship. At the end of her life, Leon Errol supported her both emotionally and financially. This was after the passing of his own wife, Stella Chatelaine with whom he was married for 40 years when they both met in the Ziegfeld Follies and fell in love.
One of many, but only one like him
- Ed Schultz
Although Leon Errol played in many movies during the 1930's and 1940's as a supporting actor to many great names, his dual role as the nerveous businessman and the bumbling english gentleman will always be his most memorable performances. He apperaed in many of the "Mexican Spitfire" films with Lupe Velez. His comedic skill, as well as his acting, made each of his roles enjoyable to moviegoers.