After his death in a tragedy in in Colombia, he has become a true myth. Carlos Gardel was 44 years old and at the top of his career, he was charming, sexy and loved by the entire world: the most important tango singer of any times. Seventy years after his death, different stories and legends are still haunting this exceptional character.
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Her private life was as dramatic as her stage presence, and she piqued the interest of personalities as diverse as Marlene Dietrich, Carlos Gardel and Adolf Hitler. Under the name Petit Imperio, she first appeared on stage at the Comedia theatre in Buenos Aires, aged six or seven she claimed she was four. Her success was immediate, and Rey became her mentor and husband.
They say that when Carlos Gardel went into any bar in Buenos Aires province, it took him about two weeks to make friends in the place. Once he gained their confidence, he would often brag that one of his uncles had left him a huge inheritance, while lamenting that he had no money to file a claim to it. If anyone doubted his word, he would show them documents that purportedly supported his story, and frequently he found people who willing to offer to help el pibe Carlitos.
On first glance, this working and middle-class neighborhood seems to offer little of interest to tourists. However, it's steeped in Buenos Aires history. This is where tango crooner Carlos Gardel grew up and lived as an adult.
A nation that lacks legends, said a poet, is condemned to freeze to death. It is arguably possible. But the populace that lacks myths would be dead already.
She built a career encompassing theatre, television and radio. Along the way she forged friendships — which in some cases may have gone beyond the platonic — with Adolf Hitler, Marlene Dietrich and the Argentine tango singer Carlos Gardel. She later lied about this, claiming to have been two years younger. Get The International Pack for free for your first 30 days for unlimited Smartphone and Tablet access.