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Ultra Rare Cesar Romero Senior High School Yearbook 1926 1966 Batman TV Joker

Ultra Rare Cesar Romero Senior High School Yearbook 1926 1966 Batman TV Joker
Ultra Rare Cesar Romero Senior High School Yearbook 1926 1966 Batman TV Joker
Ultra Rare Cesar Romero Senior High School Yearbook 1926 1966 Batman TV Joker
Ultra Rare Cesar Romero Senior High School Yearbook 1926 1966 Batman TV Joker
Ultra Rare Cesar Romero Senior High School Yearbook 1926 1966 Batman TV Joker
Ultra Rare Cesar Romero Senior High School Yearbook 1926 1966 Batman TV Joker

Ultra Rare Cesar Romero Senior High School Yearbook 1926 1966 Batman TV Joker
Cesar Romero Senior High School Yearbook 1926 1966 Batman TV Shows the Joker. Romero at his home in Los Angeles. Cesar Julio Romero Jr. January 1, 1994 (aged 86). Butch The Latin from Manhattan Cesar Julio Romero Jr. Cesar Julio Romero Cesar Romero Jr. Actor, singer, dancer, voice artist, comedian. (February 15, 1907 January 1, 1994) was an American actor, singer, dancer and vocal artist. He was active in film, radio, and television for almost 60 years. His wide range of screen roles included Latin lovers. Historical figures in costume dramas, characters in light domestic comedies, and the Joker. Television series, who was included in TV Guide’s 2013 list of The 60 Nastiest Villains of All Time. Romero as part of the deck crew aboard the USS Cavalier. Was born in New York City on February 15, 1907, the son of Cesar Julio Romero Sr. His mother was said to be the biological daughter of Cuban national hero José Martí. His father was born in Barcelona, Spain. And immigrated to the United States in 1888, where he was an expert merchant in commercial business. His mother was a concert singer. He grew up in Bradley Beach, New Jersey. And was educated at Bradley Beach Elementary School. Asbury Park High School. And the Riverdale Country Day School. Changed dramatically when his parents lost their sugar import business and suffered losses in the Stock Market Crash. Earnings allowed him to support his large family, all of whom followed him to the American West Coast. Romero lived on and off with various family members (especially his sister) for the rest of his life. On October 12, 1942, he voluntarily enlisted in the United States Coast Guard. As an apprentice seaman. And served in the Pacific Theater of Operations. He reported aboard the Coast Guard-manned assault transport USS Cavalier. According to a press release from the period, Romero saw action during the invasions of Tinian. This section does not cite. Please help improve this section. By adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Learn how and when to remove this template message. Romero in Public Enemy’s Wife. Romero with Carmen Miranda. In Week-End in Havana. At 6’3″, Romero routinely played “Latin lovers in films from the 1930s until the 1950s, usually in supporting roles. He starred as the Cisco Kid. In six westerns made between 1939 and 1941. Romero danced and performed comedy in the 20th Century Fox. Films he starred in opposite Carmen Miranda. Such as Week-End in Havana. And Springtime in the Rockies. He also played a minor role as Sinjin, a piano player in Glenn Miller. In the 1942 20th Century Fox musical Orchestra Wives. In The Thin Man. (1934), Romero played a villainous. Supporting role opposite the film’s main star William Powell. Many of Romero’s films from this early period saw him cast in small character parts. Such as Italian gangsters and East Indian princes. Romero had a lead role as the Pathan. Rebel leader, Khoda Khan, in John Ford. Era action film Wee Willie Winkie. (1937) and The Little Princess. (1939) alongside Shirley Temple. He also appeared in a comic turn as a foil for Frank Sinatra. And his crew in Ocean’s 11. Romero sometimes played the leading man. For example in Allan Dwan. S 15 Maiden Lane. (1936) opposite Claire Trevor. As well as winning the key role of the Doc Holliday. Character (with name changed to “Doc Halliday”) in Dwan’s Wyatt Earp. Along with mogul Darryl Zanuck. Personally selected Romero to co-star with Tyrone Power. Historical epic Captain from Castile. (1947), directed by Henry King. While Power played a fictionalized character, Romero played Hernán Cortés. In Spain’s conquest of the Americas. Among many television credits, Romero appeared several times on The Martha Raye Show. He portrayed Don Diego de la Vega’s uncle in a number of Season 2 Zorro. Romero in his role as the Joker. On the classic 1960s TV show Batman. In 1958, he guest-starred as Ramon Valdez, a South American businessman, who excels at dancing the Cha-Cha. How to Marry a Millionaire. In the episode entitled “The Big Order”. He performed the mambo with Gisele MacKenzie. On her NBC variety show, The Gisele