Pioneer, Feminist, Proud Mexican: Katy Jurado Changed Hollywood In The 1950s
Her parents’ holdings were confiscated during the Mexican Revolution, and the parental power mostly laid in Jurado’s abuelita.
Think of her as the Silver Screen Veronica Lodge. Katy Jurado was so set on pursuing her career, that she ended up working as a movie columnist and bullfight critic to support herself.
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