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“People come and go in our lives. Its very important to spend time with those around you that matter the most”..–Rudolph Valentino

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1 Mar 1926 – Natacha to abandon Role

Natacha Rambova is about to abandon the dramatic sketch, “The Purple Vial”
in which she has been appearing, and instead makes her debut as a dancer in
an elaborate act which will almost certainly turn out to be a divertissement at the Palace this spring.

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8 Feb 1926 – Natacha Rambova on Broadway

Lewis and Gordon announce the Broadway premiere in a speaking role of Natacha Rambova (Mrs. Rudolph Valentino) in “The Purple Vial” at the Palace Theater, Monday afternoon, Feb. 8. Miss Rambova will play an exciting dramatic role In a one-act play by Andrew De Lorde. It is expected that many film celebrities will attend the initial performance.

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1925 – Valentinos ticket

Rudolph Valentino, screen actor who has been caught speeding before may have a jail sentence meted out when he answers a charge of speeding before Justice Marchettl next Tuesday. Valentino is charged with driving 38 miles an hour along Santa Monica Boulevard, a 20 mile limit zone. Justice Marchettl has recently declared war upon speeders and has meted out many Jail sentences.

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1 Sep 1925 – Norm Kerry Owes Chicago Tailor

Edward Schmidt, a local tailor, has brought suit against Norman Kerry, screen actor and friend to Rudolph Valentino for $366.36. He charges that Kerry owes him this money for four years for clothes he made for him and refuses to pay it.

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“You can measure cloth by the foot but can’t measure art that way”. -Rudolph Valentino, 1923 Illustrated World Article

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1925 rv signs pledge

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“She gave this reason as to why Valentino married her: “I honestly believe that Rudolph would have married then any woman with an automobile.”-Jean Acker, former wife of Rudolph Valentino
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“On her second encounter with Valentino at a party: “The first question he asked was, `Do you care to dance?` I decided to sit it out with him under a California moon.”-Jean Acker, Former Wife of Rudolph Valentino

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