translated from Spanish: What happened to Blanquila, actress of the film The Illiterate

Mexico.  “El Analfabeto” is a Mexican film that in 1961 conquered the whole of Mexico with the performances of Mario Moreno “Cantinflas” and Lilia Prado.Produced by Estudios Churubusco and directed by Miguel M. Delgado, it also had the performances of Sara García, Ángel Garasa, Miguel Manzano and Óscar Ortiz de Pinedo.Se it is a comedy in which as a couple “Cantinflas” and Lilia Prado stand out, whose characters are Inocencio Prieto y Calvo and “Blanquila”, and with their work they reached the hearts of the public. The memory of both actors remains in the memory of the people who were able to enjoy their performances in this unforgettable film and in which they did individually. Lilia Prado, interpreter of Blanca Morales (“Blanquila”), in “El Analfabeto”, was originally from Sahuayo, Michoacán, Mexico, and unfortunately died on May 22, 2006 due to kidney failure at the age of 78, according to her biography. Photo: Twitter @Filmoteca UNAM His artistic career began very young, after participating in a beauty pageant and his debut on the big screen was in the film La barca de oro, (1947) directed by Joaquín Pardavé, along with Pedro Infante and René Cardona.They were followed by others such as Tania, the beautiful savage, Angel or demon and The kingdom of gangsters, with which she had great success and immediate recognition as an actress. Lilia Prado remained current and working practically throughout her life, and especially between the decades of the 40s, 50s and 60s, she managed to stand out in Mexican Cinema.Las mujeres de mi general, Crimen y castigo, El gavilán pollero, Ando volando bajo are some of the many films that are part of the outstanding career that the actress had in the cinema. Towards the end of the eighties he intervened in others such as Las amantes del señor de la noche, La puerta negra and Tres veces mojado, and the world of telenovelas and theater were also an important part of his professional life in Mexico.Regarding his private life it is known that Prado married the bullfighter Gabriel España, whose marriage lasted only two months and she confessed on occasion that she was only in love with one man, this being the pianist and composer Juan García Esquivel, who died in 2002.Lilia never had children, but in her youth she was pregnant and an illness caused her abortion and after that she could not conceive. This great actress suffered from problems in her feet, so in her last days of her life she had to walk with a walker. Read more: Mimí Derba, the Mexican who scandalized in 1915 for wearing mallones in the theater and achieved fame as an actressLilia Prado was buried in the Garden Pantheon located in Mexico City, in the crypt of her mother María Luisa Prado. Live press trailer to taxi driver during escape attempt by crash in Iztacalco

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