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Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, Nov. 4, 1940





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Nov. 4, 1940: Friends who accompanied Dolores Del Rio to the station when she left for Mexico City the other day are chuckling about a last-minute chat between the star and her press agent, Jimmie Fidler says. 

"Now please," urged the p.a. "if there is a crowd at the train to meet you and photographers want to make pictures, take time out for them."


"I know there will be a crowd at the station," answered Dolores quite seriously, "because my 400 cousins always meet me!"





 
  Nov. 4, 1940, Jimmie Fidler  

 
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