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Monument to La Violetera at Jardines de Las Vistillas (a park) in Madrid (Spain) is made by sculptor Santiago de Santiago and was inaugurated in 1991. La Violetera is a famous song by José Padilla Sánchez (1889–1960).
Sara Montiel, Spanish singer, achieved the status of mega-star in Europe and Latin America. She was the first woman to distill sex openly in Spanish cinema at a time when even a low cut dress was not acceptable. Montiel was the most commercially successful Spanish actress during the mid twentieth century in much of the world. Miss Montiel's film "Varietes" was banned in Beijing in 1973. Her films "El Último Cuple" and "La Violetera" netted the highest gross revenues ever recorded for films made in the Spanish speaking movie industry during the 50s and 60s. She also played the role of Antonia, the niece of Don Quixote, in the 1947 Spanish film version of Cervantes's great novel.
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