MacKenzie Show. He guest-starred in 1957 on CBS. S The LucyDesi Comedy Hour. On the first episode of the seventh season (“Lucy Takes a Cruise to Havana”). He played “Don Carlos”, a card shark. On the episode, “The Honorable Don Charlie Story” of NBC’s Wagon Train. On January 16, 1958, he appeared on The Ford Show, Starring Tennessee Ernie Ford. In 1959, Romero was cast as Joaquin in the episode “Caballero” from The Texan. In 1960, he was cast as Ricky Valenti in “Crime of Passion” from Pete and Gladys. In 1965, Romero played the head of THRUSH in France in “The Never Never Affair” from The Man from U. From 1966 to 1968, he portrayed the Joker. He refused to shave his moustache for the role, and so the supervillain. S white face makeup was simply smeared over it throughout the series’ run and in the 1966 film. His guest star work in the 1970s included was a recurring role on the western comedy Alias Smith and Jones. As Señor Armendariz, a Mexican rancher. Feuding with Patrick McCreedy Burl Ives. , the owner of a ranch on the opposite side of the border. He appeared in three episodes. Romero later portrayed Peter Stavros. He also appeared in a sixth-season episode of The Golden Girls. Where he played a suitor named Tony Delvecchio for Sophia. Apart from these television roles, Romero appeared as A. Arno, a small-time criminal who continually opposes Dexter Riley played by Kurt Russell. And his schoolmates of Medfield College. In a series of films by Walt Disney Productions. Romero with actress Phyllis Brooks. Niche of Cesar Romero at Inglewood Park Cemetery. Romero never married and had no children, but made frequent appearances at Hollywood events escorting actresses, such as Joan Crawford. He was almost always described in interviews and articles as a “confirmed bachelor”. In October 1960, he appeared in the Nixon. Bumper Sticker Motorcade Campaign. On January 1, 1994, aged 86, Romero died from complications of a blood clot while being treated for bronchitis. At Saint John’s Health Center. In Santa Monica, California. His body was cremated and the ashes were interred at Inglewood Park Cemetery, Inglewood, California. (1933) as Tony Rico (first film role). (1934) as Chris Jorgenson. (1934) as Tito Del Val. (1934) as Tom Palmer. (1935) as Mir Jaffar. A Dream Comes True (1935) as Himself (uncredited). (1935) as Andre de Pons. The Devil Is a Woman. (1935) as Antonio Galvan. (1935) as Gigolo Georgie. (1935) as Jerry Richardson. (1935) as Niki Baroni. Show Them No Mercy! (1936) as Bill Wadsworth. (1936) as Dizzy Rantz. Public Enemy’s Wife. (1936) as Gene Maroc. (1937) as Khoda Khan. (1937) as Victor Morell. Ali Baba Goes to Town. (1937) as Himself (at Fictional Premiere) (uncredited). (1938) as Duke Sargent. (1938) as Count Giovanni’Gino’ Corini. (1938) as George Cabot Jr. Five of a Kind. (1938) as Duke Lester. Wife, Husband and Friend. (1939) as Ram Dass. The Return of the Cisco Kid. (1939) as Doc Halliday. Charlie Chan at Treasure Island. The Cisco Kid and the Lady. (1939) as Cisco Kid. Hollywood Hobbies (1939) as Himself (uncredited). He Married His Wife. (1940) as Cisco Kid. Romance of the Rio Grande. (1941) as Cisco Kid / Real and fake Carlos Hernandez. Tall, Dark and Handsome. (1941) as Cisco Kid. The Great American Broadcast. (1941) as Bruce Chadwick. (1941) as Duke McKay. (1941) as Monte Blanca. A Gentleman at Heart. (1942) as Tony Miller. (1942) as Harry Wilson. Springtime in the Rockies. (1942) as Victor Prince. (1942) as Joe Rocco. (1943) as Brad Barton. Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Victory Show (1946) as Himself. Carnival in Costa Rica. (1947) as Pepe Castro. (1947) as Hernán Cortéz. That Lady in Ermine. (1948) as Joe Sanger. (1948) as Fred Ghenoccio. (1948) as Count Mario. The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend. (1949) as Blackie Jobero. Screen Snapshots: Motion Picture Mothers, Inc. (1950) as Pretty Willie Wetzchahofsky. (1950) as Mitch Moore. (1951) as John Frost. (1951) as Major Joe Nolan. (1951) as FBI Agent Glen Stedman. (1952) as Rama Singh. Lady in the Fog. (aka Scotland Yard Inspector) (1952) as Philip’Phil’ O’Dell. The Sword of Granada. (1953) as Don Pedro de Rivera. (aka Shadow Man) (1953) as Luigi. Prisoners of the Casbah. (1954) as Marquis Henri de Labordere. A Star Is Born World Premiere (1954, TV Short) as Himself. (1955) as Manuel Silvera / “El Gato” / Etc. (1955) as Carlos Chavez. (1956) as Tony Lorenzo. Around the World in 80 Days. (1956) as Abdullah’s henchman. The Story of Mankind. (1957) as Spanish Envoy. (1958) as Tomás Lopez. My Private Secretaries (1959) as Rafael Travesi. (1960) as Duke Santos. Seven Women from Hell. (1961) as Luis Hullman. The Runaway (1961) as Father Dugan. If a Man Answers. (1962) as Robert Swan / Adam Wright. (1963) as Carlos Rodriguez. (1963) as Marquis Andre