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Maria Gambarelli

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Also Known As: Maria Gambarelli Fenton, Died:
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Maria Gambarelli made her mark in the world of entertainment when she worked on the Ann Sothern musical comedy "Hooray For Love" (1935). In 1913, she made her stage debut in ''Aida'' at the Metropolitan Opera Ballet. In 1915, she was invited by theatrical producer Samuel Rothafel to dance at the Capitol Theater in shows that accompanied the films presented there." In 1935, she performed in the film "Here's to Romance." In 1939, she was the prima ballerina of the Metropolitan Opera Ballet.

Maria Gambarelli made her mark in the world of entertainment when she worked on the Ann Sothern musical comedy "Hooray For Love" (1935). In 1913, she made her stage debut in ''Aida'' at the Metropolitan Opera Ballet. In 1915, she was invited by theatrical producer Samuel Rothafel to dance at the Capitol Theater in shows that accompanied the films presented there." In 1935, she performed in the film "Here's to Romance." In 1939, she was the prima ballerina of the Metropolitan Opera Ballet.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Le amiche (1962) Clelia's employer
2.
 Hooray for Love (1935) Herself
3.
 Here's to Romance (1935) Rosa
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Education

Metropolitan Opera Ballet School: - 1907

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