de Lage. A House Is Not a Home. (1964) as Lucky Luciano. Two on a Guillotine. (1965) as John Harley’Duke’ Duquesne. (1965) as Admiral Stoneham. Marriage on the Rocks. (1965) as Miguel Santos. (1966) as The Joker. (1968) as Mike Madigan. (1969) as Nick Marco. (1969) as Carlo Dodero. The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes. A Talent for Loving. (1969) as Don Jose. The Red, White, and Black (1970) as Col. The Grand Opening of Walt Disney World TV Movie documentary (1971) as Himself. Once Upon a Wheel. The Last Generation (1971) (archive footage). The Proud and the Damned. (1972) as San Carlos’ Mayor. Now You See Him, Now You Don’t. The Spectre of Edgar Allan Poe (1974) as Dr. The Haunted Mouth (1974) as B. The Strongest Man in the World. (1975) as Greedy sawmill mogul. (1976) as Don Rosalindo Y Guana. Mission to Glory: A True Story (1977) as Admiral Atondo. Lust in the Dust. (1985) as Father Garcia. Carmen Miranda: Bananas is My Business. The Right Way (1998) as Mr. Peretti (final film role). The Ed Wynn Show. Episode Episode #1.31 Himself (1950). 31 episodes Steve McQuinn (19541958). The Red Skelton Hour. 12 episodes Various (19561970). Episode The Beach Pounders Host (1957). The Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Show. Episode The Honorable Don Charlie Story Hon Don’Charlie’ Carlos de Fuentes (1958). Episode Caballero Captain Joaquin Acosta (1959). 4 episodes Esteban de la Cruz (1959). 4 episodes Various (19591965). Episode A Time to Run Manolo Lalanda (1960). In episode “Counterfeit”, never aired on NBC. Episode The Big Gun Colonel Francisco Martinez (1961). Episode “The Child Woman” Big Tim Sloan (1962). Episode Episode #1.14 Himself (1963). The Mike Douglas Show. 3 episodes Himself (19641970). The Man from U. Episode The Never-Never Affair Victor Gervais (1965). Episode The Mission: Part 2 Gen. Episode The Deadliest Game Guido Borelli (1965). Episode Did Your Mother Come from Ireland, Ben Casey? Episode Gabriel Esteban de Vaca (1966). 22 episodes The Joker (19661968). Episode Bitter Mission Colonel Carlos Navarro (1967). Episode The Reluctant Redhead Kinsey Krispen (1968). Episode A Date for Lucy Tony Rivera (1969). Episode The Grand Alliance Buenaventura (1969). 4 episodes Bunny Henderson / Bernard Henderson (1970). Episode Salem, Here We Come Ernest Hitchcock (1970). It Takes a Thief. Episode Beyond a Treasonable Doubt Mike (1970). The Jimmy Stewart Show. Episode A Hunch in Time Harris Crofton (1971). Episode Love and the Duel/Love and the Note/Love and the Young Unmarrieds (segment “Love and the Duel”) (1971). Nanny and the Professor. Mooch Goes to Hollywood. The Merv Griffin Show. Episode Episode dated 16 November 1971 Himself (1971). Alias Smith and Jones. Episodes The McCreedy Bust, The McCreedy Bust: Going, Going, Gone, & The McCreedy Feud Armendariz (19711972). Episode The Connection Frank Barton (1972). Episode A Bone of Much Contention Admiral Decker (1972). Episode The Lost Cotillion Tony Hudson (1974). Episode The Vanishing Chalice Marius Avantalu (1974). Episode Episode #1.24 Himself (1974). Episode The Adventure of the Wary Witness Armand Danello (1976). Chico and the Man. Episode Lost Women Christopher Vincente (1978). Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. Episode Vegas in Space Amos Armat (1979). Episode Pentagram/Casting Director/A Little Ball Sheikh Hameel Habib (1979). Episode Dancin’ Angels Elton Mills (1980). Episode Loving Strangers/Something Borrowed, Something Blue (1981) as Maestro Roger Alexander. Episode The Butler’s Affair/Roarke’s Sacrifice (1983) as Edmond Rome. Episode Chamber of Lost Harts (1983) as Dr. Episode The Tallowed Image/Room and Bard (1983) as Mr. Episode Little Games (1985) as Doc Villoroch. Episode Paint Me a Murder (1985) as Diego Santana. 2 episodes (1985) as Himself. 51 episodes (19851988) as Peter Stavros. The Tracey Ullman Show. Episode Girls Just Wanna Have Fun… Before They Die (1990) as Tony Delveccio. Episode Murder in Milan (1992) as Marcello Abruzzi (final television appearance). Romero received an honorary mention on the popular television series MASH 4077. In Season 4 Episode 2 (Change of Command). Wally Cleaver grew a mustache on Leave it to Beaver and The Beaver joked that he was no Cesar Romero. A fictional Romero dressed as the Joker was a correspondent on the Australian satire news show Newstopia. The character of Romero was played by Shaun Micallef. Item ships after Paid in Full. The item “Ultra Rare Cesar Romero Senior High School Yearbook 1926 1966 Batman TV Joker” is in sale since Sunday, June 20, 2021. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Television Memorabilia\Other Television Memorabilia”. 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Ultra Rare Cesar Romero Senior High School Yearbook 1926 1966 Batman TV Joker